In 2002, the state had four morning newspapers, four evening papers, and four Sunday papers. The leading newspaper was the Las Vegas Review–Journal, with a daily circulation of 165,754 and a Sunday circulation of 217,419. The Reno Gazette–Journal, with a daily circulation of 66,919 and Sunday circulation of 84,981, is the most influential newspaper in the northern half of the state. The regional interest Nevada magazine is published six times a year.