Our Someone 2 Know has answered many skin care questions during our “Ask The Doctor” segments that run during our Monday evening newscasts.
Adia Walker started playing several sports when she was just five years old and now focuses exclusively on basketball and is on track to be one of Nevada’s stand-out players.
Our Someone 2 Know is the fourth generation to run a family-owned insurance company here in Washoe County.
Mark Wellman is internationally recognized for being the first paraplegic athlete to climb the sheer rock cliffs of El Capitan in Yosemite.
The path to success for our Someone 2 Know began in service to others. Before coming to Reno and eventually running an auto empire, Sandy Pearce Raffealli lived and worked in an impoverished community in Oklahoma.
Our Someone 2 Know has studied, taught and created art in the US. for decades. Zhi Lin he spent many years in the Sierra Nevada retracing the steps of thousands of Chinese laborers who built the Transcontinental Railroad.
Our Someone 2 Know performed his first magic show when he was just 12 years old. Decades later Krendl has evolved into a world class escape artist.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Our Someone 2 Know has been an advocate for, and provided services to, victims for 20 years.
This week, people are honoring dispatchers...and our Someone 2 Know knows how important the work is.
Our Someone 2 Know, Allyson Preston, considers the the non-profit Boys and Girls Club her home away from home and says she plans to make the experience just as special for others like her.
Our Someone 2 Know, Marie Baxter, has always had a heart for helping others - especially children. And while you may not know her name, you will very likely recognize the charitable work she's done in northern Nevada.
The first person you interact with when you get to work or school can often make or break your day, that's why Spanish Springs Elementary values their administrative secretary so much - they say Tawnya Thomas is as good as gold.