Top GOP Lawmaker Criticizes Sharron Angle

Top Nevada GOP lawmaker endorses Reid, brands Angle as ‘totally ineffective’ lawmaker

Top Nevada GOP lawmaker endorses Reid

RENO, Nev. — Veteran state Sen. Bill Raggio, one of Nevada’s most influential Republicans over the last four decades, says he’s reluctantly endorsing Democratic U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s re-election campaign.

Nevada governor breaks pelvis in horse accident, will have surgery in Reno on Wednesday

Nev. gov to have pelvis surgery after horse fall

Nevada governor breaks hip in horse accident, will have surgery in Reno on Wednesday

Nev. gov to have surgery on hip after horse fall

Horse groups ask federal court for emergency blockage of mustang roundup in Calif., Nevada

Horse advocates ask court to halt mustang roundup

Wild horse deaths rise to 12 in Nevada roundup; court hearing set in Reno to halt gather

12 horses now dead from Nev. roundup; hearing set

Federal court hearing to stop Nevada horse roundup set in Reno; prompted by death of 8 horses

Court hearing on Nevada horse roundup set in Reno

Nevada celebration of ‘Fight of Century’ seeks to drum up support for Jack Johnson pardon

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FBI reviews complaint about BLM horse roundup in Nevada; no decision on opening investigation

FBI reviews complaint about BLM wild horse roundup

In Nevada primary, ‘none’ finishes 2nd to Harry Reid, reflecting voter dissatisfaction

For Nevada voters, ‘none’ is 2nd to Harry Reid

Reno Republican mayor says GOP Senate candidate Angle vs. Reid is “ultra-right winger”

Reno GOP mayor backs Sen. Reid for re-election

Court upholds order that NV irrigation district repay tribe billions of gallons of water

Court denies appeal in tribal irrigation fight

Sen. Harry Reid greeted with applause, sneers on 3-day campaign bus tour in Nevada

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Sen. Harry Reid’s wife released from hospital after undergoing surgery following crash

Sen. Harry Reid’s wife released from hospital

Federal appeals court upholds Nevada limitations on brothel ads in Las Vegas, Reno

Federal court says Nevada can limit brothel ads

Woman named in divorce documents by Nevada first lady accompanies governor on D.C. trip

NV gov takes woman named in divorce papers to D.C.

Nevada gov. fires campaign adviser over comment comparing first ladies to ‘window dressing’

Nevada gov. fires adviser over first lady comment

Nev. governor’s divorce settlement avoids public trial but doesn’t end re-election struggle

No trial, but Nev gov’s divorce damage may be done

Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons, first lady, reach divorce settlement, avoiding public trial

Settlement reached in Nevada governor’s divorce

No jail time for ex-Nevada deputy bribed to sneak food to ‘Girls Gone Wild’ founder

Ex-deputy spared jail in NV ‘Girls Gone Wild’ case

Mustangs found shot dead in Nevada; officials look into whether case linked to horse debate

Wild horses shot to death on range in Nevada

Big storm sweeps out of West, bringing heavy snow and strong winds to Upper Midwest

Big storm targets Midwest with snow, wind

DES MOINES, Iowa — A fierce winter storm was moving into the nation’s midsection Tuesday, promising to wallop the region with heavy snow and strong winds.

Fierce snowstorm hits West; Midwest braces for blizzard conditions

Fierce snowstorm knocks out power in West

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A howling winter storm barreled through the West, hitting the mountain states with snow and fierce winds as it headed toward the country’s midsection on Tuesday.

Heavy snow, high winds hit the West, causing road and school closures

Powerful snowstorm moves through the West

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Stormy winter weather blamed for road closures and dozens of auto accidents is barreling through the West and stretching farther east, with parts of Iowa and Minnesota bracing for the prospect of high winds and blizzard conditions.

Winter storm sweeps across West with heavy snow, strong winds creating havoc on roads

Powerful snowstorm sweeps across West

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A large and powerful storm howled across the West with snow and strong winds Monday, snarling traffic, closing schools and threatening to spawn mudslides in wildfire-devastated Southern California.

Critics at Nevada hearing oppose plan to round up wild horses in West, ship to East

Feds hold hearing on roundup of wild horses

Sheryl Crow joins call for federal government to end wild horse roundups

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