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Lombardo, Burns To Face-Off For SheriffThe field of candidates running for Clark County Sheriff is narrowed to Assistant Sheriff Joe Lombardo and retired police Capt. Larry Burns.
Voters Narrowing Field For SheriffNine candidates are vying in the Clark County sheriff primary to be on the November ballot to head the 4,800-employee Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Gillespie Named Sheriff Of The YearLas Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Doug Gillespie is being recognized by the National Sheriff's Association.
Sheriff Stops 'More Cops' Sheriff Doug Gillespie says he’s through pushing for a sales tax hike to pay for more police officers.
Sheriff Still Pushing For More CopsClark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie will not seek re-election. His last day will be January 15th, 2015. He joined the KXNT Morning News team in the studio Thursday.
Authorities ID Man Killed In Vegas Club Shooting Authorities have identified a patron who died at an after-hours nightclub in a Las Vegas Strip casino after trying to subdue a man who shot two club employees.
Five - And Counting - Vie For Sherriff's JobThere's another candidate to replace Doug Gillespie as Sheriff.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 08/27/13: Jeff McCausland, Steve SisolakRetired Army Colonel and CBS Military Consultant Jeff McCausland talks to Kevin about the Syrian chemical attacks. McCausland gives his opinions of what the U.S. should do about the current situation.
Metro Investigator Sheds Light On ShootingPolice describe Ronald Morrison as hard-drinking, depressed, and unemployed.
Sheriff Grilled Over 'More Cops'Sheriff Doug Gillespie faced a grilling by Clark County commissioners on how a proposed sales tax hike for more police officers would be spent.
Approved Police Budget Smaller Than RequestedClark County commissioners have approved more money for Metro Police, but less than what Sheriff Doug Gillespie wanted.
More Money For Metro?City and county officials will decide next week whether to allocate more money for police officers.

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