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Flash flood watch issued for most of the weekend

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The National Weather Service in Las Vegas has issued a flash flood watch for portions of northwest Arizona, California and Nevada for most of the weekend. More>>

Boil-water order lifted for Kyle Canyon

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The boil water order has been lifted for Kyle Canyon, according to the Las Vegas Valley Water District. The district says sampling of the water over the past 48 hours has shown no detectable contaminants in the water.
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Driving You Crazy: Status of Harmon-Valley View project

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A driver asks about the status of the project that will connect Harmon Avenue to Valley View Boulevard over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. He says the road also needs some work. More>>

Gov. Sandoval to tour flood-damaged Mt. Charleston

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Gov. Brian Sandoval is set to tour the Southern Nevada subdivision where a muddy flash flood this week damaged 10 homes and cut off water for dozens of residents. More>>

Back to school drives, giveaways taking place this weekend

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Students head back to school in three weeks, and there is a tremendous need for school supplies. Several back-to-school events will take place in the coming weeks, including three events this weekend. More>>

Steampunk aficionado visits 8 News NOW

Steampunk artist and exhibitor Dr. Phineas Kastle will be among those appearing at First Friday on August 1. Dr. Kastle visited Brighter Mornings on Friday. 

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Brighter Mornings Bright Spots - August 1, 2014

Brian and Diane put on their shaming faces. Karen tries her hand at air hockey, and the team throws a fiesta for Kirsten. Here's a look at this week's Bright Spots. 

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Expert advises layers of protection to keep homes safe

The crime spree Tuesday morning started with the suspects knocking on the door of one of the victims. It has people wondering how to handle a similar situation. Sharie Johnson has some advice on unexpected visitors.

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Henderson PD: Man shot by officers ex-felon

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Henderson Police have finished up their preliminary investigation into Tuesday’s deadly officer-involved shooting. The shooting happened at around 3:30 a.m. near Horizon Drive and Boulder Highway. More>>

Judge wants an overhaul of juvenile facilities around the state

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Kids hog-tied and left alone in isolation rooms. Some Clark County kids have come forward saying that has happened to them at the Nevada Youth Training Center, a juvenile center in Elko. More>>

White Castle coming to Las Vegas Strip

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Fans of White Castle are about to get really excited. The fast food chain announced Thursday they are setting up shop on the Las Vegas Strip. More>>

New details emerge about man involved in crime spree

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The woman accused of a crime spree in a Las Vegas neighborhood appeared in court of the first time Thursday. There are new details about the criminal past of her now dead accomplice. More>>

Tax incentives help lure filmmakers to Nevada

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The Las Vegas Film Festival is underway this week. Now, in its seventh year, the event is screening more movies than ever, some of them shot locally.
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    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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    Some patients opt for toe lengthening surgery

    Friday, August 1 2014 1:00 PM EDT2014-08-01 17:00:26 GMT
    Brachymetatarsia happens when there is a growth disturbance in a bone in the foot. The result is a short, sometimes disfigured, toe and now one doctor is solving the problem by lengthening bones.
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    Brachymetatarsia happens when there is a growth disturbance in a bone in the foot. The result is a short, sometimes disfigured, toe and now one doctor is solving the problem by lengthening bones.

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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>>
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    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>>
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