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Permit approved for winery in south Reno

A master plan amendment and special use permit for a winery that includes a vineyard and tasting room in south Reno were approved Tuesday by Washoe County commissioners, who overturned a denial by a lower board. Dennis and Tina De La Montanya have been planning the project outside of Montrêux Golf & Country Club on… Keep Reading

Reno Police Expand Automatic License Plate Surveillance

RENO, NEV. (AP) — RENO police are expanding the use of technology to automatically read license plates in an effort to reduce gun violence. The Reno City Council approved the expanded use of devices and associated software to track license plates despite critics' concerns it could be used to secretly monitor the movement of law-abiding citizens,… Keep Reading

Reno To Step Up Homeless Encampment Cleanup Efforts

City Council members in Reno have agreed to increase efforts to clean waste from homeless encampments despite arguments that it is not a permanent solution. The Reno City Council has voted unanimously Wednesday to approve a cleanup contract of about $250,000 with…. Continue Reading on Keep Reading

Free tuition and books offered at the University of Nevada, Reno

‘Nevada Guarantee’ program ensures income-qualified students receive a four-year degree with little to no student debt One of the most successful and impactful higher education tuition programs in the state of Nevada is the Nevada Guarantee, a free University of Nevada, Reno tuition program for low-income Nevada residents, which includes the complete cost of tuition,… Keep Reading

Wolf Pack Basketball UNR

Nevada Men's Basketball Ranks Fifth AP Top 25 This Week The University of Nevada men's basketball team ranked fifth in the AP Top 25 Poll, released on Monday. Gonzaga ranked first, with Kansas, Duke, and Virginia rounding out the top 4. Monday, November 19th 2018, 9:59 AM PST Updated: Monday, November 26th 2018, 9:35 AM… Keep Reading

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