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Police respond to a church shooting in New Hampshire

PELHAM, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire have responded to a church in Pelham for reports of a shooting.

Authorities responded to the New England Pentecostal Church just after 10 a.m. Saturday.

WMUR-TV reports that Hillsborough County Attorney Michael Conlon said there were no fatalities and a suspect is in custody.

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said in a statement that state officials are at the church assisting first responders in the shooting investigation.

New Hampshire Attorney General’s office spokeswoman Kate Spiner says the office is aware of the situation and is working in conjunction with the Hillsborough County Attorney.

Photos of the scene show ambulances, fire trucks and police cars at the church.

Pelham is located about 40 miles (64 kilometers) south of Concord, New Hampshire’s capital. It borders Massachusetts... Read More

Get your tickets: Neon Museum’s Tim Burton showcase “Lost Vegas” opens Tuesday

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — It’s an exhibition that’s bringing two icons together for one incredible showcase. “Lost Vegas: Tim Burton at The Neon Museum presented by The Engelstad Foundation” is opening in just three days, and it’s time to snag your tickets if you haven’t already.

For just $30 general admission to the Neon Boneyard, attendees can explore Burton’s love for Las Vegas’ neon heritage through several site-specific installations. If you’re looking for a late-night experience, admission to the nighttime spectacle “Brilliant!” will be $24.

This collaboration between Burton and the Neon Museum is unique in that the venue is not just hosting the filmmaker’s art, it’s also serving as creative inspiration.

One of the best parts of “Lost Vegas?” Several of the works will play off the museum’s sign collection. Just to refresh your memory, the collection was starred in Burton’s film “Mars Attacks!” ... Read More

Pregnancy discrimination continues, 41 years after US ban

(AP) — For 41 years, federal law has banned pregnancy discrimination in the workplace. But the stories tumbling out this week show it’s far from eradicated.

Prompted by presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s claim that she was forced out of a teaching job in 1971 because she was pregnant, scores of women have shared similar experiences on social media. Police officers, academics, fast food workers, lawyers, flight attendants, administrative assistants and others say they hid pregnancies on the job or during interviews, faced demeaning comments and were demoted or even fired after revealing a pregnancy... Read More

Metro looking for missing man with dementia

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Metro police are asking for your help in finding a missing man with dementia. Police say 64-year-old Fernando Fuentes went missing Friday afternoon.

Fuentes is described as 5’9″ and about 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing a beige and red striped shirt, dark blue pants and sunglasses.

He only speaks Spanish and suffers from dementia. Officials fear he may be in need of medical care.

Fuentes was last seen in the area of Lamb and Vegas Valley Drive. If you have any information on where he may be, give Metro a call at (702) 828-3111... Read More

Parent of special needs child facing off with CCSD

LAS VEGAS
(KLAS) —
Video from a Clark County School District school bus is at the
center of disagreement. Parents of a child with special needs are facing off
against the district.

The parents claim the
district can’t be trusted and they say the video above is one reason why.

This is an incident from May
2nd, on a Clark County School District bus. Another child appears to
try to hit Gia blessing with a sippy cup several times.

Gia is a fourth grader who
is autistic and non-verbal. The bus driver gets involved, Gia is upset and then
minutes later her mother shows up.

“My daughter
was screaming no, no, no,” said Tania Blessing.

Her mother reveals she heard
Gia in trouble, because she sent her to school with AngelSense — a listening
device... Read More

Global Angel Wings Project, in “What’s Cool at School”

LAS VEGAS (KLAS-TV) – An advanced art project
from middle school students is spreading kindness and showing that our
community continues to be Vegas Strong!

On the second anniversary
of 1 October, art students at Cadwallader Middle School unveiled their tribute
to the 58 people who lost their lives the night of the shooting.

“I think it’s a way to
bring people together,” said eighth grader Harlie Smith.

Science teacher, Christine Janette, was at the Route 91 concert with her husband that tragic night. They both survived.

Janette finds purpose in giving back to the families who lost loved ones: “I feel like it’s helping me heal, and move forward, and understand what I’ve been through”

Over 1,600 students are participating in the art project called the ‘Global Angel Wings Project.’... Read More

Nevada Preservation Foundation acknowledges 75th anniversary of historic Huntridge Theater with commemorative pin

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The historic Huntridge Theater turned 75 years old today, so the Nevada Preservation Foundation took the time to commemorate it with a pin, which is at the battle born shop.

The theater opened for business on October 10, 1944. It is near the busy intersection of Maryland Parkway and Charleston. It was the first non-segregated theater in Las Vegas.

It has been closed since 2004, but the city has tried to come up with different proposals to clean it up and re-open it... Read More