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The Las Vegas Morning News

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THE LAS VEGAS MORNING NEWS WITH JOE GILLESPIE, DAYNA ROSELLI AND NATHAN TANNENBAUM: This is Las Vegas’ only all-news morning show with comprehensive local, state, national and world news, weekdays from 6am-9am. FM News 100.5 KXNT begins each hour with national and world news from CBS Radio News, local news with Nathan Tannenbaum, newsmaker interviews and discussion with Joe Gillespie and Dayna Roselli, Traffic with Karen Fedel and Weather with Channel 13 Action News Meteorologist Greg Bennett every 10 minutes on the 8’s,  Sports with Mark Thomas at :16 and :46, and Business news at :25 and :55. Plus, local reports from the KXNT Morning News Team… Chuck Meyer, Tate South, and Melissa Duran… and national reports from CBS News correspondents. Get your day started with The Las Vegas Morning News, the most comprehensive morning news program in Las Vegas.

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(Photo- Thomas Northcut, Getty Images)  Las Vegas Metro Police are highlighting pedestrian safety as the school year starts.

Police Leprechaun Out Enforcing Traffic Laws

Las Vegas Metro Police, Nevada Highway Patrol, and the Clark County School Police will be conducting a pedestrian enforcement detail at Desert Inn and Cameron in front of the school on Friday.

03/14/2014

UNLV Safe Community Partnership

Latest Crosswalk Safety Gimmick: Leprechaun

Costumed character is really a police officer

03/14/2014

Photo Courtesy: VadaTech

Tech Company Expands In Henderson

VadaTech started in Henderson 10 years ago and its growing. VadaTech is expanding from two assembly lines to six.

03/13/2014

Las Vegas Fire Dept Twitter page

Fatal House Fire Near Downtown Las Vegas

Several Police officers treated for smoke inhalation

03/13/2014

onedrop

Cirque Goes Dark For Water Awareness

ONE DROP is a non-profit organization established by Cirque du Soleil Founder Guy Laliberté and for the second time in Las Vegas a big fundraiser will be help on the strip.

03/12/2014

Jackie Gaughan / photo courtesy University Of Nebraska at Lincoln

Jackie Gaughan, Gaming Legend, Dies At 93

Jackie Gaughan arrived in Las Vegas shortly after World War II, and founded six gaming properties, including the El Cortez.

03/12/2014

photo from pet store surveillance video

Pet Shop Fire Surveillance Video Released

Suspect seen pouring liquid from gas can throughout the store

03/12/2014

Richard Dahan Magdayo / Metro Police booking photo

Court Delay For Man Who Says He Fatally Stabbed Wife

Suspect confessed at police station

03/12/2014

School Students

Shoes For School Students

Las Vegas, NV) — Hundreds of Las Vegas school students will be wearing new shoes to school tomorrow. Goodie Two Shoes is giving away more than 400 pairs of new shoes and socks to students at one elementary school.

03/11/2014

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Northern Nevada Talks Medical Marijuana

Elko City Council may ban dispensaries

03/11/2014