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How Fatal Encounters affect officers forced to kill in the line of duty.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 08.28.14
Steven Ing is a psychologist who works with law enforcement. His father was also killed by police.
D. Brian Burghart
Kenny Stafford was an Iraq veteran with PTSD who had a fatal encounter with law enforcement.
A suspicion lingers about school superintendent's troubles.
By Dennis Myers
Reno High School held an all-class reunion.
California has handed out more water than it contains.
Personal Finance website finds Nevada education failing.
GOP meme about “firing” Reid gives him fund raising ammo.
UNR is helping develop a wine industry in a very dry state.
How Reno/Sparks television news got so bad.
Now, if only my face would come back.
Sometimes reformers are talking about change for the worse.
By Sheila Leslie
Can the day of school reform fatigue be upon us?
By Brendan Trainor
Bruce visits Belize.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Robotronia vs. Intruder Alert! is a small survey of robot-themed collaborations dating back to 1990.
By Brad Bynum
Building a ’tiny house' is no small feat.
By Georgia Fisher
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For seems like cobbled together outtakes from the 10-year-old first movie.
By Bob Grimm
Dusty Miles and the Cryin' Shame play traditional Americana, and that can meet a lot different things.
By Fil Corbitt
PlumpJack Café sports an intriguing menu in the iconic Squaw Valley, with all its magnificence and grandeur.
By Dave Preston
High Desert Montessori School now has a new 210-kilowatt solar array installed by Black Rock Solar.
By Sage Leehey
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