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I-15 Work Continues to Frustrate Drivers

I-15 Work Continues to Frustrate Drivers


Another weekend of detours and delays is on the way for the I-15 Design-Build South Project.

The traffic effects are as follows:

Top 8 Longest Golf Holes

Hole 11, Revere Golf Club at Anthem (Lexington course)
Hole 11, Revere Golf Club at Anthem (Lexington course)

LAS VEGAS -- If holes-in-one represent golf perfection, par fives that are longer than six football fields strung together from goal line to goal line are the stuff that can leave plenty of room for disaster. They can turn a decent round into the aggravation one gets from losing luggage at an airport or seeing your last dollar disappear in a vending machine without getting that bag of chips in return. If your tee shot doesn't find the fairway, you could spend a week on one of these holes.

Henderson Police Search for So-Called Plaid Bank Robber

Henderson Police Search for So-Called Plaid Bank Robber

A suspect that Henderson Police have dubbed the plaid bank robber has struck again.

The man was wearing a plaid shirt when he robbed a US Bank branch inside a Smith’s Food and Drugs store at 830 S. Boulder Highway Wednesday. Henderson Police say this is the second bank he has robbed in five days.

The suspect was wearing a plaid shirt and plaid baseball hat when he robbed an America First Credit Union at 370 N. Stephanie Street Friday.

In the most recent case, the suspect approached a teller and handed her a note demanding money. The teller took money from her cash drawer and gave it to the suspect. After getting the cash, the suspect took the note back from the teller and left the store.

The suspect never showed a weapon.

ACLU: CCSD Didn't Protect Bullied Students

LAS VEGAS -- The American Civil Liberties Union filed discrimination complaints Wednesday against the Clark County School District claiming the district failed to take appropriate action to protect two harassed students at Greenspun Junior High School.

The complaints were filed with the Nevada Equal Rights Commission. The Nevada chapter of the ACLU claims  two boys were bullied by other students for their perceived sexual orientation. According to the complaint, school officials did not take any action, even after one of the boy's parents contacted the school.

Amanda Fulkerson, Chief Communications Officer for CCSD, said district officials had not seen the complaint yet. She issued the following statement:

"Student safety is the top priority of the District. We will review this issue and will work with the students, parents and administrators to investigate what happened on the campus that led to the lawsuit."

Police Search for Bank Robbery Suspect

Police Search for Bank Robbery Suspect

Henderson Police are searching for a man they say robbed a bank near Stephanie Street and Warm Springs Road.

The crime happened Friday at the America First Credit Union branch at 370 North Stephanie Street. Police say the suspect walked up to a teller just after 5 p.m. He handed her a note demanding money. The teller took money out of her cash drawer and gave it to the suspect. The suspect then left the bank. Eyewitnesses saw him run through the bank’s parking lot and jump over a block wall into the Adobe Ranch Apartments.

The suspect did not show the teller a weapon.

He is described as a white man in his late 20s or early 30s. He is 6-foot to 6-foot-2 and weighs between 180 and 200 pounds. At the time of the robbery, he was wearing a plaid baseball cap, yellow and green plaid shirt, blue jeans, black tennis shoes and black sunglasses.

Another Round of Storms Hits Las Vegas with Lightning and Hail

LAS VEGAS -- Another round of stormy weather moved through the Las Vegas Valley Sunday evening bringing hail, lightning and heavy rain. A large portion of the valley was under a severe thunderstorm warning until 10:45 p.m. 

SLIDESHOW: Viewer Pictures of Storm and Hail

The storm cell showed up radar southwest of the valley around 9:30 p.m. As the storm moved northeast, it grew in intensity and started producing hail. There were several reports of hail, up to the size of a quarter, in the Summerlin area and other parts of the northwest.

Earlier in the day, a sudden storm hit Henderson causing street flooding on Stephanie Street and Sunset Road.

There is a chance for isolated storms Monday.

St. Rose to Expand Siena Campus, Add Hundreds of Jobs

St. Rose to Expand Siena Campus, Add Hundreds of Jobs


One of southern Nevada’s largest hospital operators will embark on a three-year expansion program starting in August.

St. Rose Dominican’s Siena Campus will begin construction on a new five-story hospital tower with a four-story parking garage. The parking structure should be ready in April 2013, at which time the hospital construction will commence.

When the hospital is ready in summer 2015, hospital officials plan to bring 700 new jobs to the Green Valley-area facility. The Siena Campus currently employs about 1,500 people.