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Caucus Looming, Sanders Talks Western Issues In Reno

Fresh off a win in New Hampshire, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made another stop in Reno over the weekend. Our reporter Julia...

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How Will Presidential Candidates Fare In More Diverse, More Cynical Nevada?

In the New Hampshire primary, we saw Bernie Sanders come out way on top, by even more than expected. But can he keep that momentum heading into South...

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New Battery Recycling Plant Emits Cloud Of Confusion

A California tech company hopes to demonstrate eco-friendly lead battery recycling at its new plant in the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center. But there's...

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Regulators Phase In Rate Hikes For NV Solar Customers

The Nevada Public Utilities Commission will grandfather rooftop solar customers from higher rates after public outcry. Reno Public Radio's Julia Ritche...

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UNR Alums Want To Connect Students With Employers

After noticing how difficult it was to explore Reno's job market, two University of Nevada, Reno alums decided to come up with a solution. With support...

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Deadline Nears For NV Republican Caucus

"How many have never been to a caucus before?" asks Phyllis Westrup, caucus chair for the Washoe County Republican Party. Hands shoot up around the room...

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Planned Parenthood Chief Stumps For Clinton In Reno

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards is stepping up her campaigning for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Our reporter Julia Ritchey...

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Nevada Police Group Backs Gun Ballot Measure

This week Nevada's largest police group is endorsing a November ballot initiative that if approved, would require background checks in private gun...

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Shortage Of Autism Specialists Means Some Families Have To Wait For Therapy

About 7,000 young people have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in Nevada. While there is no cure, research shows Applied Behavior Analysis...

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College Sexual Assaults: Why Crime Logs Don't Tell The Whole Story

As many as one in four female college students in the United States are sexually assaulted. That's according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. But...

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