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An international event raising awareness about sexual assault is coming to downtown Reno for the first time tomorrow (Saturday Sept. 6, 2014). Reno Public Radio’s Esther Ciammachilli has the details, and it’s important to note for our listeners with children that the following story does contain adult language.

At Wednesday's State of the City address in Reno, officials said they've been doing more with less since their workforce has shrunk by a third in recent years. Reno Public Radio's Michelle Bliss was there and has the details.

Over the past five years, the City has gone from employing 1,600 people back in 2009 to less than 1,100 right now. Along with overcoming those staffing hurdles, City Manager Andrew Clinger, who delivered the speech, says Reno is also planning ahead for a solid financial future.

City of Reno wants feedback on its public access channels

Aug 11, 2014

Did you know the City of Reno has two public access channels?  For Charter Communications customers, channels 192 and 194 are the city's broadcast television stations. On these channels, residents can watch Reno City Council and Planning Commission meetings, as well as hear about other local events and special projects.