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RTC Head: Trump Infrastructure Plan 'Breaks A Promise'

On Monday, President Donald Trump finally unveiled his long awaited infrastructure plan. It includes $200 billion in new funding, but under the proposed incentive structure, only 20 percent of any given project can be funded by the federal government.

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Geothermal Energy

Aug 20, 2010

Dan Erwine talks about geothermal energy, considered to be one of the most reliable of the renewable energy sources, but more transmission lines are needed. In the studio is Paul Thomsen, Director of Policy and Business Development at Reno's Ormat Technologies.

Nevada Veterans

Aug 13, 2010

Dan Erwine explores the needs of Nevada's numerous veterans after many years of war. In the studio is Caleb Cage. He was recently appointed by the Governor to be Executive Director of the Nevada Office of Veterans Services.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Aug 6, 2010

Dan Erwine looks at research into the causes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome being conducted in Reno by the Whittemore-Peterson Institute. The institute moves into its new home at UNR's Center for Molecular Medicine this month. In the studio is Mike Hillerby, Vice-President of the Whittemore-Peterson Institute.

Road Diet

Jul 30, 2010

Dan Erwine describes the "Road Diet," new street painting on Arlington Avenue and California Street in Reno. The intent is to improve safety for bicycles on city streets. In the studio was Scott Gibson, project manager for the Regional Transportation Commission.

Social Security

Jul 23, 2010

This week, Dan Erwine talks about the Social Security deficit and whether your monthly check will be there when you need it. The guest is Christopher K. Abts, founder and president of Cornerstone Retirement Group in Reno.

Feds Consider Listing Tree as Endangered

Jul 19, 2010
US Forest Service

StoryCorps Reno

Jul 19, 2010

Hal Taylor and Tova Ramos signed up for an interview in the StoryCorps booth while it was in Reno. Then they continued the conversation.

Fields to Fork

Jul 16, 2010

This week on Nevada Newsline, Dan Erwine tries to understand the different levels of organic produce and how farm-fresh foods are certified organic. In the studio this week was Dan Smith, a nutritional counselor and Stephen Bird, an inspector with California Certified Organic Farmers. Also, the latest on Hot August Nights.

Nevada's Casino Industry

Jul 9, 2010

Dan Erwine takes a look at the health of Northern Nevada's casino industry. Joining him in the studio is David Farahi, Director of Investor Relations at Monarch Casino and Resort which owns the Atlantis in Reno.

New Sources of Energy

Jul 2, 2010

Dan Erwine exlores news sources of energy in light of the BP oil spill. Joining him in the studios is Chuck Coronella, associate professor in UNR's Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering.

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"Las quinceañeras mueve el dinero en nuestra comunidad"

Dec 19, 2017
El pastel no es un pastel regular de cumpleaños. Cuesta$500-$2,000 dolares y es para lo menos 200 personas
Stephanie Serrano

La Industria de las quinceañeras sigue creciendo en Reno y aumentando el impacto económico en nuestra comunidad, proporcionando trabajos para muchas personas  de la zona. Nuestra reportera Stephanie Serrano se sumerge en la industria y explora qué es lo necesario para organizar la celebración de una quinceañera.

Angélica Puga tiene quince años y cree que tener una celebración de quinceañera es algo más que ostentación y glamor, es el momento en el que ella se convierte en una latina independiente.

KUNR Launches New Show Friday Night at 7 p.m.

Tune in to hear KUNR's latest show "It's Been A Minute with Sam Sanders"

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Join KUNR's Legacy Society

Please consider a planned gift to KUNR in your estate planning this year

Nevada Classical & Jazz 89.5 FM

In Reno-Sparks, tune in to 89.5 or stream live here from anywhere. And NEW! The American Opera Series runs Saturday mornings at 10.

KUNR & the CPB

With the proposed federal budget cuts to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, learn more about KUNR's relationship with the CPB.