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Chuck Meyer

Email Chuck at chuck.meyer@cbsradio.com

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

Reid-Bundy

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

KXNT file photo/Fred Halstied

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

Firefly's Henderson location  (photo courtesy: The Ferraro Group)

Firefly Closes Henderson Location

The restaurant at the epicenter of a massive food-borne illness outbreak last year is closing its Henderson location after an adverse health inspection.

04/15/2014

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DUI Alleged In Traffic Death

A man admitted to police he had been drinking before his SUV struck a motorcyclist, killing him,

04/15/2014

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Tark Improving, Remains Hospitalized

The legendary coach remains hospitalized at Valley Hospital.

04/11/2014

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Mayor: NLV Reaches Deal With Two Unions

Governor Sandoval joined talks between the city of North Las Vegas and its unions to solve the city’s $18 million budget deficit.

04/09/2014

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