Good morning. Here's an updated look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Nevada.

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LAS VEGAS — Polls are open in Nevada's primary election, where the most closely watched race is not GOP Sen. Dean Heller's re-election battle — thanks to President Donald Trump — but instead is a contentious Democratic race for governor. By Michelle L. Price. SENT: 900 words, photos. UPCOMING: Will be updated.



RENO, Nev. — Tea party favorite Sharron Angle was trying Tuesday to unseat the incumbent Republican in the GOP's strongest congressional district in Nevada, where two other Democrat-held open seats will be up for grabs in November. By Scott Sonner. SENT: 450 words. UPCOMING: Will be updated. With AP photos.


Though on the other side of the globe, President Donald Trump figures to be a factor in Republican elections in South Carolina, one of five states holding primaries. By Thomas Beaumont and Bill Barrow. SENT: 950 words. With AP photos.


LAS VEGAS — Dean Heller, the most vulnerable Republican senator seeking re-election this year, has an easy primary battle on Tuesday thanks to President Donald Trump, leaving a contentious Democratic battle for governor as Nevada's most closely-watched primary race. By Michelle L. Price. UPCOMING: About 400 words after results. With AP photos.


LAS VEGAS — An incumbent Nevada state lawmaker and the owner of half a dozen legal brothels meet in a GOP primary for a state legislative seat. UPCOMING: About 400 words after results. With AP photos.


LAS VEGAS — An audit report shows a former executive of the publicly funded agency responsible for promoting Las Vegas hid the purchase of $90,000 in Southwest Airlines gift cards. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: About 350 words by 2 p.m.


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