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Golden Knights Express adds southwest valley pick-up

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The RTC is adding a fifth location to its Golden Knights Express routes, allowing fans to use the service from a new location in the southwest valley.

Fans can now catch the bus to T-Mobile Arena on game nights from Sierra Gold at Jones and Sunset.

The five routes offer nonstop service to and from the arena, with fares as low as $2 each way with free parking.

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‘Clueless’ actress Stacey Dash charged with domestic battery

NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (AP) — An actress known for appearing in the 1990s comedy “Clueless” faces a domestic battery charge in Florida.

A Pasco County Sheriff’s Office report says 52-year-old Stacey Dash was arrested Sunday night.

The report says Dash got into a verbal argument with a man at a New Port Richey apartment. Deputies say she pushed the man and slapped his face. Investigators noted that the man sustained red scratch marks on his left arm.

The reports say no alcohol or drugs were involved.

Dash was released on bail Monday morning. Jail records didn’t list an attorney who could be contacted for comment on her behalf.

Besides portraying Dionne Davenport in “Clueless,” Dash has film and television credits beginning in the 1980s. She worked as a Fox News commentator from 2014 to 2017. ... Read More

Neon Boneyard closes while Tim Burton exhibit works toward Oct. 15 opening

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Neon Boneyard and nighttime “Brilliant!” spectacle will go dark for two weeks as work begins for the Oct. 15 reopening to debut Tim Burton’s exhibition.

“Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum presented by the Englestad Foundation” will bring together sculptural and digital installations that celebrate Burton’s linkes to Las Vegas and its historical neon heritage.

Signs at the Neon Museum were featured in Burton’s 1996 film, “Mars Attacks.” That connection could figure into art installation, as the new works play with the museum’s landmark sign collection... Read More

Monsoon season leaves desert Southwest high and dry

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Las Vegas got a little more than a quarter-inch of rain from June to the end of September this year, the 14th driest monsoon season on record.

The monsoon season usually brings high hopes for rain, thunder and lightning in the desert Southwest. This year, it was a dud.

The monsoon runs from mid-June through September, characterized by a shift in wind patterns and moisture being pulled in from the tropical coast of Mexico.

Usually it means rain that can cool down scorching cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas, water crops in low-lying areas and reduce the risk of wildfire. It also can be disappointing.

St. George, Utah, had its driest monsoon since 1944, when the city had no rain... Read More

15-year-old gets wish to spend day with heroes of 1 October response

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A New Jersey teen saw heroes.

As Las Vegas struggled to understand in the days that followed the 1 October shooting, 15-year-old Riley Carty was inspired by what he saw: the selfless efforts of Las Vegas police officers who helped to bring the community together.

.@MakeAWishSNV wish recipient Riley went through a mock police academy, tactical training, met with @Sheriff_LVMPD and numerous LVMPD units, before graduating from the police academy and going on his first police call.
Thank you Riley for your support! #makeawishsnv pic.twitter.com/rJRUhi7rI7... Read More

Jessye Norman, the international opera star, dead at 74

NEW YORK (AP) — Jessye Norman, the renowned international opera star whose passionate soprano voice won her four Grammy Awards and the National Medal of Arts, has died, according to family spokesperson Gwendolyn Quinn. She was 74.

A statement released to The Associated Press on Monday said Norman died at 7:54 a.m. EDT from septic shock and multi-organ failure secondary to complications of a spinal cord injury she had sustained in 2015. She died at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital in New York, and was surrounded by loved ones.

“We are so proud of Jessye’s musical achievements and the inspiration that she provided to audiences around the world that will continue to be a source of joy. We are equally proud of her humanitarian endeavors addressing matters such as hunger, homelessness, youth development, and arts and culture education,” the family statement read.

Funeral arrangements will be announced in the coming days... Read More

Red Cross offers several tips to work toward a #VegasStronger Community

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The American Red Cross is helping those affected by the 1 October tragedy continue to heal with a series of preparedness, resiliency and coping tips. The nonprofit will attend several commemoration events throughout the city, providing invaluable resources for those in need of support.

“It’s incredibly important for people to take care of themselves in the aftermath of an event like 1 October,” said Alan Diskin, executive director of Red Cross Southern Nevada. “Year-round, we have a hotline that people can call or text if they need to talk to someone.”

Diskin noted building personal resiliency, learning lifesaving skills and donating blood are all ways we can pull together to make for a stronger community in the wake of horrible tragedies like the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.

The tips are divided into two categories: general preparedness and coping.

General Preparedness: ... Read More