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Chuck Meyer

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Nevada Health Link website  (photo: Tate South/KXNT/CBS Las Vegas)

Documents Detail Health Exchange Woes

A Las Vegas attorney says documents from an anonymous whistle blower detail major problems with enrollments in Nevada’s health insurance exchange.

2 hours ago

Jonathan Thompson 

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Teen Sex Arrest; Other Victims Sought

Police say they have arrested a 30 year old man who they say lured an juvenile for the purpose of sex.

5 hours ago

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Petition Filed To Legalize Pot In Nevada

A petition to allow for the legal recreational use of marijuana in Nevada has been filed in Carson City.

8 hours ago

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Man Held For Teen Sex Trafficking

A California man appears in federal court in Las Vegas for forcing a teen into prostitution. He has a prior conviction here in a 2013 case.

04/21/2014

Asa Funderburk, photo LVMPD

Arrest In Fatal Fast Food Stabbing

Two men argued over a cell phone before a fatal stabbing on West Sahara in Las Vegas

04/17/2014

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Reid: Bundy Supporters Are “Domestic Terrorists”

The Senator says what happened last weekend in Bunkerville was domestic terrorism.

04/17/2014

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Las Vegas Enters Horse And Buggy Era

Las Vegas City Council has approved a one-year program for horse-drawn carriages to operate in some downtown areas.

04/16/2014

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Unions, Golden Nugget Reach Deal

A tentative contract has been reached between two unions and the Golden Nugget, the first agreement involving a downtown Las Vegas property.

04/16/2014

Former Mayor Oscar Goodman presents $1.5-million to the City of Las Vegas as loan repayment from The Mob Museum. (photo courtesy: City of Las Vegas)

Only In Vegas…

Former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman donates a million dollars to the city, arriving at city hall with a suitcase filled with cash.

04/16/2014

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Reid: Bunkerville Ain’t Over

Senator Harry Reid says he will not second-guess the decision by BLM to call off a cattle roundup and retreat from its dispute with Bunkerville rancher Clivon Bundy, but says the rancher is breaking the law.

04/15/2014

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