Afternoon News Update
Obama chides GOP Congress, heckler ousted in Vegas speech

President Barack Obama said he returned to Las Vegas Friday, two years after promising comprehensive immigration reform here, to show he “will never give up” and still wants Congress to pass a bill even after he took executive action to protect 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.
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Man arrested after stabbing near Stratosphere that drew SWAT team

A person has been stabbed and somebody else is refusing to come out of a central valley home, prompting a SWAT team response, according to Las Vegas police.

3 North Las Vegas men charged in $700,000 jewelry heist

Three North Las Vegas men face robbery charges after prosecutors say they stole $700,000 worth of merchandise from a valley jewelry store, the U.S Department of Justice announced Friday.

Bellagio robbery defendant found not competent to stand trial

The Kansas felon charged in the summer robberies of the Bellagio casino and a Las Vegas bank was found not competent to stand trial Friday.

Some dogs rescued from NLV house fire may be put up for adoption

Some dogs rescued from a North Las Vegas house fire in September may be available for adoption soon, the Animal Foundation announced Friday.

Panel recommends $650 million Lake Mead project, rate hike

A community advisory committee is recommending a new $650 million water project — and a rate hike to pay for it — to secure the Las Vegas Valley’s water supply even under a worst case scenario at Lake Mead.

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