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Arson investigators look for leads in fire at barber shop

Friday, Jan. 5, 2018|4:24 p.m.

Arson detectives are seeking information concerning a fire in October at a barber store, according to North Las Vegas Police.

The North Las Vegas Fire Department reacted Oct. 30 to a fire at business in the 1400 block of West Alexander Roadway, cops said.

Firemens extinguished a blaze at the back of the building, police said. Nobody was inside business, cops stated.

An examination concluded the fire as an arson, and authorities are seeking support in the event, police said.

Anyone with info is asked to call the North Las Vegas Fire Department at 702-669-3344 or to stay confidential, Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

Police hope video attract leads in fatal east-valley shooting


METRO POLICE A trio of suspects ran away after killing a guy in a home on Twain Circle, near Twain Opportunity and Nellis Boulevard.

. In an effort to solve a male’s slaying in the east valley last month, City Authorities on Thursday released images of suspects getting away in a minivan after shots sounded out.

Tyrone Johnson died from several gunshot injuries on Dec. 12 inside a residence in the 3600 block of Twain Circle, near Twain Avenue and Nellis Boulevard, authorities said.

Officers responded to the shooting about 10 p.m.

. An investigation identified that 3 suspects, described as black males using dark-colored hooded sweatshirts and denims, had actually gotten in the house without force and went directly to the victim’s bedroom where he was shot.

After gunfire emerged, the suspects were seen leaving, police stated.

Grainy video footage reveals a minimum of one guy running to a dark-colored minivan prior to it scampered.

Anyone with info is asked to call Metro at 702-828-3521 or through e-mail at [ e-mail secured] To stay anonymous, contact Criminal offense Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or online at crimestoppesrofnv.com.

Jay-Z leads Grammy noms with 8 as rap, R&B take spotlight


Amy Harris/Invision/ AP In this Oct. 13, 2017, file picture, Jay-Z performs at the Austin City Limits Music Celebration in Austin, Texas.

Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017|8:42 a.m.

New York City– Jay-Z is the leader of the 2018 Grammy Award nominations in a year where the leading four classifications are greatly dominated by rap and R&B artists, offering the frequently neglected genres a strong possibility of winning huge.

The Recording Academy revealed Tuesday that Jay-Z is nominated for eight honors, including album, song, and record of the year. Bruno Mars is also nominated for the big 3, while Kendrick Lamar– who earned 7 elections– and Childish Gambino are likewise up for major awards.

Jay-Z’s personal and revealing album, “4:44,” is nominated for album of the year alongside Mars’ 90s-inspired R&B adventure “24K Magic,” Lamar’s compelling rap masterpiece “DAMN.,” Gambino’s funk-soul project “Awaken My Love!” and Lorde’s critically well-known pop album, “Melodrama.”

Record of the year candidates include Jay-Z’s “The Story of O.J.,” a tune about blackness and managing cash that likewise references O.J. Simpson; Mars’ Top 5 hit, “24K Magic”; Lamar’s No. 1 smash, “Modest”; Gambino’s “Redbone,” which peaked at No. 12 on the Hot 100; and the year’s biggest hit, “Despacito,” by Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber.

“Despacito” is also nominated for tune of the year– a songwriter’s award– in addition to Mars’ No. 1 hit, “That’s What I Like”; the title track from Jay-Z’s “4:44”; rapper Reasoning’s suicide avoidance anthem, “1-800-273-8255”; and “Concerns” by Julia Michaels, the singer who has written hits for Bieber, Selena Gomez and other pop stars.

Michaels is likewise chosen for best brand-new artist, where R&B and rap guideline once again: Her competitors consists of vocalists SZA, Khalid and Alessia Cara, along with rap artist Lil Uzi Vert.

No rock or country acts were nominated in the top four categories. The rap- and R&B-heavy nominations, which include various black and Latino artists, followed the Grammys were criticized earlier this year when some felt Beyonce’s multi-genre “Lemonade” album must have won album of the year over Adele’s “25.” Adele also expressed that Beyonce ought to have received the prize.

The win for Adele, however, marked another year when the Grammys awarded its most significant prizes to an artist beyond the rap or R&B category. Kanye West, Eminem, Mariah Carey and others have actually likewise lost in the top classifications throughout the years to pop, rock and country acts despite owning the year in music, seriously and commercially.

“We have a present subscription that is savvy and definitely timely, is current, and reflective of what music has to do with today and in the future. And clearly the diversity work that we’ve provided for our subscription appears in all of the elections this year,” Neil Portnow, the academy’s president and CEO, said in an interview. “I believe it’s a testimony to our effort and intention of having a very lively, present, relevant, diverse voting subscription.”

Jay-Z or Lamar might make history next year when the Grammys occur in New York City on Jan. 28, 2018: Either album could end up being just the third rap-based album to win album of the year; and either tune might end up being the first in the rap category to win record or tune of the year.

“4:44,” that includes tunes about Jay-Z’s relationship with Beyonce and family life, marks the rap icon’s very first election for album of the year as a lead artist; it is Lamar’s third in the leading category. Lamar will compete with Jay-Z in all 7 categories he is chosen in, including best rap album, finest rap tune, best rap efficiency, best rap sung efficiency and finest video.

Mars lags Jay-Z and Lamar with six nominations, including best R&B album, finest R&B song and finest R&B efficiency. Gambino, much better referred to as Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor Donald Glover, scored five nominations.

Others who earned five elections include SZA, Khalid and No I.D., who produced Jay-Z’s album and is up for non-classical manufacturer of the year.

Ed Sheeran, who has the second very popular album of the year with “Divide,” was snubbed in the top categories. “Divide” made an election for best pop vocal album, while his No. 1 hit, “Shape of You,” is up for finest pop solo efficiency.

Nominees for best pop vocal album include Girl Gaga’s “Joanne,” Coldplay’s five-song EP “Kaleidoscope,” Picture Dragons’ “Evolve,” Lana Del Rey’s “Lust for Life” and Kesha’s “Rainbow,” marking her very first Grammy election. Kesha, who has actually remained in a legal war with former mentor and producer Dr. Luke, is likewise nominated for best pop solo performance for “Hoping.”

Leonard Cohen and Chris Cornell are both nominated for best rock efficiency; other deceased nominees include Glen Campbell, Gregg Allman and Carrie Fisher, who is nominated for finest spoken word album, where Bernie Sanders, Mark Ruffalo and Bruce Springsteen are likewise chosen.

In the nation classifications, Chris Stapleton leads with 3 nominations. Miranda Lambert, who made two elections, was surprisingly locked out of finest nation album though her double album, “The Weight of These Wings,” was a vital favorite.

Others who earned multiple elections include Pharrell, Ledisi, Absolutely Nothing More, Alison Krauss, Daniel Caesar and Foo Fighters. Randy Newman’s tune “Putin,” his sardonic ode to Russian President Vladimir Putin, is chosen for best arrangement, instruments and vocals.

Taylor Swift, who didn’t make nominations for her single “Look What You Made Me Do”– released prior to the Grammy cutoff date– did earn a nod for best country song for writing Little Big Town’s No. 1 hit, “Better Male.” Swift is likewise chosen for finest tune written for visual media for “I Do Not Wan na Live Permanently,” her cooperation with Zayn from the “Fifty Shades Darker” soundtrack. Her brand-new album, “reputation,” will receive elections at the 2019 Grammys.

Cardi B, who had among the year’s most significant hits with “Bodak Yellow (Loan Relocations),” earned 2 nominations: finest rap tune and best rap efficiency. Another female rap artist scored elections, too: Rapsody is up for best rap tune for “Sassy” and finest rap album for “Laila’s Wisdom.” In the latter classification, she will take on Jay-Z, Lamar, Migos and Tyler, the Creator. Snubs consist of Future, J. Cole and DJ Khaled, who has two of the year’s most significant hits with “Wild Thoughts” and “I’m the One.”

Albums and tunes eligible in the 84 categories at the 60th yearly Grammys had to be released in between Oct. 1, 2016 and Sept. 30, 2017. This year is the first year the Grammys used online voting for its main awards reveal; it started online ballot for the Latin Grammys last year.

Lady leads authorities on chase in stolen CCFD medical truck on I-15

A woman reportedly stole a Clark County fire vehicle on I-15 on Sept. 8, 2017. (Source: LVACS) A lady apparently stole a Clark County fire car on I-15 on Sept. 8, 2017. (Source: LVACS) A female reportedly took a Clark County fire vehicle on I-15 on Sept. 8, 2017.( Source: LVACS). Authorities follow a stolen CCFD energy truck on Sept. 8, 2017. (Source: LVACS) Authorities follow a taken CCFD energy truck on Sept. 8, 2017.( Source: LVACS ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -. A woman owning a taken Clark County Fire Department medical lorry led authorities on a chase southbound on Interstate 15 Friday afternoon, Metro police said. Inning accordance with Las Vegas City police, Clark County fire was working a medical call at Walgreens on 3717 South Las Vegas Boulevard, near Harmon Avenue, at 3:37 p.m. when the first responders left the truck running and opened while handling a client. The female suspect attempted to enter an AMR car at the scene however it was locked, so she went to the Clark County fire medical truck found it was unlocked and took it.

LVMPD officers are in pursuit of a taken Clark County EMS truck, heading southbound I15 near Primm. #LVMPDnews– LVMPD (@LVMPD)

September 8, 2017 The fire department tried to box her in near the Las Vegas welcome sign however she increased on a curb around them and left. Officers then found the vehicle and began following her as she left south of Las Vegas. Nevada Highway Patrol troopers and Metro officers continued to follow her as she drove southbound on Interstate 15 and attempted to stop her with a spike strip. The strip was only successful at deflating two of the four rear tires. A FOX5 viewer shared video of the pursuit on Interstate 15.

One the woman crossed the state line, California Highway Patrol cannon fodders assisted and set up spike strips also.

The lady then pulled the truck to the shoulder where CHP cannon fodders took her from the lorry and took her into custody at about 4:25 p.m.

. The suspect was booked by CHP for belongings of stolen property and will deal with surcharges in Nevada, Metro stated.

Stay with FOX5 for the latest information.

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Robbery at Vegas pot dispensary leads to shooting

Officers shown with crime tape marking a burglary scene at a marijuana dispensary in central Las Vegas on July 29, 2017. (Cherney Amhara/FOX5) Officers revealed with criminal activity tape marking a break-in scene at a cannabis dispensary in main Las Vegas on July 29, 2017. (Cherney Amhara/FOX5) Officers revealed with criminal activity tape marking a burglary scene at a marijuana dispensary in main Las Vegas on July 29, 2017.( Cherney Amhara/FOX5).< img src=" http://kvvu.images.worldnow.com/images/14511765_G.jpg" alt=" Metro at the scene of an officer-involved shooting on July 29, 2017. (Cherney Amhara/FOX5)"

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an officer-involved shooting on July 29, 2017.( Cherney Amhara/FOX5 )” border=” 0″ width=” 180 “/ > Metro at the scene of an officer-involved shooting on July 29, 2017.( Cherney Amhara/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. Metro police stated they are investigating a morning theft at a cannabis dispensary that caused among their officers firing a shotgun at a suspect

involved Saturday. Officers responded to 1860 Western Ave., near Oakey Boulevard, at 4:20 a.m. with reports of a robbery in development at the Blackjack Collective Medical Marijuana Dispensary.

Once officers arrived they attempted to make contact with the burglars, however the four men, three equipped with crowbars, did not comply and fled the scene.

Authorities stated an officer fired a shotgun in the direction of the fleeing suspect, missed, but police were able to capture the men after a foot pursuit.

Items that belonged to the dispensary were also found in the lorry being utilized in the break-in, inning accordance with Metro. Police stated they are in the preliminary stages of the investigation and will release more info when offered. Stay with FOX5 for updates on this establishing story.

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Ticket office Top 20: '' Dunkirk ' leads the pack


Warner Bros. Pictures by means of AP This image launched by Warner Bros. Pictures reveals a scene from “Dunkirk.”

Monday, July 24, 2017|5:12 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– The news was good for 2 of the three brand-new openers this weekend.

Christopher Nolan’s The second world war epic “Dunkirk” topped the charts with $50.5 million, while the friend funny “Girls Trip” earned $31.2 million to take 2nd place. Both well-reviewed movies fell modest expectations.

However things were not so bright for Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.” The costly sci-fi phenomenon pulled in only $17 million for a fifth-place start behind holdovers “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which drew $22.2 million, and “War for the World of the Apes,” which earned $20.9 million.

The leading 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by circulation studio, gross, variety of theater locations, average invoices per location, total gross and variety of weeks in release, as assembled Monday by comScore:

1. “Dunkirk,” Warner Bros., $50,513,488, 3,720 places, $13,579 average, $50,513,488, 1 Week.

2. “Girls Journey,” Universal, $31,201,920, 2,591 areas, $12,042 average, $31,201,920, 1 Week.

3. “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” Sony, $22,150,085, 4,130 places, $5,363 average, $251,851,666, 3 Weeks.

4. “War For The Planet Of The Apes,” 20th Century Fox, $20,884,223, 4,100 areas, $5,094 average, $98,235,137, 2 Weeks.

5. “Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Strategy,” STX Home entertainment, $17,007,624, 3,553 locations, $4,787 average, $17,007,624, 1 Week.

6. “Despicable Me 3,” Universal, $13,012,050, 3,525 places, $3,691 average, $213,620,275, 4 Weeks.

7. “Infant Motorist,” Sony, $6,070,912, 2,503 areas, $2,425 average, $84,304,851, 4 Weeks.

8. “The Huge Sick,” Lionsgate, $5,008,143, 2,597 places, $1,928 average, $24,547,521, 5 Weeks.

9. “Wonder Female,” Warner Bros., $4,608,028, 1,971 areas, $2,338 average, $389,011,307, 8 Weeks.

10. “Wish Upon,” Broad Green Pictures, $2,475,013, 2,154 locations, $1,149 average, $10,519,278, 2 Weeks.

11. “Automobiles 3,” Disney, $1,918,697, 1,294 places, $1,483 average, $144,013,262, 6 Weeks.

12. “Transformers: The Last Knight,” Paramount, $1,169,678, 1,025 places, $1,141 average, $127,606,483, 5 Weeks.

13. “Fidaa,” BlueSky Cinemas, $955,455, 130 locations, $7,350 average, $955,455, 1 Week.

14. “De Pere en Flic 2,” Home entertainment One Films, $570,740, 92 areas, $6,204 average, $2,429,031, 2 Weeks.

15. “Captain Underpants: The First Impressive Movie,” 20th Century Fox, $461,114, 291 areas, $1,585 average, $71,865,351, 8 Weeks.

16. “47 Meters Down,” Home entertainment Studios Movement Pictures, $447,820, 449 areas, $997 average, $42,272,276, 6 Weeks.

17. “Your home,” Warner Bros., $430,021, 453 areas, $949 average, $24,456,269, 4 Weeks.

18. “Maudie,” Sony Pictures Classics, $391,064, 233 places, $1,678 average, $4,065,731, 6 Weeks.

19. “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2,” Disney, $364,450, 268 areas, $1,360 average, $387,259,952, 12 Weeks.

20. “The Beguiled,” Focus Characteristic, $257,555, 331 places, $778 average, $10,160,989, 5 Weeks.

Undergrad Journey Leads Straight to School of Medication for Beginning Speaker

Guy Laliberte’s charity of option is everything about access to clean water, however it turns out Cirque du Soleil indirectly made a contribution to cancer research study, too.

Graduating senior Vladislav Zhitny’s stepfather was working for O when he traveled to Ukraine and met Zhitny’s mother. She immigrated to Las Vegas in 2006 with Zhitny, Zhitny’s granny, and, naturally, the cat. All of a sudden, the future biology major found himself in a brand-new city, in a brand-new nation, handling a brand-new language.

It’s a long way to go– from someone who doesn’t speak English to College of Southern Nevada High School valedictorian, to summa orgasm laude UNLV graduate and commencement speaker, to member of the inaugural School of Medicine class– but it’s been worth the journey.

That path to medication was nearly always clear to him. When he was 6 years old, his grandfather died of brain cancer. That’s when he understood that working to resolve the cancer riddle was going to become part of his future. He picked UNLV over St. John’s University in New york city City after a Honors College luncheon persuaded him that the smaller class sizes and undergraduate research study opportunities here made it beneficial to stick in Las Vegas.

He got in the biology program with a concentration in pre-professional studies. But still concerned about his English, Zhitny didn’t have an easy roadway in front of him. That didn’t stop him from entering trainee federal government in his first semester as an undergrad.

Discovering the absence of sufficient Wi-Fi in the Juanita Greer White Life Sciences and Chemistry structures, Zhitny campaigned for Student Senate on a pledge to expand coverage across school. He notched that triumph, and parlayed it into another, assisting land $450,000 in moneying to enhance campus Wi-Fi.

That kind of work enabled Zhitny to explore another area– entrepreneurship. While pre-professional biology students typically pursue a minor in psychology, Zhitny selected the Global Entrepreneurship Experience Program.

“I’m not the type of student that similar to follow a specific path,” he said. “I want to construct my own.”

Naturally, blazing that path by protecting easier access to the web and climbing the ladder to CSUN Student Senate president is a Sunday walk next to landing prominent internships at leading universities doing cancer research study.

Zhitny interned in 2014, 2015, and 2016 at the Stanford School of Medicine’s stem cell biology department, New york city University’s department of immunology, and Harvard Medical School’s department of immunology, respectively.

He helped study things like how cancer cells can block a body’s T-cells from resisting. However when he arrives as a member of UNLV School of Medication’s inaugural class in July, Zhitny isn’t sure if his future lies in practicing medicine or concentrating on research. A 3rd course, incorporating entrepreneurship, might be his supreme method forward.

“It’s something to do cancer research, it’s another thing to hang around with cancer clients,” he said. “You actually need to have a particular type of character for that. Prior to devoting to oncology, I’ll spend time with oncology rotation or maybe a neurosurgery rotation. I see myself doing some sort of a startup, (maybe) a pharmaceutical company or my own practice. I believe as a physician-entrepreneur, that would be the best method to explain exactly what I’m searching for in my future.”

Zhitny takes a look around at a Las Vegas modifying its image in the wake of the NHL and NFL coming to town, of Tesla exploring the Hyperloop simply outside the city, and of a medical district pertaining to fulfillment. He had numerous deals from other med schools, but he decided to remain here, where he sees a landscape that one day may consist of major companies, such as pharmaceutical giants, starting a business.

If he’s correct, he chose to remain in a city with limitless potential, just when it’s kicking into a new equipment.

Johnson has 2 TD receptions, leads Colts over Texans 27-20


Patric Schneider/ AP

Indianapolis Colts’ Andre Johnson (81) celebrates with colleague Matt Hasselbeck (8) after they linked for on a goal pass throughout the second half of an NFL football video game against the Houston Texans, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in Houston.

Released Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015|8:51 p.m.

Updated Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015|9:03 p.m.

HOUSTON– Andre Johnson showed to his previous team that he still has plenty left.

Johnson captured two touchdown passes from Matt Hasselbeck, consisting of one for 2 yards in the fourth quarter, to aid the Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans 27-20 on Thursday night.

Released by Houston in March after 12 seasons with the group, Johnson had 6 catches for 77 backyards.

The Colts (3-2) extended their AFC South winning streak to an NFL-record 16 video games.

Brian Hoyer, who replaced Ryan Mallett for Houston (1-4) in the 2nd quarter, tossed a skip for grabs that was intercepted by Mike Adams with less than 2 minutes left.

The 40-year-old Hasselbeck was substituting Andrew Luck, who missed his 2nd straight video game with a shoulder injury. Hasselbeck might not have actually been 100 percent, either, after missing practice Tuesday with a health problem.

Johnson extended the lead to 27-17 with the 2-yard reception with about 10 1/2 minutes left. The Texans intercepted Hasselbeck’s pass in completion zone earlier because drive, however the play was negated due to the fact that of protective holding on Eddie Pleasant. A 2nd penalty, this one for pass disturbance gave the Colts an initially down at the 1.

Mallett got the wind knocked out of him on an unlawful hit midway through the second quarter and was changed by Hoyer. Mallett looked to be OK right after that, however coach Bill O’Brien stuck with Hoyer. He doned with 312 lawns passing with 2 goals. Both of the touchdowns were to novice Jaelen Strong and they came on his very first 2 NFL receptions.

DeAndre Hopkins had 11 receptions for 169 backyards for Houston.

Foster, who was shaken up in the 2nd quarter but returned after halftime, had 44 backyards rushing and 77 lawns getting in his second game back after groin surgery.

The Colts opened the second half with a drive topped by Frank Gore’s 3-yard goal that made it 20-10. Gore doned with 98 backyards rushing.

Strong’s 2nd catch and touchdown began an 11-yard go by Hoyer to obtain Houston to 20-17 in the 3rd quarter.

Hoyer’s desperation toss on the last play of the first half that Strong pulled down in a sea of Indianapolis protectors for a 42-yard goal strike cut the result in 13-10. Strong boxed out 2 protectors and outjumped the others to draw in his very first NFL catch.

Johnson went into the video game without a catch in the last 2 games after having just one such game in his entire profession in Houston. The Colts saw to it that would not take place once again Thursday night, going to him early. He drew boos from the house crowd when he got a 23-yard reception late in the very first quarter. Two plays later on, he scored his very first touchdown of the season when he was wide open in the back of completion zone for 4-yard reception that made it 10-0.

Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano got a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct charge for leaving the bench location on 3rd down in the second quarter and the Colts opted for a 42-yard basket that made it 13-0.

Mallett was shocked when Sio Moore received a penalty for roughing the passer when he crashed his helmet into the quarterback’s chest with about 7 minutes left in the second quarter. Mallett appeared to struggle to catch his breath and was changed by Brian Hoyer. He was had the tendency to by fitness instructors for a few minutes after leaving the video game, however soon put his helmet back on and stood near coach O’Brien.

Hoyer finally got Houston’s offense going and the Texans cut it to 13-3 on Nick Novak’s 36-yard basket.

Mallett looked excellent early, helping the Texans into the red zone. But then Foster deflected a pass and Adams intercepted it. The Colts took a 3-0 lead with a 48-yard field goal on the occurring drive.

Mallett was 7 of 10 for 50 backyards.

Male leads authorities on chase through Fountains of Bellagio– VIDEO

It’s seldom you see the authorities ferret out somebody in an obtained boat– at least not in the Mojave Desert.

Unless, perhaps, it’s on the Strip.

But the throngs gathered for a light and water reveal at the fountains of Bellagio on Thursday night saw that and more.

What need to have begun as dancing lights integrated to the sounds of longtime Las Vegas favorites Celine Dion, Elvis or– of late– super star DJ Tiesto, turned into one odd method to swim that ended up damaging a website stated the United States’ No. 1 landmark.

All of it started simply after 9 p.m., according to an arrest report from the Metropolitan Police Department. Bystanders hailed officers on bike patrol after they saw a man attempting to climb up a wall around the fountains.

By the time police got close, he had made it over.

Officers chewed out him, the arrest report stated, and the male leaped into the water and swam towards the fountains.

When he reached them, he “maliciously” pulled on lights and spouts while “screaming and shouting,” police stated. Officers required first responders believing he might get electrocuted.

At this point, two Las Vegas law enforcement officer were on their method to get him, by means of watercraft. MGM Resorts International, which possesses Bellagio, let City make use of the boats.

When they got close, the officers jumped out and made an in-water arrest.

Manuel Gutierrez, 39, address unidentified, was reserved at the Clark County Detention Center on a felony count of damage of commercial property at a cost over $5,000, trespassing and withstanding arrest. He didn’t show up Friday night in a search of the prison logs.

It’s unclear why the guy might have jumped. His arrest report didn’t point out anything about a police interview. Officers did not describe his frame of mind.

MGM Resorts made use of the incident as a tip for appropriate habits. The 8.5-acre man-made lake at 3700 Las Vegas Blvd. South is ‘ $ not a swimming pool,” spokeswoman Mary Hynes stated. Its typical depth is 7 feet, and it gets up to 14 feet in spots.

Simply puts, its most likely over your head. So keep out.

Repairs to the fountains had actually been made by Friday, Hynes stated. The total expense had not been offered.

But City had a quote: ‘ $ method over’ $$5,500, according to the arrest report, not counting what he did to one of the boats. That quantity wasn’t determined. Authorities also implicated Gutierrez of doing damage to an officer’ $s $ 700 vest.

Another way to determine the cost? On weeknights after 8 p.m., the fountain reveals start every 15 minutes. They last the length of an average pop or electronic dance music tune, say 3 to five minutes.

Thursday’s episode lasted simply over 45 minutes. That comes to one interrupted song each for somebody who would be a Canadian crooner, The King or a truly big face on a billboard.

Contact Ricardo Torres at rtorres@reviewjournal.com!.?.! and 702-383-0381. Discover him on Twitter: @rickytwrites.

Day 1 of EDC leads to 19 felony arrests

A sign welcomes revelers to the Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. (File/FOX5)An indication welcomes revelers to the Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. (File/FOX5).

Over 130,000 individuals attended the first day of Electric Sissy Carnival this year, and Metro cops on Saturday morning released a statistical report detailing arrests and medical responses.

According to police, there were 19 narcotics-related felony arrests, two misdemeanor arrests and one DUI arrest made during the first night of the music celebration.

Authorities also stated they issued a total of 9 misdemeanor citations and 4 traffic citations.

There were 506 medical calls during the event, 10 of which involved transport to area hospitals.

Occasion organizer Insomniac Productions stated there were a total of 134, 000 guests during EDC 2015’s opening night, with 102 people ejected from the event.

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