Congressional session ends. What did Nevada gain?

By the skin of their teeth, congressional lawmakers passed a $1 trillion budget through next summer, approved all military spending and passed a series of tax breaks.

Ceremony marking new national monument in Nevada

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Ticket donation raises more than $26,000 for Salvation Army

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NV Energy turns over documents on smart meters to state 

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USFS rejects Nevada plan to refill Incline Lake above Tahoe

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Suspects at large in Sparks armed robbery  

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NV lawmaker backs bill to allow bars to permit dogs

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