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The City of Las Vegas launches holiday photo challenge on Twitter
The photo challenge is called #31DaysOfVegasCheer.
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Brussels a hotbed for ISIS recruiting amid rising terror threats
The city was shut down for days last week as authorities warned of an "imminent threat."
(Sandra G)
Las Vegas woman raises awareness on AIDS  
On this World Aids Day, it's a time to be more aware of the disease and what prevention there are.
Two-story house fire sends plume of smoke into the air over Henderson 
A house fire in Henderson sent a plume of smoke into the air. Henderson Fire Department says it was a two-story structure.
UNLV takes critical step in creation of fledgling medical school 
UNLV has taken a critical step in getting its fledgling medical school off the ground. On Monday, the school submitted its accreditation documents to the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, which accredits US med schools.
With his eyes closed during a moment of silence, President Barack Obama, the mayor of Paris and French President Hollande place a wreath at The Bataclan on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, in Paris. Nearly 90 people were killed by terrorists on Nov. 13, 2015, at the entertainment venue. (Kelly O'Donnell, NBC News)
EU position on climate acceptable to Poland; Obama arrives
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo says that the EU's position for climate talks in Paris is acceptable to coal-using Poland and she expects the conference will end in a deal.
A special needs child poses with Santa Claus on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, at Meadows Mall in Las Vegas. The mall sets aside special hours each Christmas season for children with special needs to have quiet and special time with Santa. (Ron English, News 3)
Children with special needs get to talk with Santa at Meadows Mall
For many families, a treasured holiday tradition is a visit with Santa at the mall, but for special needs children, the busy and loud atmosphere make it difficult and often triggers a stressful meltdown.
About 50 people gather at the Fremont Experience on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, as part of worldwide marches against global warming. Many of the world's leaders are to meet for a global warming summit in Paris on Monday. (Ron English, News 3)
Locals join worldwide march against global warming
About 50 people marched Sunday morning at the Fremont Experience in downtown Las Vegas, part of a worldwide effort to rally against global warming.


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Town Hall: Expert panel talks about the war on terror, how to defeat ISIS
Brooke Goldstein, a New York City attorney and director of Lawfare Project, said "we are really losing the war of ideas because we don't have a plan to defeat this ideology."
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Brussels a hotbed for ISIS recruiting amid rising terror threats
The city was shut down for days last week as authorities warned of an "imminent threat."
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Town Hall: Rep. Rob Wittman seeks clarity in plan for military fight against ISIS
Rep. Rob Wittman (R- Virginia), who attended the hearing as part of the committee, said to Sinclair it is time for Congress to play a more direct role in the use of military force in the Middle East.
UNLV president says keep Rebel name; no ties to Confederacy 
Since the summer, some have advocated that “Hey Reb” crossed the line and didn’t honor diversity because some believed there were ties to confederate imagery.
The Fight Before the Fight: weight loss before weigh-ins causes major medical risks 
In the days before stepping into the cage or ring, some fighters are waging war on their own bodies, cutting large amounts of water weight to qualify for the lowest weight class possible, then massively rehydrating for a size advantage.
Hill sets school rushing record as Wyoming beats UNLV 35-28
Brian Hill rushed for 232 yards and a touchdown, setting a school record for rushing yards in a season, and Cameron Coffman tossed three touchdown passes as Wyoming beat UNLV 35-28 Saturday.

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