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Past articles by Nick:

Tax plan to fund education passes Nevada State Senate

A proposed tax plan meant to raise hundreds of millions of dollars for education has passed the Nevada State Senate. → Read More

Downtown Project to debut first 'parklet'

The Downtown Project is introducing a new hangout spot where people can meet and greet while sitting on the street. The Downtown Project is launching the first “parklet” in Las Vegas. → Read More

Use-of-force policies examined amid high-profile shootings

High profile cases of police use of force are gaining nationwide attention. As 8 News NOW discovered, part of the problem lies in the definition of “use of force.” → Read More

Voters head to the polls for municipal primary

Several offices are up for grabs Tuesday in the valley's municipal primaries. All eyes are on the race for Las Vegas Mayor. → Read More

I-11 construction to begin Monday

The first phase of the Interstate 11 project that would connect Las Vegas and Phoenix breaks ground Monday. → Read More

California drought could affect Las Vegas food prices

The southwest drought could soon affect your wallet. California is one of the world's largest food producers. Without water, millions who rely on that food could be affected. → Read More

Pool safety stressed on April Pool's Day

Emergency workers are getting the word out about pool safety. April 1st marks the annual April Pool's Day event and awareness campaign. → Read More

Officers shoot, kill suspect in Boulder City

A man is dead after Boulder City Police shot and killed him Sunday night. The shooting occurred at approximately 10:30 p.m. at a home near Fifth Avenue and Avenue A. → Read More

Squatters not welcome in Las Vegas neighborhoods

Squatters who move into vacant homes and don't pay is causing problems in neighborhoods across the Las Vegas valley. → Read More

Man shot and killed near Buffalo and Washington

One person is dead following a shooting near Buffalo Drive and Washington Avenue. → Read More

Swarming bees common during spring months

March 20th marks the first day of spring. It also marks the start of bee swarming season. Last week, people in one Las Vegas neighborhood had a close encounter with bees. → Read More

Spring blooms bring allergy misery for many

Spring is in the air, and so is pollen. For those with allergies, this time of year can be brutal. → Read More

Race fans come to Las Vegas for NASCAR Weekend

If you have the need for speed, this is your weekend. NASCAR rumbles into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. More than 250,000 fans are expected in Las Vegas. → Read More

Driver arrested for DUI in crash that killed 2

A deadly crash has shut down roads near Boulder Highway and Russell Road. Metro Police says the crash occurred shortly before 1:30 a.m. → Read More

March events bring Las Vegas business

From fast cars to fast breaks, big conventions to big league baseball, Las Vegas is the place to be in March. More people coming to town means more money for the local economy. → Read More

Veterans Village to unveil recycled container homes

A dedication ceremony will take place Friday morning to unveil several new homes for homeless veterans. Friday's ceremony will take place at Veterans Village at 10 a.m. → Read More

New Strip shops open Thursday

A new outdoor shopping center is opening on the Las Vegas Strip Thursday. The Grand Bazaar Shops retail complex at Flamingo Road and Las Vegas Boulevard will hold a soft opening. → Read More

Officers shoot, kill suspect near Craig and Nellis

A suspect is dead after Metro Police shot him near Nellis Boulevard and Craig Road. The incident started early Wednesday morning at the Eagle Trace Apartments. → Read More

CCSD to make decision on year-round schools

Sixty one Clark County schools could become year-round. Clark County School District representatives say a decision could come this week. → Read More

'Day of Action' planned for immigration programs

Immigration advocates will hold "Day of Action" rallies throughout the U.S., including in Las Vegas, Tuesday. → Read More