Las Vegas police shot at while conducting traffic stop

Police say they were conducting a routine traffic stop when they heard several gunshots. Police say they felt the gunfire was directed at them.


Las Vegas News for Saturday, January 14th

Police have no one in custody after an armed robber made off with items from a jewelry store near Suncoast Casino on Friday evening. Officers searched the casino floor after responding to reports of an armed robbery at MJ Christensen Diamond Center. No one was hurt and the robber made off with an undisclosed amount of jewelry before driving away. Police have found the suspects car, but have not yet located the man.
Family has identified the woman found dead Friday morning near an apartment complex in North Las Vegas as Damonea (Da-mon-ya) Hull. North Las Vegas Police responded to the apartment complex on Donna Street for reports of a body around 8:30. Officers later confirmed the woman had been fatally shot, and the death was being ruled as a homicide.
And a Sunrise Hospital employee was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot of the hospital on Friday afternoon. A man threatened the employee with a gun before making off with their cell phone. The employee was not injured, and the suspect is not in custody.


Nevada Athletic Commission moves forward to loosen marijuana regulations

A vote is expected in March or April. There are mixed opinions on whether boxers should be able to smoke pot.

source Exclusive Interview With Nevada State Senator Tick Segerblom sits down with Nevada State Senator Tick Segerblom to discuss the biggest issues in Las Vegas with the recreational marijuana industry. Also, we ask Tick what’s the process to implement Question 2 and what kind of regulations and changes can we expect in the future. Tick also explains the “Early Start” Bill. Finally we ask how will the Donald Trump administration affect the recreational marijuana industry in Nevada.

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Nevada closer to funding taxes for recreational marijuana

The Department of Taxation could soon receive nearly $890,000 for startup costs needed to begin regulating and taxing Nevada’s new recreational marijuana industry.


The 4-1-1 on 420 in Nevada – KSNV

Produced this video for KSNV News 3 Facebook Website on January 1st.

Summary: Marijuana may be legal in Nevada but don’t head to your nearest dispensary just yet. We have the do’s and don’ts of pot and how to keep you on the right side of the law.
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