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A very normal May Monday

Sunshine and some northerly breezes to start our Monday. A weak cold front will keep some breezes around today and shave a couple of degrees off our afternoon high. Very normal low 90s will be the coolest day of the week though. Sherry's most accurate #WeathrNOW forecast has a quick warm-up coming before the weekend, but a very nice Memorial Day on the way... Read More

Family, friends remember Dotty's manager killed during robbery

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- A candlelight vigil was held on Sunday night for Alicia Gibellina. She was the Dotty’s manager who was killed during a robbery on May 11 after 28-year-old Samuel Schmid, went inside a Dotty’s on Flamingo Road and Jones Boulevard and allegedly stole a woman’s purse.

Alicia's husband Miguel along with all of her friends from years of working in casinos and gaming parlors in Vegas came out to show their support.

Patricia Hicks had known Gibellina for 30 years and said she would never forget her kindness. 

"I cry a lot of nights because I know that she won’t be back to see us again, but I still have her right here in my heart and she will always be my friend," Hicks said.

Many describe this as a senseless and disturbing act with the hope that Dotty’s Gaming will change the way it handles operations within its parlor. ... Read More

What's Driving You Crazy? - An update on the mystery poles on The Las Vegas Strip

LAS VEGAS ( KLAS ) - An update on those mystery poles in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip near the “Welcome To Las Vegas” sign.

Full disclosure: I have not done anywhere near the research that news anchor John Langeler has done for his upcoming report on ancestry.

But I don't think I'm going out on a limb to say that these poles are *not* the great-great-great grand nieces and nephews of the interplanetary invaders from the fictional “War Of The Worlds.”


When 8NewsNow viewer Kurt asked about the poles that have popped up on the median on Las Vegas Blvd we learned from Clark County that those are simply called “smart poles” - combination light poles with space to install cell phone sites... Read More

LIVE: Heavy traffic leaving EDC Monday morning

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The three-day EDC festival has ended this morning and that means thousands of people will be leaving the Las Vegas Motor Speedway during the morning traffic hour.

The traffic is congested on I-15 near the speedway as concert-goers make their way back home. The congestion will be mostly felt by north valley residents. If you're one of those commuters, you might want to leave home early or find another route.

Be aware there are a lot of cars and some pedestrians in the area as well as rideshare drivers and buses... Read More

Fire burns business complex near Sunset Park

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Clark County fire crews are cleaning up after battling a blaze at a business complex in the early morning hours of Monday.

The fire was reported around 1:30 a.m. at the Park 2000 Business Park on Eastern Avenue and Sunset Road. One of the buildings containing a nail boutique and non-profit agency was fully engulfed in flames and the roof collapsed.

Fire at business complex on Eastern Ave. and Sunset Rd. on May 23, 2022. (KLAS)

"There was a lot of chaos. A lot of firefighters. They were really going at it trying to contain this thing. A lot of yelling on the radio. It was chaotic," said witness Mario Long.

It's believed no one was inside the building and no firefighters were injured while fighting the blaze.

The cause of the fire is under investigation... Read More

Politics Now: May 21, 2022

This week on Politics Now with host John Langeler:

KLAS will host a Republican Gubernatorial Primary Debate next week

Republican Attorney General candidate Tisha Black talks about crime, her opponent and Covid-19 lawsuits

Outrage after a parent reads what she says was a sexually explicit assignment during a CCSD Board of Trustees meeting

George Knapp helps us break down what happened in Congress's first public UFO hearing in 50 years

-A new bill would help "documented dreamers"... Read More

Frustrated Dems weigh limited options after Buffalo shooting

Democrats are scrambling for answers in the wake of the shooting massacre in Buffalo, N.Y., the latest in a string of racist mass killings that have stunned the country, terrified minority communities — and frustrated reform-minded lawmakers who are left scouring for a viable response.

The deadly tragedy in Buffalo, where a lone gunman shot 13 people in a grocery store, 11 of them Black, killing 10, follows on the heels of similar bigoted attacks in Texas and Pittsburgh, where racist gunmen singled out specific ethnic minorities they deemed a threat to White culture and power.

And it's put Democrats in a familiar position: Full of ideas for combating racist violence but lacking the political heft to see most of them through... Read More