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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.

Email the morning show at tate.south@cbsradio.com

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Northern Nevada Talks Medical Marijuana

Elko City Council may ban dispensaries


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NLV Police: Suspect Had Knife

1am incident followed a brief foot chase


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Police: Mother Says ‘Demon’ Took Over As She Drowned 3-Year-Old Son

Weekend bathtub incident in Las Vegas


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Suspect In 3 Bank Robberies Arrested

All incidents took place Saturday morning


Credit: The Modern Contemporary Art Museum

Downtown Vegas Wants Art Museum

A major campaign to raise money for The Modern Contemporary Art Museum kicked off in Las Vegas. Anna Auerbach with Moonridge Group says they need to raise $29 million in order to move forward with the project.


President Barack Obama greets Wilbur and Theresa Faiss / White House photo (2012)

Park Named After One-Time “Longest Married” Couple

Wilbur and Theresa Faiss together 79 years


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Vegas Performer Spreads Anti-Bullying Message

A Las Vegas headliner is raising awareness about anti-bullying. He’s so passionate about it, he’s creating the world’s largest red X in the middle of the desert on March 22nd.


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Water Still Deep For Many Homeowners

(Las Vegas, NV) — Many valley homeowners remain underwater along with millions nationwide.


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Nevada Among Least Obese States

A new Gallup Well-Being poll takes a look at obesity rates in all 50 states.


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Bumpy Road To Vegas-Phoenix Interstate

Transportation officials in Nevada and Arizona are studying potential routes and hope to put a price tag on the planned stretch of Interstate 11 within the next few months.