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Chuck Meyer

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Clark County School District officials hold press conferenece announcing 5 employees have been placed on leave following investigation. (photo courtesy: CCSD)

5 CCSD Workers Placed On Leave

Five CCSD employees have been placed on leave as part of an investigation into the possible misuse of public funds.


Office Who Shot Suspect ID’d

Police say an 11 year veteran of Metro has been placed on routine paid administrative leave pending an investigation into an incident in which the officer shot and wounded a knife-wielding suspect Friday night.


Joey Kadmiri, photo LVMPD

‘Thunder’ Suspect Cites Mental Issues

Joey Kadmira says he has mental issues. A court appearance was re-set for Monday.


photo: Safe Faith United

From Domestic Abuse To Domestic Worker

A dozen women who were victims of domestic abuse have completed a training course in domestic and cleaning operations and are ready to work.


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

Health Exchange Extends Enrollment Deadline

The board created an additional 60-day open enrollment after numerous start-up glitches


photo: Clean Energy Project

$5 Billion In Nevada Renewable Projects

The Clean Energy Project says there has been more than $5 billion in renewable and clean energy projects in Nevada since 2010.


Joey Kadmiri, photo LVMPD

Would-Be “Thunder” Robber ID’d

Thunder From Down Under crew members wrestled a would-be thief in their dressing room.


Credit: LVMPD

Suspected Killer Is Found Dead

Joseph Lucero had been wanted in the shooting of a man who died after crashing his car into three vehicles at a freeway off-ramp.


photo CCSD

School Kids Get A Move On

More than 20,000 local school kids participate in the annual Get Nevada Moving event, which encourages kids and parents to walk or bike to school, relieving traffic congestion and raising pedestrian safety awareness.


File photo of marijuana. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

City Moves Ahead On Medical Pot

Despite concerns that licensing medical marijuana could lead to more recreational use, Las Vegas City Council is moving ahead to draft regulations for such facilities.