This is Reno

Imagen de video en Zoom con Rossmery Diaz, Oscar Delgado, Ivet Contreras, Alex Woodley y Vanessa Vancour en español sobre el COVID-19 y las reaperturas de la segunda fase en Reno.
Captura de pantalla / Ciudad de Reno en Español vía Facebook Live

Mientras Nevada entra en la segunda fase del proceso de reapertura, los funcionarios de la ciudad de Reno volvieron a Facebook Live una vez más para actualizar a los residentes de habla hispana.

Exterior of the Reno City Hall building
Jana Sayson

Much of the Reno City Council is up for reelection this fall, and multiple incumbents will have to make it past the June primary in order to be on the ballot in November. KUNR’s Stephanie Serrano spoke to Bob Conrad with This Is Reno to break down those races.

Women and children in red shirts stand outside of a hospital building holding protest signs.
Trevor Bexon of This Is Reno

Some of the nurses at St. Mary’s Hospital in downtown Reno demonstrated in front of the facility last week to express their concerns about working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bob Conrad is publisher of This Is Reno and he was there covering the protest. He shared what he learned with KUNR’s News Director Michelle Billman.

There's a woman in the forefront. In the background there's a crowd of people. Some are holding American flags.
Lucia Starbuck / This Is Reno

Across the country, groups have taken to the streets in recent weeks protesting so-called “stay-at-home” orders meant to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. They argue the measures that are supposed to keep people safe are actually doing more harm to the economy. KUNR’s Paul Boger spoke with Lucia Starbuck who’s covered the local protests for our media partner This Is Reno.

Hemp plants growing out of dirt.
Nevada Department of Agriculture

CBD, which is short for cannabidiol, can be found in the cannabis plant. Products containing CBD are easily accessible, but regulations remain unclear on selling these products in Washoe County. KUNR’s Lucia Starbuck talked to ThisisReno’s Bob Conrad about this issue.