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Bob Coache, a retired Nevada water official spent 16 months in prison and eventually prevailed in a multi-year criminal case brought against him.
By Bob Conrad
This article was published on 03.05.20
The University of Nevada, Reno, has settled its housing situation for the 2020-2021 academic year.
By Temi Durojaiye
Skate Jam 7 happened at Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor over the weekend.
There are a ton of books about cannabis to amuse and inform you.
By Jeri Davis
On March 2, Nevada kicked off a two-week filing period for candidates who are seeking election and reelection to appear on the ballot.
Jason Liu is a 17-year-old high school senior whose work has been recognized by this year’s Regeneron Science Talent Search.
By Matt Bieker
Sabra Newby brought stability to the role after her predecessor’s scandal-laden tenure.
This current Tuesday, as I’m writing this and we’re finishing up the paper, is not a regular Tuesday. It is, in fact that lamest of all superheroes: Super Tuesday.
By Brad Bynum
Who are these people who say they don’t recognize their political party but yet refuse to leave it?
By Sheila Leslie
Bruce wants to know if Bernie fans will suck it up if he doesn’t get the nomination.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Insomnia Cookies serves up late night snacks in-store and for delivery.
By Kirk Geller
Limiting kids’ screen time.
The ever-reliable pairing of director Michael Winterbottom and actor Steve Coogan hits a speed bump with, perhaps, the weakest movie the duo have ever produced.
By Bob Grimm
A grumpy, growly Harrison Ford stars alongside a CGI dog in this latest cinematic take on Jack London’s classic.
Kat Heart turned to music to help her heal.
Bab Cafe in south Reno has rebranded as Bab x Chicken, replacing its bowls with “reinvented Korean street food.”
By Todd South
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