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Threats to old trees and new opportunities for Nevada’s wine industry This week we are rewinding to share some of our favorite podcast stories from the past, starting with a piece on Bristlecone pines, some of the oldest living things on the pl
Meteorologists analyze summer weather patterns, a dive into ballot questions and a history of oppression in Native communities. This week host Joey Lovato chats with meteorologists in Reno and Las Vegas about weather trends this summer and what
Solving the child care crisis in Nevada, a Congressional District 3 election preview and a needle-exchange program in Elko. This week host Joey Lovato sits down with reporter Naoka Foreman to discuss the issues facing Nevada families regarding
Cave discoveries, a Reno City Hall race preview and a quirky option on Nevada ballots. This week host Joey Lovato has a story about the 100-year anniversary of Lehman Caves in Great Basin National Park and an effort to map more caves across the
Water and tourism woes at Lake Mead, a breakdown of the Inflation Reduction Act and a scientific discovery at UNLV. This week host Joey Lovato, reporter Sean Golonka and reporter Carmen Landinger talk about water cuts at Lake Mead and how the s
Rural counties’ quest to hand count ballots, strip clubs seek slot machines and a standoff between Clark County and a developer who wants to build homes near Red Rock. This week host Joey Lovato and reporter Sean Golonka dive into the efforts i
The past, present and future of the Bristlecone Pine, a preview of the new school year and tribes get a seat at the table with federal agencies. This week host Joey Lovato dives into the world of the Bristlecone Pine, one of the oldest living t
Airport growth in Nevada, the fight for better air quality in East Las Vegas and a Nevada professor’s dream fulfilled at Comic-Con. This week host Joey Lovato has a story about how an increase in air traffic could mean a second airport in Las V
Queer artists talk about identity and expression, what you need to know about the new COVID variant and the impending demise of several Nevada casinos. This week host Joey Lovato has a story about how queer artists are using their creative work
Safety when recreating in the Nevada wilderness, the new mental health hotline and talking about citizen legislators. This week host Joey Lovato chats with Lacey Hankin, a volunteer with the Washoe County Search and Rescue Hasty Team, about saf
Why a therapist uses music to help heal, how COVID changed what we wear and one radio station servicing central rural Nevada. This week we are rewinding to hear some of our favorite podcast stories from the past, starting with a story video pro
Inmates fighting wildfires, a sustainable ranch outside of Elko and microplastics in our environment. This week we are rewinding to hear some of our favorite podcast stories from the past, starting with a segment former intern Zach Bright did o
Why more tiny homes could be coming to Nevada, a dive into “The Big Lie” and candidates that are embracing it and a breakdown of everything going on in D.C. right now. This week we have a piece from reporter Carmen Landinger on a bill that will
Primary election winners and losers, the history of rent control in Reno and summer reading recommendations. This week we have an overview of Nevada’s primary election, with analysis about what happened and what to watch for heading into the ge
Veterans carry dog tags to remember fallen comrades, Clark County boosts teacher pay and meet our two newest interns. Video Producer Tim Lenard recently walked with some veterans and talked to them while they participated in a Memorial Day even
An overview of Nevada’s congressional races and an interview with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg about infrastructure funding. This week we go over all the House races before the 2022 primary election. Reporters Humberto Sanche
A worker shortage in Nevada’s labor market, an on-the-record discussion with Republican gubernatorial candidate Dean Heller and more babies entering the foster care system. This week host Joey Lovato has a story about the labor shortage affecti
Uncertainty surrounding student loan debt, an on-the-record discussion with Republican gubernatorial candidate Joe Lombardo and a few important things to know about water in Nevada. This week reporter Da Yeon Eom has a story about the growing p
Businesses on wheels, the first female Paiute fly fishing guide and how one 16-year-old got a bill passed in the 2021 legislative session. This week we are rewinding to hear some of our favorite podcast stories from the past, starting with a st
Growing grapes in the desert, an exit interview with the Washoe County School District superintendent and abortion laws in Nevada. This week host Joey Lovato has a story about growing grapes for wine in Nevada and why the industry may be poised
A trash problem along the Lake Tahoe shoreline, a Fallon tribe’s fight to preserve ancestral land and big crowds and new beginnings in Las Vegas This week host Joey Lovato talks with members of Clean up the Lake, a group whose mission is –you g
Event industry changes, poll results and climate change in Nevada This week host Joey Lovato sits down with Julia Reed Nichols, the creative director of  The Event People, which is — you guessed it — an event planning business in Las Vegas. The
Formula One’s planned pit stop in Las Vegas, a scourge of school violence and a plan that could move Nevada ahead in presidential primary contests. This week hosts Joey Lovato, Jacob Solis and reporter Howard Stutz have a story on a Formula One
A rise in substance abuse in the Hispanic community, more COVID-19 booster shots and data and a history lesson about Nevada’s quirky state symbols This week, host Joey Lovato talks to reporter Jannelle Calderón about a rise in Hispanic overdose
Highlights from our IndyTalks event with CCSD leaders and a teacher, the Culinary Union complaints against Station Casinos and the head of higher ed in Nevada steps down. This week, The Indy hosted a live IndyTalks event with the Clark County S
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