Many state lawmakers are forming political action committees in an effort to keep or gain control of the Legislature.
Nearly 9,500 Nevadan’s registered to vote in April, with Democrats adding 1,638 more voters than Republicans.
Democrats still outnumber Republicans in Nevada, but the margin is shrinking.
A screening committee has chosen three finalists to become Clark County’s next district attorney.
It’s shaping up to be a tight race for the U.S. Senate in Nevada.
Las Vegas Democratic State Sen. Mo Denis is leaving his job as a computer technician for the Public Utilities Commission amid a lawsuit charging his roles as a state employee and state lawmaker pose a conflict of interest.
Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller is dropping a plan to prohibit local voting officials from releasing unofficial election results without his approval after state Democrats and the Nevada Press Association complained.
State Sen. John Lee is bowing out of Nevada’s congressional race for a newly created seat.
Jobs and fundraising will be President Obama’s focuses when he visits Las Vegas later today.
KXNT’s Robert Rytina takes a look at the past presidential debate held at UNLV back in 2007, and looks ahead to tonight’s high-stakes showdown between GOP rivals at the Venitian.