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Police Call Teen Girl's Shooting Death 'Tragic Accident'

LAS VEGAS - Metro Police said another teenage girl was holding the gun when it discharged, shooting and killing 13-year-old Brooklyn Mohler Tuesday.

Brooklyn was shot at a house in the 1600 block of Little Crow Avenue, near Spencer Street and Pebble Road about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. The teen was transported to an area hospital where she died later that evening.

Metro Police described the shooting as a "tragic accident" and said it doesn't anticipate filing charges in the case.

Police said the gun came from inside the home where the girl was shot.

Neighbors said they didn't expect a shooting on a quiet cul-de-sac inside the gated community.

"I came home and they had a bunch of crime scene tape up and the police were everywhere," neighbor Andrew Mertz said. "It is still surprising even though I saw other stuff happen before and I didn't think it would get this intense."

Driving You Crazy: Light at Horizon Ridge and Sandy Ridge

HENDERSON, Nev. - A valley driver says a mistimed light at Horizon Ridge Parkway and Sandy Ridge Avenue is making u-turns extremely difficult.

The driver says he waited five sequences before the light recognized turning traffic.

This is a popular u-turn spot, because it's the only spot for some time where Horizon Ridge traffic can legally turn around to get back to the more popular Eastern Avenue.

The viewer adds the driver behind him grew inpatient, drove around him and made an illegal u-turn on the red light.

The good news is this illegal activity is no longer necessary at this intersection.

RTC FAST placed a ticket with the City of Henderson to check the detection system at this traffic light. Crews found the problem and made timing adjustments. If your car is in the turn lane, you will now get a green turn arrow.

Henderson Police to Participate in National Research Project

Henderson Police to Participate in National Research Project

Rating customer service is commonplace in many industries, but public safety is not one of them.

That will change later this year in Henderson, as police will be the subject of a national study.

Henderson was selected as one of 100 police departments nationwide to participate in a Department of Justice’s National Institute of Justice-funded research project.

Starting later this summer, anyone who interacts with Henderson officers might be asked to rate their interaction with the officers as part of the National Police Research Platform developed and overseen by the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Center for Research in Law and Justice.

Mayors Against Illegal Guns Advocate For Background Checks

LAS VEGAS -- Mayors Against Illegal Guns gathered Monday morning at the Henderson Department of Motor Vehicles to spread their message of the importance of background checks for almost all gun purchases.

According to the group, 86 percent of Nevada favors background checks, but even so, plenty of people had something to say about the controversial background check.

Not everyone wanted to hear the message, but members of the group passed out flyers and talked to anyone who would listen.

"You have to go in there, in the DMV to get your license, your drivers license, your license plate," said Mike Prior, a volunteer for the group. "You have to go in there, even to register to vote. You have to have ID."

The group has lobbied hard for a bill that would require background checks, even running TV advertising campaigns calling out Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.

Fire Damages Hotel in Henderson

Fire Damages Hotel in Henderson

A hotel in Henderson was evacuated Monday afternoon after a fire broke out.

The fire at the Residence Inn near Sunset Road and Green Valley Parkway was first reported at about noon.

When fire crews first arrived, smoke and flames were visible. It took them about 15 minutes to get the blaze under control.

The Clark County Fire Department helped fighting the fire.

There is no word on the cause or the cost of the damage. 

Tickets On Sale Thursday for Babyface at Henderson Pavilion

Tickets On Sale Thursday for Babyface at Henderson Pavilion

Tickets will go on sale Thursday for a concert by Grammy Award-winning artist Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds.

Edmonds will perform Friday, October 11 at 8 p.m. at the Henderson Pavilion, 200 S. Green Valley Parkway.

The legendary performer, songwriter and music producer was the force behind dozens of hit songs from artists like Beyonce, Aretha Franklin, Madonna and Boyz II Men.

He also recorded hit songs for himself, including “Whip Appeal,” Its No Crime,” and “Every Time I Close My Eyes.”

Tickets to the show are $39 and $45. They’re available online at hendersonlive.com, or by calling (702) 267-4849 or at the pavilion box office.  

Local Breakfast Chain Opens New Location on Eastern

Local Breakfast Chain Opens New Location on Eastern

Just months after a car crashed into the patio of its Sahara Avenue location, Egg Works and Egg & I opened its fifth location in southern Nevada.

The new restaurant opened Monday morning at 10839 S. Eastern Ave. in Henderson, between Horizon Ridge and Sunridge Heights. The standalone restaurant is the former home of Bonefish Grill, which closed and later reopened at Town Square.

The company suffered a serious blow when a car drove into the Sahara location’s patio April 1 during the lunch rush, seriously injuring 10 people. The restaurant closed for weeks before reopening in early May.

Business hours are 6 am until 3 pm daily. The local restaurant chain first opened in Las Vegas in 1988.