The Northern Nevada Medical Center's new freestanding ER is located at the Canyon Center Shopping Plaza at 10290 N. McCarran Blvd.
The Fallon City Hall was built in the early 1930s and was designed by architect Frederick DeLongchamps in a mission/Spanish Revival style.
This building on Williams Avenue formerly housed the Fallon Eagle-Standard newspaper.
This schematic shows more detail planned for the TRIC building. Courtesy Tolles Development Company
An overview of the 610,000 square foot building planned for TRIC east of Reno. Courtesy Tolles Development Company
This 106,130-square-foot building at 5190 Neil Road sold for $14.87 million in 2018.
The 86,471-square-foot building at 645 E. Plumb Lane was constructed in 1964.
San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy, left, signs a few hats for 12-year-old Matt Campell while best-selling author Kevin Freiberg (back, left) and University of Nevada manager T.J. Bruce look on before the 34th-annual Bobby Dolan Baseball Dinner on Thursday at the Reno Ballroom.
Boise State guard Chandler Hutchison goes up for a dunk against San Diego State forward Malik Pope on Jan. 13. Hutchison leads the Broncos into Reno on Saturday.
Haley Garver drives to the basket in a game against Damonte Ranch on Tuesday.
Lauren Lemburg drives the key to score a basket against Damonte Ranch on Tuesday.
Derek Barry drives to the basket in a game against Damonte Ranch on Tuesday night.
Hunter Rauh shoots a junp shot in a game against Damonte Ranch on Tuesday night.
Abel Carter drives the lane in a game against Damonte Ranch on Tuesday night.
An overhead view of the largest speculative building ever constructed in Nevada, an 800,000-square-foot facility at North Valley’s Commerce Center, which was wholly leased to S&S Activewear.
A snowboarder makes turns in January 2019 at Heavenly Mountain Resort on Lake Tahoe's South Shore. Heavenly is one of three Vail Resorts-owned ski areas in the greater Reno-Tahoe region.
Skiers, riders and shoppers flooded the Village at Squaw Valley on Saturday, Jan. 2; the Tahoe-Truckee region was packed with visitors for the Christmas and New Year's holidays.
The parking lot at Squaw Valley was packed on Saturday, Jan. 2, with skiers and village patrons.
North Lake Tahoe's reputation as a winter and summer destinantion has created an economy reliant on visitors who come to enjoy snow covered peaks and serene lake views.
More than 150 people packed a meeting room at Sierra Nevada College Monday, Jan. 21.
Washoe County Commissioner Marsha Berkbigler speaks at a meeting Monday in Incline Village.
The 60,000 square foot facility at 745 W. Moana Lane is expected to open in early 2020.
Roughly 115 businesses participated in the Alliance business expo on Wednesday, Jan. 24, at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.
A lack of affordable housing will be a key issue during this year's Legislative session.
Assemblywoman Robin Titus, left, speaks to educators from Oasis Academy and Western Nevada College at the Jan. 9 CEDA breakfast.
Johnny Hargrove, left, of NV Energy speaks with State Sen. James Settelmeyer on Jan. 9.
Darrell Plummer, left, owner and real estate broker for the Fallon branch of Sierra Nevada Properties, speaks to agent Carol Arciniega on Jan. 11.
Darrell Plummer, center, real estate broker and owner of Sierra Nevada Properties, cuts the ribbon to celebrate the official grand opening of the Fallon branch on Jan. 11.
Western Way Nevada Director Blake Guinn addresses the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.
Assemblyman Jim Wheeler, R-Gardnerville, applauds during Gov. Sisolak's State of the State Address on Jan. 17 in Carson City.
Northern Nevada jobseekers use the self-service resource center at the American Job Center of Nevada, located inside the Reno Town Mall.
Madam Bella Cummins, sole proprietor of the Hacienda Ranch, is highly invested in fighting off the judgments she’s faced as a brothel owner and in improving the image of Nevada’s sex industry as a whole.
Nevada's Caleb Martin, left, Cody Martin and Jordan Caroline talk on the bench during a home win earlier this season.
Nevada men's basketball fan Michael Forman shops at Silver and Blue Outfitters prior to the Wolf Pack's home game against San Jose State on Jan. 9.
Chuck Patterson skis fresh powder at Squaw Valley on Thursday, Jan. 17.
Reno resident George Stewart jumped from a career in finance to a career at Tesla through the Gigafactory Training Gateway program.
Since breaking ground in 2014, Tesla has completed about 30 percent of its planned 5.8-million-square-foot Gigafactory in Storey County.
Las Vegas native Isabelle West, 19, was one of the first Nevadans to kick-start a career at the Tesla Gigafactory, located east of Reno, through the electric carmaker's manufacturing development program.
Gov. Steve Sisolak says the initiative aims to address some of the unique challenges and opportunities that exist for start-ups in Nevada's small towns.
A look inside one of the many suites at the legal Mustang Ranch brothel in Storey County, which provides full- and part-time jobs for more than 160 people on a $5.7 million payroll, according to the brothel.
Alice Little is an ambassador for the Nevada Brothel Association.
Lyon County is working to ensure its four legal brothels remain properly licensed after the death of former owner Dennis Hof, county manager Jeff Page said.
Legal sex worker Alice Little is an ambassador for the Nevada Brothel Association.
Brenda Sandquist, spokesperson for the End Trafficking and Prostitution (ETAP) campaign
Assemblies of God licensed minister Brenda Sandquist had hoped for a different outcome from Lyon County’s vote last fall, which failed to rescind its brothel ordinance.
Lyon County is working to ensure its four legal brothels remain properly licensed after the death of former owner Dennis Hof, according to county manager Jeff Page.
When Lyon County’s vote on its advisory question to remove the brothels showed residents largely were opposed to it, Moonlite Bunny Ranch worker Alice Little said she and her cohorts were relieved.
A Bently employee talks about the distillery while standing in the renovated Minden Mill.
More than 200 extras lined up for the filming of last year’s Casino Boss episode one, which was filmed inside the Carson Nugget Casino.
Washoe County School District middle school teachers participating in Project ReCharge listen to a presentation given by NV Energy's Justin Jones on Thursday, Jan. 10, at Billinghurst Middle School in Reno.
Drink Coffee Do Stuff products can be found throughout the Reno-Tahoe region.
Nick Visconti spent several years on the professional snowboard circuit.
The Pacific Crest Coffee shop in Truckee is open 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Famed skateboarder Chris Cole is among the pros featured on Stomp Sessions.
Ryan Williams with skateboard legend and Stomp Sessions athlete Ryan Sheckler.
From left are Cherilee and Ryan Sorensen, the new owners of Crystal Cleaners, and Crystal Wickware, who owned the business for 23 years.
Justice Hardesty gives the Oath of Office to Gov. Steve Sisolak during Monday's inauguration.
Rev. Deacon Reynelda James an Elder from the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe leads the invocation on Monday.
The Carson High School Midnight Blues Jazz Ensemble performs on Monday at the inauguration of Gov. Steve Sisolak.
About 500 people attended the inauguration of Gov. Steve Sisolak on Monday at the Capitol Grounds in Carson City.
Sydney Larsen, a fourth-grader at Seeliger Elementary School (in glasses standing at podium, along with Cooper Sandoval, a fourth-grader at Mount Rose Elementary School lead the Pledge of Allegiance along with Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve. Former Gov. Brian Sandoval and Gov. Steve Sisolak also recite the pledge. Larsen and Cooper Sandoval won a coloring contest to lead the pledge on Monday.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak gives his inaugural address on Monday in front of the state Capitol.
A look at the living room in a home for sale that overlooks the Championship Golf Course in Incline Village.
Carson City Manager Nancy Paulson (seen in a file photo here) was among regional county managers on hand for the Jan. 23 event.
Darrell Plummer, broker/owner of Sierra Nevada Properties, is 2019 chair of the Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce Board.
Thomas Leone, founder of Renoagogo, picks up supplies at a Costco in Reno. The new delivery service in North Lake Tahoe will allow residents to have groceries and supplies from any store in Reno delivered straight to their doorstep.
Coldwell Banker Select has donated $1,500 in tips collected from Nevada Day and other recent company events to the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 388.
David Wise holds out his 2018 Winter Olympic gold medal (on left) and 2014 gold medal in his backyard in Verdi.
Natural Resources Conservation Service hydrologist Jeff Anderson measures the snowpack on Jan. 2 at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe.
The Smart Warehousing deal means that all 1.25 million square feet of LogistiCenter at 395, Phase 1, Building A is fully leased.
Guests gather in line to catch their first ride up Vail's Gondola One for the 2018-19 season on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
Karen Moessner, right, director of Domestic Violence Intervention, gasps when Fallon Ford-Toyota General Manager Tim Mitchell tells her DVI received $5,000 from the dealership’s Pay It Forward program. In the center is Chris Henning, co-owner, and with Moessner is Suzette McCusker.
Fallon Ford-Toyota General Manager Tim Mitchell writes the donated amount of money from the dealership’s Pay It Forward program to a charitable organization.
Lt. JG Hayden Hawk, left, the operations officer, and Lt. Cmdr. Stephanie Theiros, commanding officer, present Fallon Ford-Toyota General Manager Tim Mitchell with a wood plaque for the dealership’s contributions to the Churchill County High School Navy Junior ROTC.
Domestic Violence Intervention receives a $5,000 check from Fallon Ford-Toyota’s Pay It Forward program. From left are Suzette McCusker, DVI; Karen Moessner, executive director of DVI; Debbie Workman, DVI; and Fallon Ford-Toyota’s Sarah McQueen, Espy Barajas and Ryan McCormick.