Editor’s Note: For listeners who might be sensitive, this story contains subject material that relates to the erasure of communities through systematic means – and while not explicitly featuring children, does include how they navigated traumas that might still be very real for some. Last year, the Department of Interior began investigating the traumatic legacy… [Read More]
The Supreme Court issued an expected opinion Friday overturning a 50-year constitutional right to abortion and igniting an issue that could play a significant role in the November midterm elections. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV), considered the most endangered Senate Democrat of the 2022 cycle, said it was “a devastating day for women in America.” “People in… [Read More]
Eloisa Mendoza, who leads Elko Hispanic Services, is accustomed to steady, slow work days in her office, where she assists Latino immigrant community members with their immigration paperwork and translation services. That quickly changed in 2018 when community members began to flood her office with concerns that their federal immigration documents, such as permanent residency… [Read More]
The City of Reno will host a virtual town hall in Spanish, with subtitles in English, to answer questions from the community about health, business, public safety and education. The online event will take place Friday, May 1, at 1 p.m. on the City of Reno’s YouTube channel and on television via our local Univision… [Read More]
Like many other students across the country participating in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, María Villaseñor-Magana anxiously waits for the upcoming United States Supreme Court decision about the policy’s continuation. DACA is a government policy that offers young immigrants like Villaseñor-Magana temporary work authorization in the United States. Through this program, certain… [Read More]
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto has released a small business resource guide in both English and Spanish.
Vermont Senator and former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to hundreds of people at the University of Nevada, Reno yesterday. He campaigned for Hillary Clinton and U.S. Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto.