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Molly Concialdi

Reno Youth Radio Student Worker

Molly Concialdi is a freshman at the University of Nevada, Reno. Molly studied video production all throughout high school and gained her first public radio experience with KUNR’s Reno Youth Radio internship as a high school student at the Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology (AACT).

Molly is currently a journalism pre-major for the Reynolds School. She works with KUNR to mentor high school reporters, to help administer the Reno Youth Radio program, and to share stories that are impactful to her community. Outside of school and work, Molly loves to spend time with her corgi “Scout,” watch movies, and meet new people!

Exterior of the Washoe County School District Administration Building.
Andrew Mendez / KUNR

The Washoe County School District has a shortage of teacher aides and assistants in special education programs. The district is looking to fill 100 open positions.

The back of a yellow and green Lime Bike with a small sign on the back saying "1st ride free" and a scannable code.
Alexis Harris

A bike sharing program called Lime Bike is now available through a pilot program in Washoe County, including Reno and Sparks. Before launching in those areas, the company also did a trial run in South Lake Tahoe. Molly Concialdi of Reno Youth Radio visited the lake to see how the program works.

Reno Youth Radio

If you have been walking around lately you may have heard a new voice at some crosswalks in Reno telling you when it’s safe to cross. It’s the new standard implemented by the City of Reno for all crosswalks. Reno Youth Radio’s Molly Concialdi has the story.

Standing at the corner of Keystone and 5th, it is clearly a really busy intersection. Suddenly you hear an unfamiliar voice.

Walk sign is on to cross 5th. Walk sign is on to cross 5th. Walk sign is on to cross 5th.