Bryan Clay, the Las Vegas man convicted of raping and murdering a mother and her 10-year-old daughter, takes the stand and makes an emotional plea to the jury.
Monday’s headlines: trash, lawlessness targeted at shooting range, California pot legalization not the biggest threat for Nevada, officials quiet on Amazon HQ2 proposal. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
In the wake of the tragedy in Las Vegas, Casey Neistat took to YouTube to use his platform to raise over $300,000 for the victims. He also said any and all adsense earned would go to the charity as well. However, YouTube’s position on not allowing tragedies to be monetized kicked in, and has sparked an interesting discussion of which I’m on both sides of.
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Friday’s Headlines: CCSD saves jobs with less cuts, Nevada marijuana sales soar during first month, Las Vegas police investigating machete fight and shooting
Las Vegas police are looking for teens who are interested in their Explorer Program. Many of the teens who go through the program end up in law enforcement. Marissa Kynaston reporting.
Thousands of people move to Las Vegas each year and they all need a place to live causing rent to increase.
Police say a man killed his wife before killing himself on Sunday night near Alexander Road and Hualapai Way. Breaking news.
1. Goodwill is filing for bankruptcy. The nonprofit says recent expansions and higher costs to operate their stores led to thedecision. They filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy yesterday.
2. How does $3 in exchange for more than $11.8 million sound? Well, a lucky Californian hit the jackpot on Tuesday at theFremont. The Megabucks resets at $10 million.
3. A Michigan man shopping in a marijuana dispensary on Tuesday is now facing child abuse charges. Police say he left a baby alone in a running car and left the doors unlocked. Child Protective Services opened an investigation.
In California, recreational sales aren’t yet legal, but just 10 minutes from the border in Nevada NuLeaf is capitalizing.