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    Special Report: Suspect dead, multiple victims reported after UNLV shooting

    06:49
  • Las Vegas police respond to shooting on UNLV campus, say suspect is dead

    05:05
  • Cherokee Nation slams Mattel over Barbie meant to honor historic female leader

    02:38
  • Suspect arrested after 6 people killed in a Texas shooting spree

    02:55
  • Austin police describe shooting spree that left multiple casualties

    02:46
  • Video appears to show man robbing a bank and shooting off-duty officer

    02:50
  • Panera faces second lawsuit over charged lemonade

    02:18
  • Watch: California ‘Grinch’ steals Christmas tree tied to parked car

    01:15
  • NCAA president proposes new division that would allow for student athletes to be paid

    01:28
  • The fight against illegal gun modifications turning firearms into machine guns

    04:55
  • Suspects allegedly sent photos of victim's body to family after suspected murder

    01:41
  • Popular streaming services partnering with competitors to bundle content

    01:48
  • Presidents of MIT, UPenn and Harvard testify on Capitol Hill over rise in antisemitism on campuses

    02:06
  • Massive home explosion in Arlington, Virginia during SWAT standoff

    01:44
  • Millions in Pacific Northwest under flood alerts as multiple storms hit region

    01:40
  • Woman creates podcast about her father who was a bank robber and fugitive 

    10:29
  • College presidents defend responses to campus antisemitism

    01:24
  • Texas DA drops indictments of 17 police officers related to George Floyd protests

    01:22
  • Lawsuit: Wyoming school resource officer assaulted 8-year-old

    01:55
  • Lawsuit alleges Panera Bread’s Charged Lemonade responsible for a second death

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Inside fight to save historic Latino neighborhood in Texas

02:19

El Paso, Texas’ El Duranguito neighborhood is one of the few Latino heritage sites across the U.S. that have not been classified as historic districts, which excludes it from conservation and protection. NBC News’ Guad Venegas introduces us to 93-year-old Antonia Morales, who’s fighting against the city’s plan to destroy parts of the neighborhood to build a 15,000-seat arena.