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Home brewers experiment with reclaimed waste water 
Oregon is known for specialty beers, but what about a beer made with sewer water? It's what some local home-brewers will be doing this summer.
Experts: Fake tickets abound as Super Bowl nears 
Experts warn that fake tickets are a certainty as the Super Bowl nears.
Taco truck owner offers tacos for life for tattoos 
Kris Kimber is now entitled to a lifetime of free tacos after he got a tattoo of a taco featuring the logo for Flint's new food truck, Vehicle City Tacos.
Sex education survey results released to CCSD board 
When it comes to sex education – what topics should be taught in Clark County schools? And how old should kids be when they learn about these sensitive topics?
Stan Irwin dons western attire, September 1, 1953. Las Vegas legend Stan Irwin passed away today. Irwin was Entertainment Director and Vice President-General Manager for the Del Webb Entertainment Corporation and most notably led entertainment at the Sahara Hotel for many years where he was instrumental in bringing the Beatles to Las Vegas in 1964 for their only concerts ever in the city at the Las Vegas Convention Center Rotunda. Thursday, January 22, 2015. (Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau Archives)
Las Vegas producer and Johnny Carson manager Stan Irwin dies
Stan Irwin, a Las Vegas producer and manager for such celebrities as Johnny Carson, has died at age 94.
UNLV program to help military veterans become teachers 
Troops to Teachers at UNLV is a five-week program that gets military veterans certified to teach in Clark County with the promise that they will continue their education.
Sitting all day at work then sitting at night is not good for health 
New study finds sitting at a desk all day and in front of the TV in the evening increases your risk of an early death.
Aroma therapy, llama used to reduce student stress 
Oregon school uses aroma therapy and llama petting sessions to reduce student stress during exams.
March 1, 1990 (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | Moby Grape place for rock in Las Vegas 
From the mid-1970s into 1990, one nightclub stood above the others for 20-somethings to rock out in Las Vegas.
The Seattle Mariners are making history by become the first major league team to install an LED lighting system at SafeCo Field.   (NBC News)
Mariners install first LED lighting system in MLB
The Seattle Mariners are rolling out the first LED-lit field in Major League Baseball.
Westside residents happy with reopening of F Street 
If any corner of Las Vegas has its historian, few can beat Ora Bland. Bland has lived on F Street, in what’s often known as the Westside, since she moved to Las Vegas from Michigan in 1953.
(News 3)
Rip-Off Alert | 'Psychological mastermind' scams family 
An elderly couple was lured into a scam that cost them their life savings. Lynn West discovered the hard way that her mother and stepfather had fallen into financial trouble.
New rules for U.S.-Cuba relations begin Friday 
New rules governing U.S.-Cuba relations go into effect on Friday.
Year-round school schedule concerns many parents 
Many Southern Nevada schools are overflowing with students, which means some might have to move to other campuses soon.
Rip-Off Alert | Mother unconvinced of lottery scam 
It's one of the most popular scams affecting the elderly: Con men claiming victims won the lottery – but to collect the winnings, they need to pay fees up front.
Artist Rendition With Canals (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | 'Las Venice' 1991 dream for Downtown 
If you think the Fremont Street Experience is wild, wait until you see the alternative that fell by the wayside first.
Golisano Children's Hospital in Fort Myers, Fla., is turning some of its sick patients into rock stars, transforming their hospital rooms into a virtual fantasy. (NBC News)
Children's hospital music therapy program yields benefits 
Golisano Children's Hospital is turning some of its sick patients into rock stars, transforming their hospital rooms into a virtual fantasy.
Officials look at requiring condoms during production of porn films 
Porn producers are making films in Las Vegas homes and warehouses. With an increase in porn production, state officials are concerned about the health of the actors.
Interactive kitchen designed to unite cooking, digital age 
From touchscreen social table workspace where you can send recipes right to monitors mounted in the backsplash to voice activated temperature control, the kitchen the Virginia Tech Center for Design Research has built is cutting edge.
Fey, Poehler ready to have fun hosting Golden Globes 
The third time might be a charm, but the first two times hosting the Golden Globes went pretty well for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Tape: FedEx driver swipes puppies from Houston home 
A FedEx driver has been suspended after being accused of taking two puppies from the front of a family's home.
Volunteers pitch in to count bald eagles at Lake Mead 
Lake Mead National Park is one of the busiest national parks in the country. During the winter a different kind of visitor moves into the area that holds some national importance. This is the time to count bald eagles who have migrated to Lake Mead.
Poster For Exhibit (City of Las Vegas)
Video Vault | Midcentury Las Vegas Stage exhibit 
A photography and fashion exhibit is the jump-off point to explore the Las Vegas Lounge scene from decades gone by.
Russian rescuers return after a search operation with an Indonesian Air Force helicopter for the victims of AirAsia Flight 8501, at the airport in Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015. At least two divers plunged into the choppy waters early Wednesday during a break in the bad weather to search for two large objects suspected of being chunks of the fuselage of the AirAsia plane that crashed more than one week ago, an Indonesian official said. (Achmad Ibrahim/AP Photo)
Tail of missing AirAsia plane discovered in Java Sea
Indonesian official confirms tail of missing AirAsia plane has been found in the Java Sea.
(NBC News)
N.M. man told $500K winning lottery ticket a misprint 
A New Mexico man thought he won big bucks on a lottery scratcher only to find out it was a misprint.
College football playoff well received by bettors, books 
For the first time, Las Vegas sports books are dealing with college football's new four-team playoff system. The attraction has bettors rushing to place wagers.
William Nellis Superimposed (KSNV-TV/Channel-3)
Video Vault | Namesake of Nellis Air Force Base 
Seventy years after he died in World War II's Battle of the Bulge, Video Vault takes a look back at the legacy of William H. Nellis.
Rebels legend Cunningham welcomes Silverado opportunity 
Silverado High School has open seats, and it could soon find several local high school football players eager to fill them. That’s because former Rebels great Randall Cunningham, a former NFL quarterback and current local pastor, is now the school’s varsity football coach.
Rip-Off Alert | Teacher ropes colleagues into Ponzi scheme 
If instincts tell you to avoid investing in something, do some research before making your next move.
A plaque honoring two New York City police officers shot and killed last week is being delievered to the survivors by two North Las Vegas police officers this weekend.
North Las Vegas officers present plaque to NYC precinct
Two North Las Vegas police officers have delivered a wooden plaque to a New York City police precinct in honor of two fallen police officers.
Rip-Off Alert: Don't be a chump trying to buy a chimp 
A woman tried to buy a monkey online from what she thought was a legitimate seller. Now she's out quite a bit of money and remains without her would-be pet.
Philadelphia transit officers help deliver baby boy 
Two transit authority police officers in Philadelphia jumped into action Thursday night to help a mother deliver the ultimate Christmas gift – a baby boy.
Military personnel share holiday wishes with loved ones 
Military personnel from the Las Vegas Valley share their holiday greetings with their families and News 3 viewers.
1969 at Million Dollar Display (UNLV Special Collections)
Video Vault | Remembering gambling legend Benny Binion 
He was a colorful character with a criminal past, who rose to be guiding force on Fremont. Binion passes away on Christmas Day 1989. News 3 looks back 25 years later.
(NBC News)
Mustang stolen 28 years ago returned to its owner 
After 28 years, Lynda Alsip has her stolen 1967 Mustang back.
Rip-Off Alert: Mother victimized by mail thief 
Make sure your outgoing mail is kept in a secure place. Your mail is full of personal information that an identity thief would love to get his hands on.
A billboard in Chico, Calif., is drawing fire for its depiction of Santa Claus holding an assault rifle. (NBC News)
Gun range's Santa display causing controversy in Chico 
A billboard is drawing fire for its depiction of Santa Claus holding an assault rifle.
JOE COCKER (AP File Photo/Keystone, Fabrice Coffrini)
British rocker Joe Cocker dies of lung cancer at 70
Joe Cocker, the raspy-voiced British singer known for his frenzied cover of "With a Little Help From My Friends," the teary ballad "You Are So Beautiful" and a contorted performing style uncannily parodied by John Belushi on "Saturday Night Live," has died. He was 70.
3,000 families benefit from HELP toy distribution drive 
As people prepare to receive gifts, countless others in the Las Vegas Valley choose to donate what others can't afford.
(NBC News)
Two states sue Colorado over legalized marijuana 
Nebraska and Oklahoma have filed a case with the U.S Supreme Court against Colorado, alleging that Colorado's Amendment 64, legalizing recreational marijuana, is unconstitutional.
FLASHBACK: Demeanor contrasts with reality in Havana 
The upbeat tempo of their music contrasts sharply with the dreary existence that is life in Communist Cuba.
More than 1,300 days later brings us to the first St. Mary's Church Mass in a permanent location since the tornado in Joplin, Mo. (NBC News)
Church destroyed by Joplin tornado back in business 
Church destroyed by Joplin, Missouri tornado holds Mass in its own sanctuary for first time in three years.
Video Vault | Soccer stadium site part of city's development 
It’s put up or shut up today for a possible downtown soccer stadium, with the Las Vegas City Council planning a decisive vote on a funding package that would plans to move forward.
Rip-Off Alert: Grinch steals delivered packages 
A real-life Grinch is caught red-handed stealing Christmas presents from a home near Minneapolis. But he couldn't rob one family of what he couldn't see – the true spirit of the season.
New champion will be crowned tonight on 'The Voice' 
Tonight is the night for "The Voice". The show will crown its seventh winner during a two hour finale.
Metro may change use of force policy after tape's release 
Metro is considering changing its use of force policy after a video surfaced showing an officer beating a man at a downtown Las Vegas bar.
One last shot for four singers on 'The Voice' 
No doubt some nerves are at work on the set of "The Voice" this afternoon. The show's finale begins tonight with four singers left, each one hoping to win the title tomorrow night.
High-Tech stocking stuffers 
Looking for a high-tech stocking stuffer? NBC News' Mark Barger looks at several gadgets that will run you less than $50.
She's 103 and still ringing strong 
Pearl Sutphen celebrates her 103rd birthday with a visit to Santa, and gives back by working as a Salvation Army bell-ringer.


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