NRA Gives $798K to Nevada Groups, Including $120K to SchoolsAn Associated Press analysis shows the National Rifle Association gave nearly $120,000 to Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps at seven Nevada high schools in recent years.
Aide: Nevada AG Never Confirmed for NRA Political EventNevada state Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt had not committed to attend a major National Rifle Association political event before his name was taken off the speakers' list, an aide said Thursday.
NRA Group Airs 1st Ad Against Nevada Gun Buy Checks MeasureA National Rifle Association-backed group is airing its first TV ads featuring the Nevada state attorney general and three sheriffs urging voters to reject a gun-purchase background checks measure on the November statewide ballot.
First Ad Airs in Nevada Battle Over Gun Background Checks VoteThe first advertising shots are being fired in Nevada in the campaign for and against stricter gun-purchase background checks.
New Nevada NRA Ad Calls Clinton Out-of-Touch on GunsThe National Rifle Association is running ads in Nevada accusing Hillary Clinton of trying to leave people defenseless.
NRA Office Will Target Nevada Gun Background Check MeasureThe National Rifle Association is stepping up its fight against a Nevada ballot question that would create a universal background check for gun purchases in the state.
NRA Fighting NV Gun Ballot MeasureVoters to decide on mandatory background checks on all gun purchases, including gun shows, online and private parties
Las Vegas DA Backs Nevada Gun Background Check InitiativeThe top prosecutor in Las Vegas says he's backing a ballot measure to require criminal background checks on all weapon sales in Nevada, including online and at gun shows.
Advocates: Vegas Woman Slaying Illustrates Findings of StudyAdvocates say the shotgun killing of a Las Vegas woman on a neighbor's doorstep as she fled from her ex-husband this week illustrates a deadly link between firearms and domestic homicides.
Protest Rally Against NM Police Shooting ContestMore than a dozen demonstrators stood outside a shooting range Saturday morning where Albuquerque is hosting a national police shooting contest.
Gun Debate Revives Questions About Self-DefenseThe beam from the intruder's flashlight pierced the blackness of the bedroom at 4:45 a.m., sweeping across the down comforter and into Eric Martin's eyes. Outside, the streets of his Utah subdivision lay still and silent.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 04/03/13: Denny’s, School Security, And The Man About TownToday, U.S. Congressman Joe Heck will address the Nevada Legislature.