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Conflict between state, county could affect medical marijuana dispensaries

LAS VEGAS -- Medical marijuana stores could be up and running in the valley as soon as January; but that doesn't mean a lot of dispensaries will open when that happens.

In all, only 40 dispensaries are allowed to open across the valley. Eighteen of those will be in unincorporated Clark County.

Local commissioners chose 18 applications, but the state only approved 10 of them, so this has caused disagreements between Clark County Commissioners, and the state, which is causing a hold up.

In the end, this may cause fewer dispensaries to open up.

"I guess that's a potential. I certainly hope it doesn't come to that because ultimately who is going to suffer -- the patient,” said Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commissioner.

Commissioner Sisolak said he's hesitant to grant permits to applicants the state chose without getting approval from the county first.

Henderson home burglary caught on camera

HENDERSON, Nev. -- High-tech security and a guard gated entry weren't enough to stop a pricey heist in the upscale MacDonald Ranch community. A pair of burglars made off with $75,000 in jewelry and other items, including a loaded hand gun.

And it was all caught on camera.

Stephanie Shirit, the burglary victim, lives in a neighborhood near Stephanie Street and the 215. She's concerned the burglary may be an inside job.

Coroner IDs teen killed in rollover, I-15 near Apex

LAS VEGAS -- The Clark County Coroner's Office has identified the person killed Saturday in a fatal rollover accident that shut down parts of I-15 at mile marker 60.

Mike Guerrer-Sisneroz of Lincoln, NE was the 19- year-old man driving when his SUV crashed, according to the coroners office.  Trooper Loy Hixson with Nevada Highway Patrol said when the crash happened at 11:56 a.m., there were two people in the car.

NHP said the 1997 Nissan Pathfinder was traveling northbound from California when the left side tires went off the road. Guerrer-Sisneroz over corrected the steering to the right and veered into the southbound lanes, according to troopers. 

The SUV lost control and it overturned entering the median and striking the barrier.  NHP said the Pathfinder continued to overturn before stopping right side up on southbound I-15 facing south in the area up towards Apex.

President Obama leaves Las Vegas

 LAS VEGAS -- After spending the weekend in Las Vegas, President Barack Obama left Nevada Sunday to return to Washington D.C.

Air Force One departed from McCarran International Airport around 10:45 a.m. Over the weekend, Obama stayed in Henderson and spent some time golfing at Reflection Bay Golf Club.

The president arrived in Las Vegas on Friday for and visited a Las Vegas High School to sign an executive order on immigration.

With him aboard Air Force One was a delegation of congressional Democrats including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Nevada U.S. Reps. Dina Titus and Steven Horsford.

The president says his executive order will protect as many as 5 million immigrants who are illegally in the United States from deportation.

Major backlog for U.S. Immigration Court in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS -- President Obama will be in a familiar place in the valley Friday. The president is expected to be at Del Sol High School, the same place where he laid out his blue print for immigration changes nearly two years ago.

That plan never got out of Congress, but Thursday night, President Obama laid out new expansive executive actions on immigration. The new plan will spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation and refocus enforcement efforts on "felons, not families."

In the meantime, Nevada is definitely high on the list of states that have illegal immigrants. Pew Researchers did a study which revealed Nevada has the highest share of undocumented immigrants of any state. The study also found one in six Nevadan children have at least one parent who is in the country illegally.

Newlywed's family begs for hit-and-run driver to turn self in

HENDERSON, Nev.  -- The family of a newlywed killed over the weekend is asking for help in finding the hit-and-run driver who killed Mario Regalado.

The crash happened Saturday afternoon near Eastern and Evansville avenues.  That's where Regalado was riding his bike when someone hit him and took off. 

Police say they have found the car, a 90s model sedan, involved in the crash, but the driver hasn't been located.

Regalado, 43, was always out cycling and loved being active, but this was the one ride that ended his life.

Days before the crash, his daughter Bella, gave him a present.

"He has this road ID bracelet that his daughter had just given him, two days ago," said Melissa Moses, Regalado's wife.

Saturday was the first time he wore the bracelet.

"It has my name, contact info and No.

Freeze warning issued for central, northeast Clark County

LAS VEGAS -- The National Weather Service in Las Vegas has issued a freeze warning for central and northeast Clark County. The watch is in effect from late Sunday night through Monday.

A freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are possible and these conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

Here are some safety tips for dealing with freezing weather from Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.

Keep anything that can burn, such as clothing, furniture, mattresses and paper products at least three feet away from any heat sources such as furnaces, space heaters, fireplaces, stoves and water heaters.