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Police seek clues in woman found dead in street

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Metro Police are asking for help from the public to identify and locate a man in connection with a woman who was found dead in the street Saturday morning. More>>

Woman facing identity theft charges in voter fraud case

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A Las Vegas woman is under arrest on seven felony charges, after she tried to register to vote twice under a false name, the Nevada Secretary of State investigators announced Tuesday.
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I-Team: Search warrant gives clues into strip club raid

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Allegations of strippers drugging customers then racking up bogus charges on their credit cards appears to be the focus of a Metro Police investigation at a local topless club. More>>

Margin Tax opponents use visuals to get point across

This November, Nevada voters have the power to make a decision at the polls that could raise hundreds of millions of dollars for public schools each year. Aaron Drawhorn looks at the latest debate between supporters and opponents of Question 3.

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Garment district growing in Las Vegas

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More world-class shopping could be making its way just off of the Strip. City development groups are trying to improve Las Vegas’ garment district.
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I-Team: Legality of marijuana raises issues for gun owners

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The right to bear arms and to also legally possess medical marijuana is the latest legal issue cropping up as states ease marijuana laws, even though the drug is still illegal on a federal level.

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Living in poverty impacts children's mental health

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According to the Kids Count report on the state of children in the country, one in four Nevada children are also living in poverty, which puts the state at number 47th in the country, when it comes to kids' economic well-being. More>>

Nevada children rank poorly in Kids Count report

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The latest rankings from the Annie E. Casey Foundation on the well-being of children placed Nevada 48th overall among the 50 states, continuing a trend many years in the making. More>>

Supervision program keeps juvenile incarceration rates down

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For years, local correctional facilities have been packed to the breaking point. Currently, there are about 2,600 children in Clark County's juvenile justice system, but one program is helping lower the incarceration rate.

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George Harrison memorial tree killed by beetles

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A tree planted in Los Angeles to honor former Beatle George Harrison has been killed - by beetles. More>>

Fruit sold at Trader Joe's, Costco recalled

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A Central California company has issued a voluntary nationwide recall of specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots over concerns of possible listeria contamination. More>>

8 On Your Side saves woman $61,000 in medical bills

8 On Your Side saves woman $61K in medical bills

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All of us have probably gotten an outrageous medical bill at some point in our lives. But what do you do when you think the bill is completely unjustified? One woman called 8 On Your Side and saved thousands of dollars. More>>

Rebels rise to relevance

Twelve coaches and more than two dozen players are in Las Vegas for Mountain West annual college football kickoff. Chris Maathuis was at the gathering and has more on UNLV’s sudden rise in relevance.

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NAACP offers unique job fair

During these tough economic times, landing a job can be a challenge. Many job seekers rely on referrals to find employment, which is why the NAACP held a unique career fair at their annual convention. Diane Tuazon has the story.

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    Discover Gr8 Museums: Natural History Museum

    Museums in Las Vegas? You bet! Las Vegas has a rich history and plenty of stories and artifacts to illuminate its past.
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    Museums in Las Vegas? You bet! Las Vegas has a rich history and plenty of stories and artifacts to illuminate its past.More>>
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    Tuesday, July 8 2014 2:36 PM EDT2014-07-08 18:36:43 GMT
    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>>
    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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    Stay #SummerSafe With 8 News NOW!

    Every year in Las Vegas, summer safety is a big concern. You can help spread the word by using the social hashtag #SummerSafe. Brought to you by our proud partner, United Nissan. This month’s focus is on pool safety. For millions of Americans, swimming pools and spas are great places for families to spend time together having fun. Yet it’s important to ensure everyone stays safe in and around pools and spas.

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    Every year in Las Vegas, summer safety is a big concern. You can help spread the word by using the social hashtag #SummerSafe. Brought to you by our proud partner, United Nissan. This month’s focus is on pool safety. For millions of Americans, swimming pools and spas are great places for families to spend time together having fun. Yet it’s important to ensure everyone stays safe in and around pools and spas.

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  • Bariatric Surgery for Diabetes

    Bariatric Surgery for Diabetes

    Monday, July 21 2014 4:48 PM EDT2014-07-21 20:48:09 GMT
    Nearly 90 percent of people with type-two diabetes are obese and as more Americans gain weight, more will likely face a diabetes diagnosis. In fact, the American diabetes association predicts that one in three adults will have diabetes by the year 2050.More>>
    Nearly 90 percent of people with type-two diabetes are obese and as more Americans gain weight, more will likely face a diabetes diagnosis. In fact, the American diabetes association predicts that one in three adults will have diabetes by the year 2050.More>>
  • Breath test can test for illnesses

    Breath test can test for illnesses

    Monday, July 21 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-07-21 19:00:17 GMT
    With most diseases, an early diagnosis means a better prognosis, but sometimes it's difficult, painful and expensive to test for illnesses. Now there's a new way to spot a variety of conditions and all it takes is a simple breath.More>>
    With most diseases, an early diagnosis means a better prognosis, but sometimes it's difficult, painful and expensive to test for illnesses. Now there's a new way to spot a variety of conditions and all it takes is a simple breath.More>>
  • Gastric bypass for diabetes type II patients

    Gastric bypass for diabetes type II patients

    Friday, July 18 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-07-18 19:00:15 GMT
    Nearly 90 percent of people with type-two diabetes are obese and as more Americans gain weight, more will likely face a diabetes diagnosis. In fact, the American Diabetes Association predicts that one in three adults will have diabetes by the year 2050.
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    Nearly 90 percent of people with type-two diabetes are obese and as more Americans gain weight, more will likely face a diabetes diagnosis. In fact, the American Diabetes Association predicts that one in three adults will have diabetes by the year 2050.

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