No sleep for Lucy Flores in 24-hour campaign blitz

Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Lucy Flores is planning 24 straight hours of campaign events in an effort to push more Nevada voters to the polls.

Police identify dead Ottawa gunman  

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No high alert at Nevada State Capitol after shootings in Canada  

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Mayor Cashell honored at his last city council meeting 

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Carson City man arrested in Hawaii for child pornography 

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Stateline man arrested for alleged unlawful contact with a minor

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