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Judge dismisses charges in Nevada fake electors case

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford said he will take the case directly to the state Supreme Court.

Port of Nevada near Fernley ‘huge opportunity’ for area

The Port of Nevada accepted its first intermodal shipments in May from the Port of Oakland, the nation’s ninth-busiest seaport.

Data storage could double energy use in 8 years, NV Energy CEO says

Data centers are already booming in the Reno/Sparks/Fernley area as Switch, Apple, eBay, and Google all have a data-center presence here.

Locals attend D-Day 80th anniversary ceremonies

The worlds of Army soldier Anthony “Tony” Pagano of Sparks and Holocaust survivor Leon Malmed of South Lake Tahoe, Calif., intersected June 6 at the 80th anniversary of the D-Day invasion in northern France.

Nevada expands electronic voting; election security experts concerned

The new process — the ability to cast ballots electronically — has the potential to significantly boost turnout among all tribes in Nevada.

RFK Jr. sues Nevada official over ballot access

The campaign said a requirement independent candidates must name their running mate by the time they start gathering signatures for ballot access is unconstitutional.

D-Day at 80: A pivotal day for the Allies

June 6, 1944: Thousands of soldiers liberate France in crucial assault against German forces.

Reno air races land in New Mexico

Roswell was chosen over two other finalists: Pueblo, Colo., and Casper, Wyo.

Yeager wants education funded at national average in decade

Democratic lawmakers will push for a 10-year plan to eventually fund Nevada K-12 education at the national average, Assembly Speaker Steven Yeager, D-Las Vegas, said.

Body of missing woman found in Churchill County

The body of a missing woman was found May 22 in remote Churchill County, the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday. The woman, Sara Arlene Filiatraut, 25, of Michigan, was reported missing to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office on April 15.

Fossils, history and nature: A trip to Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park

Take a trip to the remote wilderness to see the largest concentration of ichthyosaur fossils in the world and check out the ghost town of Berlin.

Nevada Supreme Court says Voter ID can be on ballot

Organizers must gather just over 100,000 valid signatures by June 26 for it to be eligible.

Aguilar: Vote counting can start earlier this election

The changes could help quell anxiety over close races in a western swing state known for razor-thin margins.

Abortion-rights measure has enough signatures for ballot, supporters say

Supporters submitted more than 200,000 signatures. Proponents need 102,000 valid signatures by June 26 to qualify for the ballot.

Yerington production well damaged, county seeks funding for repairs

The city of Yerington’s water supply could be impacted in the coming months after a primary production well sustained catastrophic damages.

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