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Horses die in Northern Nevada roundup

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Federal land managers say 14 wild horses were euthanized during a roundup in northeastern Nevada.

The roundup took place at what is called the Triple B Complex which is spread across a large area north of Ely and south of Wells.

In all, more than 800 horses were removed and will be shipped to federal holding facilities.

During a 2018 roundup at the same complex, 30 horses died or were euthanized and nearly 1,400 were rounded up.

The Bureau of Land Management says the roundups are necessary because of an overpopulation of horses... Read More

SAD STORY: Cat with firecrackers strapped to paw has leg amputated

PITTSBURGH (AP) — An animal rescue group in Pittsburgh says someone strapped firecrackers to a cat’s front left paw with rubber bands and set them off, causing such severe injuries the animal’s leg had to be amputated.

Humane Animal Rescue says on its Facebook page that two good Samaritans brought the cat in over the weekend after finding it limping around on the mangled, bloody leg.

Meet Pickles This poor girl came to us over the weekend after being brought in by good samaritans. Upon closer…

Posted by Humane Animal Rescue on Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Based on how the wound had begun healing, officials at the rescue say the injury likely happened on the Fourth of July... Read More

Suspect arrested in deadly July 3 apartment complex shooting

LAS VEGAS, NV (KLAS-TV) — Detectives have now identified 28-year-old Alvester Wilson as the suspect in a fatal shooting that occurred in the 3100 block of Soaring Gulls Drive, near Cheyenne Avenue and Rampart Boulevard, on July 3.

At approximately 3 p.m. on July 3, Las Vegas police received a report of gunfire heard in an apartment complex.

Arriving officers located an adult male lying in an apartment doorway suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim

was transported to UMC Trauma where he died on July 6.

The preliminary investigation indicates the victim answered the front door of the apartment and was shot shortly after. Through the course of the investigation, detectives identified two persons of interest that may be involved in this crime. ... Read More

WEB EXTRA: Classic car show in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – They’re oldies but goodies. A classic car show took place Wednesday in front of Las Vegas City Hall.

It’s Collector Car Appreciation Day and collectors were encouraged to bring their cars to city hall for a showing.

The show took place on Clark Street from 6:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Councilman Stavros S. Anthony recognized collector car enthusiasts... Read More

House where Manson followers murdered 2 is on the market

LOS ANGELES (AP) — One of the Los Angeles houses where followers of Charles Manson committed notorious murders in 1969 is for sale.

The home in the hilly Los Feliz district is where Leno and Rosemary LaBianca were slain the night after actress Sharon Tate and four others were murdered were murdered by Manson followers in Benedict Canyon.

Redfin listing agent Robert Giambalvo tells the Los Angeles Times the two-bedroom home is priced at $1.98 million.

The house falls outside a requirement to inform buyers if a death occurred in a property in the previous three years, but Giambalvo says he noted on the multiple listing service that it’s the LaBianca house and agents should do research before showing it.

The house has changed hands several times since 1969 and last sold in 1998... Read More

WATCH: 50th anniversary of Apollo mission featured at Discovery Children’s Museum

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Saturday marks 50 years since Apollo 11 made one giant leap for mankind and put the first humans on the moon.

The Discovery Children’s Museum in Las Vegas invites everyone to celebrate the anniversary of the moon landing this weekend.

It’s an opportunity for children to learn more about space travel and experiment with chemical reactions and learn how scientists use chemistry to send rockets into space.

The museum is located near the Smith Center at 360 Promenade Place in the downtown area... Read More

Felon fighting charges in killing of Vietnamese tour leaders

LAS VEGAS (AP) – A convicted felon facing the death penalty in the robbery-killing of two Vietnamese tour leaders at a Las Vegas Strip hotel wants a judge to throw out his criminal indictment and set him free.

Julius Trotter’s attorney, Lisa Rasmussen, is due to argue Wednesday that prosecutors withheld information that might have prevented a Clark County grand jury from indicting Trotter.

Trotter has pleaded not guilty to murder, burglary and robbery in the June 2018 stabbings of Sang Boi Nghia and Khoung Ba Le Nguyen in a room at the Circus Circus.

Nghia owned a tour business in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Nguyen was an employee.

Trotter is in prison on a separate resisting arrest conviction.

Police alleged he walked hotel hallways rattling doors to find ones that weren’t locked... Read More