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Poor air quality from wildfires affects athletes of all kinds.
By Adria Barich, and Hiley Dobbs
This article was published on 01.03.19
Democrats risk that it won’t happen again.
By Dennis Myers
Dive bars are the unsung heroes of the South Lake Tahoe drinking scene.
By Terra Breeden
The Violence Against Women Act expired at midnight on Dec.31.
Attorney General-elect Aaron Ford said last week he will implement the 2016 ballot measure that his predecessor Adam Laxalt did not.
A Las Vegas appearance by Donald Trump in the early weeks of his presidential candidacy is coming back into public attention.
The 1915 Lund Grade School House has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Howard Rosenberg is at liberty.
Everywhere, there are indications of growing political power for women, but ideologues are determined to curb their rights.
The 80th session of the Nevada Legislature will convene on Feb. 4, just about a month from now.
By Jeri Davis
Don’t say it HAS to be better.
By Sheila Leslie
Pie in your eye.
By Bruce Van Dyke
He inspired countless art students and artists across the region.
By Tamara scronce
The latest DC effort is middling fun for about 20 minutes before it becomes one of the worst films of 2018.
By Bob Grimm
Emily Blunt gives us a practically perfect variation on the infamous nanny Julie Andrews played more than half a century ago.
Under the Radar is a blues/jazz instrumental group from North Lake Tahoe.
By Matt Bieker
Juicy’s Giant Hamburgers has a new-ish South Reno satellite of its Wells Avenue shop.
By Todd South
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