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UPDATE: The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office says 39-year-old Nicholas Lightfoot has turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest on Friday, October 19. According to the Sheriff's Office, a warrant was issued for Lightfoot’s arrest on one charge of felony child abuse and one charge of misdemeanor domestic battery. ------ The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office continues to look for information about the whereabouts of felony child abuse suspect Nicholas Lightfoot.

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Reno 1868 FC will play Real Monarchs SLC at 2 p.m. Saturday in Herriman, Utah in a United Soccer League Cup playoffs Western Conference quarterfinal.

The road warriors from the Nevada football team will take their longest trip of the season this week to play at Hawaii.

Photographer Matthew Dippel is searching for a couple he captured during a picturesque proposal at Yosemite National Park in California.

Orionid meteor shower should be visible Friday and Saturday nights, but the best views are expected to be Sunday morning after the moon has set but before the sun rises.

#hiring #scottsdale #receptionist #frontoffice #healthcarejobs #medical #medicaljobs Optometry practice in Scottsdale is excited to add a Front Office Coordinator to their team. They are seeking an individual with an upbeat, positive attitude who works well with others, easily engages with patients and take pride in their work. Hours are… Continue reading

Davidson Academy Online open houses are an opportunity for you to hear more about Davidson Academy's online campus. The open house will include presentations on admissions, curriculum, technology, and our vision. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions throughout the open house. Questions that are global in nature will be answered during the open house. Questions which are more personal in nature may be answered…

By Brentnie Daggett Fall nights are in full swing and the harvest moon hangs low in the sky. There's no doubt about it, Halloween is just around the corner! Related: Don't Scare Buyers Away This Hallo...

Items which do not have an "expected" or "release" date are already in stock, but as always please check stock levels with us before travelling to the shop, and ask us to put something aside if you know you definitely want it.

The district is considering turning schools with declining enrollment or aging buildings into sites for new housing. Under the preliminary plan, the schools would be rebuilt on nearby vacant sites or students may be reallocated to other schools. But not everyone is on board with the district's proposal. Hundreds showed up to a recent community meeting to voice their disapproval, reports the San Jose Mercury News.

A social media post has been doing the rounds for some years where a young cashier suggests an elderly woman’s generation ‘don’t do the green thing’
The reply is an admonishment of the rocketing convenience consumerism that has fuelled the mass waste epidemic: ‘No we took our glass bottles back to the shop, left milk bottles on the porch etc’.
The message is clear: the solution to cutting single-use plastic waste was always there.
Thankfully ‘reuse’ is a buzz word once again, but…

Recycling is fantastic in that it helps waste be used for another purpose but really cutting down the amount of waste we generate is a better solution to plastic pollution
A survey found that half of the people questioned believed recycling was the best way to cut the impact of single use plastic on the environment.
Just one quarter said stopping buying these items was the solution.
And that is the problem with the single-use plastic pollution problem – recycling is not the…

A Colorado reports shows marijuana sales in the state have exceeded $1 billion as of August of this year, with tax revenue from those sales reaching $200 million. The Denver Post reports the state Department of Revenue report indicates medical and recreational marijuana sales are on track to break last year’s record of more than $1. 5 billion. This year’s combined sales reached the billion-dollar mark at the earliest point in the four years recreational marijuana has been legal in the state.

The Sparks Police Department are on the scene of an accident at the intersection of Sparks Blvd. and Baring Blvd. this Thursday night. News 4 Team is on scene gathering information about a possible accident in the area. According to SPD, Baring blvd will be shut down between Sparks and Sorenson until further notice. This is a developing story, Check back for updates.