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'Determined Grandmothers' working for CCSD students' futures 
A group of women of a more advanced age have teamed up to mentor Clark County's children. The Determined Grandmothers, who formed nearly two years ago, say they are advocates for youths and their futures.
N.Y. shop owner says he will stop selling guns to Muslims 
New York sporting goods shop owner says he'll no longer sell guns to Muslims.
Rip-Off Alert: Home buyers, sellers taken by closing attorney 
When selling a house, most people trust the closing attorney handling the transaction. But in this Rip-Off Alert, dozens of sellers found their trust betrayed and proceeds stolen.
Semper Fi Fund camp helps wounded warriors hit the links 
Marines severely wounded in battle are getting lessons in golfing as part of a Semper Fi Fund camp being held in Colorado.
The 41st President of the United States playfully thanks supporters as he recovers from a July neck injury. (Aubrey Clerkin)
George HW Bush recovering from July neck injury
The 41st President of the United States is recovering in style, thanking national supporters for helping him get well after recent injury.
Air Force master sergeant saves California canal crash victims 
An Air Force sergeant is credited with saving two men after an accident left them fighting for their lives in a Fresno canal.
Tambra Momi currently lives in Fort Mohave, Ariz. The 48-year-old suffers from Dercum’s Disease, a rare disorder that causes benign tumors of painful fatty lipomas throughout the body.  (Used with permission from Tambra Momi)
Nevada woman’s rare disease causes thousands of painful lumps 
Tambra Momi currently lives in Fort Mohave, Ariz. The 48-year-old suffers from Dercum’s Disease, a rare disorder that causes benign tumors of painful fatty lipomas throughout the body.
Rip-Off Alert: Lonely hearts, job seekers lured into scheme 
A job for some extra money or promise of an intimate relationship appear to be the bait to lure unsuspecting victims into what are called reshipping schemes.
Early 1990s (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | Fong's Garden family influential in Las Vegas 
From the mid-1950s into the early 2000s, many people were familiar with the popular dining establishment on East Charleston. But the Fong family influenced Southern Nevada with more than just cuisine.
Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game last season has been upheld by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. (NBC Sports)
NFL commissioner upholds 4-game suspension on Tom Brady
Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game last season has been upheld by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
(Fatima Rahnatullah - News 3 Reporter)
'Tesloop' startup company now driving passengers between LA and Las Vegas 
A new startup is accepting passengers. Tesloop is taking people from Los Angeles to LA and back for $85 bucks one way.
Rip-Off Alert: Health insurance fraud cost public billions 
Your medical insurance card information is as valuable to con artists as your Social Security number. It can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, as illustrated in this Rip-Off Alert.
Rip-Off Alert: Retired couple scammed by insurance agent 
An unsuspecting couple had their savings looted and trust betrayed after turning to their insurance agent for investment advice.
A new planet is discovered by NASA's Kepler Mission (NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle)
NASA discovers Earth-like planet in the Universe 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration says they've made an enormous discovery, an Earth-like planet.
Minnesota's legalization of medical marijuana has brought them back together, and the cannabis oil 6-year-old Danny Falk needs has brought him back his life. (NBC News)
Wisconsin family reunited through Minnesota medical marijuana law 
A Wisconsin family torn apart by one son's epilepsy has been reunited thanks to Minnesota's medical marijuana law.
Rip-Off Alert: Doctor's credit trashed by trusted employee 
A trusted employee had access to her employer's personal information. As seen in this Rip-Off Alert, it was too much access.
July 28, 1995 (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | Huntridge Theater roof collapse of 1995 
Fifty-one years after the Huntridge Theater first opened its doors, tons of roofing crashed down in the audience area. It was a matter of timing that saved many lives.
(Steve Johnson, 2010 Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic)
Water safe to drink in Laughlin again
The Big Bend Water District has lifted the Boiled Water Order for all water users in Laughlin, Nev.
Rip-Off Alert: Car dealer's outrageous ads scam consumers 
It was one of those car ads that was too hard to resist. But it was part of a multimillion-dollar scam that lured in hundreds of victims. This Rip-Off Alert unravels who was behind the con game.
Mom works to remain in daughter's life after cancer takes her 
No one can live forever. And no one knows that better than Heather McManamy.
Oregon State University researchers discovered and patented a seaweed that when cooked, tastes like bacon. (NBC News)
Seaweed-Lettuce-Tomato? Oregon State researchers say you can 
Oregon State University researchers have discovered and patented a seaweed that tastes like bacon when cooked.
Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez
Latest: FBI looking into Tennessee shooter's travel
The latest on the Chattanooga shootings at two military facilities (all times local):
Shootings have been reported at two locations in Chattanooga, Tenn. One of them took place at the Armed Forces Career Center off Lee Highway. About 7 miles away, another shooting happened at the Navy Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center. (NBC News)
Four Marines, sole gunman dead in military facilities shootings 
Watch WRCB's coverage of an officer involved shooting at a Navy and Marine Corp reserve center in Chattanooga.
In this Aug. 2, 2007 file photo, Michelle Duggar, left, is surrounded by her children and husband Jim Bob, second from left, after the birth of her 17th child in Rogers, Ark. TLC is officially cancelling
TLC cancels '19 Kids and Counting' after abuse revelations
After weeks in limbo stemming from revelations of sexual misconduct by one of its stars, the TLC reality show "19 Kids and Counting" is officially dead.
Scientists impressed with Pluto data, photos sent by probe 
New Horizon probe reveals tiny planet in unprecedented detail and mankind's first close-up look at Pluto did not disappoint Wednesday.
Amazon's 'big sales' draw ridicule and disappointment from customers
Amazon’s been teasing us for days about the Prime Day, claiming the deals were going to better than the famous Black Friday sales that take place after Thanksgiving.
Rip-Off Alert: Homeless lured into stealing checks, mail 
It’s called Operation Homeless: Con men recruit the homeless to steal mail from small businesses.
Captured in Las Vegas (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | Maximum security escape evokes Las Vegas memories 
When Richard Matt and David Sweat escaped from a maximum security prison in June, the manhunt may given Las Vegans a sense of déjà vu.
Alternative new horizons explored at Pluto's in Las Vegas 
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft delivered an up-close look at Pluto on Tuesday from 3 billion miles away. In Las Vegas during the mid-1980s, there was a different establishment exploring new horizons with a more salacious approach.
Clipping, Clearing and Raking (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Spring Mountain Youth Camp receives national recognition 
About 240 teenage boys who get in trouble with the law spend time at the Spring Mountain Youth Camp each year. Some of the work they do is getting national attention.
Rip-Off Alert: Trusted church member cleans out the flock 
They trusted him with their life savings and, in the end, he betrayed them in the worst possible way. The con man in question used his church as a recruiting ground.
(Gerard Ramalho / KSNV News 3)
Secrets of I-15: Zzyzx Road and Lake Dolores Water Park 
At some point but we usually zip right past some interesting stops along the way. Tonight News 3's Gerard Ramalho visits two of them with stops at Zzyzx Road and an abandoned water park known as more of an eyesore than a family attraction.
Discovering the secrets along Interstate 15: Baker 
We see them all along Interstate 15 on the way to California. These are interesting, even unusual sights that grab our attention, but rarely do we stop and explore. This week News 3 brings viewers the Secrets of I-15 and what we found may surprise you. News 3's Gerard Ramalho will be on the road for us over the next few days. Tonight he reports from his first stop in Baker, Calif.
Rip-Off Alert: Meth addicts alter checks to fund habit 
An illegal check washing scam was started – according to U.S. postal inspectors – by people that were addicted to methamphetamine in order to bankroll their habit.
Video Vault | The Lawman and The Stripper 
In his last TV interview, former Clark County Sheriff Ralph Lamb told a variety of stories to News 3, all of which have already aired, except for one. The final tale from the interview concerns stripper Lili St. Cyr.
New CDC study finds alarming rise in use of heroin 
Heroin is increasingly the hard drug of choice for a growing number of Americans.
In this June 26, 2015 file photo, Penn Jillette (left) and Teller appear at the
Penn & Teller aim to work their brand of magic on Broadway
Magic doesn't just happen like, well, magic. That's a major message of Penn and Teller, who for 40 years have plied their trade as sassy secularists in the priesthood of magicians, doing everything they can to undermine their brethren's baton-and-black-cape mystique.
(News 3)
Rip-Off Alert: Sweepstakes scam destroys man's life 
Terry Liddell says the last three years of his father's life were unbearable. He lost all of his savings and the stress of that loss almost destroyed their father-son relationship.
Off-duty Arizona firefighter defeats brush fire before it spreads 
Arizona will have one less wildfire this season, thanks to an off-duty firefighter who just happened to be driving by and saw it.
How to make those fireworks photos pop 
Fireworks are part of the July 4th tradition, and capturing those bursts can be a challenge on a smart phone
(News 3)
Rip-Off Alert: Counterfeit products end up being no bargain 
They are beautiful, stylish and cheap. If that sounds like an unlikely combination, you’re right. Con artists are more than aware that there is money to be made in one of the hottest products on the market.
Solar Dynamics Observatory captures spectacular eruption 
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recently captured spectacular video of a solar eruption.
Washington Nationals outfielder and Las Vegas native Bryce Harper is part of The Body Issue for this year’s ESPN The Magazine. (Bryce Harper via Instagram)
Harper touts cover appearance on ESPN's 'Body Issue'
Washington Nationals outfielder and Las Vegas native Bryce Harper is part of The Body Issue for this year’s ESPN The Magazine.
Billionaire businessman Bill Foley open to buying an NHL team 
Billionaire businessman Bill Foley says he is open to the possibility of buying an NHL team and moving it to Las Vegas. A New York Post report claims the NHL is working to relocate the Arizona Coyotes franchise to Las Vegas.
Four golf organizations that have tournaments scheduled at Donald Trump courses do not share his views — not on Mexican immigrants, or recent comments that the golf industry knows that he's right. (NBC News)
Golf organizations distance themselves from Donald Trump
Donald Trump says the golf industry supports him because "they know I'm right." Four leading golf organizations said he's wrong.
Flamingo & Paradise, NE Corner (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | Trouble at Paradise Market, Part 2 
There was nothing that outwardly remarkable about the strip mall that used to be at Flamingo and Paradise. But it turned out to be part of a Las Vegas/Los Angeles mob turf war.
(Kent G. Becker, CC (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/legalcode))
Misty Copeland: first African-American female principal dancer for American Ballet Theater
Misty Copeland celebrates 14 years with American Ballet Theater with a promotion. Copeland is the first African-American female principal dancer in the company’s 75-year history
(Dominick Lee - News 3 Photographer)
Adventure Combat Ops trains for zombie apocalypse  
Adventure Combat Ops combines every zombie apocalypse scenario imaginable into a 2-hour experience, with real military and science fiction influences.
Experts Decry "Belly Button Challenge" 
It has gone viral on the Chinese version of Twitter, Weibo. Now the belly button challenge is making its way to the United States.
Pregnant woman gives birth while lost in Nevada wilderness 
A pregnant woman gives birth by herself while lost for days in Nevada’s Plumas National Forest.



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