First TV ad by Democratic rival Kihuen juxtaposes time periods, cites legislation that GOP incumbent never voted on
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It’s called the “Battle Born” state, but the Civil War was all but over by the time Nevada won its star 150 years ago. But there was plenty more fighting ahead for residents of the 36th state.
It begins this Thursday with a song.
Two parades, one historical, one possibly hysterical, are coming to downtown Las Vegas on Friday and will alter traditional traffic patterns.
Historically an agricultural region where alfalfa and dairy cattle are still king, Churchill County is also home to the Fallon Naval Air Station, where pilots practice their skills in high-tech aircraft over the open spaces near the county seat.
From prostitutes to mobsters, firing squads to lethal gas, the eclectic crimes committed and punishments handed out have evolved with the Silver State and kept law enforcement officers and crime reporters alike in business since 1864.
It seemed out of place to refer to gaming industry pioneer Frank Fertitta Jr. by his first name.
If beauty played a role in deciding Nevada’s highest point, Wheeler Peak, crown jewel of Great Basin National Park at the eastern edge of the state, would be the winner hands down.
Elko County — the fourth-largest in area in the lower 48 states — has left an out-sized imprint on American commerce and culture.
Lander County is home to bustling mines, wide-open spaces, ghost towns and even a castle. Then there’s that whole “Armpit of America” thing.