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Michael Stevens

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Las Vegas, NV, United States

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CSN students head back to the classroom

Thousands of students headed back to the classroom at the College of Southern Nevada to begin the first day of their new semester. → Read More

Britney Spears campus of Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation set to open

The Britney Spears Campus of the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation is set to open Monday morning in Las Vegas. → Read More

'Wear Blue: Run to Remember' honors fallen service members

Craig Ranch Park honored service members for Memorial Day in their own way Monday. Hundreds of people attended the "Wear Blue: Run to Remember" event, and when they arrived they were given the name of an American service member who died in battle. → Read More

Experience the ins and out of learning to drive like NHP troopers

Ten hours a day; 40 hours a week, that's about the average time troopers spend on the roads. Being a Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper is a dangerous job that requires a lot of training. → Read More

Coronado students know how to make classmates feel special

About two dozen students at Coronado High School got a huge surprise at lunch Tuesday -- they were asked to the prom. → Read More

Millions expected to be raised for Nevada's Big Give

Nevada's Big Give is a 24 hour campaign that gives people the chance to donate to their favorite charity. → Read More

Catholic Charities serving hundreds a Thanksgiving meal

Volunteers with Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada have been working since the early morning hours to serve the homeless a Thanksgiving meal. → Read More

Crews respond to house fire near Hacienda and Pecos

Clark County fire crews are responding to a house fire near Pecos Road and Hacienda Avenue. The fire started shortly before 4 a.m. at a home on Ladera Avenue. → Read More

Woman honors son's memory with gifts for troops

A Las Vegas woman is giving back to those serving our country by sending care packages to troops stationed overseas. → Read More

Police to honor fallen officers

Nearly one year has passed since two Metro Police officers were assaulted and killed. Thursday night, officers will engrave the names of Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo into the Las Vegas Police Memorial. → Read More

Report shows decline in school bullying

A new report by the U.S. Department of Education shows a significant decrease in bullying nationwide. → Read More

More renters, fewer owners in Las Vegas housing market

The valley's housing market is experiencing changes, according to the 2015 Las Vegas Perspective, which will be released Tuesday. → Read More

Analysts show job growth in Las Vegas

Jobs will be one of the highlights in the 2015 Las Vegas Perspective that will be released Tuesday. → Read More

Lawmakers consider break up of Clark County School District

Big changes could be coming to the 5th largest school district in the country. A fast moving bill through the Legislature would break up the Clark County School District. → Read More

Poison control centers see rise in 'spice'-related cases

Poison control centers around the country say they are seeing more calls due to synthetic marijuana. Calls into poison control centers in April were in the thousands. → Read More

County, water parks stress pool safety after bacteria discovery

Two county-run pools remain closed after water samples tested positive for bacteria. → Read More

Firefighters brace for potentially severe wildfire season

May is Wildfire Awareness Month in Nevada. The Clark County Fire Department says wildfires are going to be a major threat this season. → Read More

Trash, homelessness plague F Street underpass

West Las Vegas residents fought for years to get the city to reopen F Street. Residents say since it re-opened, however, it's become a haven for garbage and a homeless hangout. → Read More

8 News NOW goes behind the unemployment numbers

Every month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases new unemployment numbers. 8 News NOW looks at how the numbers reflect the state of the job market. → Read More

Resorts World Las Vegas to break ground Tuesday

A major hotel and casino project is getting underway. Resorts World Las Vegas breaks ground Tuesday afternoon. → Read More