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Household keeps in mind dad eliminated in east Las Vegas automobile wash shooting

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

A five-year-old Valley girl lost her daddy on Wednesday after he was shot and eliminated at an east Las Vegas car wash.

Cops later on discovered the suspects connected to Thomas “Tommy” Romero’s death. Officers tried to stop the automobile, but it became an authorities chase and shootout near Hollingsworth Elementary School near Bruce and Fremont Streets.

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Romero’s mom Theresa said the family is having a difficult time coping.

“I cannot even discuss,” Theresa stated. “My body is so numb.”

Trying to find the best words has been tough. All this family can do is comfort each other and search for a way to tell a 5-year-old lady her father isn’t getting back.

“You rely on both moms and dads,” stated Jenifer Eastman, Tommy’s former sweetheart. “You’re like, ‘I want to be with daddy, I want to be with mommy,’ you constantly have that balance. For now, it’s simply me totally, but this will definitely impact her, since both Tommy and I had relationships with our daddies.”

Romero’s household said they don’t know why he was targeted.

“He left here and 7 O’clock in the morning, it took place at 7:30,” said Lorenza, Tommy’s grandmother. “I have no idea individuals.”

Rene Nunez was apprehended and the second suspect cops wanted, Fidel Miranda, was killed during the shootout.

As Romero’s family awaits more answers from police, they are preparing his funeral and raising money through GoFundMe. A number of regional organisations are also raising loan to help Romero’s household. You can make cash contributions in person at the following places:702 Mart; 1468 E Charleston BlvdFamily Food Mart I; 1102 Fremont Street Household Food Mart II; 3455 N Nellis Blvd D’s Smoke Shop; 3510 Bonanza Rd # 101

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DJ Dave Fogg keeps the music coming from the cubicle to the workplace

Dave Fogg could be a history instructor, if the curriculum were a timeline of Las Vegas’ greatest bars.

Ra at Luxor. Rain at the Palms. Scotch Sky at Green Valley Ranch. Hit after hit after hit, and Fogg, one of the city’s longest tenured DJs, has actually had a hand in every one of them, though not always from behind the decks.

“About 20 percent [of my profession] is DJing, [and] 80 percent is talent purchasing,” he describes. “DJing, though, without a doubt, is most likely my preferred thing.”

Fogg, the talent purchaser for Drai’s and a fixture on the Drai’s Beachclub phase, is a rarity on the Strip: a nightlife executive who has actually experienced the club scene’s development dating back to the late ’80s, while still moonlighting– or daylighting, as it were– as a DJ.

When he’s not spinning, he’s presenting a few of dance music’s greatest names to Las Vegas. “It’s sort of like bragging rights,” Fogg states of bringing high-end, frequently undiscovered skill to the city.

At Ra, where Pleasuredome was born, he was the first to sign Armin van Buuren, Jeff Mills and Timo Maas. At the Palms, Fogg provided Diplo his first Vegas residency.

“Electronic music wasn’t even called EDM back then,” he states, assessing his profession in the middle of a busy Thursday at Drai’s Beachclub, where he’s still offering up-and-coming dance artists like TroyBoi and Anna Lunoe their very first major direct exposure to Vegas club crowds.

“A DJ moving into the talent purchaser lane is a very logical and smooth relocation, however it’s really distinct [in Las Vegas],” Fogg states. “I think most skill buyers are coming from the office environment; possibly they worked as a tour supervisor or an agent.”

The artist’s frame of mind, and the understanding and experience that features it, made Fogg the best candidate for the function. On days like this, he’s hustling behind the scenes, scheduling artists, arranging transportation and hotel accommodations and conceptualizing marketing concepts with groups of managers and promoters. On other days he’s onstage in the sunshine, opening for Henry Fong or another artist on Drai’s daytime lineup.

“I often need to ensure [artists] get in the place,” Fogg discusses. “However it’s really laid back here; if I’m opening for somebody I’ll text the guy and let them understand, ‘I’m opening for you, I can’t come grab you.'”

In such a competitive market, Fogg resists the urge to call names on his dream list, but he has already added some personal favorites this season, Marc Kinchen and Green Velvet amongst them.

“These are men that really influenced me being a DJ. This is 20 to 30 years that we’re discussing,” he says. “I love the chance to book someone like that, whose records I grew up playing. There’s certainly times where I can fanboy out, when it’s proper.”

Oprah keeps it unpresidential in address to California grads

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Willy Sanjuan/Invision/ AP Oprah Winfrey speaks with graduates at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the Shrine Auditorium on Friday, May 11, 2018, in Los Angeles.

Friday, Might 11, 2018|3:28 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– Oprah Winfrey paused prior to talking politics Friday as she stood in front of a crowd of graduates at the University of Southern California.

Then she decided it was safe.

” The reports from my last big speech have lastly died down,” she said to laughter and applause.

That speech at the Golden World Awards in January, loaded with fiery rhetoric on the fight for justice and the #MeToo motion, brought weeks of chatter about a presidential run for the 64-year-old media mogul and movie star that she has actually because dismissed.

” The misogyny has to stop!” she screamed at one comparable minute throughout Friday’s start address to graduates of USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

She also discussed electoral advocacy, weapon control and climate change, however kept it much more casual and apolitical than at the Golden Globes, primarily sticking to more basic inspiring fare.

She emphasized the value of civil service and asked the future journalists and public communicators to be warriors for truth in a time of widespread false information.

” The truth exonerates, and it convicts,” she said. “It decontaminates, and it galvanizes. The fact has actually always been and will constantly be our shield versus corruption, our shield against greed and despair. The reality is our saving grace.”

Winfrey had an answer for those who wondered why she was speaking at this smaller sized, satellite commencement event at the Shrine Auditorium instead of the school’s main event, where stars of her quality usually speak.

” I was going to be here anyhow,” she said.

Thando Dlomo, among Winfrey’s “daughter-girls,” whom Winfrey has actually mentored and sponsored because meeting her on a trip to South Africa when she the woman was in seventh grade, was in the crowd getting a master’s degree in journalism.

” I was looking for smart, brilliant, offering, durable, kind, open-hearted, women who had ‘it,’ that factor that indicates you keep going no matter what,” Winfrey stated. “She can be found in and recited a poem about her teacher, when she left I said ‘she’s got it.'”

Winfrey unwinded with some normal life tips, consisting of:

— “Eat a great breakfast. It really pays off.”

— “Put your phone down at the dinner table.”

— “Know that exactly what you tweet, post and Instagram today may be asked about in a task interview tomorrow or Twenty Years from tomorrow.”

— “Buy a quality mattress.”

— “Don’t low-cost out on your shoes.”

Using black dress and brilliant red hood, Winfrey led the graduates into the auditorium together with the school’s dean, Willow Bay, as the USC marching band played its fight songs.

Those on the dais with her consisted of Bay’s partner, Disney CEO Robert Iger, who in Winfrey’s existence had an uncommon minute where he wasn’t the richest individual in the space.

Labor commissioner keeps Nevada'' s base pay at $7.25.

Friday, May 11, 2018|11:45 a.m.

CARSON CITY, Nev.– The Nevada Labor Commissioner has decided to keep the minimum wage at $7.25 for workers with health take advantage of their employer and $8.25 for staff members without health benefits heading into the new fiscal year.

The Nevada Appeal reported Thursday that the minimum wage in the state has not increased because at least 2013, the first year that the state Labor Commission started publishing data on its website.

In Nevada, the base pay should be recalculated every year based on boosts in the federal minimum wage or by the cumulative increase in the cost of living if that’s higher.

The commissioner also decided to keep day-to-day rates for overtime the exact same considering that it depends on the base pay.

The fiscal year begins July 1.

President keeps hitting new lows

Friday, April 20, 2018|2 a.m.

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It’s laughable that the male who consistently lied in his very first year as president wants us to believe he, not former FBI Director James Comey, is informing the truth. He has called Comey “a weak and untruthful slime ball” and a “low life.”

This man has actually deteriorated the workplace of the presidency. His Cabinet is a farce, a collection of lobbyists and Fox News rabble rousers.

Our standing in the world has actually dropped significantly, enabling China and Russia to grab larger functions in dictating the future. The White Home is no longer a source of American pride. It’s more of a sleazy shack where payoffs, greed, corruption and deceit reside. Sadly, Congressional Republicans, including our own Sen. Dean Heller, have let this guy go untreated.