Nevada Highway Patrol examined a deadly crash on March 7, 2018
.( Luis Marquez/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. A young woman who was killed in a single-vehicle crash early Wednesday early morning has been identified. The Clark County Coroner validated the death of Megan Ann Hicks, 23, of North Las Vegas, on Thursday. Hicks’ cause of death was not available.
Nevada Highway Patrol responded to reports of a rollover crash on the United States 95 and the Rainbow Boulevard curve on March 7. According to Trooper Jason Buratczuk, one lady was pronounced dead at the scene and a second woman was carried to a health center with crucial injuries.
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Hicks’ was the mom of a two-year-old woman, inning accordance with a < a href="https://www.gofundme.com/funeral-costs-and-support-of-mila” > GoFundMe account. Stay with FOX5 for future updates.
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LVMPD responded to a standoff late Sunday afternoon.
Lt. Graham with Metro stated SWAT arrived at the scene of an apartment building near Rainbow and Smoke Cattle ranch after a man fired shots inside a home.
Graham stated throughout the standoff, surrounding homes were evacuated. Around 7 p.m. the suspect was nabbed, SWAT left the area and City’s Violent Crimes Information took control of the examination.
Graham said no one was injured throughout the occurrence.
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Las Vegas celebrated the legalization of same-sex marriage in the only method it understands how: with big, intense lights shining through the night.
After the Supreme Court’s Friday judgment that the U.S. Constitution offers same-sex couples the right to wed,Nevadans revealed their approval all over the state.
Even the White Home showed off its pride by brightening the President’s house in rainbow lights.
Right here in Las Vegas, town hall was embellished in a comparable fashion, the light bars developing into a spectrum of color.
And it wasn’t simply town hall showing off. Locals had the ability to grab photos of the High Roller and the Tropicana likewise displaying multi-colored light shows.
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(AP Photo/Evan Vucci). The White Residence is lit up in event after the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage, on Friday, June 26, 2015, in Washington.
(AP Photo/Evan Vucci). The White House is brightened in celebration after the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage, on Friday, June 26, 2015, in Washington.
By GLYNN A. HILLSIDE
WASHINGTON (AP) – The White House is illuminated in rainbow colors in commemoration of the Supreme Court’s judgment to legalize same-sex marital relationship.
Gay and lesbian couples in Washington and across the country are celebrating Friday’s judgment, which will put an end to same-sex marital relationship bans in the 14 states that still keep them.
President Barack Obama stated previously Friday that the court ruling has actually “made our union a little more perfect.”
The colors illuminated the north side of the White House as Obama returned Friday evening from Charleston, South Carolina, where he provided the eulogy of the funeral of Clementa Pinckney, one of nine people murdered in the massacre at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church last week.
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