- Federal forecasters say severe drought or worse will continue into next year across much of the West, including parts of western Utah, most of Nevada and practically all of California.
- Secretary of State Ross Miller touted his work enforcing Nevada election law while his opponent Adam Laxalt pointed to his experience in military law in a debate over who should be Nevada's next attorney general.
- A southern Nevada rancher whose backers faced down federal agents during a cattle roundup in April now says he's seen no proof that his cow caused a freeway crash that a Las Vegas schoolteacher blames for her injuries.
- The district attorney in Las Vegas says drug tests weren't complete, and criminal charges weren't ready to be filed against a man who committed suicide after he was accused of crashing his vehicle through the Stratosphere casino doors.
- Officials with Nevada Republican Assemblyman Cresent Hardy's congressional campaign say they plan to keep fundraising amid accusations from Democrats that Hardy's breaking the rules of a blackout period
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