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Here are your local headlines for the morning of Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2021.

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Here are your local news headlines for the morning of Wednesday, Apr. 21, 2021.

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Here are your local news headlines for the morning of Wednesday, Apr. 14, 2021.

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Here are your local news headlines for the morning of Friday, Mar. 12, 2021.

Here are your local news headlines for the morning of Friday, Feb. 12, 2021.

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Here are the morning news headlines for Monday, Feb. 8, 2021.

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These are your morning news headlines for Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021.

El Gobernador de Nevada Steve Sisolak durante una conferencia de prensa.
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El Gobernador de Nevada Steve Sisolak dice que propondrá permisos de un día al mes sin goce de sueldo para los empleados estatales, así como congelar aumentos salariales por mérito y efectuar al menos 50 despidos para atender el déficit presupuestario relacionado con la pandemia en el estado.

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Gov. Steve Sisolak says he’ll propose furloughs of one day a month for state employees, as well as a freeze in merit salary raises and fewer than 50 layoffs to help address the state’s pandemic-related budget shortfall.

Cada día que nos retrasamos aquí, estoy perdiendo una docena de personas  que van a morir como resultado de esto.
Crystal Willis / KUNR

El gobernador de Nevada, Steve Sisolak, ordenó que todos los negocios no esenciales en el estado cierren al mediodía del miércoles, 18 de marzo.

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The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing federal, state and local governments to take drastic measures. And in Nevada, Gov. Steve Sisolak did something never done before: he ordered all casinos in the state to shut down for 30 days.

What are you willing to do to save your own life and the lives of those you love? We absolutely must take this step for every Nevadan’s health and safety.
Crystal Willis / KUNR

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has ordered all non-essential businesses in the state to shut down for 30 days in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. That includes bars, dine-in restaurants, retail stores, hotels, salons and barbershops. The closure even extends to the state’s gaming industry. Included on the list of non-essential are all casinos — which were shuttered last night. To help us break it all down is KUNR’s Paul Boger.

Photos: GOP Midterm Election Viewing Party

Nov 7, 2018
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Krysta Scripter

About 200 people went to the GOP viewing party to wait for Tuesday's midterm election results at the Grand Sierra Resort. Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Adam Laxalt gave his concession speech after losing to Democrat Steve Sisolak. Laxalt called Sisolak just before he took the stage, promising to offer any help he could to Nevada's new governor. 

Click through the slideshow to see more of Tuesday night's event. 

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Jana Sayson

Democrats in Nevada saw big wins across the Silver State on election night, winning several statewide offices including U.S. Senate and governor. KUNR’s Paul Boger has more.

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Steve Sisolak talks with a farmer in rural Nevada.
Paul Boger

The race for Nevada's next governor has drawn a lot of attention. Not only will the election determine who will lead the state for the next four years, but it may also help decide key down-ballot races as well. KUNR's Paul Boger caught up with Democratic nominee for governor Steve Sisolak at a recent campaign event in Northern Nevada to see how the campaign is going and where the candidate stands on certain issues.

The 2018 Midterms are just 30 days away, and office-seekers in Nevada are crisscrossing the state working to drum up support ahead of the November election.

KUNR's Paul Boger sat down with Professor Lokken and has this report. 

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Jacob Solis

On the same day President Donald Trump visited Las Vegas for the state Republican convention, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren headlined the Democratic event in Reno. Her appearance comes at a crucial time for state Democrats who have to decide just how progressive they want to be in the run-up to this November's general election. 

Jacob Solis

The results are in and Republicans and Democrats have selected their nominees in the race to be Nevada’s next governor. Reno Public Radio's Paul Boger reports.

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Early voting has begun in the Nevada primary, but that doesn’t mean candidates have stopped campaigning. When KUNR last spoke with Clark Commissioner and Democratic Candidate for Governor Steve Sisolak, he explained that increasing access to healthcare, expanding economic development and improving schools were his top priorities.

With just three weeks until the primary, Nevada’s top Democratic candidates for governor met in Las Vegas Monday night for the first gubernatorial debate of the 2018 midterm elections. Clark County Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Chris Giunchigliani sparred over several issues, including gun control, taxes, economic development, and raising the state’s minimum wage.

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