Thanksgiving is a black day for turkeys, in general. However, there's one group of birds that's accidentally stumbled into a safe haven. In fact, they might be the safest turkeys in America and they live in Nevada.
The unincorporated area of Clark County is preparing to go to once a week trash pickup in a move to boost recycling rates. Whether that works is being debated and some records show recycling is going down.
Get ready to say goodbye to twice a week garbage service. Henderson and North Las Vegas have already made the switch to once a week pickups and the county could be next. It's an effort to beef up recycling.
Several years ago an organization formed to help offer sex workers a way out. The group is called Hookers for Jesus and their refuge is called Destiny House, one of the few places they can go for help.
8 News NOW first reported the administrator of Nevada's Taxicab Authority is stepping down. Charles Harvey isn't saying much about why he is leaving but there is a long list of irritants that come with that job.
A state law spells out that the person who holds a job on the ethics commission is prohibited from being involved in any political campaigns. The I-Team has learned that more than one ethics official has overlooked that law.
Nevada's Commission on Ethics is where public officials go to find out if they are crossing the line or violating the public trust. But what happens when ethics charges are leveled at the ethics commission itself? Who decides?