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Terri Hendry


Reno, NV, United States

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Past articles by Terri:

High wind warning system not to be ignored

Washoe Valley is known for its high winds. The Nevada Department of Transportation installed a high-wind warning system with digital billboards and flashing lights to warn motorists when high profile vehicles, 9 feet or higher, are prohibited.Nevada Highwa → Read More

Health officials warn more flu cases in Washoe County can set stage for something worse

Flu cases continue to rise in Washoe County, and health officials are warning the public that influenza can set the stage for something even worse.About 10 percent of the more than 230 cases of flu have led to hospitalization.Only about 33 percent of Nevad → Read More

When will we see new schools in Washoe County?

Voters in November approved WC-1, a ballot measure that will raise Washoe County's sales tax to pay for school building repairs and build new schools. District officials believe the tax will be implemented sometime around April 2017, and the WCSD wouldn't → Read More

Parents, public weigh in on Washoe County superintendent's performance

The public was invited Tuesday to attend a public meeting and provide input into the performance of Washoe County School District's superintendent, Traci Davis.Davis took over the role following the controversial firing of her predecessor, Pedro Martinez, → Read More

Where new clean energy jobs may be created and why Nevada lawmakers will play a role

Nevada lawmakers are going to be hearing from proponents of clean energy technologies. About 80 energy experts, advocates and other citizens are planning to hold a series of public meetings about key policy recommendations that might be made in the 2017 Le → Read More

One big difference in Reno's Downtown Action Plan

It's been months in the making, but now the $100,000 City of Reno Downtown Action plan is being presented to the public in special meetings set for Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016 at 6:30 pm at Reno City Hall. This plan is different than others because it sets a c → Read More

Oakland fire and lessons learned from Reno's Mizpah Hotel fire

In Oakland, there were warning signs. City officials said there were code violation citations issued a month prior to the fire that is now one of the city's deadliest. They also said the city had not signed off on a special permit for what some described → Read More

Rising Reno-area rents hurting some seniors and veterans

Some legal experts are sounding a warning bell over rising rents in the Reno area. The problem is that in some cases it is hitting those on fixed incomes, including senior citizens and veterans. CLICK HERE for Nevada Legal ServicesCLICK HERE for Washoe L → Read More

Washoe County Registrar of Voters weighs in on presidential recounts

The recount is underway in Wisconsin, while legal challenges are being waged in Pennsylvania and Michigan to stop recounts. Nevada will also see recounts in five counties, at the request of Independent Presidential Party candidate Roque De La Fuente.Washo → Read More

UNR Police prepare & train for attacks like one at Ohio State

The violent attack at Ohio State that left 11 people injured and the attacker dead is not going unnoticed at the campuses of the University of Nevada, Reno and Truckee Meadows Community College. While investigators look into the motive for the attack, they → Read More

Early flu season hitting Washoe County hard

If you haven't received a flu shot yet, Washoe County Health officials are urging you to get one. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WHERE TO GET A FLU SHOT CLICK HEREWith just six weeks into the flu season, health officials are saying numbers of confirmed flu cases → Read More

On Your Side: When banks behave badly

When Lake Tahoe attorney Les Shaw tried to modify the loan agreement on his home, he never expected it would result in a years-long court battle. A federal judge in Reno is weighing in on a lawsuit involving a big bank and housing lender. Two Reno attorne → Read More

Clinger investigation gets more expensive while womens' interviews may not be included

The price tag for an investigation of Reno's former City Manager is going to cost taxpayers more. In a 4-2 vote, City Council members agreed to spend an additional $75,000 on the investigation of sexual harassment claims made by three women who worked for → Read More

Dakota pipeline protest 'spills' into Reno

Large protests taking place in North Dakota are now spilling into other cities nationwide, including Reno.The group Nevada Stands with Standing Rock held a demonstration outside the federal building on Booth Street, across from Reno High School. At issue i → Read More

Nevada Wildlife flatly denies re-locating nuisance bears to hunting areas

Tahoe Basin bears are at the center of a unique controversy. Some animal advocates are claiming the Nevada Department of Wildlife is putting relocated nuisance bears into hunting areas. It is a claim NDOW flatly and firmly denies. Bear advocate Carolyn Sta → Read More

Locals weigh in on the tensions over President-Elect Donald Trump

It has been a bruising campaign, and the aftermath still has people on both sides upset. Local Republicans say continued protests across the nation are disrespectful. They believe Americans have spoken and need to unite under President-elect Donald Trump. → Read More

Nevada's significance grows as Presidential race tightens

It appears the landscape is shifting in the final days before the presidential election on Nov. 8. The race between Democrat Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump appears to be tightening. It also looks like Nevada may play a key role in wh → Read More

Many voters are saying enough!

We are heading into the into the final stretch of the 2016 Presidential race. Many say it feels more like a marathon and there is still another week left to go until Nov. 8.SEE BELOW for sites that provide filters and web browser extensions that allow you → Read More

Trends emerge in early voting in Washoe County

Statewide, registered Democrats outnumber registered Republicans, but in the north the GOP has a slight edge. Still, Washoe County Registrar of Voters Luanne Cutler said following three days of early voting, the Democrats outnumber the Republicans in votin → Read More

From guns to pot and more; the ballot questions in review

In addition to the candidates, you will also decide some ballot questions when you cast your vote. Question 1 seeks to close loopholes in private gun sales. It would require an FBI, National Instant Criminal Background Check in all private gun purchases wh → Read More