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ONLY ON 8: Cheyenne High School students arrested for bringing gun to school

A threat of a school shooting made its rounds on social media Friday sparking fear and confusion at Cheyenne High School. → Read More

Crews break ground on MSG Sphere at the Venetian

Local leaders put shovels in the ground at the site of Las Vegas' newest arena. The MSG Sphere at the Venetian is going up just east of the Las Vegas Strip. → Read More

Community mourns death of woman and children killed in murder-suicide

A Henderson community is mourning after a tragedy left almost an entire family dead.  Henderson Police said a man killed his 5-year-old son, along with his ex-girlfriend and her teenage son.  Police say the man then turned the gun on himself. → Read More

Video shows two men suspected of shooting 7-year-old

Police have released video and photos of the two suspects wanted in the shooting of the 7-year-old girl on Sept. 12. → Read More

Boaters keep safety as top priority for Labor Day weekend at Lake Mead

Friday water lovers got a head start on Labor Day by hitting the water at Lake Mead. The lake is expected to be a hot spot over the holiday weekend. → Read More

North Las Vegas Police investigating shooting at Craig Ranch Park

North Las Vegas Police are investigating a deadly shooting at Craig Ranch Park. → Read More

Hawaiian resident who moved to Las Vegas share concerns over Hurricane Lane

In addition to tourists, many locals still have family members Hawaii preparing for more heavy rainfall from a storm that was once called Hurricane Lane. → Read More

Parents relieved to see North Las Vegas Police patrol around schools

The North Las Vegas Police Department has dedicated more resources to enforcing traffic laws outside schools. → Read More

Las Vegas leads the country when it comes to rising home values

Las Vegas is number one in the country for rising home values, beating out other major cities like Chicago, Houston, and San Diego. According to experts, the area saw a 12.9 percent increase in home values from last year. → Read More

Asian-owned businesses boom in area of Rainbow between Warm Springs and Pebble

As the Asian population in southern Nevada grows, so does the number of Asian-owned businesses. → Read More

Businesses rebounding in Henderson corridor

Business is picking up in one part of Henderson. → Read More

MGM Resorts CEO clarifies 1 Oct. litigation in leaked memo

A leaked memo from MGM Resorts International is providing a look at what CEO Jim Murren has to say about litigation over the 1 October shooting. → Read More

Gun industry expert discusses mainstream concerns surrounding 3D printed guns

After years of legal battles, a Texas company has been cleared by the federal government to post 3D printed gun designs online. → Read More

Family members of victims killed in US 93 crash say 'safety rules were violated'

Moments after video of a truck losing control before slamming into another vehicle stopped in the road lives were changed forever. → Read More

Red Cross: Emergency preparedness kits are important during monsoon season

Monsoon season in full swing causing a lot of rain to fall across the valley this week. Some roadways have even flooded. → Read More

CCSD compiles final numbers for budget; balance 2017-18 fiscal year will be $10.2M

The 2017-2018 school budget was back on the table Thursday night at the Clark County School District's Board of Trustees meeting. → Read More

National Weather Service breaks down what valley residents can expect this monsoon season

When the first big storm of monsoon season hit earlier this week it brought lots of rain and a blanket of humidity with it. → Read More

Family, friends, and fans remember 'Pawn Stars" patriarch

The “Pawn Stars” family remembered Richard “Old Man" Harrison during a funeral service on Sunday. → Read More

TSA predicts Friday as busiest air travel day of year

The Friday before the 4th of July holiday is being predicted as the busiest travel day of the year, according to the TSA. In fact, airlines are expected to carry about half a million more people Friday than on a typical travel day. → Read More

Woman's walker stolen by alleged thieves at grocery store

Who would steal from the elderly in need? That is the question Metro Police is asking after one woman became an unlikely victim at a store near S. Rainbow Boulevard and Spring Mountain Road. → Read More