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Fire crews retrieve man’s body from storm drain near Bonanza Road, D Street

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Firefighters from Las Vegas Fire & Rescue was notified at 2:37 a.m. on Aug. 14, that a deceased male was in the storm drain system near the intersection of West Bonanza Road and City Parkway.

When firefighters arrived on the scene, they discovered the man was in the drainpipe about 30 feet below the road. The only access was through a manhole cover in the street, but retrieving the body would be difficult.
With the assistance of the department’s Technical Rescue Team, Heavy Rescue 44 crews entered the drain system through a large opening near the intersection of East Bonanza Road and Casino Center Boulevard. Firefighters were able to walk through the system from that point but had to hike about a half-mile into the storm drain system to where the body was located. ... Read More

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Dangerous heat rest of the week

Sunny skies, dry air, and very hot temps will continue for the rest of the week! A HEAT WARNING is in place and will last several days as temperatures climb to near 110 degrees and above. That is too much heat for mid-August and where is the monsoon? Sherry’s #WeatherNOW forecast has a look at the extra hot temps all the way into next week... Read More

LIVE: North Las Vegas Police hold news conference on officer-involved shooting

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — North Las Vegas Police will discuss the details of a shooting involving one of its officers on Sunday. The shooting happened on the 215 at Range Road between Lamb Boulevard and the I-15.

According to police, the officer was attempting to make a traffic stop on a speeding driver. The driver failed to stop and attempted to run over the officer who fired one round at the suspect. The suspect was not hit and was stopped and arrested later... Read More

What’s Driving You Crazy? – Henderson updates

LAS VEGAS ( KLAS ) – Catching up on the road in Henderson with an update on a project we told you about earlier this year in the 7 Hills area.

It’s the extension of Sunridge Heights from 7 Hills Parkway over to St Rose Parkway. Henderson’s Kathy Blaha emailed to let me know that part of the ongoing work there is finished and was opened to traffic Monday – just in time for families looking for another way through the area as the school year got underway... Read More

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The push for affordable housing in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – For many people, finding housing in Las Vegas is a struggle. But, a new affordable housing project may ease some of that burden.

Construction is set to start in January on one of the largest affordable housing projects in Nevada, which will cost $94.5 million. 

“When you only provide investment in the best areas, you leave a whole swath of your community behind. The more that you create separation between the haves and have not’s, the worst your community is,” said David Paull, Director of Real Estate Development at Nevada HAND.

According to a study by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, if you work a minimum wage job in Nevada, each week, you’ll have to work 73 hours to afford a one bedroom rental home.

“I’ve looked in different areas of the city and they all seem to be going up,” said resident Mirla Pastor. ... Read More

Vigil for victim killed in alleged neighbor dispute

NORTH LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – A vigil was held in a North Las Vegas community Tuesday after a man was killed over the weekend.

Family and
friends say 34-year-old Brian Mitchell was shot after a dispute with a
neighbor. The incident happened at an apartment complex near Cheyenne and Simmons
on Sunday night.

There is no one in custody and family and friends are left searching for answers.

“My baby was a good baby. He was a good child. He was great. He didn’t do anything to anyone. He was great and he was a strong guy,” mother Sandra Mitchell said. “He did a lot for everyone.”

If you have any
information that could help police, you’re urged to call Crime Stoppers at
702-385-5555... Read More

Midweek excessive heat warning issued, August cooling stations opened

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Clark County Officials have activated cooling stations around the Las Vegas valley.

Due to an excessive heat warning for Wednesday-Friday, several cooling stations will be available in addition to the Summer Day Shelter program currently in operation.

The following locations have been activated:

Walnut Recreation Center – 3075 N. Walnut Road (702-455-8402, Hours 7am-8pm MON-FRI, 10am-2pm SAT)

Pearson Community Center – 1625 West Carey Avenue (702-455-1220, Hours 8am-8pm MON-FRI, 8am-5pm SAT)

Dula Gymnasium – 441 East Bonanza Road (702-229-6307, Hours 9am-9pm MON-THUR., 9am-8pm FRI, 9am-6pm SAT)