Cameras at the vote counting facility in a Nevada county still counting midterm election votes stopped broadcasting overnight, officials said on Nov. 10.
"In the future we will look for a solution that would prevent software disruptions or simply not offer a courtesy livestream feed..."
Project Veritas on Thursday released undercover video of a 'Nevada Democratic Victory' staffer bashing Hispanic voters.
For Republicans to take control of the U.S. Senate, they'll need to flip at least one seat currently held by Democrats. That's looking increasingly likely, as the Republican challenger in Nevada is pulling ahead of the incumbent Democrat in the lates
Paris Las Vegas Hotel caught hiring PRIVATE gun confiscation goon squads to RAID guests' rooms in search of legally acquired firearms
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JUST IN: Democrat Official Robert Telles Arrested in Connection to Murder of Las Vegas Review-Journal Reporter Jeff German
Police believe he was in an altercation with another person on Friday in the late morning that led to him being stabbed.
--that threatens to ruin final day of Nevada festival: Hundreds leave early to escape the dust while others strip off in 102F heat ahead of grand finale
Arizona and Nevada face deeper cuts on the amount of water they can draw from the drought-stricken Colorado River, the Interior Department's Bureau of Reclamation said Tuesday.
"Water pouring inside Caesars Las Vegas."
Update (1430ET): The US Bureau of Reclamation issued a statement clarifying that there was 'no risk to the power grid or to power output' at the Hoover Dam and confirmed that electrical equipment had caught fire and was now extinguished.
At approximately 10 a.m. (PDT) the A5 transformer at Hoover Dam caught fire and was extinguished by the Reclamation/Hoover fire brigade at approximately 10:30 a.m. There are no injuries to visitors or employees.
...with tourists heard saying 'something's blown up'
Another devastating consequence of weather warfare in drought-stricken western US…