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Showing Articles Tagged With: reno
For the first time, emergency management agencies in northern Nevada will be sharing information and looking for patterns that might indicate service problems.
The State of the City of Reno is better than it's been in years, but the Reno City Manager says there are still dark spots and deep needs.
The combination of burgeoning back yard gardens, the drought and a warmer than usual spring is increasing the chance of encounters between bears and people.
UPDATED: For the past two days in a row, Reno has logged record high temperatures.
For the first time the City of Reno is soliciting donations to buy public art.
For the first time in 20 years, water managers in the Reno area say they'll use water reserves to meet demand.
Two have emerged from a crowded field of candidates in the race to be the next Reno mayor.
Congress has approved a $446 million flood project for the Reno area, but it's unclear where the funding for it will come from.
(AP) -- Fire officials say a wildfire burning near Reno is close to being fully contained.
UPDATE: The fire burning in the Mount Rose Wilderness Area near Reno has burned 760 acres, as of 5:25 p.m.
The City of Reno has a plan to pay off debt, nearly double it’s reserves and save jobs.
A shortage of homes for sale around Lake Tahoe, Truckee, Reno and Sparks is pushing up prices by double and even triple digits.
People who voted in a nationwide contest decided that the Downtown Reno Library has the coolest interior in the competition.
The City of Reno will be laying off laying off firefighters after losing millions in federal grant funding.
The Reno City Council has eliminated permit fees for artists, allowing them to perform and sell merchandise in public places and at special events.
(AP) -- A Reno-based nonprofit organization plans to grow hops in Nevada's high desert climate.
UPDATE: In a 6-to-1 vote, City Council approved the proposed Catalyst Fund Reimbursement Agreement between the City of Reno, the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada and Garlock Printing.
The first life-sized skeletal replica of ancient fish-lizard has been installed in a Reno museum. The Discovery Museum in Reno is the new permanent home of the first-known skeletal replica of an ancient fish-like lizard.
The filing period for the race for Mayor in Reno officially opened Monday. More candidates than expected are already in the race.
The Lake Tahoe area has just recorded its wettest February in 14 years, according to the National Weather Service in Reno. But winter precipitation is still just above half of normal.
Gambling with debit cards is now a reality in Nevada and will soon be in California.
New data show significant achievement gaps among students in Reno and administrators are trying to start a public conversation to solve the problem.
A ruling by the Nevada Supreme Court has excluded some well-known politicians from running for Mayor of Reno.
The Great Basin Community Food Co-op in Reno is one of the fastest-growing co-ops in the nation.
Wait times at the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles in Reno have doubled since the first of the year. There are a number of reasons for the long waits, but a new program could help customers deal with the delays.
The federal government is putting some pieces in place so that people on public assistance can buy food at farmers' markets.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport hopes to increase the number of arriving flights with an incentive plan that would include more money from businesses.
A swarm of more than 100 earthquakes over the past ten days is raising concern among emergency managers in the Reno area.
A group of teachers in the Washoe County School District has developed a new way to display student test data and show it to parents, teachers and students. Teachers are making changes because they now understand the data better.
Reno hotels have posted their best year in six years but tourism authorities say they are still not charging enough.
Reno Mountain Sports is closing after 40 years in business. Lack of snow over the past three years in the Tahoe area is part of the reason
(AP) -- Recently released 911 tapes paint a scene of panic and terror at a Nevada medical office where dozens of callers hid in bathrooms and exam rooms from a suicidal gunman who killed one doctor and shot another.
(AP) -- Authorities say the suspect in a deadly Reno hospital shooting that killed one doctor and himself, left a suicide not claiming he had botched surgery three years ago.
The investigation continued Wednesday into what led to the deadly shooting at a medical center in Reno. Police believe there was a connection between the gunman and the urology office he targeted.
(UPDATE 5:30 P.M.) Reno Police are reporting two people have died in a shooting today at a Reno medical campus and two are wounded. A lone gunman opened fire around 2:45 p.m. Tuesday and then took his own life.
A commercial real estate developer is making a big bet on northern Nevada and its business future.
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