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Officer stabbed, suspect killed in Henderson

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A suspect is dead and a Henderson police officer is recovering after being stabbed twice Tuesday morning. More>>

Driving You Crazy: Speeding along Eastgate Road

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A viewer says she is worried about speeders along Eastgate Road between Galleria Drive and Sunset. With nearby Cowabunga Bay Water Park now open, she wants to know if speed bumps can be installed along Eastgate. More>>

Heavy monsoon rains hit Mount Charleston

Clark County construction crews had to spring into action Monday afternoon when monsoon rains starting pouring on Mount Charleston. The worst of the washout hit the Rainbow Subdivision knocking out a water line, leaving 112 homes without running water.

 

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Congress reaches compromise on VA reform

Thousands of veterans waiting for medical treatment may get some relief after a compromise in Washington Monday. Reporter Brian Brennan spoke with a Las Vegas vet on what this could mean for him.

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Flash flooding damages homes, roads and utilities

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Flash flooding caused major damage in the Rainbow Canyon area of Mount Charleston Monday. Rainbow Canyon Boulevard was washed out making it impassable, six homes and utility lines were damaged, and a boil water notice has been issued for the area. More>>

I-Team: Ammar Harris moves prisons over cell phone

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A self-proclaimed pimp facing trial for the murder of three people on the Las Vegas Strip has been moved to a higher security lock-up.  More>>

Records: Accused animal hoarder has done it before

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An alleged animal hoarder has been charged with animal cruelty for living in deplorable conditions with 115 cats, but 8 News NOW has uncovered she's done this before.

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Family blames gang violence in man's killing

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The family of a young man shot and killed at a house party is blaming gang violence for the crime. The victim is a 20-year-old man from North Las Vegas and police are still looking for the suspects. More>>

I-Team: Sex offender gets probation in sexual assault case

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James Colman Booker, also goes by James Scott, Sonny James and even Robert Green. No matter the name, they all share the label of sex offender, tier 2, which is considered to be one of the most dangerous.

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RAW VIDEO: Monday flooding on Mt. Charleston

Rainbow Canyon Boulevard was destroyed by flooding Monday.


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WATCH: Flooding on Mount Charleston

A storm dropped heavy rain on Mount Charleston causing flooding Monday. Photojournalist Mark Mutchler captured video of the flooding near Mount Charleston Hotel.

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Former CCSD administrator enters not guilty plea

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Retired Clark County School District administrator Priscilla Rocha entered a not guilty plea Monday morning in Las Vegas District Court. More>>

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    Join us for a night of family fun and baseball at Cashman Field on Friday, August 8th. In addition to fun giveaways and activities during the game, we will be collecting targeted school items for Las Vegas Downtown Achieves (LVDA) schools. The Las Vegas Down Achieves Project creates the conditions necessary for children to realize their full potential. We are collecting reems of paper that night to benefit the Downtown Achieves Project. The project currently serves 11 downtown schools and ove...More>>
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