Donor Network West Welcomes New Executive Leadership Team MembersDonor Network West, the federally designated organ procurement organization for Northern California and Northern Nevada, welcomes four new members to its executive leadership team to further its mission to save and heal lives through organ and tissue donation for transplantation.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
PODCAST: Kings of Reno discuss disorder in Douglas County and Kamala HarrisThe Kings of Reno chat with Washoe Dems leader Edward Coleman, and talk racism in Douglas County and Kamala Harris for VP.This Is Reno Shared .
Nevada County police blotter: Census taker reports man gave her ‘noogie'Grass Valley Police a.m. — A man from South School Street reported his tires were slashed the day before.8:38 a.m.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Help available for mental health during pandemicWhile much of the media attention about COVID-19 has focused on prevention of transmission of the virus, less has been said about mental health issues caused by the pandemic.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Library announces new book club celebrating cultureThe Grass Valley Library has announced a book club, Diverse Perspectives, which will have its first meeting on September 1.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Make way for ducklingsDucklings rest by the waterâs edge at Englebright Reservoir. Submitted by Annita Kasparian.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Mary West: Exploring Monkey RockThe famed Monkey Rock that overlooks Lake Tahoe from East Lake is off Tunnel Road in the Spooner Backcountry, part of Lake Tahoe Nevada State Parks.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Denis Peirce: The dog days of summerFor trout anglers mid-August can be the toughest time of year. The days are still long and the water temps are at the max.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Al Stahler: Energy a give and takeEnergy from the sun pulls water up from the tropics â pulls water both up into the air, and up towards the north.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Candlelighters Superhero 5K Goes Virtual to Support Kids Battling CancerChildren battling cancer and their families not only deal with the physical effects of the disease, but also with issues surrounding treatment, emotional impact, financial considerations and potential out-of-state travel.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Carson City emergency crews respond to CHS for incident involving vehicle and driverCarson City Fire Department and sheriff's deputies were called Thursday afternoon to Carson High School for an incident involving a vehicle and the vehicle's driver.Carson Now Shared .
Trove of Ice Age fossils found in Carson City backyard now at Las Vegas Natural History MuseumTom Gordon of Carson City, Nev. was digging a trench for a water line in his backyard when he began to find bones that turned out to be the remains of Ice Age herbivores.Carson Now Shared .
UNLV School of Medicine's Pediatric Department to Lead Medical Programs at Silver State PediatricLAS VEGAS â Daniel Mathis, CEO of PureCare Living, a Las Vegas-based health care management company, announced the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Comment period on new draft plan for Anaconda mine in Lyon County begins Aug. 20On August 20, 2020, the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection's Bureau of Corrective Actions will be opening the public comment period for its Draft Proposed Plan: Operable Unit 8.Carson Now Shared .
David Brose: Businesses: follow health guidelines or lose businessFrom a customer's point of view; it's been months since we've been able to go freely to our local restaurants, but like many I do listen to the health experts and remain skeptical of being too free too fast.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Bruce Warden: Taking customers' health seriouslyThe defiance of public health mandates by some of the restaurants in our local community has concerned me.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Don Rogers: And you think I'm out thereMaybe the best way to deal with today is to think more about tomorrow. This moment is so overheated, unhinged.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Paul Stackhouse: Wear your mask for our elders, teachers, relatives and businessesI am saddened and disgusted by the white president in his white house executing his white policies that continue to divide us further from each other.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Tracy Pepper: We are better than this? Are we?It is past time to address racial issues in this County. I have heard time and time again: "there are no racially-motivated incidents in Nevada County." Many of us know this to be a lie, and we've tried to tell you as much.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Brass Cap Development Makes Cutting Edge Progress on the Valley's Latest Industrial ComplexLAS VEGAS â Brass Cap Development, a local industrial development firm, announced its latest warehouse project, Brass Diablo, is making impressive progress as LM Construction lifted the walls of the +/ - 25,277 square foot warehouse in one workday with the use of the Tilt Insulating Panel System manufactured by Innovative Structural Solutions.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
More than 1,000 dead from COVID-19 in NevadaIt was announced today that there have been 1,000 deaths from the coronavirus disease in Nevada since it first appeared in March.This Is Reno Shared .
Calliope hummingbird spotted at Carson City feederThis is the smallest bird in North America, measuring about 3 inches long and weighing about one-tenth of an ounce.Carson Now Shared .
Legacy Traditional Schools Welcomes New Principal at North Valley CampusNORTH LAS VEGAS â Legacy Traditional Schools, a public, tuition-free network of K-8 charter schools, announced Candida Wadsworth as principal of the North Valley campus.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Report: Reno area apartment rents rising more slowly amid pandemic and building boomRENO — A report released this week by the Nevada State Apartment Association shows local apartment rents growing at a slower rate during the second quarter of 2020.Carson Now Shared .
RTC offering deals and tips for Summer Heat CampaignLAS VEGAS — The RTC is taking steps to help keep riders safe from dangerous heat conditions with a brand new approach to the annual Summer Heat Campaign.KTNV Shared .
Nevada Newsmakers Thu, Aug 13 2020Guests: Pat Mulroy, Senior Fellow at Brookings Mountain West.Nevada NewsMakers Audio Podcast Shared .
13 MVP: Alex Ellsworth teaching business basics to peers during pandemicAs a sophomore at West Career and Technical Academy, Alex Ellsworth recently started the Las Vegas chapter of "Elevate the Future," a student-run, global nonprofit providing their peers with business and computer skills.KTNV Shared .
Good Samaritans rescue 4-year-old girl from fatal crash on I-15Good Samaritans rescued a 4-year-old girl after a crash shortly after 11 a.m. on the Interstate 15 northbound ramp to US-95 in the Spaghetti Bowl.KTNV Shared .
NV Energy delivering new appliances to eligible customersNV Energy has added Qualified Appliance Replacement to its list of PowerShift products and services that help customers save energy and money.KTNV Shared .
American Airlines passenger headed to Las Vegas accused of striking gate agent over maskLAS VEGAS — A passenger on America Airlines has been accused of striking a gate agent in Phoenix, Arizona.KTNV Shared .
City of Henderson hosting free outdoor movie eventHenderson residents are invited to enjoy an evening out social distancing with friends and family at the City of Henderson's free outdoor movie event, Reels on Wheels.KTNV Shared .
When Black Athletes Perform In White Cities, The Locker Room Is Their Safe SpaceStudent-athletes of color chasing the dream to play at the college level are faced with the harsh reality that most college towns are in predominantly white cities, like Reno.KUNR Public Radio Shared .
Las Vegas couple indicted in suspected DUI crash that killed baby sonProsecutors say a mother who drove drunk in a high-speed crash that left her infant son dead also had cocaine in her system.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Raiders have the necessary pieces to the defensive puzzleThree years into the Raiders' roster overhaul, it looks like they finally have the necessary pieces to field an effective defense.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Las Vegas music teacher asks for community's helpThis means every student needs a guitar at home. Kleemann is asking for any instruments that don't get used anymore.KTNV Shared .
Latest World and National News and HeadlinesThe Nation's Newspaper provides you with up-to-date coverage of US and international news, weather, entertainment, finance, and more.Usatoday Shared .
Military service conducted for WWII pilotLowell Twedt was returned to his family and received full military honors at the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery.This Is Reno Shared .
NHP investigating fatal crash on I-15, US 95 ramp in Las VegasThe Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a fiery, fatal two-vehicle crash in central Las Vegas that also involved the rescue of a child from a burning vehicle.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Transient arrested after physical confrontation with Back the Blue demonstrators in Grass ValleyA homeless man who made headlines after allegations he vandalized the Grass Valley Police Department two weeks ago is back in custody after an altercation with Back the Blue demonstrators Wednesday night, authorities said.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Sierra Nevada Corporation Reveals 2 New Satellite PlatformsSierra Nevada Corporation revealed two two new satellite platforms: the SN-200M satellite bus designed for Medium-Earth Orbit and the SN-1000.Via Satellite Shared .
Around 2,000 Carson City students will be distance learning this year due to COVID-19In July, the Carson City School District decided that a hybrid plan for Carson City students was the safest route to keep down the number of COVID-19 cases, allowing children to attend only two days a week and distance learn three days a week.Carson Now Shared .
Nevada sees record 34 COVID-19 deaths as case numbers remain downThe fatalities surpassed the 29 reported on July 31 and on Friday to set a mark for the biggest single-day increase in the death toll since the outbreak began.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Search for missing Lake Tahoe boater now a recovery effortGLENBROOK — The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended a search at Lake Tahoe for a New Jersey man who sent missing during a boating trip over the weekend.KTNV Shared .
Woman charged with fraudulently applying for over $1M in coronavirus-relief fundsA Las Vegas woman has been charged by federal authorities with fraudulently seeking more than $1 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Reno agrees to settle wrongful conviction lawsuit for $3MRENO — A woman who spent 35 years in prison for a murder she didn't commit before she was exonerated by DNA evidence will receive $3 million under a settlement approved by the Reno City Council.KTNV Shared .
Gov. Steve Sisolak issues statement on Nevada surpassing 1K COVID-19 deathsToday, it is with great sadness that we must recognize that Nevada's COVID death toll has reached 1,000.The grief felt by the deaths of each of these Nevadans that has succumbed to this virus has been devastating to so many across our State, and the First Lady and I extend our deepest condolences to the families and friends of all those who have...KTNV Shared .
Search called off for missing boater on Lake TahoeThe search for a 29-year-old New Jersey man who went missing during a boating trip Sunday on Lake Tahoe has been suspended by the US Coast Guard Station on Tahoe.Carson Now Shared .
Nevada passes 1,000 deaths in COVID-19 outbreakNevada has passed 1,000 total deaths in connection with the COVID-19 outbreak, according to new state figures released Thursday.KSNV Shared .
Worker injured following boom lift incident at Allegiant StadiumThe worker was carrying out touch-up work on the exterior of the substantially completed stadium when the injury occurred, according to the joint venture building the stadium.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
5 Las Vegas men accused in credit card skimming ring at gas stationsThe quintet allegedly used skimming devices on gas pumps in Nevada and Southern California to steal credit and debit card information from motorists, federal authorities said.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Pedestrian skyway for UNR approved, scheduled to open March '22A special use permit to construct a covered, open-air pedestrian skyway on the UNR campus was approved Wednesday by City Council members.This Is Reno Shared .
Henderson Police release bodycam video of Aug. 1 shootingHENDERSON — Henderson police released more details about an Aug. 1 shooting that involved officers and a man with a knife that occurred in the 400 block of Box Elder Way.KTNV Shared .
'No justice, no Derby': Activists in Louisville call for cancellation of Kentucky Derby amid Breonna Taylor's deathActivists in Louisville are calling for the cancellation of the 2020 Kentucky Derby due to increased racial tensions.KTNV Shared .
Trump's order for $400 unemployment aid complicatedSwap the $600 check with a $400 one - simple, right? Not really. A close look at the president's executive order on unemployment reveals that it's a lot more complicated than that.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Smoke, Ozone Advisory issued for Thursday due to wildfire smokeAccording to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, people who may be most sensitive to elevated levels of particulates and ozone include individuals with respiratory problems, cardiac disease, young children or senior citizens.KTNV Shared .
Raiders DC Paul Guenther praises UNLV's Javin WhiteDefensive coordinator Paul Guenther called UNLV linebacker Javin White "as good of a prospect from a college free agent that I've seen in a long time."Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Carson City School District shares informative back-to-school launch videoThe Carson City School District has prepared and shared a Back-to-School Launch Video with all its teachers and employees, which details out the various nuances and changes associated in going back to school in Carson City this year.Carson Now Shared .
The COVID puzzleOne of the campus' leading medical voices still has hope: 'We can and we will/Make this puzzle complete'University Of Nevada, Reno Shared .
How HyFlex teaching works at the University of Nevada, RenoProvost Kevin Carmen breaks down HyFlex teaching with guests from around campus.University Of Nevada, Reno Shared .
Five men indicted for using skimming devices on gas pumps in NevadaAccording to allegations in the indictment, from about June 2018 to about June 2020, the defendants and their co-conspirators placed skimmers at gas pump terminals that compromised at least 2,500 credit and debit card numbers.KTNV Shared .
Franco-Nevada Corporation Consensus Indicates PotentialFranco-Nevada Corporation found using ticker now have 6 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a rating of 'Hold'.DirectorsTalk Interviews Shared .
Carson City arrests: Woman accused of beating car passenger, drug offensesA 38-year-old Gardnerville woman was arrested Wednesday for suspicion of possession of methamphetamine, a felony, and misdemeanor domestic battery among other alleged offenses.Carson Now Shared .
AMC reopening theaters with 15-cent movie ticketsAMC is reopening its theaters in Town Square and Rainbow Promenade by turning back the clock.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
HRC Endorses Pro-LGBTQ Champions in Nevada's Local ElectionsToday, the Human Rights Campaign , the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer civil rights organization announced the endorsement of champions of equality running for the Nevada State Legislature and local office.HRC Shared .
Letter to parents: Arbor View HS counselor arrested for lewdnessLAS VEGAS — In a letter sent out to parents and guardians of students at Arbor View High School, the school's principal said one of its counselors was arrested by Las Vegas police for "inappropriate contact with a minor."KTNV Shared .
Commercial casino revenue fell 78.8 percent in Q2The coronavirus pandemic is "undoubtedly" the most difficult economic challenge the gaming industry has faced, according to Bill Miller, president and CEO of the American Gaming Association.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Midtown reopens to two-way traffic on FridayThe Regional Transportation Commission is rolling back the orange cones this week in preparation of reopening Virginia Street to two-way traffic through Midtown at 5 p.m.This Is Reno Shared .
Salt Lake City suspends officer, K-9 program after video released of Black man attacked by dogAn officer with the Salt Lake City Police Department has been suspended after being accused of unnecessarily ordering a K-9 to attack a man who listened to commands from police.KTNV Shared .
Nevada football's most important players in 2021: No. 12 Miles BeachThe Nevada football team's potential 2020 season has been pushed back to spring 2021 at the earliest, but we might as well finish the countdown we started earlier this summer.Nevada Sports Net Shared .
398 citations issued during recent Distracted Drivers EventThe period of the operation was split between two days, a Monday and a Friday.KTNV Shared .
Trump opposes funding USPS, admitting mail-in voting concernsPresident Donald Trump said Thursday that he opposes additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service, acknowledging that his position would starve the agency of money Democrats say it needs to process an anticipated surge in mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
House candidate Patricia Ackerman to speak at Monday's Carson City Democratic tele-luncheonAn Emerge Nevada graduate, Patricia ran an aggressive Assembly campaign against District 39 Republican Jim Wheeler in 2018.Carson Now Shared .
AMC to offer 15-cent tickets on first day of reopeningNEW YORK â AMC Theatres, the nation's largest movie theater chain, will reopen in the U.S. on Aug.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Wayward emu captured running through New Jersey cityPATERSON, N.J. â A wayward emu was taken to an animal shelter after it was captured while running through the streets of a northern New Jersey city.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Nevada City Council sets special meeting about protestEditor's Note: This story has been updated to reflect the correct date of the Nevada City Council special meeting.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
No. 1 Novak Djokovic says he'll play at U.S. Open, after allThe Big Three will be represented at the U.S. Open, after all: Novak Djokovic announced Thursday he will enter the Grand Slam tournament and the hard-court tuneup preceding it in New York.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
U.S. official: FBI to join Beirut explosion investigationBEIRUT â Visiting U.S. Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale says the Federal Bureau of Investigation will be joining Lebanese and other international investigators in the probe into the Beirut port blast that killed and wounded thousands.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Home: August 13, 2020Readers around Grass Valley and Nevada County make The Unionâs work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Thousands in Belarus form 'lines of solidarity' in protestMINSK, Belarus â Thousands of people swarmed the streets of Belarusâ capital and other cities Thursday to keep up their protests of election results that extended the 26-year rule of authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko and a subsequent police crackdown on peaceful demonstrations.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Pompeo, in Slovenia, pushes 5G security, warns about ChinaBLED, Slovenia â U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Slovenia on Thursday to make the case for high-speed wireless networks that bar Chinese companies like Huawei.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Trump: Widespread mail-in voting hard without funding USPSWASHINGTON â President Donald Trump said Thursday that he opposes additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service, acknowledging that his position would starve the agency of money Democrats say it needs to process an anticipated surge in mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
New employers bring jobs, technology and higher pay to Reno regionFour new companies have moved into Reno bringing new jobs in the distribution and technology sectors, further diversifying the economy.This Is Reno Shared .
President Trump says UAE to open diplomatic ties with IsraelDUBAI, United Arab Emirates â President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the United Arab Emirates and Israel have agreed to establish full diplomatic ties as part of a deal to halt the annexation of occupied land sought by the Palestinians for their future state.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Backyard gardening topic of programIndividuals wanting a deeper understanding of the science behind backyard gardening in Northern Nevada are invited to attend University of Nevada, Reno Extension's virtual Home Horticulture Certificate Program, provided by Extension's Master Gardeners in Washoe County.The Record Courier Shared .
Smallwood Foundation issues grant to DangbergA $15,023 grant will help the nonprofit Friends of Dangberg Home Ranch continue to operate the Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park.The Record Courier Shared .
Minden woman wins scavenger huntCarson Valley Arts Council's first Art Scavenger Hunt has come to a close. The hunt was organized in an attempt to keep interest in the arts alive and generate a family-friendly activity for the arts.The Record Courier Shared .
Celebrate National Recovery Month with Tahoe Youth and Family ServicesSeptember is right around the corner and we have an exciting activity for you to participate in while celebrating National Recovery Month.The Record Courier Shared .
Letters for Aug. 6, 2020Demand more from elected officialsEditor:I sit in horror and sadness as I watch the reports of the numbers of Americans who have died from the coronavirus.The Record Courier Shared .
Aug. 13 Letters to the EditorWhy stir things up? Editor:I am very sorry that Chris Bently has decided to take the side of BLM.The Record Courier Shared .
Slaughterhouse brings water, property value concernsOur journey opposing the proposed slaughterhouse on Hwy 88 has been difficult. There has been a lot of misinformation.The Record Courier Shared .
Third man sentenced in jail beat-downA Gardnerville man involved in the May 2 beating of another inmate was sentenced to 1-3 years in prison on Monday.The Record Courier Shared .
Attempted lewdness charge results in prison termA man who has been in custody for more than two years and underwent multiple competency evaluations received a 2-5-year prison sentence on Tuesday.The Record Courier Shared .
Plenty of coyote activity in the RanchosWhile getting ready for bed the other night, I heard an odd squeak in the backyard and asked my husband if he heard it, too.The Record Courier Shared .
U.S. says Iran briefly seizes oil tanker near Strait of HormuzDUBAI, United Arab Emirates â The Iranian navy boarded and briefly seized a Liberian-flagged oil tanker near the strategic Strait of Hormuz amid heightened tensions between Tehran and the U.S., a U.S. military official said Thursday.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Las Vegas woman charged with fraud, accused of seeking over $1M in PPP loansNewly redesigned $100 notes lay in stacks at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on May 20, 2013 in Washington, DC.KTNV Shared .
Online school a popular option in DouglasThe number of students signed up to attend a new purely online school in Douglas County more than doubled in a week." We grossly underestimated the interest in Douglas Nevada Online," Superintendent Keith Lewis told school board trustees on Tuesday.The Record Courier Shared .
We'll have polling placesUnlike the all mail-in primary, the bill approved by the Nevada Legislature will allow in-person voting on a limited basis.The Record Courier Shared .
School reopening brewingThe wheels on the bus go round and round, and so does the coronavirus wheel of fate.The Record Courier Shared .
U.S. jobless claims fall below 1 million but remain highWASHINGTON â The number of laid-off workers applying for unemployment aid fell below 1 million last week for the first time since the viral pandemic intensified five months ago, yet still remains at a high level.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Two-Sport Nevada Star Athlete Enticed By Notre DameNevada athlete Robby Snelling is a two-sport star with early interest in Notre Dame.IrishBreakdown Shared .
STUDY: Nevada has the 3rd slowest recovery for weekly unemployment claims in the USDespite COVID-19 raging across the U.S., new unemployment claims decreased week-over-week on Aug. 3 and were still 86% below the peak during the COVID-19 pandemic.KTNV Shared .
You can get help feeding your family today in Las VegasIt's located near Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue. It starts at 9 a.m.KTNV Shared .
Railroad museum, women's history project to commemorate Carson City Suffrage train SaturdayThe V&T Railroad played an important role in Nevada's suffrage history. It delivered VIP eastern suffragists to Carson City to discuss suffrage with Governor Boyle in 1916, and it ferried ardent Nevada suffragists from Reno to Carson City to participate in Governor Boyle's signing of our nations 19th Suffrage Amendment ratification on February...Carson Now Shared .
People: Alexia Jobson elected as president of WIN Nevada for 2020-21RENO, Nev. — Alexia Jobson, public affairs manager of REMSA/Care Flight, was recently elected president of Western Industrial Nevada for the 2020-2021 term.Nnbw.com Shared .
Historic stretch of August heat expected in Las Vegas this weekendLAS VEGAS — A potentially historic stretch of August heat is in the Las Vegas area forecast starting Friday as high temperatures reach 110° and prompt an Excessive Heat Warning.KTNV Shared .
Pilot killed in Bishop Fire crash had fire retardant on windshieldOne of two pilots killed in a midair collision while fighting a wildfire in Lincoln County reported having fire retardant on the windshield of his aircraft just before the crash, according to an NTSB preliminary report.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Las Vegas man accused of shooting, killing dog during fight with wifeLAS VEGAS — A 42-year-old man has been arrested and a dog is dead after a domestic incident around 1 a.m.KTNV Shared .
Public-private coalition launches intelligent mobility project in NevadaLidar sensors have been integrated with traffic signals in Reno to detect, count and track pedestrians, cyclists and traffic to help improve traffic analytics, congestion management and pedestrian safety.Smart Cities World Shared .
US jobless claims fall below 1M for first time since pandemic beganThe Labor Department said applications fell to 963,000, the second straight drop, from 1.2 million the previous week.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
2 Las Vegas AMC Theatres celebrating reopening Aug. 20 with 15-cent moviesAMC Theatres is reopening it doors on Aug. 20 and will celebrate its history with a throwback to the year it all started by offering "Movies in 2020 at 1920 Prices."KTNV Shared .
Man charged in nearly decade-old sex assault on Las Vegas childA California man has been charged with sex assaults against a child that police say happened nearly a decade ago in the Las Vegas Valley.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Nevada COVID impact on religion: Faithful describe their new normalHis wife knew how to prepare unleavened bread from her timeÂ at a small church while growing up and soon she was providing the bread for their home communion.Â.Rgj Shared .
The Aug. 13, 2020, R-C Morning ReportGenoa, Nev. — A new Gardnerville native was born in the parking lot of Chase Bank at 3:50 p.m.The Record Courier Shared .
Nevada Highway Patrol clears crash on I-15 near TropicanaOne lane of Interstate 15 was blocked at Tropicana Avenue early Thursday because of a reported motorcycle crash with injuries.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Las Vegas breaking news for Aug. 13, 2020The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.KTNV Shared .
Las Vegas weather: Records highs possible during weekendLas Vegas residents could experience near-record high temperatures beginning Friday, the National Weather Service says.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Nevada Named Catfishing Capital of USAA new study has found that some states are more likely to be victims of catfishing scams than others.Tech.co Shared .
Nevada passes 1,000 deaths in COVID-19 outbreakNevada has passed 1,000 total deaths in connection with the COVID-19 outbreak, according to new state figures released Thursday.MSN Shared .
Nevada coronavirus death toll tops 1,000Nevadaâs coronavirus death toll has surpassed 1,000, Gov. Steve Sisolak said today, calling it âa sobering reminder that we must remain vigilant and do all that we can to slow the spread while weâre in the throes of this horrific pandemic.â.Las Vegas Sun Shared .
Southern California wildfire explodes overnight, evacuations orderedCrews struggled Thursday to reign in a Southern California wildfire that exploded in a matter of hours north of Los Angeles, prompting evacuations of about 100 homes.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
12 Las Vegas casinos, resorts including Mirage, Palms remain closedExecutives of these companies revealed that the future of the properties remains uncertain.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
NFL futures betting: Best prices in Las VegasA list of the best odds available at Las Vegas sportsbooks for each NFL team to win the Super Bowl and to win its division.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Nevada City Council sets special meeting about protestThe Nevada City Council will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday to address this past weekend's violence against protesters on Broad Street.TheUnion.com Shared .
Best Community: OursLas Vegas has been hit hard by the pandemic, on health and economic fronts. Yet through it all, we've seen people at their best, everywhere we've looked.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Tourist states, like Nevada, have made great sacrifices and deserve federal reliefLas Vegas and other Nevada cities are doing the right thing for the nation and the world by imposing and enforcing precautions against the spread of COVID-19 in our resorts.LasVegasSun.com Shared .
Best Performing Arts Space: Smith Center for the Performing ArtsIt was a cultural game-changer when it opened in 2012—a world-class performing arts center boasting three stages—and it remains so nearly a decade later.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Best Cirque Show: The Beatles LoveSince 2006, Love has been one of the most beloved musical experiences on the planet, artfully blending The Beatles' iconic catalog with eye-popping visuals and kinetic movement in a one-of-a-kind venue.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Best Resident MusicianShe brought two completely different shows to the Las Vegas Strip.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Best Lounge ActFrom his Vegas breakthrough at the Palms to a vibrant run that helped put Cleopatra's Barge back on the entertainment map, the London-born pop star has maintained his own style while making this city his second home.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Best Theater Company: Las Vegas Little TheatreSouthern Nevada's most venerable community theater is a versatile delight.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Best Public Art Piece: "Seven Magic Mountains"Is it a Vegas metaphor, or simply a fabulous piece of land art? Either way, we love it.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Best Variety Show: AbsinthePart circus, part cabaret and altogether outrageous, Spiegelworld's Absinthe isn't so much a Vegas must-see as a must-do; the nearly 20-year-old show has become a rite of passage.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Best BandIf you ever witnessed RNR onstage, you know why they came out on top in this competitive category.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Nevada Gold Mines Phase Two Expansion of Long Canyon Put on HoldThe Long Canyon mine, located south of Interstate 80 between Wells and West Wendover, Nevada, has been operating as an open surface pit mine since early 2016.The Sierra Nevada Ally Shared .
Todayas local and national sportsDaily listings for Sports on TV and radio in the Las Vegas area and live sports in the Las Vegas Valley, including events on major cable and satellite broadcasters.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Pros and Cons to Forming an LLC in NevadaThere are advantages as well as disadvantages to forming an LLC in Nevada. Find out whether doing this is right for your small business.AllBusiness.com Shared .
Iran seizes oil tanker briefly, tensions with US soarDUBAI, United Arab Emirates - The Iranian navy boarded and briefly seized a Liberian-flagged oil tanker near the strategic Strait of Hormuz amid heightened tensions between Tehran and the U.S., a U.S. military official said Thursday.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Nevada woman pleads guilty in $10M+ prize-notification schemeNEVADA — A Las Vegas area resident has been charged with perpetrating a prize-notification scheme that bilked victims out of more than $10 million pleaded guilty on Wednesday, the Department of Justice announced.KTNV Shared .
Native tribes want sacred land in Southern Nevada designated national monumentSeveral conservation groups and native tribes are trying to get thousands of acres of sacred land in Southern Nevada designated as the state's fourth national monument.KSNV Shared .
Nevada Highway Patrol looking for driver involved in fatal I-15 hit-and-runThe Nevada Highway Patrol is asking for the public's assistance with a fatal hit-and-run crash from Tuesday that occurred on Interstate 15 near mile marker 61.KTNV Shared .
Battle of the BallotThe election is less than 100 days away, and the polls are telling us that for now the Democrats are ahead.Nevada Capital News Shared .
Feds: Push by ATF, Vegas police led to 8 gun, drug arrestsLAS VEGAS — Authorities say the recent arrests of eight people on federal weapon and drug charges resulted from a months-long investigation of gun sales and violence in two crime-troubled Las Vegas neighborhoods.KTNV Shared .
Henderson police release bodycam video of shootingBody-camera footage released Wednesday shows two Henderson police officers shoot at a man as he approached them with a knife Aug.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Financial Focus: Stein Mart filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcyStein Mart has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after taking a big hit during the COVID-19 pandemic.KTNV Shared .
Arbor View High counselor arrested on lewdness chargesWilliam Peterson, 53, is charged with two felony counts of lewdness with a child under 14 after the girl told police he had been inappropriately touching her chest, according to an arrest report from the Metropolitan Police Department.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
EDITORIAL: Most Black Americans don't want to abolish the policeIn other words, a whopping 81 percent of Black Americans aren't interested in kicking law enforcement out of their communities, let alone in abolishing police departments, as some of the more radical Black Lives Matter activists demand.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
CARTOON: Words of wisdom"The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy."Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
LETTER: The tragic deaths of two Las Vegas girls was not an accidentSo the deaths of Nelly Amaya-Ramirez and Citlali Mora by a suspected impaired driver are ruled "accidental"?Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
LETTER: Pro sports and politics don't mixI would tell my players if you can't agree to this, then you're not playing, and I will do my best to trade you to a more left-wing organization, one that also has an acceptable nickname.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
LETTER: Freedom to assemble for me but not for theeGov. Sisolak responding to the Evangelicals for Trump event this past week: "I was deeply disheartened and dismayed to see the callous and dangerous behavior displayed last night in Las Vegas at a campaign event for President Trump."Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Psychologist shares tips for preventing COVID-19 burnoutLAS VEGAS — A lot of people across the country are feeling COVID-19 burnout. With the end still unclear, many are left feeling defeated.KTNV Shared .
Footage shows Henderson officer asking man to put down knifeA Henderson Police officer repeatedly pleaded with the suspect, who was armed with a butcher knife...Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Las Vegas, Clark County to face COVID-19 task force benchmark check on ThursdayLAS VEGAS — Just a week and a half after the governor announced Nevada would move away from the phased reopening approach, the state's COVID-19 task force will meet with county leaders to discuss critical benchmarks for containment efforts of the coronavirus.KTNV Shared .
Introductory Fly-Fishing Academy happening Aug. 28-29 in Carson CityThe Carson Fly Fishing Club will conduct a Introductory Fly-Fishing Academy August 28, 6 p.m.Carson Now Shared .
Metro: Man held mom hostage, pointed gun at police before being shot deadBefore he was shot and killed by a Metro Police SWAT officer Monday, a man pointed a gun at police and held his mother hostage in her east Las Vegas mobile home.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Coalition formed to close technology gap for Nevada studentsCoalition formed to close technology gap for Nevada students.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Parents protest CCSD's reopening plan outside administrative officesLAS VEGAS — Parents are protesting CCSD's reopening plan and some brought their students along with them.KTNV Shared .
Las Vegas schools implement no visitor policy due to COVID-19The majority of schools offering in-person classes starting this month are restricting visitor and parent access due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Tourist states, like Nevada, have made great sacrifices and deserve federal reliefLas Vegas and other Nevada cities are doing the right thing for the nation and the world by imposing and enforcing precautions against the spread of COVID-19 in our resorts.Las Vegas Sun Shared .
Sisolak reaching out to Trump for more Guard moneyGov. Steve Sisolak is trying to reach President Donald Trump to request full reimbursement for National Guard troops called out to help with coronavirus relief, after the president cut funds by 25 percent.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Florida sheriff bans masks for deputies with some exceptionsST. PETERSBURG, Fla. â A central Florida sheriff says his deputies wonât be allowed to wear face masks except under some conditions, and neither will visitors to the sheriffâs office.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Pearl Harbor survivor never forgot lessons from attackThe horrors of that fateful day "rested on his shoulder" for a lifetime, Nielsen told the Review-Journal in December.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
NVSAA Report Shows Reno Area Apartment Rents Rising More Slowly Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic and Building BoomRENO â A report released this week by the Nevada State Apartment Association shows local apartment rents growing at a slower rate during the second quarter of 2020.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Actors and Disney World reach deal after virus testing fightORLANDO, Fla. â Walt Disney World and the union for its actors and singers reached an agreement on Wednesday that will allow them to return to work, more than a month after they said they were locked out of the reopening of the theme park resort for publicly demandingÂ coronavirusÂ tests.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Dos Gallos Taqueria and Mai Thai food truck on Dirty DiningDos Gallos Taqueria on Tenaya and Cheyenne avenues got a 33-demerit C grade on its July 29 inspection.KTNV Shared .
Hawaii teacher arrested for violating traveler quarantineHONOLULU â A Hawaii high school teacher was arrested for violating the 14-day traveler quarantine the state mandated to curb the spread of the coronavirus.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
NVSAA Report Shows Las Vegas Area Apartment Rents Bounced Back From Pandemic Dip and Proving Resilient So FarLAS VEGAS â A report released this week by the Nevada State Apartment Association shows local apartment rents were resilient in the second quarter of 2020 while vacancy rates remained relatively stable thanks largely to Nevadaâs eviction moratorium.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Casino CEO sells Nevada home for record priceThe 17,562-square-foot home includes five bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.Fox Business Shared .
Deadline passes for candidates to declare for local officeAfter the filing deadline extended automatically for several races, giving more time for candidates to enter, a handful of contenders for the Grass Valley City and Truckee Town councils have now entered the race.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Carson City, Quad area COVID-19 Wednesday briefing: 20 new cases, 10 recoveriesCarson City Health and Human Services is reporting Wednesday, August 12, 2020 that there are 20 new cases and 10 recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County region.Carson Now Shared .
Vegas Nation Blitz a 10,000 page playbookVegas Nation host Cassie Soto is joined by Ed Graney, Adam Hill, Mick Akers and Heidi Fang to breakdown what's new with the Raiders.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Ascent Multifamily Breaks Into Top 500 in 2020 Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private CompaniesLAS announced today that Las Vegas-based firm Ascent Multifamily is No. 374 on its annual Inc.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Tyrell Williams looks to bounce back for Las Vegas RaidersSuffering from plantar fasciitis, wide receiver Tyrell Williams suffered through a painful and disappointing first season with the Raiders.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Back to school, via tablet: Nevada Joint Union High School District ramps up ‘distance education'Maggie Aguilar Diaz, now a senior at Ghidotti Early College High School, was the first junior ever elected as the student trustee on the board of the Nevada Joint Union High School District.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Nevada County schools plan support services for students, familiesAs the beginning of the 2020-21 school year approaches, Nevada County school districts — some of which are returning to partial in-person instruction while others remain fully in a distance learning model — are taking varied approaches to supporting their students beyond the classroom.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Back to school, via tablet: Nevada Joint Union High School District ramps up ‘distance education'Maggie Aguilar Diaz, now a senior at Ghidotti Early College High School, was the first junior ever elected as the student trustee on the board of the Nevada Joint Union High School District.TheUnion.com Shared .
Program funds available for Vegas-area businesses, tenants to help pay rentLAS VEGAS — If you're someone struggling to pay rent for either your home or business, there are programs available in the Las Vegas valley to help amid the pandemic.KTNV Shared .
Health officials caution against gatherings, report 55 new COVID casesWashoe County is working on partnerships to fast track testing, and is warning residents not to become complacent with small gatherings.This Is Reno Shared .
Mountain View Lutheran School Reopens With Coronavirus Precautions, Rich Academic OfferingsLet the learning resume. Mountain View Lutheran School reopened August 10 with its strong mix of traditional and mind-broadening lessons, and in-person instruction with adjusted class sizes and additional safeguards against the coronavirus.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
The ticket's set: How will Kamala Harris play in Nevada?In picking Kamala Harris, Joe Biden picks a former prosecutor, a sitting US senator, and a former democratic candidate for president.KSNV Shared .
600 jobs coming to Northern NevadaThe Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada announced four new companies to Northern Nevada on Wednesday.KRNV Shared .
Obituary for Jeffrey D. Stumpf Jr.Jeffrey D. Stumpf Jr. July 2, 1979 - July 28, 2020 On July 28, 2020 the world lost an amazing man.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
IREM 99 Las Vegas, Hosts Virtual Luncheon, "America in Crisis: Your Role in Strengthening Your Organization and Community" With Christopher Hoye, AuguThe Institute of Real Estate Management , hosts a virtual luncheon with Retired U.S. Marshal District of Nevada, Christopher Hoye, on August 12 at Noon.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Golden Knights look to impose style on series with BlackhawksThe Golden Knights imposed their style on the opener of the Western Conference quarterfinals, and it's up to the Blackhawks to counter in Game 2 on Thursday.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Knowing Nevada: Neon, Nevada's state elementThe Bighorn sheep, sagebrush, and casino chips. Those are just three things of 22 symbols that you may associate with Nevada.KRNV Shared .
Aces' A'ja Wilson becomes a leader in MVP-caliber seasonWhile A'Ja Wilson's play made her an immediate star, it wasn't always an easy transition going from college and being expected to be a leader right away.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Nevada County robbery suspect who skipped court back in jailA woman accused in a 2015 home invasion who failed to appear in court last month is back in the Nevada County Jail, reports state.TheUnion.com Shared .
RJ Guess resigns as John Muir Charter Schools CEOIn a Wednesday Nevada County Board of Education meeting, RJ Guess announced his resignation as chief executive officer of Nevada City's John Muir Charter Schools.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Community centered Osorio Kitchen open for business, offering locally sourced mealsAfter opening in May, local community supported Osorio Kitchen is growing steadily as the business partners with local farms and other vendors in an effort to bring Nevada County closer to its food.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Nevada County robbery suspect who skipped court back in jailA woman accused in a 2015 home invasion who failed to appear in court last month is back in the Nevada County Jail, reports state.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Man injured in side-by-side rolloverA man, who suffered severe injuries in a side-by-side rollover, was helicoptered from Topaz Ranch Estates for treatment on Tuesday evening.The Record Courier Shared .
School district moves ahead with reopening plans despite outcry from educatorsWashoe schools trustees met in person to discuss reopening schools, again, and heard from teachers pleading for distance learning.This Is Reno Shared .
Trosper Public Relations Receives Industry Honor for Video ProductionLeading agency honored with Award of Distinction in the 24th annual Videographer Awards program Trosper Public Relations was recently announced as a recipient of a 2020 Videographer Award Award of Distinction for its production capturing the Grand Opening Event for the UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park.Nevada Business Magazine Shared .
Piff's chopper arrival lifts COVID eventPiff The Magic Dragon says of helicopter flying, "I have managed to avoid this, all my life."Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Miami Dolphins betting preview: On the rise in AFC EastMiami finished strong last season, going 5-4 behind rookie coach Brian Flores and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and beating New England in the season finale.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Big Boy restaurant chain returning to NevadaLAS VEGAS — Big Boy Restaurants announced today it will be expanding into Nevada in a partnership with Terrible Herbst in Indian Springs.KTNV Shared .
Western Nevada College prepares for fall semesterWestern Nevada College is gearing up to welcome students and staff this fall semester.KOLO Shared .
Pros and Cons to Forming an LLC in NevadaJennifer Paley A limited liability company is a type of business entity that combines the limited liability attributes of a corporation with the tax benefits of a partnership.Tips Clear News - Most Searched Solutions News Shared .
U.S. commander: Islamic State threat in west Syria growingWASHINGTON â Elements of the Islamic State group are working to rebuild in western Syria, where the U.S. has little visibility or presence, the top U.S. commander for the Middle East warned on Wednesday.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
For Americans waiting on virus aid, no new relief in sightAmericans counting on emergency coronavirus aid from Washington may have to wait until fall. Negotiations over a new virus relief package have all but ended, with the White House and congressional leaders far apart on the size, scope and...Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Let it flow: Trump administration eases showerhead rulesWASHINGTONÂ â The Trump Administration wants to change the definition of a showerhead to let more water flow, addressing a pet peeve of the president who complains he isn't getting wet enough.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Vessel equipped with ultraviolet light attacks invasive aquatic plants at TahoeA new control tool for aquatic invasive plants that clog waterways, reduce water clarity and provide cover for other invasive species at Lake Tahoe continues to show impressive results in its third year of testing.The Record Courier Shared .
QLess System with Caitlin MckinneyThe QLess System is a cloud-based appointment softwared used by Financial Aid, Admissions and Records, Cashiers, Nevada Money Mentors and Veteran Services.University Of Nevada, Reno Shared .
Raiders' Josh Jacobs not satisfied with rookie year, wants moreRaiders running back Josh Jacobs said his rookie season didn't accomplish the goals he set for himself - and that could be a problem for NFL.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Bob's Big Boy expanding to Southern NevadaWednesday, Aug. 12, 2020-4:06 p.m. - Bob's Big Boy is teaming with Terrible Herbst to bring its iconic, California-based restaurant to Nevada with a location in Indian Springs.VegasInc.com Shared .
Driver sought in fatal hit-and-run crash on Interstate 15The Nevada Highway Patrol is attempting to locate the driver in a fatal hit-and-run crash Tuesday night on Interstate 15 in the far northeast Las Vegas Valley.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Las Vegas Philharmonic Guild earns national recognitionThe Volunteer Council of the League of American Orchestras is pleased to announce that the Las Vegas Philharmonic Guild has won an Award of Excellence in the annual Spotlight competition for their project titled Hollywood Happening.KTNV Shared .
Central Lyon Fire respond to Silver Springs mobile home fireCentral Lyon Fire responded Wednesday afternoon to a mobile home fire off of Fir Avenue in Silver Springs.Carson Now Shared .
Nevada tops 58,000 COVID-19 cases, approaches 1,000 deathsNevada is reaching somber coronavirus milestones, topping 58,000 confirmed cases since the pandemic began and approaching 1,000 deaths.KRNV Shared .
Las Vegas loses ‘American Ninja Warrior' finalsThe entirety of the upcoming NBC competition was filmed elsewhere for the first time since 2011.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Solar energy zone expandedThe Eldorado Valley will be ablaze with energy after more than 1,000 acres were recently rezoned to make way for another large-scale solar development project.Boulder City Review Shared .
Council hires LV law firm in case against city attorney, city managerBoulder City and City Council now have legal representation for a lawsuit brought against them by two staff members, and it is not through POOL/PACT.Boulder City Review Shared .
City needs to clean up its actTo say things are a mess at City Hall might be an understatement. And things are likely to get a lot messier as the city is embroiled in several lawsuits, including the most recent one with the city attorney and city manager.Boulder City Review Shared .
Community events canceledFall and winter in Boulder City are shaping up to be quiet as local organizations are canceling, altering or postponing community events.Boulder City Review Shared .
1,000 COVID deaths in Nevada, covid compared to fluCOVID-19 is estimated to be the third-leading cause of death in the country, and its ranking in Nevada could rise as the year progresses and the death tally grows.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Healthy lawns can weather summer temperaturesWhen high winds meet temperatures exceeding 110 and UV indexes of 10-plus, the desert can feel like a big, sandy convection oven.Boulder City Review Shared .
Recipe yields perfectly cooked chicken breast"What is there to eat? " That phrase plays on repeat in every household in the world.Boulder City Review Shared .
Taxpayers big losers in city's legal battlesBoulder City is no stranger to lawsuits that it should have no business being involved in.Boulder City Review Shared .
Feedback of any type crucialOne of my first Army leadership classes taught me that "all feedback is positive, even when it is negative." It took a few moments to grasp that concept, but I realized that if no criticism is made , how does one improve?Boulder City Review Shared .
Sierras home to Devil's PostpileMammoth Lakes, California, in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, is the jumping-off place to visit Devil's Postpile National Monument.Boulder City Review Shared .
Vessel equipped with ultraviolet light attacks invasive aquatic plants at Lake TahoeLAKE TAHOE — A new control tool for aquatic invasive plants that clog waterways, reduce water clarity and provide cover for other invasive species at Lake Tahoe continues to show impressive results in its third year of testing.Carson Now Shared .
Film fest accepting submissions for 2021 eventThe Dam Short Film Festival, which will return for its 17th year in February, is now accepting submissions for the 2021 event.Boulder City Review Shared .
Nevada tops 58,000 COVID-19 cases, approaches 1,000 deathsLAS VEGAS — Nevada is reaching somber coronavirus milestones, topping 58,000 confirmed cases since the pandemic began and approaching 1,000 deaths, state health officials acknowledged Wednesday.AP NEWS Shared .
PETA seeks US probe of repeatedly cited Nevada meatpackerAnimal rights activists are urging the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation into a Nevada meatpacker that’s been cited three times in two years on accusations of inhumane handling and slaughtering of livestock.KRNV Shared .
Man killed by police while holding mother hostage was shot at 12 times, Las Vegas police sayA 32-year-old man killed by police was shot at a dozen times by officers Monday after holding his mother hostage and threatening to set her mobile home on fire, according to Las Vegas police.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Protesters gather in front of Nevada legislature to raise awareness of child trafficking crimesSigns read "Missing US kids 800,000 a year, 2,000 a month, 916 per hour" and "Where are the kids?"Carson Now Shared .
Nevada County has 355 COVID-19 casesUPDATE on Aug. 12, 2020 Nevada County on Wednesday revised its number of total coronavirus cases, stating it's reached 355, a decrease of two from the prior day.News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .
Raiders coach Jon Gruden denies role in coronavirus prankThe Raiders coach, who said he didn't falsely tell his players he had coronavirus, is focused on getting his team ready for a season despite college conferences canceling fall football,.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
WCSD Board Of Trustees Proposes COVID-19 Threshold To Close Schools, Some Teachers Protest ReopeningMany Washoe County teachers and parents protested the reopening of schools before the Board of Trustees' first in-person meeting since March.KUNR Public Radio Shared .
Special needs students to get individual education plansWellness checks, one-on-one support and teachers reaching out to pupils daily will ensure students with special needs stay engaged in learning, according to Clark County education officials.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Las Vegas girl missing 1 weekIf anyone has information on Makayla, call Metro at 702-828-3111, its Missing Persons Detail at 702-828-2907 or Nevada Child Seekers at 702-458-7009.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Programs, help available in the Las Vegas area for small businesses and residentsHere's a roundup of grants and assistance programs available to those in need in the Las Vegas area.KTNV Shared .
Ascent Multifamily breaks into top 500 fastest growing private companiesInc. magazine announced today that Las Vegas-based firm Ascent Multifamily is No. 374 on its annual Inc.KTNV Shared .
Gov. Sisolak signs bill giving some Nevada businesses certain immunitiesSteve Sisolak signed Senate Bill 4 yesterday which gives Nevada-based hospitality businesses immunities from COVID-19-related lawsuits in certain cases.This Is Reno Shared .
Kentucky AG visits family of Breonna Taylor to 'personally express condolences'Cameron's spokeswoman Elizabeth Kuhn said the meeting was an opportunity for the attorney general to personally express his condolences to Taylor's family.KTNV Shared .
Short Notice Bout Between Kai Kamaka III and Tony Kelley Added To UFC 252With only a few days left until Saturdays pay-per-view event UFC 252, the card has gotten a last-minute addition of a bout between Kai Kamaka III and Tony Kelley.Knockdown News Shared .
Sex worker accused of stealing $90K from client at Las Vegas resortA sex worker is accused of stealing $90,000 from her client after he fell asleep in his Las Vegas hotel room last month, according to Metro Police.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
DMV to extend weekday hours in Reno and Vegas; no changes for Carson City, rural officesNevada DMV will offer extended hours on weekdays but close Saturdays at its Reno and Las Vegas offices, officials announced Wednesday.Carson Now Shared .
Census takers begin making home visitsCensus takers in Nevada on Monday began tracking households that have not yet responded to the 2020 census.Pahrump Valley Times Shared .
Ford urges Congress to add aid for senior fraud victimsNevada Attorney General Aaron Ford on Tuesday joined more than 40 other attorneys general in urging the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to include Edith's Bill in COVID-19 relief legislation.Pahrump Valley Times Shared .
Extension focuses this week on loan resources, streamingUniversity of Nevada, Reno Extension is offering an online town hall and a webinar this week to help inform small business owners of resources available to them and how using streaming video can help them to market their businesses.Pahrump Valley Times Shared .
Federal funds available to stop nonpoint source pollutionThe Nevada Division of Environmental Protection's Bureau of Water Quality Planning has approximately $1 million in federal funding available to provide grant assistance for projects that prevent or control nonpoint source water pollution, the leading cause of water quality impairment in Nevada.Pahrump Valley Times Shared .
All Pahrump businesses visited complying with safety measuresNone of the 38 businesses in Pahrump were found to be out of compliance with workplace health and safety measures implemented because of the COVID-19 pandemic, while two out of five in Beatty were not in compliance.Pahrump Valley Times Shared .
Nevada tops 58,000 COVID-19 cases, approaches 1,000 deathsNevada is reaching somber coronavirus milestones, topping 58,000 confirmed cases since the pandemic began and approaching 1,000 deaths, state health officials acknowledged Wednesday.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Microburst sends gliders tumblingA microburst damaged several gliders and at least one small plane at Minden-Tahoe Airport on Monday afternoon.The Record Courier Shared .
Stocks rebound on Wall Street, S&P 500 trades above recordStocks marched broadly higher on Wall Street Wednesday, briefly nudging the S&P 500 above its all-time closing high set in February, before the coronavirus pandemic led to a historic market plunge.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Radical or moderate? Trump paints Democratic ticket as bothAn overzealous prosecutor trying to hide her crime-fighting past — who is also weak on crime.Las Vegas Weekly Shared .
Golden Knights' Robin Lehner kept composure after losing skate bladeGolden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner lost his left blade twice but didn't allow a goal either time in a 4-1 playoff victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday.Las Vegas Review-Journal Shared .
Park in Florida named after police chief who forced Jackie Robinson from game to be renamedA park in Florida that was named after a Sanford police chief, who is known for forcing the removal of Major League Baseball legend Jackie Robinson from a minor league game in 1946, will no longer bear his name.KTNV Shared .
Terry McLaughlin: Free speech for all?"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people to peacefully assemble, and to petition the government for redress of grievances." Thus reads the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States...News headlines for Grass Valley Shared .