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Lake Mead family-owned harbor outdates National Park Service 
Thursday is Lake Mead’s 51st anniversary with the National Park Service. But one local family’s footprint outdates the days as a national recreation area.
Police in Las Vegas say they are investigating the discovery of human remains in a duffel bag in an underground utility vault. (Fatima Rahmatullah | News3LV)
Coroner releases ID of woman discovered in duffel bag
The Clark County coroner’s office has released the identity of the woman found Sept. 22 in a duffel bag near Boulder Highway and Flamingo Road.
Norma Olga Benavidez
Las Vegas woman sentenced for immigration assistance scam
A Las Vegas woman was sentenced to prison for an immigration scam, stealing tens of thousands of dollars from multiple victims between March 2012 and March 2014.
Lock-down lifted at Bertha Ronzone Elementary, police continue search for suspect 
The lock-down at Bertha Ronzone Elementary School has been lifted. The search continues for a suspect in the area.
Man sentenced for transporting girl, 15, to work as prostitute
A Las Vegas man who was arrested in 2014 as part of a joint law enforcement effort to capture child predators in southern Nevada was sentenced today to 10 years in prison and 25 years of supervised release for recruiting and enticing a 15-year-old girl to travel across state lines to work as a prostitute in Las Vegas.
Cox was hit by a 64-year-old driver on Wednesday, October 7, 2015. She was riding with two other people when she was hit. (Used with permission from Cox family)
Henderson cyclist hit by car is in a coma following severe head injury
Cara Cox remains in a coma after suffering a severe head injury while cycling in Henderson near the intersection of Sun City Anthem Drive and Thunder Bay Avenue.
(Bradford Boyer - News 3 Photographer)
A rainy start to the week: Flooded streets and delays on the road 
Water, water everywhere... The storms are blowing through Southern Nevada, giving the valley a good soaking. Here is a look at where that storm is headed, and how long you'll need an umbrella.
(Tom Hawley)
Rain and lightning across the valley this morning 
Be careful driving this morning. Tom Hawley wasn't able to fly in Sky 3 thanks to the low visibility and lightning.


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With McCarthy Out of House Speaker Race, Who's Next?
Kevin McCarthy is out of the Speaker's race so what happens next? House Republicans aren't quite sure.
Gunman Kills 1 at Arizona University: School
The shooter is in custody, and the campus is no longer on lockdown.
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Killed in Syria
The cause of Hamedani's death was not provided, although it comes as Russian cruise missiles are targeting Syria's anti-government militants.

U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) speaks during a media availability after a Republican Conference meeting December 13, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (Alex Wong, Getty Images)
McCarthy: GOP needs unifier
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says he's withdrawing from the race to be speaker because Republicans are clearly divided and it's necessary to pick a candidate who can unite them.
Comedian Bill Cosby poses for photographers at the 12th annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the John F. Kennedy Center on October 26, 2009 in Washington, DC. Cosby is this year's honoree. (Brendan Hoffman, Getty Images)
Cosby to be deposed after dismissal request denied
A judge has denied Bill Cosby's request to dismiss a sexual assault lawsuit filed against him, paving the way for the embattled comedian to be deposed on Friday.
Senator Reid suing over exercise band that blinded his eye 
Nevada democratic senator Harry Reid is suing the company that made an exercise band that may leave him permanently blind in one eye.
Rebels baseball coach Chambers arrested on DUI charge
UNLV head baseball coach Tim Chambers, who had been on a medical leave of absence from the program, was arrested Tuesday on a DUI charge.
ESPN cuts sponsored daily fantasy sports elements from shows
ESPN is cutting sponsored DraftKings content from within shows but continues broadcasting commercials from the daily fantasy sports site. That's according to ESPN Outside the Lines host Bob Ley, who revealed the shift during his show Tuesday.
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Minor League Baseball teams unite to help with SC flood relief
In the wake of the devastating rains and historic flooding that have hit South Carolina over the past week, the four Minor League Baseball teams in South Carolina are coming together to support and raise money for flood victims in the state.

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