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Mixed Martial Artists paint the canvas red in Reno.
By Brad Bynum
This article was published on 09.12.13
Court sorts out speech and violence issues.
By Dennis Myers
A Sparks company offers car loans so people can attend a pagan festival.
Award winning film on transgender people planned.
Nevadans on unemployment see checks drop from $309 to $127.
State programs for medical use get funding.
Iraq is still costing taxpayers.
Harry Reid talks about books and music.
Sandoval-driven school changes should be reformed.
Just let me get the hell out of here.
By D. Brian Burghart
Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Well, unless it's just slow, then it's only right when time laps it. Or digital. Broken digital clocks are never right, either.
By Sheila Leslie
Going to war is not for yahoos.
By Bruce Van Dyke
A new theater space is opening on West Dickerson.
By Ashley Hennefer
So far, 2013 has been a bad year for movies. Hopefully the fall crop will be better.
By Bob Grimm
Vin Diesel talks to a dog.
Local fest shows music videos created by a variety of local artists.
By Laura Davis
This cupcake joint might conjure up childhood memories.
By Dave Preston
The planned road conversion project on Keystone Avenue from Coleman Drive to University Terrace has been delayed until further notice by the Reno City Council.
By Sage Leehey
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