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Second Person in Plane Crash Dies

LAS VEGAS -- Another person involved in a plane crash earlier this month has died.

Officials with University Medical Center say Susan Touchet died Tuesday. Touchet was the wife of pilot Doug Touchet.

The plane came down on a residential street near Bermuda Road and Silverado Ranch. Two other people were in the plane.

City Gathering Names of Henderson Soldiers for Holiday Stockings

HENDERSON -- The Blue Star Mother, local businesses and city employees are collecting supplies that will stuff 1,200 stockings for troops overseas.

Collection boxes have been placed throughout Henderson City Hall and with local businesses in the Water Street District.

If you know of a Henderson soldier who is currently deployed overseas, you can submit their information by clicking here so they can receive a stocking.

The stockings will be stuffed over a three-day period and then sent to local soldiers. Here is a list of some of the supplies that are needed.

4-Year-Old Pulled From Pool Dies

HENDERSON, Nev. -- A 4-year-old boy pulled from a Henderson pool on Friday has died.

Henderson Police say the boy was found in floating in a pool near Wigwam and Green Valley Parkway on Friday night.

Emergency crews were able to revive the child and get him to the hospital. The boy was rushed to University Medical Center, but died on Tuesday.


Units in Apartment Complex Condemned

LAS VEGAS -- Mother Nature is wreaking havoc on valley residents at one apartment complex. The building they call home is on a ridge that is is crumbling and causing damage to the units.

Clark County has condemned part of the Mesa Ridge complex near Russell Rd. and Nellis Blvd. Eight families have been displaced after part of the complex was blocked off. However management was able to move those residents into other vacant apartments in a safer part of the complex.

A spokesperson for the apartment building says they've been dealing with the ridge crumbling since they first built the complex five years ago.

"Immediately we noticed that when it rained it seemed a lot of debris fell off the mesa and came through here and actually caused damage to lower homes behind us," said Ginger Reed, spokesperson.

Now that the county has condemned part of the complex, work will begin to secure the area.


Coroners Inquest into Henderson Shooting Ruled Justified

HENDERSON, Nev. -- The shooting death of a Henderson man by police has been ruled justified. A coroner's inquest was held Friday in the shooting of Richard Nolton.

The 42-year-old was killed after a standoff on July 3 with officers at his Henderson home near Greenway and east Horizon Drive.

Officers were called to Nolton's home after a call that he was threatening his wife and son. Both got away unharmed.

Nolton was shot by Officer Brian Pollard after he confronted police with a hand gun.

Crash Causes Concerns About Flight Zones

LAS VEGAS -- A small plane that crashed landed in a Las Vegas neighborhood Monday morning, killing a 45-year-old Louisiana man. Three others on board survived.

The plane narrowly missed slamming into homes, and residents say that's exactly why the Federal Aviation Administration needs to enforce stricter flight rules on where pilots can fly. They're hopeful, this crash helps their cause.

In Henderson, there are homes right by the airport. It is common to see aircraft take off at the Henderson Executive Airport throughout the day. But after Monday's crash, every sight and every sound of them comes with concern.

"Now, whenever I hear it on top of the house, I will be with my ears standing up wondering when is it going to happen again," said Olga Marullo. "Before they know it, there will be another. Maybe even a disaster."

The City of Henderson is Going to the Dogs

HENDERSON -- The City of Henderson is encouraging dogs and their owners to take part in a special Doggie Paddle and Play Day.

The event will be held Sept. 18 at Black Mountain Aquatic Complex. The dogs can use the pool as well as take part in several contests.

"With the opening of the new Bark Park at Heritage Park, interest in pet-friendly activities and places to go has never been stronger," said Angela Hester, Aquatics supervisor of City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. 

There are a few rules for Doggie Paddle and Play Day. Dogs weighing 50 lbs or less will swim from 9 -10:15 a.m. while dogs weighing 50 lbs or more can take a dip from 10:45 a.m. until noon.