With more on CHS hoping parents can help curb destructive online challenges, Rich Hancock reports;
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Schools are seeking to end destructive social media challenges. Rich Hancock has more;
Carson High School is encouraging students to trend something positive on Tic Toc, like an act of kindness, helping a fellow student or showing school spirit. Parents should warm their kids not participating in dangerous, inappropriate or unlawful social media challenges.
One driver is dead following a crash at McCarran Boulevard and Plumb Lane Wednesday night. The Reno Police Department said a Subaru was going south on McCarran Boulevard around 10:11 p.m. when the driver attempted either to turn left at Plumb Lane or make a U-Turn. The Subaru was “t-boned” by a Chevrolet Tahoe sports utility vehicle. The Subaru driver died in the crash. The Tahoe driver was not taken to the hospital for medical treatment. Impairment does not appear to be a factor.
With the summer crime report, Rich Hancock has details;
With more on the summer crime initiative, Rich Hancock has details;
With more on the summer crime initiative results, Rich Hancock reports;
The Carson City Sheriff’s Office “101 Days of Summer” Initiative led to a hundred Felony and 88 Misdemeanor arrests, significant seizures of Methamphetamine, Heroin, Marijuana and Cocaine, Drug Cash seizures over $12,000 and 8 Child Endangerment or Abuse investigations. Read more at; carsonnow.org
The RTC strike enters its second day. The second labor strike in as many months caught RTC Board Chairwoman Neoma Jardon by surprise. IN a statement, she says her biggest concern remains the passengers who can’t get to work or get groceries. They’re offering free rides to all RTC passengers on RIDE, FlexRide, taxis and UberX. Teamsters union workers walked off the job again Tuesday after they said their employer Keolis stonewalled recent negotiations, cut over-time, and continues to ignore COVID safety measures.
“Entrepreneurial, innovative, creative and courageous” — – those are the words UNR President Brian Sandoval used to describe his vision for the future. In his first State of the University address, Sandoval touted the resilience of students and faculty amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. He has goals to grow enrollment, strengthen community partnerships, and the university’s commitment to research.
The Washoe County Commission votes to remove flood barriers around Swan Lake. Commissioners voted to fund the removal of the barriers-with one objection. Councilwoman Jeanne Herman voted to remove the barriers, but cautioned removing the barriers for cosmetic reasons could leave the area unprotected and unprepared. Similar barriers were removed around Silver Lake in Stead earlier this year.