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Researchers at the University of Nevada are using shake tables to simulate an earthquake.  The experiment comes after two years of research and construction of... [Read More]
Three months after Ron Gardner was hired as the city's affirmative action officer, Schenectady held its inaugural minority and women owned business networking social at... [Read More]
2017 is shaping up to be one of Nevada's worst fire seasons.  According to the Great Basin Coordination Center 1,220,560 acres have burned in the... [Read More]
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The Reno City Council says there will not be any new construction of billboards within its city limits, unanimously approving the ordinance.  182 billboards are... [Read More]
The Reno Police Department is remembering Robert Bradshaw as a man of great character and conviction, who insisted on accountability and professionalism.  The former Chief... [Read More]
Summer wasn't quite ready to give up its grasp on the Bemidji area with temperatures reaching the 80s again this past week, maybe for the... [Read More]
September is Hunger Action Month, when a network of 200 American food banks work together to raise awareness about the need of food and money... [Read More]
Glenville As Brian Skinner charged at them wielding a kitchen knife with an 8-inch blade, the six police officers strategically positioned in front of his... [Read More]
The Wolf Pack's football season starts Saturday, with Nevada making the trip to Northwestern. We caught up with some Pack fans who traveled to the... [Read More]
Prosecutors want DNA samples from the alleged hit man and his buddy from Delaware accused of driving him to Schenectady to carry out a contract... [Read More]
September is here, with one last big weekend of summer before the unofficial beginning of fall in the Bemidji area. A warm weekend would have... [Read More]
The 29th Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off started Wednesday morning, featuring 22 rib cookers from around the country. ... [Read More]
Many people might think of California's Central Valley as a major hub for our fruits and vegetables, but Yerington is expanding its foothold in the... [Read More]
The USA Parkway project opens next week, with just a few details left to go before the 12-mile extension is finished. ... [Read More]
When Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval first took office in early 2011, it was a bleak time for the Silver State. As the recession was wreaking... [Read More]
Once again, Gardnerville is the host city of the Basque Fry, with 3,000 Nevadans from 17 counties coming to the republican event.  The fundraiser started... [Read More]
The Village South is officially open, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Friday morning.  160 units are already under lease, and the rest are expected to be... [Read More]
August is almost done, with fall just around the corner. Most resorts and other businesses involved in tourism consider Labor Day Weekend the end of... [Read More]
The House of Representatives is working on an infrastructure bill that could determine projects for roads, bridges and schools, but another critical component of the... [Read More]