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Video reveals suspect in shooting at Las Vegas transgender bar

City Authorities today launched a video of a suspect they say shot into a central valley bar popular with the transgender neighborhood recently, hurting a victim.

An intention for the apparently random shooting– reported about 5:15 a.m. Friday at The Las Vegas Lounge, 900 Karen Ave., near Maryland Parkway– has actually not been established, police stated.

The victim suffered a wound to the leg not considered dangerous, police said.

The suspect arrived on foot, strolled by the lounge, pulled out a gun and shot into the structure “without alerting” from a car park, police stated. Several people were inside business, and no one saw the shooter before he fled.

The video released today shows the guy strolling on a typical on an unidentified roadway.

Anyone with info is asked to call authorities at 702-828-8639. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com.

The Smith Center reveals its 2018-19 Broadway Las Vegas season

The Smith Center simply announced its 2018-19 Broadway Las Vegas season, and it has plenty of Tony- and Grammy-winning hits. With 10 shows– up from 9 in the 2017-18 season, and a record for the location– there’s a musical for every single ear. But the best ways to choose? We have actually arranged the shows by type to make the decision process a little easier. Then again, you can always pick them all by acquiring season tickets at thesmithcenter.com/broadway, where existing customers may restore now and brand-new ones might sign up for future purchase. (Sales for private productions will begin later on in the year.)

The classics: The famous Tony-winner Betty Buckley stars as the indefatigable matchmaker in the revival of Hello, Dolly! (March 19– 24, 2019). The sun rises, the sun sets, and Fiddler on the Roofing (June 4– 9, 2019) stays among the most precious musicals of all time. This version is upgraded by Tony-winning director Bartlett Sher and Israeli choreographer Hofesh Shechter.

Movie adjustments: With a brand-new rating by the songwriters of Hairspray and old favorites such as “Pure Creativity,” Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (June 18– 30, 2019) will be next summer’s golden ticket. Can a pie-baking contest conserve a small-town female from her small-town life? Find out in the adjustment of Waitress (October 9– 14), which includes music by Sara Bareilles. And if you missed its residency at Mandalay Bay, make certain to see the Grammy-winning preferred Disney’s The Lion King (November 7-25).

The life-affirming: The Tonys bestowed Dear Evan Hansen (January 15– 20, 2019) with the coveted 2017 Finest Musical award. It also won the 2018 Grammy for Finest Musical Comedy Album. Evan Hansen simply wishes to fit in– and because NBC News calls the program “a motivating anthem,” possibly the title character gets his dream. Come From Away (February 19– 24, 2019) tells the true story of 7,000 travelers stranded in Newfoundland in the after-effects of September 11.

Pop productions: Andrew Lloyd Webber created 14 new tunes for the Broadway adaptation of the hit movie School of Rock: The Musical (August 7– 12). It informs the timeless story of an aspiring rock star who teaches a bunch of kids the best ways to shred. On Your Feet! (September 4-9) follows the victorious life story of Cuban pop stars Emilio and Gloria Estefan.

Madcap comedy: The New york city Times calls The Play That Fails (April 18– 24, 2019) a “gut-busting hit.” The play-within-a-play concentrates on the hilariously dreadful opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor.

Electric Daisy Carnival reveals its 2018 Las Vegas lineup

Electric Daisy Carnival, the massive electronic music gathering that has actually happened at Las Vegas Motor Speedway annually given that 2011, has actually revealed its 2018 lineup:

12th World b2b Kill The Sound 4B


A/C Slater


Adrenalize Adriatique Afrojack

Alan Walker Alpha 9

Andrew Bayer Andy C



Arkham Knights Armin Van Buuren Astrix




Huge Wild


The Binches

Black Tiger Sex Device


Blankface b2b Maze b2b BloodThinnerz b2b Definitive


Boogie T b2b Squnto



Born Filthy

Kids Noize

Brennan Heart

Calyx & & Teebee b2b Break




Charlotte de Witte

Cheat Codes

Chris Lake

Chris Lorenzo


Cirez D

Claude VonStroke

Code Black

Cold Blue



Cosmic Gate

Crankdat b2b Dirty Audio Criminal offense Household

Da Tweekaz


Darksiderz b2b Mekanikal Darren Styles

Rush Berlin




Digital Punk

Dimitri Vegas & & Like Mike Diplo

Dirt Monkey

DJ AniMe b2b Mad Dog

DJ Buzz b2b Risk

DJ Isaac

DJ Mustard

DJ Stephanie b2b Girl Faith Dombresky

Don Diablo

Dr. Fresch

Dr Phunk

Dr. Rude


Drumsound & & Bassline Smith b2b Temper tantrum Desire

Dublodz b2b Monxx




Eric Prydz


Ferryboat Corsten

Firebeatz vs DubVision


Flux Pavilion b2b Physician P

Fury b2b Fallen

G Jones b2b Eprom

Gabriel & & Dresden



Genix b2b Sunny Lax Gentlemen’s Club


GG Magree

Hag City


Green Velvet Provides La Land Griffin Stoller


Gryffin (DJ Set)


Gud Vibrations






Honey Soundsystem

Hot Considering that 82

Ilan Bluestone


Ivy Lab

Jace Mek

Jack Beats

Jai Wolf

Jamie Jones Provides Paradise Jason Ross


Jessica Audiffred

John 00 Fleming

John Digweed

Jordan Suckley Provides 3FECT JOYRYDE


Junkie Kid










Lauren Lane

Lee Foss

Loadstar b2b Mind Vortex

Loco Dice

London On Da Track

Lost Frequencies


Maceo Plex

Mariana BO

Markus Schulz


Martin Garrix

Master of The People

Matt Medved




Mike WiLL Made-It

Mister Blaqk




Nightstalker b2b SOOTHSLAYER Notorius 2

Oliver Smith


Ookay (Live)


Paul Van Dyk

Paul Woolford

Pendulum (DJ Set)




Rell The Soundbender b2b Rawtek REZZ


Roger Shah (Live)

Sage Armstrong

Sam Jones

San Holo


7 Lions

Shiba San

Shimon b2b Benny L

Shmitty b2b No Requests

Sinden b2b LO’99






Solardo b2b CamelPhat

Area Jesus


Spag Heddy

Spencer Brown

Strange Club


Sub No Project


AFK b2b Svdden Death

Tchami x Malaa [No Redemption] The Pitcher

The Prototypes b2b TC


TNT aka Technoboy ‘N’ Tuneboy Toneshifterz

Vini Vici

Virtual Self



Squandered Penguinz Whethan

Will Clarke Wongo


Yellow Claw

Yheti b2b Toadface YOOKiE


Yuuki Yoshiyama Zedd

Zeds Dead

Zeke Beats Zomboy

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Video reveals man in run-in that resulted in deadly shooting


METRO POLICE An image from a video of a run-in that caused a fatal shooting.

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City Authorities on Wednesday launched a video that purportedly shows a conflict between two guys inside an east valley market, which escalated into a deadly shooting that left among them dead.

Private investigators have yet to determine the presumed shooter or a lady who ‘d accompanied him to the shopping center– in the 3900 block of East Owens, near Pecos Road– on Feb. 3, and they’re requesting for the general public’s assistance, authorities stated.

In a press release that accompanied the video, City described the man and the female as “people of interest.”

Officers reacted to the shooting right before 2 p.m. and discovered David Parsons, 41, pushing the ground outside with a deadly gunshot injury to his chest, police stated.

Police at the time stated that the gunman and a buddy had actually gotten to the shopping center in a newer-model Dodge Charger with dark-tinted windows and an altercation had actually broken out between Parsons and the shooter.

The argument escalated into a fist fight inside the store and after that shooting when the shooter was aiming to leave, police stated.

The video shows the presumed shooter being held back by the female as he appears to be shrieking inside the store. An outdoor camera shows them struggling to leave the car park before the guy speeds away.

The gunman was described as a high black guy who used his hair simply put braids, which were covered by a black do-rag. He likewise used a dark-colored sweatshirt, a gold pendant, dark denims and black shoes.

His guest was described as a heavier-set black lady, authorities said. She used a gray tank top and blue jeans.

Anyone with information is asked to call City at 702-828-3521 or by means of email at [ e-mail protected] To stay anonymous, contact Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or online at crimestoppesrofnv.com.

Uber reveals cover-up of hack impacting 57 million riders, motorists


Eric Risberg/ AP Revealed is the structure that houses the headquarters of Uber Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in San Francisco.

Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017|3:27 p.m.

SAN FRANCISCO– Uber is coming clean about its cover-up of a year-old hacking attack that took individual information about more than 57 million of the beleaguered ride-hailing service’s clients and chauffeurs.

The discovery Tuesday marks the current stain on Uber’s credibility.

The San Francisco company ousted Travis Kalanick as CEO in June after an internal investigation concluded he had actually constructed a culture that enabled female employees to be sexually bothered and encouraged employees to push legal limits.

Uber’s current CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, slammed the business’s handling of the data theft in a blog post that said there’s no proof the stolen info has been misused.

The break-in took the names, email addresses and phone numbers of 57 million riders. The burglars also captured the driver’s license numbers of 600,000 Uber chauffeurs.

Legal representative states body webcam video reveals LAPD officer planting drugs

Friday, Nov. 10, 2017|3:26 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– Los Angeles cops launched an internal investigation Friday after a lawyer released body video camera video that he says shows an officer planting cocaine in his client’s wallet throughout an arrest.

The video was taken during an arrest in April when officers stopped Ronald Shields, 52, who they thought had been involved in a hit-and-run crash.

It appears to show an officer standing beside Shields, who is in handcuffs, as another officer leans down and gets a little baggie filled with white powder– which later evaluated favorable for cocaine– that is on the ground. The officer who got the baggie then movements to the second officer, indicate Guard’s wallet in his hand and appears to place the baggie in the wallet.

The officer then switches on his body electronic camera, but the cameras instantly save the previous 30 seconds when they are switched on.

“The drugs were certainly planted,” Shields’ lawyer, Steve Levine, said. “If not for the body cam video, my client would be founded guilty of a criminal offense he didn’t commit.”

Los Angeles cops stated they opened an examination after the body camera video was aired by KCBS-TV on Thursday.

“The LAPD takes all claims of misconduct seriously and, as in all cases, will carry out a thorough examination to identify whether the supposed actions are supported by trustworthy proof,” authorities stated in a declaration.

Levine is asking a judge to suppress the evidence. The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office did not immediately respond to an ask for comment.

Tribune Media Reveals Prepare for Enormous Chicago Riverfront Redevelopment

Media Business Intends to Tempt Amazon with 9-Million-SF Mixed-Use Project On 37 Acres Along Chicago River’s North Branch

Street-level view rendering from Grand Avenue of the River District project proposed by Tribune Media.
Street-level view rendering from Grand Opportunity of the River District project proposed by Tribune Media. Tribune Media Co. today submitted planned advancement and rezoning files focused on transforming its 37-acre printing plant industrial website along the North Branch of the Chicago River into an 18-building community and mall totaling 9 million square feet of workplace, hotel and shopping, along with 5,900 real estate units.

The master planned job is the next phase of Tribune Media’s effort to monetize its property portfolio. Last year, the media business offered its signature neo-Gothic Tribune Tower, home of the Chicago Tribune, in addition to Los Angeles Times Square and the Olympic Printing Plant in Los Angeles, for a combined overall of almost $700 million.

Tribune Media officials, in a presentation today to the Chicago Tribune and Crain’s, stated the project dubbed the River District at 777 W. Chicago Ave. could produce 19,000 jobs in a new neighborhood which the company specifies as “a landmark urban tech-centric area that will reflect how people wish to live and work.”

The project, bounded by Grand Opportunity, Chicago Opportunity, Halsted and the Chicago River, would extend Chicago’s downtown district and develop a natural connection in between The Loop, River North, Fulton Market and River West.

Tribune Media has actually currently sent the site to the city as a potential house for Amazon’s highly desired 2nd head office. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has moved aggressively and with particular confidence to tempt Amazon and its headquarters, which is being pursued by practically every large U.S. city.

“The River District plan leverages finest practices from Chicago and other significant cities and reflects how people wish to live and work today,” stated Murray McQueen, president of Tribune Real Estate Holdings. “Our objective is to create the same in-demand dynamic community seen in tech centers such as San Francisco and Seattle.”

The project could create about $1.1 billion in local tax advantage to the city over the next 20 years. The first stage of the redevelopment will happen on the southern end of the 777 W. Chicago website on 18 “shovel prepared” acres that might support 5.5 million square feet of business home start in 2020.

The 2nd stage redeveloping the staying 12 acres might be built out later on based upon market demand and support an additional 3.7 million square feet.

Detroit Billionaire Reveals $2.1 B Prepare for '' Transformational ' Motor City Downtown Advancements

Proposals Would Modification Downtown Skyline in Detroit’s Largest-Ever Economic Revitalization Plan

Quicken Loans founder, Cleveland Cavaliers owner and investor Dan Gilbert today announced information of his prepare for a quartet of projects in downtown Detroit aimed at rebuilding the CBD of the Midwest’s second-largest city after Chicago.

Bedrock, one of the ventures under Gilbert’s Rock Ventures LLC holding company, revealed the $2.1 billion in projects that consist of redevelopment of the former J.L. Hudson’s outlet store website; ground-up building and construction on a two-block location of Monroe Avenue east of Gilbert’s downtown head office; restoration of the Book Tower and Book Building, and a nearly $100 million expansion of the One School Martius building, headquarters of Gilbert’s Quicken Loans home mortgage operation.

Gilbert, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and other elected authorities and neighborhood members satisfied at Book Tower to reveal the proposals, which would be developed over 5 years. The jobs now precede the Detroit Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, the primary step towards approval of new state financing under Michigan Grow, or MIthrive, a revitalization program enacted into state law previously this year.Click to Broaden. Story Continues Listed below

” The economic effect this project will have on our city is larger than anything we have actually seen in generations,” Duggan said. “Not only will it produce thousands of new jobs and opportunities for Detroiters, it will improve the city’s horizon and draw in much more re-investment in Detroit.”

The jobs consist of the following:

* Hudson’s Site, a $900 million, 1 million-square-foot redevelopment of the renowned department site slated to consist of the tallest tower in the city, restaurants, retail and office;
* Monroe Blocks, an $830 million development between the Greektown district and School Martius Park, which will include a 35-story, 814,000-square-foot workplace tower, 482 property systems, restaurants, shopping and 3 public plaza areas;
* Reserve Tower, a $313 million remodelling of the Book homes that will be among the most considerable rehabilitation ever carried out in the Motor City, in addition to 95 domestic systems, 180,000 square feet of retail and workplace, and a hotel;
* One School Martius, a $95 million expansion that will include 310,000 square feet of office space.

Gilbert is aiming high with the endeavor, even courting Amazon’s planned 52,000-employee HQ2 head office job, with the billionaire describing Detroit as “a legit contender” for the 52,000-employee complex that in recent weeks has become America’s most desired financial advancement venture.

Bedrock intends to look for help through MIthrive, which utilizes regional brownfield tax increment funding (TIF) for advancement opportunities throughout Michigan. The TIF permits jobs to keep a portion of the state tax revenue they produce to help close the space between high redevelopment costs and exactly what market rents can support.

Donations pour in for hot dog supplier after viral video reveals police seizing his cash

A University of California police officer was recorded seizing money from a hot dog vendor while writing up a citation for selling without a license on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. (Facebook)< img src =" /wp-content/uploads/2017/09/14900948_G.png" alt=" A University of California law enforcement officers was taped seizing cash from a hot dog supplier while writing up a citation for selling without a license on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. (Facebook)"

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( Facebook)” border= “0” width =” 180″/ > A University of California policemans was tape-recorded taking cash from a hotdog vendor while writing up a citation for selling without a license on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. (Facebook). (MEREDITH)– A client who tape-recorded the viral video of a police confiscating cash from a hotdog supplier has raised more than $ 78,000 to assist the supplier. In the clip, a University of California law enforcement officers seized $ 60 from the vendor’s wallet since he stated the man was operating without a license. The supplier was selling bacon hotdogs on the walkway outside a college football video game on Saturday. The bystander who filmed the interaction determined himself as UC Berkeley alumnus Martin Flores, according to

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” > click on this link to watch the video. Flores is heard on the video questioning the officer’s decision to take the male’s money, claiming it was unjust.

The officer said in the video that a judge could choose whether or not it’s best.

University Authorities Sgt. Sabrina Reich stated the money was seized as evidence of the “believed profits of the infraction.”

” In general, when an officer concerns a citation, makes an arrest or examines a criminal activity, the officer may take items as proof of the proceeds of the crime or violation,” Reich said in an e-mail to the Associated Press.

UC Berkeley Vice Chancellor Scott Biddy said in a declaration that the university has actually advised officers to keep track of illegal vending outdoors event venues over concerns about public health.

He said the university’s practice is to issue cautions prior to offering a citation. UC officials stated authorities detained 3 other people for vending without a license but released them with a caution.

Biddy said university authorities will examine the officer’s decision to take the money “to look at both the procedural and management concerns connected to the occurrence.”

Click on this link to read the vice chancellor’s full statement and frequently asked questions surrounding the event.

The Associated Press and KTVU-TV added to this report.

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'' If I were KKK would I hold you like this?'', widespread picture reveals peace in Virginia


With tensions being high throughout America today after a rally turned deadly in Charlottesville, one photo posted to Facebook is spreading out peace.

The viral image was captured at the end of the day at the Jubal Early monument at Fort Early.

The image features Ruettecti Hicks and Jason Turner.

After an anonymous risk to vandalize a Confederate memorial, monolith guards were on patrol in Lynchburg, Virginia all the time, inning accordance with a Facebook post from The Virginia Flaggers.

“Monument guards are not armed. They patrol and observe the location then call law enforcement to report.” Barry Isenhour, journalism Representative for the Virginia Flaggers, said.

“Late in the evening, one of the monolith guards discovered this female,” the post read.

The monument guard said he could inform she feared them.

“He walked up to her, arms outstretched, said ‘We are not KKK’ and she grabbed him and would not let go. He discussed that they were [there] to stop all of this and prevent another Charlottesville,” the Facebook post read.

Exactly what occurred next is going viral.

“If I were KKK would I hold you like this?” the monolith guard asked.

The two talked together through tears about interacting for a compromise.

“Jason and I are planning to collaborate to spread out peace,” Hicks said in a telephone call on Sunday. “We remain in consistent contact.”

“It functions as a reminder to everybody that God can use the most unpleasant times to shine light and truth, even in near darkness,” the post said.

The Facebook post was made early Saturday morning and has considering that received near 3,000 shares and over 2,000 reactions.

“We are here to educate the neighborhood, that’s it.” Isenhour said.

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