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  • Judge selection process altered for Marquez-Bradley fight

    In a reaction to the dubious judging of fights involving Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao in the last 16 months, Nevada has altered its selection process for judges and referees. Starting with Saturday night’s World Boxing Organization...
  • Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to run again in 2016

    In between jousting with Republicans and hurling invective their way over the government shutdown, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada has let it be known he would be seeking reelection in 2016. The five-term Democratic lawmaker made clear his...
  • Nevada middle school shooting: 2 dead, 2 hospitalized, shooter 'neutralized'

    Two people are dead and two are hospitalized following a shooting Monday morning at Sparks Middle School in Nevada, just outside of Reno, according to officials. The victims were not immediately identified during a press conference, according to the...
  • Shooting at middle school in Sparks, Nev.: Slain teacher identified

    A middle-school student in Sparks, Nev., shot and killed a teacher and wounded two other students before apparently killing himself on campus, police said Monday. Further details about the shooting at Sparks Middle School shortly after 7 a.m. remained...
  • Sparks, Nev., stunned after student kills teacher, himself

    SPARKS, Nev. — A middle school crowded with parents dropping off their children and students hurrying to class erupted into chaos Monday morning as a student drew a semiautomatic handgun and opened fire, killing a teacher and wounding two students...
  • Nevada lawmaker stirs outrage saying he would vote for slavery

    Nevada lawmaker stirs outrage saying he would vote for slavery
    One of the fundamental questions of our representative democracy is the role our proxies — that is, those we elect as our voices in Washington, to serve our interests in state capitals and speak for us at City Halls and on county boards —...
  • Reno hospital shooting draws expressions of shock and sadness

    A shooting at the Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno on Tuesday prompted a flurry of Twitter activity from witnesses, journalists and community members that reflected tones of both shock and sadness. Reports of the shooting appeared shortly after...
  • Los desmanes de dos dictadores amigos

    El camino hacia el socialismo o comunismo, como quiera uno llamarlo en Cuba y Venezuela ha sido distinto. El primero vino de sopetón, impuesto por la fuerza de una revolución traicionada. El segundo ha sido más paulatino. Doce años después que Hugo...
  • Nevada governor calls speculation about Ensign replacement 'premature'

    Nevada governor calls speculation about Ensign replacement 'premature'
    Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) said Friday that he plans to name a new senator to fill the vacancy caused by John Ensign's (R-Nev.) resignation before May 3, and called early speculation about potential appointees "premature." When Ensign announced his...
  • Sharron Angle won't run for Congress this year, calling special election 'illegitimate'

    Calling the planned special election "illegitimate," Sharron Angle said Wednesday that she will not be a candidate in the September race to fill a vacant congressional seat in Nevada. After the state's governor called for the vote last month, Secretary...
  • Romney niega rotundamente ser antinmigrante

    Romney niega rotundamente ser antinmigrante
    Un agresivo Mitt Romney desafió insistentemente a su rival por la candidatura presidencial republicana Newt Gingrich, el jueves por la noche, durante un debate de ritmo vertiginoso, cuya apertura se concentró en el tema de la inmigración. Romney se...