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Barricade ends with children safe, parents arrested


Metro Police are on the scene of a barricade situation near Alexander Road and Lamb Boulevard, involving a couple and their two children.  More>>

Supporters: Medical marijuana could help N. Las Vegas finances


Medical marijuana is getting closer to becoming an industry in Clark County, Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. Investors say it will generate much needed cash for local governments and public services, especially for the cash strapped city of North Las Vegas. More>>

County gets 206 applications for medical pot businesses


Clark County says it has received 178 applications for business licenses for medical marijuana establishments.The county's deadline for business licenses closed at 5 p.m. Tuesday. More>>

Human trafficking film credited with getting help for more victims

In Nevada, there were 148 reported cases of human trafficking involving children in 2013, that went up from 107 the year before. However, the program "Trafficked No More" appears to already be working to help those affected by this crime come forward and get help. Patranya Bhoolsuwan has the story.


Boxer Floyd Mayweather trains for upcoming fight

With just weeks to go before his next big fight, 8 News NOW got a look at undefeated champ Floyd Mayweather's training. Sports reporter Chris Maathuis took a look at Mayweather's boxing camp.


Energy saving companies make Buy Green list

In observance of Earth Day, the Clean Energy Project has released Nevada's first Buy Green list. It is a directory of local companies that support clean energy. Paul Joncich took a look at how these companies made the list.


'Militia' groups fear infiltration by feds at Bundy Ranch

'Militia' groups fear infiltration by feds at Bundy Ranch


Militia groups are still surrounding the Bundy ranch days after the BLM ended its roundup of cattle. There is concern among some of them that they have been infiltrated by undercover federal agents. More>>

Popularity of electric cars growing in S. Nevada


Imagine not having to go to gas station ever, or for months at a time.More and more owners of electric cars are plugging in for their power. More>>

Coming to the Las Vegas Strip: Harley-Davidson


There's a brand new attraction coming to the Las Vegas Strip and it's not a hotel or observation wheel, but it's sure to get motorcycle enthusiasts excited. More>>

Las Vegas among 15 cities considered for DNC


The Democratic National Committee has asked Las Vegas and 14 other cities to make a pitch to host the presidential nominating convention in 2016. More>>

BLM says 6 cattle died in Bundy roundup


The Bureau of Land Management now confirms that a total of six cattle died during the roundup of animals from federally managed lands being used by rancher Cliven Bundy. More>>

Casino owner planning 'Rock in Rio' site in Las Vegas


Entertainment developers are announcing plans to build for a 33-acre open-air music venue on the Las Vegas Strip to host a four-day Rock in Rio USA festival beginning next year. More>>

An abbreviated look at rancher Cliven Bundy's family history


It has been widely reported that Cliven Bundy’s family claims to have ranched in the Bunkerville area since the 1870s even though a federal judge held a different view of Bundy’s history. More>>

Las Vegas valley Michaels stores affected by breach


Michaels stores released a list of stores affected by a security breach, and it includes stores in North Las Vegas, Las Vegas and Henderson.  More>>

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