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Tag: Distracted Driving

August 6, 2020

As many businesses closed throughout Reno and Las Vegas in late March, the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles was no exception. However, this left many Nevadans unable to renew their license, obtain their permits, or register their vehicles.  As Nevada entered its second phase of reopening, the DMV unveiled their plans on reopening. How will […]


July 28, 2020

As July comes to an end, many parents and students in Nevada wonder if they will be returning to school in August due to Covid-19. While both Washoe County and Clark County have unveiled preliminary plans for reopening, the fate of the 2020-2021 school year is unknown. If school were to start, Northern Nevada hopes […]


July 23, 2020

Learning to drive and getting a driver’s license is a rite of passage for many teenagers in Nevada.   However, for many parents, teen driving is worrisome, especially when their children have access to distractions at their fingertips. This year Northern Nevada saw several car accidents where teen drivers were involved. This leads one to ask […]


July 16, 2020

As Nevadans continue to grow accustomed to the new norm in the month of July, they face a growing number of Covid-19 cases, which has resulted in the extension of Phase 2 reopening to the end of the month. As businesses and casinos begin reopening in downtown Reno, the Reno police have noticed a spike […]


July 10, 2020

NOTE: This article involves details of a mental health emergency and suicide rates in the United States and in Nevada specifically. If you are contemplating hurting yourself in any way, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) for help. At the beginning of the month of June, a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper saved […]


July 6, 2020

The month of June was something of a rollercoaster ride for northern Nevadans. At the start of the month, Nevada was entering its second phase of reopening after nearly three months of being largely shut down amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic. But as the month ended, new cases of coronavirus infections were spiking in most […]


June 30, 2020

Depending on whose timeline you adopt, we are now nearly half a year into the novel coronavirus pandemic. While we seem to be experiencing a lull in new infections and deaths in Nevada, the crisis is far from over. Restaurants and bars are beginning to reopen, but many public gathering places are still closed including […]


June 29, 2020

Each summer, millions of travelers hit the open road to enjoy the majestic landscape of the United States. Preparing for any vacation is exciting, but when you are planning to explore the great outdoors, it presents a unique set of circumstances to consider. If you were planning a vacation to a Caribbean island, a bathing […]


June 28, 2020

During uncertain times, you want to keep yourself and your family safe. Usually that means staying close to home, but sometimes you need to travel. Whether for leisure, work, or safety, you need to ensure that you and your loved ones get to a new location safely. The best thing you can do for your […]


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