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Gun safety groups to host presidential forum

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Two prominent gun safety organizations say they’ll host a forum for Democratic presidential candidates in Las Vegas on Oct. 2, the day after the second anniversary of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

March For Our Lives and the
Giffords group told The Associated Press on Thursday that the forum focused on
gun violence is the first of its kind for presidential hopefuls.

It’ll be open to those who
meet the Democratic National Committee’s polling and fundraising thresholds for
the September debate.

Former Arizona congresswoman
Gabrielle Giffords formed her group after being shot in 2011. Survivors of a shooting
at a Parkland, Florida, high school formed March For Our Lives.

Guns are a complex issue in
Nevada. It’s an early voting state with pro-gun Westerners as well as support
for tougher gun control after the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting killed 58 people... Read More


Sunny skies for our Friday and the air is noticeably drier which is great news for helping us beat the heat! And we’ll have plenty of that today and through the weekend. Find out how high the temps will go in Sherry’s #WeatherNOW forecast... Read More

19 Democratic presidential candidates headed to Nevada

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — On the heels of the two-night Democratic debate, many of the candidates are now making their way to Las Vegas.

Nevada will be the center of the political universe for a day on Saturday, as 19 Democrats running for president attend a forum sponsored by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal employees, or (AFSCME).

The forum at UNLV will feature questions from AFSCME members from around the country and will be live-streamed on the website of the Huffington Post.

Politics Now co-host Steve Sebelius sat down with Lee Saunders, president of the 1.4 million member union to ask him why he decided to hold the forum.

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Are your co-workers rude?

Do you work with rude people in your office or workplace? Anthony Mason of CBS This Morning speaks of a new survey that says it’s true and John Langeler finds out for himself when it’s time for Sherry to do the forecast... Read More

REPORT: Henderson tried to get Arizona Diamondbacks to relocate

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The city of Henderson reportedly tried to lure the Arizona Diamondbacks to southern Nevada and even had sketches of a proposed retractable-roof baseball stadium.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Thursday it obtained records showing Henderson officials quietly began a push last year to coax the Diamondbacks to relocate, but discussions stalled.

According to an agreement with the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in May 2018, the Diamondbacks can leave Chase Field and end the team’s 20-year residence at the downtown Phoenix stadium as early as 2022.

The Review-Journal says Henderson City Manager Richard Derrick signed a nondisclosure agreement with the Diamondbacks in July 2018 and nicknamed the effort “Project Marble.”

City officials now say they would be open to talking with any professional sports team looking to relocate to Henderson... Read More

OVERNIGHT: Motorcyclist dies in single-vehicle crash near Charleston, Maryland Parkway

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Officers say they responded to an overnight fatal motorcycle crash near Maryland Parkway and Franklin Avenue, near Charleston Boulevard.

Update: here's a better photo of the bike. @8NewsNow #8NN pic.twitter.com/ANTwVvhv12

— Eric Jungblut (@JungblutEric) August 2, 2019

They say the single-vehicle motorcycle crash call came in around 1:50 a.m. and fatal detectives reported to the scene shortly after. ... Read More