Nevada Democrats Head Toward Election With 89,000-Voter LeadNevada Democrats head into voting season with an 89,000-person registration lead over Republicans.
Nevadans Can Start Casting Their Ballots SaturdayNevadans don't have to wait until Nov. 8 to cast their ballot because two weeks of early voting begins Saturday.
Heck Campaign Voices Confidence in Nevada Elections ChiefRepublican Rep. Joe Heck's campaign says the Senate candidate has a great deal of confidence in Nevada's elections chief and will undoubtedly accept the results of his own race.
Clark County Sees First Flu-Related Death of SeasonClark County has reported its first flu-related death of this year's flu season.
Three Nevadans Among Clinton's Guests to UNLV DebateThree Nevadans from immigrant families will join Hillary Clinton at the final presidential debate.
Taco Trucks to the Rescue Today on Voter Registration DeadlineA fleet of taco trucks is on duty to help Nevadans register to vote in time for the election.
State, Federal Officials: Nevada Voting Will be SecureTop state election officials and federal authorities in Nevada say plans are in place to ensure a fraud-free vote on Nov. 8.
Voter Registration Ends Today in NevadaThe voter registration deadline in Nevada is here.
Obama, Other Political Stars Hit Campaign Trail in NevadaIt'll be a star-studded week on the campaign trail in Nevada, even apart from Wednesday's presidential debate at UNLV.
Accidental Shootings Survey Finds 3 Vegas-Area Child DeathsNevada came out near the bottom in a comparison of the rate of accidental fatal shootings involving children nationwide.
Sandoval Won't Propose Ending Death Penalty; Others CouldGov. Brian Sandoval says he won't propose abolishing the death penalty after Nevada ran out of lethal injection drugs.
Nevada Settles Patient-Dumping Lawsuit Claim with InsurerNevada is agreeing to pay $300,000 to settle a lawsuit with an insurance provider that wouldn't pay a state claim to settle allegations of patient dumping with the city of San Francisco.