A man stabs another man outside a Reno restaurant. It happened outside the IHOP on Plumb Lane early yesterday. Police say the victim walked into the IHOP with a stab wound to the chest pleading for help. He was hospitalized. No arrests have been made.
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A welder sparks a fire in Douglas County. Crews say the flames broke out at Long Valley Road and Langley Drive. News 4 reports it quickly spread to eight backyards and damaged a shed, a vehicle and some fences. No one was hurt.
Marijuana revenues exceeded their goal for the year-in April. The state department of Taxation says revenues in April totaled nearly $56 million–110 percent of what was projected for the entire fiscal year.
Fire restrictions go into effect in western Nevada Saturday. Soon, you’ll be prohibited from smoking outdoors, operating off-road vehicles, welding, possessing fireworks, and building a fire outside.
Police are looking for three possible suspects in connection with a fatal shooting last weekend in Galena. Sheriff’s deputies say they want to question Jamil Geronimo, Quentin Moore and Tyler Hernandez in the murder of Paul Dobbins. Police say all three are considered armed and dangerous. A $2,500 reward is being offered in the case.
Nevada’s attorney general and Republican candidate for governor has released a plan to improve safety in schools. Adam Laxalt is recommending increased patrols by school resources officers, improving technology, and modernizing buildings. He’d also like to see red flag laws to prevent those who are a danger to themselves and others from getting guns.
Thursday marked the tenth anniversary of the Midtown Art Walk in Reno. During Art Walk, midtown businesses turn into a pop-up art gallery for the night , with the help of local artists. The first Art Walk had ten businesses taking part. Last night there were 80, drawing a crowd of about 4-thousand people.
A man from Maryland who is visiting Reno for a convention saved a child from drowning in Lake Tahoe. Officer Roy Mitchell visited Sand Harbor during a break from the School Safety Conference. He was on shore when he spotted a motionless child in the water. He jumped in and brought her to shore. The girl was revived by family members.
Reno firefighters doused a brush fire Thursday afternoon. The fire sparked up at the corner of Automotive Way and Market Street. Only about a tenth of an acre was scorched. The cause is under investigation.
A teenaged girl riding her bike struck a car last night in Reno. It happened near 8th Street and Leon Drive. Deputies say the girl on the bike ran the stop sign and slammed into a car. However, the car was going slowly, and so was the bike. The girl suffered minor injuries, and was taken to the hospital.