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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.
Daddy Boot Camp: Colorado hospital educates future fathers 
Colorado hospital's three-hour workshop lets future first time fathers learn what to expect from veteran dads.
Company plans new resort at location of former Frontier 
The reach of Las Vegas' neon lights is growing again. A new resort casino is coming to the Boulevard's north end.
These grandparents can't quite piece together the baby announcement clues
A local family tried to announce their pregnancy to their parents in a clever way, but their clues ended up a little too subtle for the four soon-to-be grandparents.
(Fatima Rahmatullah - News 3 Reporter)
Las Vegas sign spinner makes the street corner his stage 
We've all seen them on the street corner, but Michael Meredith is no ordinary sign spinner.
Rip-Off Alert: Be wary of online deals for designer items 
It’s always tempting to get a good deal online for what would normally be pricey designer items. But there are con artists trolling the web with one goal in mind: Lure you in and rip you off.
Positive notes: Patients improve lung function with harmonicas 
Hospital program is helping patients improve their lung function and make music at the same time.
Video Vault | Trouble at Paradise Market, Part 1 
The Strip Mall that used to be on the northeast corner of Flamingo and Paradise was in the news a lot in the early 1980s, for all the wrong reasons.
Tougher competition, approach pay off for Vegas youth volleyball team 
The Vegas Aces 12 and Under girls volleyball team thrives on competition. After beating 14-U teams in Las Vegas, they searched for stiffer competition in southern California.
600 million Samsung devices vulnerable to hack 
It's dangerous experts tell us, a software hack so malicious if you own a Samsung Galaxy someone may be watching you right now.
(Steven Dwyer (used with permission))
Father of the 51s 
For this Father’s Day, we’re focusing on someone who picks up the role for the entire 51s baseball team right here in Las Vegas. News 3’s Marie Mortera went behind the scenes at Cashman Field for a look at the man who is father at home, and keeps up the role behind home plate.
(Tonight Show)
Jimmy Fallon and Alan Rickman talk over helium
Trending today on Facebook, Jimmy Fallon's hilarious exchange with big screen legend Alan Rickman. On The Tonight Show you never know what can happen...
(Aubrey Clerkin)
Downtown Container Park makes shopping history 
It's a first for downtown Las Vegas: a children's store. For decades, the area known for casinos and pawn shops, is now getting in touch with it's family-friendly side. Downtown Container Park's Doug McPhail took Marie Mortera for a tour.
(KSNV)
Connect to Congress: Rep. Dina Titus 
We’re getting an all access pass to our state leaders to ask about issues you want to know about and this week Representative Dina Titus sat down with our Dana Wagner to talk on a range of issues.
Men accused of scamming businesses out of $3.5 million in grant fraud scheme
Three Las Vegas men have been indicted by the federal grand jury on charges that they fraudulently obtained more than $3.5 million from small business owners for grant funding and services which were never provided and never intended to be provided, announced U.S. Attorney Daniel G. Bogden for the District of Nevada and Laura A. Bucheit, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI for Nevada.
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Allegiant cancels 6 Florida flights after emergency landing
Allegiant Air has canceled six flights at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport following an emergency landing of one of the airline's planes.
September 24, 1990 (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | Rodney Dangerfield feels disrespected 
In 1990, the bug-eyed comedian took Caesars Palace to court over a steam room incident which the comedian said left him injured.
Participants simultaneously release thousands of lanterns illuminating the sky over the Jean dry lake bed in Jean, Nev., at the first RiSE Lantern Festival on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014. (RiSE)
Sky lanterns will again grace the skies near Jean, NV for RiSE festival 
Last year 20,000 lanterns flew above the dry lake bed as part of the breathtaking RiSE festival, and the organizers have announced that they’re going to do it again.
(Dominick Lee- News 3 Photographer)
Garage sale treasure: Local bargain hunter buys Dali original 
Spend five dollars at a Henderson garage sale, and walk away with a piece of art worth thousands. A local bargain hunter walks away with an original Dali.
Pony Express riders to set off for California
The Pony Express will be riding again for the next two weeks.
https://vimeo.com/feltsoulmedia (Ben Moon (Denali from FELT SOUL MEDIA on Vimeo))
Man's Best Friend: A man's touching tribute to his dog Denali
A photographer used his talent to create a touching tribute to his best friend, who just happened to be his beloved dog Denali. Check out his award winning film here.
High tech grill and garden gadgets for Father's Day 
High tech grilling and yard gadgets could be perfect gifts this Father's Day.
There are questions about Spokane's NAACP Chapter President, Rachel Dolezal. The city confirmed with KHQ she claimed to be of African-American descent on a city application to be on the Ombudsman commission. But her parents say Rachel is white and has been misrepresenting her ethnicity for years. (NBC News)
Is Spokane NAACP leader falsely portraying herself as black?
Family members of an NAACP leader say the Washington state civil rights activist has been falsely portraying herself as black for years.
(DCMFCanada/YouTube)
Dear 16-year-old me: A message about skin cancer
A viral message from the David Cornfield Melanoma Fund. Don't forget about your skin when the summer sun calls to you.
(Mauricio Hoyos Padilla)
Enormous Great White Shark caught on camera in Mexico
Could it be the biggest Great White Shark ever captured on camera? Check out this close encounter with divers in Guadalupe Island, Mexico.
Ken Beider spent days hospitalized after performing a May 31 matinee at the Downtown Temple of Music and Art in Tucson, Ariz. (NBC News)
The show must go on, even after accidental stabbing on stage
An actor was accidentally stabbed in the stomach during a Tuscon play and kept performing for more than 20 minutes until intermission.
(Legolambs)
"I Am Not Jessica Chastain," a musical tribute to Bryce Dallas Howard
Don't call her Jessica. Bryce Dallas Howard says this musical rendition helps to set the record straight, but she isn't taking credit for it's brilliance.
Rip-Off Alert: Trusted boss, advisor ends up being con man 
In this Rip-Off Alert, a victim in Philadelphia tells all about her boss and trusted financial advisor. In the end, he turned out to be a con man who stole millions.
Introduced March, 2015 (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | A Quick History of Channel 3 
Over the course of 60 years, this station has had three sets of owners, three sets of call letters and two dial positions.
Las Vegas Metro Chamber hosts Business Expo June 10th 
The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce invites businesses across the community to showcase what makes them special at their annual Business Expo at The Cashman Center June 10th
(MissJill)
Sister freak out! Aunt reacts pricelessly during ultrasound
Jill is 20 weeks into her third pregnancy and as a surprise invited her sister to sit in on a milestone ultrasound. But she ends up giving her the surprise of her life when the technician reveals that Mom is having twins.
A homeowner has installed solar panels on his roof, but has been delayed in using them by NV Energy.  (Gerard Ramalho)
Homeowner suspicious of power company delays in solar meter installation 
Homeowner Gerard Azoulay says despite passing his initial inspection and being permitted by the city in Febuary, he still has no solar power. He blames NV Energy.
Rip-Off Alert: Crystal meth tearing apart families in Guam 
On an island paradise many people dream about, nightmares are appearing in the form of a very addictive drug. Drug abuse, especially crystal methamphetamine, is tearing Guamanian apart families and sending dozens to prison.
Deportation case takes a turn (Sandra Gonzalez)
Man set to be deported receives another option 
Daniel Romero Leon has been detained for nearly three weeks and was set to be deported when his case opened up another option.
Pahrump animal shelter facing space crisis 
The Nye County Animal Shelter in Pahrump has a space crunch, and on top of that, the county has to find a new group to run it.
(Lee County Sheriff Dept.)
Florida man tries to ward off vampires by dancing on cop car
A Florida man is captured on surveillance video striking the back of a Lee County Sheriff's Office marked patrol vehicle, dancing on the roof and trying to ward of vampires with his moves.
Police are trying to find a burglar who stole Paralympic medals and prosthetic legs from disabled athlete Paul Peterson. (NBC News)
Paralympian to keep training despite theft of prosthetic blades 
Paralympian Paul Peterson says he won't stop running competitively despite losing his custom prosthetic running blades to burglars.
(News 3)
AG’s office warns Nevadans of fraudulent veterans charity scam
The Nevada attorney general’s office is warning residents of a fraudulent charity scam soliciting donations for veterans.
From Sheryl Sandberg's Facebook Post (Sheryl Sandberg)
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg's personal message about death & grief
Sheryl Sandberg is the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook and today she used the social network to share a personal story about the loss of her husband Dave Goldberg. The message is viral, inspiring many who are dealing with their own grief and loss.





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