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An infographic with housing data. The median sold price for a house in Reno-Sparks in August was $530,000. Housing units are down by 13.8 percent from July, but active inventory is up by 3.2 percent. Homes in August took an average of 16 days to contract.
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Here are your local news headlines for the morning of Friday, July 30, 2021.

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Here’s the latest business news from around Northern Nevada, with Business Beat from the Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

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Here’s the latest business news from around Northern Nevada, with Business Beat from the Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

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Here’s the latest business news from around Northern Nevada, with Business Beat from the Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

Two protestors are in the forefront and kneeling. Their signs read, “Your sweeps are violent, we will not be silent!” “Stop harassing the homeless,” and “Move where?” People are protesting behind them and a person is to their right holding a megaphone.
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A group of advocates protested outside of Reno City Hall 24/7 for seven days straight, demanding the city stop the ongoing clearing of homeless encampments. KUNR’s Lucia Starbuck reports on what has transpired.

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Here are your local news headlines for the morning of Thursday, June 10, 2021.

A row of four white houses with a shared lawn in front of them. There is a red “For Rent” sign in the yard facing the camera.
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Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak placed a statewide eviction moratorium more than a year ago in an effort to keep people housed during the pandemic. That moratorium was lifted on Monday, but tenants may still be protected under the federal eviction ban.

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A huge development project in the Cold Springs area, north of Reno, just got one step closer to acquiring funding for infrastructure. KUNR’s Lucia Starbuck and KUNR Youth Media’s Wesley Kaopio explore what the developers are aiming to do and how some Cold Springs residents feel.

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Here's the latest business news from around Northern Nevada, with Business Beat from the Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

In 2020, the press was filled with stories about droves of wealthy out-of-staters fleeing cities and the pandemic and moving to the Mountain West. Two new reports complicate that narrative.

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Here are your local news headlines for the morning of Friday, Apr. 9, 2021.

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El lunes 29 de marzo de este año, la administración de Biden extendió la moratoria de desalojos federales hasta el 30 de junio. Asimismo, el 30 de marzo, el gobernador de Nevada Steve Sisolak extendió la moratoria de desalojos a nivel estatal hasta el 31 de mayo. Las dos moratorias tienen algunos criterios de elegibilidad diferentes.

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On Monday, March 29, the Biden administration extended the federal eviction moratorium until June 30. At the same time, Nevada’s eviction moratorium is still slated to end Wednesday, March 31. The two moratoriums have slightly different eligibility factors. As stakeholders try to sort this out, several questions and concerns continue to loom for tenants across the state.

KUNR’s Natalie Van Hoozer has been reporting on tenant’s rights and spoke with Lucia Starbuck to dig in deeper.

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