Our Someone 2 Know, Doug Whitener, has survived skin cancer three times, has been an educator for 45 years and recently published a book on key strategies for child development.
Our Someone 2 Know opened a new business in Reno a few months ago, called Rapid Recovery.
Our Someone 2 Know is a born and bred Reno-ite and absolutely loves everything northern Nevada has to offer.
This week's Someone 2 Know is being honored by the American Red Cross in their Everyday Heroes program.
This week's Someone 2 Know was born and raised in Reno - and is now making national headlines.
We first met our Someone 2 Know, Jennie Gilbert Ross, about three years ago when she began writing the Slicker McQuicker children's stories.
This week's Someone 2 Know is being honored by the American Red Cross in their Everyday Heroes Program. The non-profit encourages the public to nominate individuals, groups or companies who are making a difference in northern Nevada.
Our Someone 2 Know was born on a small reservation in rural Nevada, graduated Wooster High School in Reno and left for art college in Oakland when he was just 17 years old. Today, Jack Malotte’s rich and colorful creations tell the tale of the issues and people that impact his life.
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.