Archives for January 2020

Man arrested after police say he walked into Walmart with guns

A man is arrested after police say he walked inside a Sparks Walmart carrying several guns, a hunting knife, and wearing a military vest containing shotgun shells. Hoe Mosley faces three counts of carrying a concealed deadly weapon. He’s also prohibited from possessing a gun.

Bliss Life magazine pulled from Reno-Tahoe Airport after brothel cover

Pulled from magazine stands… Reno Tahoe-Airport officials say they pulled Bliss Life magazine from its racks after the cover featured Mustang Ranch brothel. The Reno Gazette-Journal reports an airport spokesman says they don’t allow advertising that endorses prostitution because they’re a federal property. The magazine’s publisher argues it’s not advertising-and the content is editorial, covering a legal profession in Nevada.

October murder of Sparks man remains unsolved

Detectives are still searching for clues in the murder of a Sparks man. 20-year-old Kenyon Wilson’s body was found in a remote area near Moon Rocks in October of last year. His burned vehicle was found not far from there a few days beforehand.

Burning Man ticket price rises

Going to Burning Man is going to cost you more this year. Ticket prices are up $50 from last year. They now cost $475. Tickets for the weeklong music festival in the Black Rock Desert go on sale next month.

Tent at homeless camp catches fire in Reno

Reno firefighters make quick work of a brush fire. It broke out early Thursday morning near Cemetery Road and Stoker Avenue. Crews say a tent at a homeless camp caught fire. No one was hurt.

Washoe County health officials stress: Don’t share fake news on Coronavirus

Students at Reno High School are spreading fake news about the Coronavirus. The Washoe County Health District says a fake article is being shared by students on Snapchat, causing panic. ealth officials reiterate there’s currently no cases of the illness, that started in China, in our area.

Nevada Casinos Healthy

Nevada casinos reaped more than $1 billion in winnings in December, pushing the tally for 2019 past $12 billion in a key index of state fiscal health. The statewide “casino win” figure was up almost 5.8% compared with the same month in 2018, and the Nevada Gaming Control Board said Thursday that the first six months of the fiscal year have seen a 2.1% jump in casino winnings. Gambling tax revenue is second to sales taxes as a percentage of Nevada’s annual budget. The state has no personal income tax.

Motorcyclist Killed Thursday

The Nevada Highway Patrol says crews responded to a fatal crash near South Virginia Street and Tamarack Junction on Thursday. A male motorcyclist died after crashing with an SUV. Officials said multiple witnesses said the motorcycle was driving at a high rate of speed prior to the crash. NHP says the motorcycle was going southbound on Virginia, and the SUV was turning left to go northbound when the crash happened. The female driver of the SUV was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Carson School Calendar (PM)

The Carson School District Board of Trustees has approved the next year’s academic calendar. Dan Davis has more;

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Carson School Calendar (MID)

Dan Davis has more on Carson Schools’ 2020-2021 Academic Calendar;

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