Ken Bone Knows His 15 Minutes of Fame Are Almost UpKen Bone knows his time in the spotlight is winding down as the presidential race draws to a close.
Trump, Clinton Trade Sharp Blows at UNLV DebateDonald Trump is again refusing to promise that he'd accept defeat on Nov. 8 if Americans choose Hillary Clinton as the 45th president.
Who Won? KXNT Post Debate Analysis with Harris, StockKXNT's own Heidi Harris and Alan Stock led a host of interested viewers tonight at Ichabod's Lounge for a debate viewing party -- and as you'd expect, they both had some strong opinions on the results of the debate.
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Cancelled Stones Concert May Ease Vegas TrafficMick Jagger's sore throat may have helped ease a bad case of congestion Wednesday.
'Huge' Debate Keeping UNLV Campus BusyGraduate student and Chicago native Sparkle Payne took the scene in stride as she crossed the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, campus after psychology class.
Taco Trucks Put Heat on Trump, Hotel Union FightSome of the action before the third and final debate was happening away from the UNLV campus that is playing host to the televised event.
Outside UNLV Arena, a Buzz of Debate ActivityHours before Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump meet for their third and final presidential debate, it was anything but quiet outside the Thomas & Mack Arena on the UNLV campus in Las Vegas.
Pence: Debate Will Focus on 'Bigger Things'Mike Pence is predicting Wednesday's final presidential debate will revolve around "bigger things" facing the nation, rather than controversies surrounding Hillary Clinton.
Clinton, Trump Set for Last Debate at UNLVHillary Clinton and Donald Trump's ugly and acrimonious battle for the White House is barreling toward the end, with the candidates taking the debate stage Wednesday night for one final primetime showdown.
Three Nevadans Among Clinton's Guests to UNLV DebateThree Nevadans from immigrant families will join Hillary Clinton at the final presidential debate.
VIEWERS' GUIDE: Candidates Hone Final Arguments for Round 3It was barely three weeks ago that Donald Trump opened the first presidential debate by asking, with faux deference, if it was OK to refer to his opponent as "Secretary Clinton."