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I-Team: Man claims he was drugged, robbed at strip club

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A man who says he was drugged -- then robbed -- at a Las Vegas strip club is speaking exclusively to the 8 News NOW I-Team.



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First defendant found guilty under new sex trafficking law

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The Clark County District Attorney’s Office is celebrating its first guilty verdict under a new law targeting sex traffickers.
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Police ID suspect in Bellagio robbery

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Metro Police have identified the suspect arrested for robbing a Bellagio casino cashier as 34-year-old Scott Carmitchell.
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I-Team: Cell phone bandits take deal

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Two thieves caught by I-Team cameras take a deal in court.  More>>

Monsoon rains wash away important mountain road

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The runoff from Monday's monsoon rains have damaged a vital artery for people living on part of Mt. Charleston. The Rainbow Subdivision was pounded by heavy rain and hail. More>>

Teen turns himself in following alleged sexual assault

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Metro Police arrested a 17-year-old for the sexual assault of a woman on July 22. Nikholeus "Niko" Cleland, 17, turned himself in to detectives Tuesday.

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Two dead, 2 critically hurt in double home invasion

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Metro Police released new details about two home invasions that lead to two shootings that left two men dead and two woman critically hurt Tuesday morning. More>>

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>>

Mount Charleston residents flooded with frustration

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Some of the people living on Mount Charleston say they're reaching their breaking point. They've now dealt with a major wildfire and two serious floods in the past year. 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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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>>

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>>

Girl, 9, struck by plane on Fla. beach dies

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A 9-year-old girl who was struck by a plane that crash-landed on a beach while she vacationed with her family has died from her injuries, law enforcement officials in Florida said Tuesday. More>>

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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.
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  • Join 8 News NOW for a Night of Baseball Fun!

    Join 8 News NOW for a Night of Baseball Fun!

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:17 PM EDT2014-07-23 19:17:45 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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  • Prostate frozen lumpectomy offers patients an alternative

    Prostate frozen lumpectomy offers patients an alternative

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 3:39 PM EDT2014-07-29 19:39:02 GMT
    More than 230,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year according to the American cancer society. In most cases, surgical removal of the gland is considered the gold standard of treatment, but results of a new study suggest a new treatment might benefit some patients.More>>
    More than 230,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year according to the American cancer society. In most cases, surgical removal of the gland is considered the gold standard of treatment, but results of a new study suggest a new treatment might benefit some patients.More>>
  • New therapies for epilepsy

    New therapies for epilepsy

    Friday, July 25 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-07-25 19:00:14 GMT
    pilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that affects more than 2.5 million Americans. Uncontrollable seizures plague these patients’ lives. Until now, the only treatments were drugs and major surgery, but new therapies are on the horizon.More>>
    pilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that affects more than 2.5 million Americans. Uncontrollable seizures plague these patients’ lives. Until now, the only treatments were drugs and major surgery, but new therapies are on the horizon.More>>
  • Study touts health care workers with less than bachelor's degree

    Study touts health care workers with less than bachelor's degree

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:08 AM EDT2014-07-24 04:08:05 GMT
    Among Las Vegas workers with less than a bachelor’s degree only 3.5 percent hold jobs in the most common health care occupations, the lowest percentage among the nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas, the Brookings Institution reported Wednesday night.More>>
    Among Las Vegas workers with less than a bachelor’s degree only 3.5 percent hold jobs in the most common health care occupations, the lowest percentage among the nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas, the Brookings Institution reported Wednesday night.More>>
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