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Thousands head to Lake Mead to bid farewell to summer

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Tens of thousands of people bid farewell to summer by enjoying Lake Mead for Labor Day weekend. While there were a few minor rescues, DUI's and boating incidents, the vast majority of people had some fun in the sun.

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Robbers leave cryptic message for store owners

A local business is targeted by vandals twice in the last four months and left a cryptic message. The message is linked to Nazi's and white supremacists with the owner believing the name of his business could be connected.

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Much-needed medical clinic to open in east Las Vegas

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Some medical providers say they often deal with Hispanic patients who are afraid to seek medical care. It's hoped the opening of a new medical clinic will change that.



 

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Busy holiday weekend comes to a close

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The three-day holiday weekend ended with visitors crowding the airport and freeways as they made their way back home.

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Driving You Crazy: Cactus Interchange opens 2 months early

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Several valley residents have been asking about progress on the Cactus Road Interchange.The good news is the interchange is now open. The Nevada Department of Transportation opened the road August 29. More>>

Las Vegas offers staycation options for locals

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While Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, resorts across the valley are still offering some great deals for Las Vegas residents. More>>

Metro police explain body camera pilot program

Metro has about 1,100 patrol officers, but not all of them are wearing body cameras. 8 News Now's Vanessa Murphy talks to the Deputy Chief in charge of the program to see who is wearing the cameras and why the process is slow-going.

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Gun owners react to shooting

The video of a 9-year-old girl who accidentally shot and killed her shooting instructor has sparked huge questions around the nation. We spoke with gun enthusiasts about their opinion, about should she have had an Uzi in the first place. More>>

Preparing for a disaster

The month of September is National Preparedness Month. The Red Cross is trying to get the message out and offer tips on what you can do to be prepared in case a disaster strikes. More>>

Las Vegas Food and Wine festival expands to two days

 The Las Vegas Food and Wine festival is expanding to two days with more than a hundred of the valley's top chef taking part in the big event. Organizers sat down with Patranya Bhoolsuwan to talk about what guests can expect.

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Rape Crisis Center helps people party smart

The Rape Crisis Center is partnering with some Las Vegas clubs to keep people safe while partying in our city. Alcohol is a main factor in many sexual assaults. Vanessa Murphy reports.

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Girl Scouts look for recruits at their “World of Girls” event

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The girl scouts of Southern Nevada are looking for girls to join and for parents to volunteer, and they hope their “World of Girls” event held will get that message out. More>>

Mountain Ridge Little League and coaches were honored with a parade and the key to the city Saturday. More>>

"War Machine" back in Las Vegas to face charges

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The Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter whose known as "War Machine, was booked into the Clark County Detention Center at around 8 a.m. Saturday.

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