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U.S. Sen Dean Heller, U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen to dispute next month

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Costs Clark/ CQ Roll Call Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., and Rep. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., talk before a Memorial Day ceremony in Boulder City, Monday, May 28, 2018. They will now battle for Heller’s Senate seat in the basic election.

Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018|12:22 p.m.

RENO– Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Dean Heller and Democratic opposition U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen have agreed to have an argument next month in Las Vegas.

The two candidates are still going over whether they will appear in another argument in Reno.

The argument will be held on Oct. 19. It will be aired statewide on CBS affiliates and Univision.

Heller’s campaign said in a statement that Rosen lastly agreed to a dispute after she was called out by President Donald Trump recently.

Heller’s project likewise states Rosen must consent to dispute Heller on Oct. 8 in a dispute that would be aired statewide on NBC affiliates and Telemundo.

Rosen’s project stated in a statement that it would prefer an alternative host for the proposed dispute in Reno since Sinclair Broadcast Group donated to Heller in June.

9-month-old baby passes away after being left in hot cars and truck in Florida

Hernando County, FL (Meredith/WFTS)– An infant young boy died on Friday after being left in a hot vehicle Hernando County

, Florida, officials say. Deputies and Fire Rescue reacted to the scene Friday early morning in Spring Hill, Florida, just after 11 a.m. after they got a call about an infant who had just been eliminated from a hot automobile.

Authorities with the Hernando County Sheriff’s Workplace (HCSO) stated 9-month-old Keyton O’Callaghan was hurried to a close-by hospital in important condition. He was pronounced dead at 12:06 p.m.

. They published about the incident on their

Facebook page: #Alert: Hernando County Sheriffs Office Baby Passes Away After Being Left in Hot Automobile On 08-17-18 at approximately 11:16 a.m., Hernando County Constable’s deputies,
along with Hernando County Fire Rescue, were dispatched to 12310 Elgin
Boulevard in Spring Hill after 9-1-1 operators got a call of an infant
who had actually just been gotten rid of from a hot car.

During the 9-1-1 call, a person on scene was offering CPR to the baby.

Upon arrival, deputies and fire rescue right away began rendering aid to the
baby.

The infant, in important condition, was quickly transported to Oak Hill
Medical facility by Hernando County Fire Rescue. Deputies established a crime scene
at the home.

Initial investigation exposes that the baby, Keyton O’Callaghan W/M
DOB/11 -06 -2017, had actually been in the care of his mom, Cami Lee Moyer W/F
DOB/07 -12 -1980, considering that last night.

The infant was found in the automobile, in the driveway, by the father, Eric
O’Callaghan W/M DOB/02 -10 -1986, prior to the 9-1-1 call was put this
morning. O’Callaghan performed CPR on the baby till fire rescue got here
and took control of.

Regretfully, at 12:06 p.m., Keyton O’Callaghan was pronounced deceased by a
physician at Oak Hill Medical Facility.

It is unknown, at this time, for how long little Keyton had actually remained in the automobile.
Investigators are still working to establish a chronological timeline of occasions.

Investigators are still in the process of speaking with Cami Lee Moyer.

Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, Facebook

Investigators state that Keyton had actually remained in the care of his mom, Cami Lee Moyer, 38, considering that Thursday night. HCSO says that the baby’s daddy, Eric O’Callaghan, 32, got home and discovered Keyton in the lorry parked on the driveway in front of the home.

Deputies state O’Callaghan took the infant inside where he began performing CPR on the child while he was on the phone with 911. He continued to carry out CPR up until fire rescue showed up and took control of.

At this time, officials do unknown how long Keyton was left in the car. Investigators are still working to establish a sequential timeline of occasions.

“If you think you may forget, put a shoe back there. Take it off your foot and put it back there. Put your phone back there,” Denise Moloney with HCSO stated in a press conference. “It’s unfortunate to say, however you’re going to remember your phone, how are you not going to remember your child?”

Investigators are presently speaking with Moyer and say it is possible that she will face charges.

Moyer called her kid a “wonder infant” on a GoFundMe page she created in 2015. It specifies Keyton beat the odds, provided only a 20 percent opportunity to make it through after contracting an infection in the NICU.

Simply a couple of months later on, the baby that, according to family, beat the odds, passed away from a tragedy law enforcement calls avoidable.

The authorities temperature that day was taped at 86 with a feels-like temperature level of 97 in the 11 a.m. hour on Friday.

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Walmart staff members break window to rescue 8-month-old from hot automobile

Casey Hornsby, 25. was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after police said she left her baby in a hot car. (Valley Police Department)
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was charged with endangering the well-being of a kid after authorities stated she left her baby in a hot automobile. (Valley Authorities Department). (Meredith)– A group of Walmart workers in Alabama saved an 8-month-old child from a hot cars and truck after the mother left the kid in the rear seat, cops stated. One of the workers called police after she observed the baby in a parked vehicle, the Valley Times-News reported. The worker stated she was on break when she saw the mother reach the shop and go within with another little kid. About 15 minutes later on, the worker strolled past the automobile and saw a child kid in the rear seat.” The car was off, the windows were rolled up and it was approximately 93 degrees at the time,” said Valley Police Maj. Mike Reynolds.

The staff member informed security and with the aid of her colleagues and some clients, she broke the window and saved the infant. The do-gooders brought the child inside the store to cool off while awaiting authorities and EMS to arrive.

Reynolds said the child was “lethargic, red and flushed,” but he was not seriously hurt.

Cops attempted to page the mom– determined as 25-year-old Casey Hornsby– a number of times over the intercom, but she never responded. Officers ultimately found her as she was leaving the store.

The mother said she forgot the kid was in the vehicle.

Hornsby was apprehended on charges of threatening the well-being of a child. Both of her children have actually because been released back to their father, inning accordance with the Times-News.

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Capture it while you can: The stunning ‘Baz’ covers this month at Palazzo

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Courtesy Venetian/Palazzo The final performance of “Baz” at the Palazzo Theatre is set for July 28.

I have actually seen the romantic, creative musical “Baz” two times throughout its Las Vegas run and had the very same reaction both times. About 15 minutes into the efficiency, all I could consider was that I had to come back and see it once again.

I might not get another shot. After a brief preliminary run in 2015 at Light Bar at Mandalay Bay and a far more strong two years of programs at the Palazzo Theatre, “Baz” ends at the end of this month. Created by Los Angeles-based live home entertainment business For The Record, the program artfully combines the music and characters from 3 films by Australian auteur Baz Luhrmann: “Romeo + Juliet,” “Moulin Rouge!” and “The Terrific Gatsby.” It moves quickly and feels familiar– clearly you do not have to see those movies to know the product– and has become an industry favorite thanks to a turning cast of truly talented vocalists, stars and dancers. We’re going to miss this one.

Musical theater on the Las Vegas Strip has actually constantly been a dicey proposition. There’s a long list of Broadway reveals that could not discover their footing in the tourist-dominated desert. With many magnificent, well-financed headliner and production programs leading today’s scene, it’s a particular rough roadway for an upstart relying on fresh skill, smart writing and terrific music, however “Baz” looked like an advancement. Perhaps it was. It’s certainly worth catching once again or for the very first time before the July 28 finale.

The core of the cast is three couples from the 3 films: Satine (Anne Martinez) and Christian (Danny McHugh) from “Moulin Rouge!”; Romeo (Paul Johnson) and Juliet (Jaclyn McSpadden); and Daisy (Allie Trimm) and Gatsby (Doug Carpenter). The powerful, commanding voice of Martinez was the only one still singing in the exact same function from the very first time I saw “Baz.” Just as crucial are the performances of the terrific Randal Keith (as Zidler, a sort of emcee-ringmaster character from “Moulin Rouge!” who crosses into each story) and the tremendous dancing duo of Sarah Le Clear and Alejandro Domingo. It may sound like there’s excessive going on in this show, but that’s not the experience; handfuls of great tunes topple into a structured story combining each couple’s struggle for love and happiness.

The very first emotional highpoint is when the Gatsby-Daisy love story is discussed, leading into the efficiency of Lana Del Rey’s tragic “Young and Beautiful.” That rollovers into an ever slower-burning ballad, the beautiful “I’m Kissing You,” initially sung by Des’ ree way back in 1996 for the “Romeo + Juliet” soundtrack. There are more excellent moments to come, like the tango to the Police’s “Roxanne” and Zidler’s rowdy rendition of Madonna’s “Like A Virgin,” all choreographed expertly by musical director Keith Paraska.

There’s still time. Do not be among those individuals who will just want they saw that one cool show on the Strip everyone was discussing.

” Baz” is presented at 8 p.m. Saturday through Tuesday and Thursday and at 9 p.m. Friday at the Palazzo Theatre (3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702-607-7777). Saturday, July 28 is the final performance. Tickets and other details can be acquired at venetian.com.

Nevada marijuana tax earnings blows past 12-month forecasts

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/ > John Locher/ AP In this July 1, 2017 file image, a customer purchases marijuana at the Essence cannabis dispensary in Las Vegas.

Tax revenue from marijuana sales in Nevada exceeded official projections for the very first year of leisure sales in just 10 months, inning accordance with brand-new figures released Thursday by the Nevada Department of Taxation.

Authorities said $6.55 million in state cannabis tax was raised in April, putting Nevada at $55.53 million in overall tax collections considering that leisure cannabis sales started on July 1, 2017. That goes beyond the initial 12-month forecast of $50.3 million through July 1, 2018.

” Both taxes that add to that total have substantially outperformed forecasts,” stated Bill Anderson, executive director of the Nevada Department of Tax.

The 15 percent wholesale tax– paid by cultivation and production centers that supply dispensaries– produced nearly $3 million in April.

The 10 percent excise tax brought in about $3.6 million. The excise tax, paid just on recreational pot, has actually raised $34 million this fiscal year.

Gov. Brian Sandoval’s workplace projected that the 2 taxes integrated would raise an average of $5 million a month from July 2017 to July 2019, an overall of $120 million.

Officials projected the first year of recreational sales would raise lesser amounts, with the final 6 months of 2019 ramping up to collect one of the most.

By law, income from the wholesale tax is designated to fund state and local government guideline of the market, and what’s left is deposited into the Distributive School Account. Income from the excise tax is deposited into the Nevada Rainy Day Fund.

Pet dog killed 8-month-old girl while she played in her bouncy chair, authorities state

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( WSVN via CNN)( WSVN via CNN)( WSVN via CNN)( WSVN by means of CNN).( Meredith/AP)– An 8-month-old baby was being in her bouncy chair when a pit bull mauled her to death, police said. The pit bull, which is about 4-years-old, attacked Liana Valino inside a bedroom at

her grandparents’ house in Miramar, Florida on Wednesday, the Sun Sentinel reported. The lady’s 24-year-old mother, Brenda Villasin, informed reporters she dropped the child off in the

early morning prior to going to work.” She was the very best thing to ever happen to me, “Villasin stated,” She was my world.” The male pit bull was about 4-years-old and was raised by the family considering that it was a young puppy, stated Miramar Law enforcement officer Yessenia Diaz. The pet and 2 other pit bulls owned by the family were eliminated by animal control officers that very same early morning.

No decision on their fate has actually been made.– The Associated Press contributed to this story. Copyright 2018 Meredith Corporation

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If you owned a PlayStation 3, you have a month to claim a $65 refund

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It is because of a class action claim involving a security update. The original PlayStation 3 had the choice for an alternate os, however the slim variation of the console released later on removed that feature as part of a security update. This led to a class action suit which was settled in 2016. It enables owners of the initial PlayStation 3 to declare a $65 payment by sending a claim type.

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target =” _ blank” > here. To be eligible, you should have acquired the console from an “authorized merchant, provide your PlayStation username and the identification number of your system. The due date for sending a claim is April 15, so act fast!

Cops: 5-month-old child of apprehended Las Vegas couple weighed 5 pounds when he died

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

The five-month-old child of an arrested Las Vegas couple was just five pounds when he died late last month, cops stated.

Following an investigation into the infant’s death, Loreana Martinez, 24, and Anthony Oceja, 29, were charged with murder, overlook and animal abuse. When the child died, medical professionals at Daybreak Hospital stated the he had bones that were quickly protruded, including his rib cage, and his spine “looked like if it was about to poke from the skin.” No swellings were seen, however his gums were white, which doctors attributed to dehydration.

Police stated Martinez did not bring her child to appointments after Dec., where he was taped at about 8 pounds. She told private investigators repeatedly the child was breast fed approximately four times per day for about 45 minutes to an hour each time.

Martinez said the kid was fed several times the day he died, inning accordance with the arrest report, and was found unresponsive after she put him to sleep before dinner.

The infant was noticable dead on Feb. 25, weighing five pounds.

[RELATED: East Las Vegas parents detained for murder of malnourished baby]

Martinez told police she had post-partum depression, however stopped taking medication after a week. She denied drug or alcohol abuse and stated Oceja smoked cannabis periodically after the kids remained in bed.

Oceja informed police he does not discipline his kids and that as a victim of child abuse, he took it extremely seriously.

Private investigators at the home near the 5700 block of East Hacienda Avenue discovered 4 pet dogs, three of which were emaciated pit bulls. The pets’ ribs and spinal column were visible from a distance. The fourth canine, a terrier mix, remained in appropriate condition, cops said.

Oceja told cops he didn’t have cash to feed the pets sometimes. The canines were committed Clark County Animal Control.

Authorities stated the family did not have a history with Kid Protective Services.

The child’s name was not launched.

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Daddy detained for killing 10-month-old child in northwest Las Vegas

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180″/ > LAS VEGAS( FOX5)- A 31-year-old man was arrested Friday in Chicago for eliminating his 10-month-old child in northwest Las Vegas previously this week, inning accordance with Metro Authorities.

Eric Chu was arrested in Chicago “in connection to the murder.”

On Jan. 23, at about 4:51 p.m., LVMPD was called to the 9200 block of West Charleston Boulevard to respond to a 10-month-old child not breathing and a guy threatening medical staff. The child was taken to Summerlin Hospital with life threatening injuries “that seemed a result of battery,” City stated. The infant was later on taken to UMC.

The child died the next night. Authorities identified Chu as the suspect and determined he had actually run away Las Vegas. Metro’s Repeat Culprit Program determined Chu may have been headed to Chicago. United States Marshals discovered Chu in Chicago Friday and arrested him. He was waiting for extradition since Friday night.

The baby and cause of death were not recognized.

City said anybody with information about this case need to contact the LVMPD Abuse and Overlook Area by phone at 702-828-3364, or by email at [email protected]

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FOX5 Unique Report: 1 October – One Month Later

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

FOX5’s “1 October: One Month Later On” is a special news documentary that chronicles the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history and how our neighborhood ended up being more powerful afterward.

The documentary starts hours before the shooting on a stunning Sunday afternoon where fans attending the Route 91 Harvest Celebration believed they would simply be taking pleasure in a nation concert.

The joy rapidly turns to mayhem and tragedy as shots sound out and everyday people quickly become larger than life heroes.

Lastly, our story concludes with a look at how our community will move forward and how the 58 victims killed in the mass shooting will be kept in mind for several years to come.

[SLIDESHOW: Pictures of the 58 Victims]

VIEW the entire FOX5 “ 1 October: One Month Later” unique news documentary listed below:

WEB EXCLUSIVES: “1 October – One Month Later” Raw Interviews

Oliver Heigh, a daily person turned local hero, was included in our FOX5 special documentary “1 October– One Month Later On.” See listed below for more of Oliver’s stunning account of how he helped many people who were shot and hurt at the Route 91 Harvest Celebration, get to safety.

Las Vegas Metro Authorities Department Officer Paul Wojcik remembers getting the call verifying his dear pal and fellow officer Charleston Hartfield was killed in the 1 October shooting at the Path 91 Festival on the famous strip. Paul was featured in our FOX5 special documentary “1 October– One Month Later.” See more of his raw interview below.

Dr. Kevin Menes, emergency clinic doctor at Dawn Hospital in Las Vegas, was featured in our FOX5 unique documentary “1 October– One Month Later On.” In this raw web exclusive, Dr. Menes recounts how his typical Sunday graveyard shift, turned into an among the most chaotic scenes of fear and survival in his medical career.

RELATED STORIES: The Healing Continues #VegasStrong

The Las Vegas neighborhood showed assistance for a guy who lost his other half and the mom of their kids on 1 October FOX5’s Alyssa Deitsch shares how the neighborhood is assisting them cope (watch below).

Las Vegas shows assistance for guy who lost partner on 1 October

The people of Las Vegas share the story of the city and reveal exactly what it suggests to be #VegasStrong. FOX5’s Dave Hall catches their heartfelt response (watch listed below).

Las Vegans share exactly what it suggests to be #VegasStrong
ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Community Responds to 1 October.

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