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'Confidential' memos allege cover-up in health exchange errors


Confidential documents which appear to be from a Nevada Health Link employee may reveal huge problems within the state health exchange. More>>

Exhaust fans called fire hazards in homes, businesses

Most buildings have an exhaust fan in a bathroom or kitchen to help air the room out. Now there is a warning from firefighters about how easily those fans can catch on fire and destroy a home or business. Sharie Harvin has more on this potential hazard.


Firefighters practice battling real fires at real houses

The dry, warm weather is here, and firefighters consider it fire season. So, before it gets too hot outside, the Clark County Fire Department put its team through extensive training, specifically geared toward tackling house fires.


Operation Badge on Board looks for bad drivers

Truckers say Las Vegas is one of the worst cities they have to drive through. Cars cut them off, then hit the brakes or follow them too closely. Wednesday, 18-wheelers got a little help from the Nevada Highway Patrol. They teamed up to radio in bad driving habits. Denise Valdez has more on operation: Badge on Board.


Chance to help people in need with Nevada's Big Give


Nevada's Big Give is coming up this Friday. During the 24-hour-online fundraiser, you can log on and give money to more than 500 charities across the state. More>>

Despite arrest, Nye Co. assistant sheriff goes to work Wednesday


Nye County's assistant sheriff was arrested Tuesday for theft and resisting arrest, according to the Nye County Sheriff's Office.  More>>

Sub teacher pleads guilty to 2 sex-related felonies


A former substitute teacher is facing as many as two decades in prison after pleading guilty on charges she had a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student. More>>

Mesquite neighbors say homes built on landfill are sinking


Some Mesquite residents say they found out earlier this year their homes were built on a city dump. Now, they are concerned because the houses appear to be sinking.

Police searching for more victims in child luring case


Metro Police are searching for more victims of a suspect they say tried to lure a girl for sex. According to police, 30-year-old Jonathan Tyron Thompson contacted the victim through a social media website and tried to lure her to have sex with him.


Initiative seeks to legalize pot in Nevada


A group hoping to ride the wave of growing marijuana acceptance has filed an initiative seeking to legalize recreational use in Nevada. More>>

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