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Journalist Says Local Police Try to Hide Shooting Statistics
Reno editor Brian Burghart was a very disgruntled man. He decided a couple of years ago, after witnessing a police killing, to find a national database...
The Really Big Questions: What Is This Thing Called Love?
We ponder the “why” behind humans’ drive to pair up. Why do human beings feel romantic love? What happens to the brains of people who are in love? How...
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On Labor Day, we learn from Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee what robots we should fear, and which we shouldn't. New York Times columnist Tom...
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Most people think of Las Vegas and Reno as two cities but UNLV historian Eugene Moehring says we should really think of it as three cities. The third...
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The 2014 Fall Culture Guide:<br>Visual Art
So, how's your schedule look next week? And the week after that? And the week after that? Whether you're an art-lover, a dance aficionado, a foodie or a live music fan, our culture guide's got the goods for one very busy fall. And we mean busy in a good way - this year's calendar is brimming with sights, sounds and tastes to engage, inspire... [more]

Education: Fishing for teachers
The school district is facing another teacher shortage. How do we recruit fresh talent for the long term? Step 1: Change everything. According to school district officials, the 2014-2015 school year will have started last week with a shortage of about 400 teachers. Four hundred missing teachers? You get visions of unattended classrooms devolving... [more]

The Dish: Where the night owls nosh
Whether youre a graveyard worker or a weekend warrior, these late-night dining spots are an upgrade from your nearest drive-thru. Theres a popular theory that eating after a certain time of the day is bad for you. Perhaps its true  which is exactly why you should make each late-night meal worth the damage. Just say no to the cheap... [more]

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Choosing a method for ridding your garden of an unwanted guest, be it bug or weed, is not always a simple choice. But the more you know, the better it goes. Here's Angela O'Callaghan

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When the Civil Rights Act was passed a half century ago, not everyone within Nevada's political circles was onboard with it. The decision was not a simple one for some Nevada Senators.

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