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Trump rally draws fans, protesters to suburban Nevada venue

Supporters and protesters are gathered outside a suburban Las Vegas-area concert venue ahead of the first of two Nevada campaign rallies featuring Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Robert Hartwick of Mohave Valley, Arizona, drove two hours to join a line that began forming shortly after sunrise Wednesday outside the 6,500-seat Henderson Pavilion. Hartwick, a train engineer for 38 years, said he was attending his fourth Trump rally this year in Nevada and Arizona.

He says the country needs a president who understands how business and labor work. Leaders of a coalition of liberal and conservation groups organized a peaceful but loud protest at nearby corner.

They're focusing on what they call degrading remarks by Trump about women and his refusal to release tax records. Trump is due to travel later to Reno for another rally... Read More

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Police retrace steps of shooting victim before crash, death

A 911 call, then a car crash. When first responders took Christopher Stewart to the hospital, they discovered he was bleeding from a gunshot wound. Police are trying to determine what happened to Stewart leading up to his ride home.

According to officers, the 49-year-old's car crashed at Anthem Parkway and Bicentennial Parkway in Anthem early Monday morning. Stewart was shot before the crash.

He died at Saint Rose Siena Hospital.

Henderson Police say they don't have a lot of information to go on, but they believe Stewart was shot before he crashed on his way home to Anthem Highlands. Henderson Police are now retracing Stewart's last steps.

"We know that he was getting off work and he had stopped in a restaurant, said Michelle French, Spokesperson for Henderson Police. "This was part of his routine, and he was headed home."

A manager of "The Bar" on Bermuda and Saint Rose Parkway, said Stewart stopped to pick up a to-go order and then he left... Read More

Man shot before crashing car in Henderson

Early Morning Homicide Leaves One Man Dead--Henderson Police Seek Information to Identify Shooting Suspect

Police detectives have asked for the public's help in gathering information about a homicide that happened in Henderson Monday morning.

According to Henderson Police, 911 dispatchers said they received a call around 3:53 a.m. from a man who said he had been shot.

While dispatchers were on the line with the 49-year-old man, he crashed his vehicle into a light pole near Anthem Parkway and Bicentennial Parkway.

The man who's identity is unknown at this time was taken to Saint Rose Siena Hospital, where he died from his injuries. His identity will be released later by the Clark County Coroner's Office... Read More

New hospital to open soon in Henderson

A new Henderson hospital will open its doors at the end of October. 8 News NOW got a inside look at the state-of-the-art technology that will be using to provide quality healthcare to valley patients.

The Henderson Hospital will open to the public on Oct. 31 and there will be 130 beds for patients. It will be located at Galleria Drive and Gibson Road, just off of U.S. 95. The construction of the hospital is part of a much bigger plan. More construction is in the works surrounding the hospital including other healthcare facilities and new entertainment and retail space.

It's been about 15 months since ground broke for the Henderson hospital.

"There's been a tremendous amount of effort," said Sam Kaufman, CEO, Henderson Hospital. "Almost 1,500 people have gone in to build this hospital." ... Read More

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Nevada Supreme Court ruling brings ESA program to a standstill

The Nevada Supreme Court has put a halt to the controversial ESA program.

The court found Nevada's Education Savings Account program doesn't violate the state constitution however the funding under the bill that created the program is in question.

Justices issued a 4-2 ruling on Thursday calling for a permanent injunction on the program, which was on hold on a temporary basis.

The ruling says the program authorized last spring by the Nevada Legislature did not have its own dedicated funding source and is unlawfully drawing on money allocated for public schools in the state's Distributive School Account. It would have allowed parents to use public school dollars to pay for private school tuition... Read More

Henderson man faces murder charge in woman's stabbing death

The Clark County Coroner's Office released the name of the woman stabbed and killed in a Henderson home.

Amanda Kaplan, 30, has been identified as the victim.

According to the coroner, her cause of death is stab wounds to the chest. The manner in which she died is said to be homicide.

Michael Kaplan was arrested and booked Saturday on one count of open murder for Amanda's death.

The 48-year-old is currently being held at the Henderson Detention Center. Authorities say they received a 911 call earlier in the day reporting that someone at the home needed emergency medical attention.

Responding officers found a Amanda dead and with a possible stab wound. Kaplan was taken into custody at the scene.

Three children ages 7, 3 and 3 months, were in the home. They are now in the care of Child Protective Services.

Police did not disclose how Kaplan and the victim were related... Read More

Henderson crews respond to morning fire

Henderson Fire Department responded to a house fire Monday morning. The fire erupted shortly before 5 a.m. at a home on Silica Sand Street, near Gibson Road and Paseo Verde Parkway.

Henderson Police say no one was injured from the fire. Investigators on scene report a mother and son were house-sitting inside the residence when the fire erupted.

The mother received minor burns, but refused medical treatment. The son was unharmed.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation. ... Read More