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Governor Sisolak promotes flu shots for Nevada residents

LAS VEGAS (KLAS)-- Gov. Steve Sisolak promoted flu shots for Nevada residents by getting his annual flu shot Thursday in Las Vegas.

“It’s officially flu season and right now is the time to get vaccinated against flu,” said Governor Sisolak. “Get your vaccine before the risk of exposure is high and there are cases of flu in your workplace, at your school, or in your friend group.” 

The governor got his shot at the Smith's Food and Drug Store in East Las Vegas. ... Read More

Fumo to challenge Wolfson for Clark County District Attorney seat

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Former Nevada Assemblyman Ozzie Fumo is running for Clark County District Attorney, making it official after he said in August he was considering running for the office.

He will challenge Clark County DA Steve Wolfson, who has already indicated his intention to run for re-election.

“The District Attorney’s office is a position from which enormous change can be made. If elected, it will be my goal to make Clark County a safer, healthier, and more just place for our entire community,” Fumo said.

"There are no quick fixes when it comes to justice," he said, "but we can immediately implement policies that prioritize getting the most dangerous offenders off our streets and working to find alternative solutions for non-violent and non-repeat offenders, offering restorative pathways back into society while digging out the root causes of crime and harm and ending vicious, multigenerational cycles.”... Read More

Realtor accused of burning houses down in small town south of Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- A 48-year-old Realtor is being held on $20,000 bond on a first-degree arson charge, accused of burning down his own house and his brother's house on Saturday, according to a Metro police arrest report.

Julian Werly was arrested at his home just west of Nelson off SR 165. Nelson is west of U.S. Highway 95 between Boulder City and Searchlight.

Werly's brother, Gabriel, called police Saturday at about 2:30 p.m. after Werly told him he had set his house on fire. Julian Werly was under the influence of a controlled substance at the time, according to his brother.

Julian Werly also made statements threatening to shoot at police so they would shoot at him, his brother said.

Police searched for him at his home, but couldn't find him... Read More

New body camera video released in Tuesday's officer-involved shooting

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Las Vegas police held a presser where they provided more details on a police-involved shooting on Tuesday. A metro officer shot & killed a man who police say kidnapped his ex-girlfriend and held her at gunpoint.

Police received a call at approximately 9:33 a.m., for a domestic disturbance inside an apartment building in the 5600 block of East Lake Mead Boulevard.

Arriving officers determined 43-year-old Mario Martinez, broke into his ex-girlfriend’s residence and forcibly removed her while threatening her with a handgun. Martinez attempted to leave in the female victim’s vehicle, however, it had a dead battery. Martinez then forced the victim to walk with him... Read More

Construction set to begin on Majestic Las Vegas hotel in early 2022

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The groundbreaking for the new Majestic hotel, which was already supposed to be under construction, will take place in early 2022, according to the hotel's website.

The $850 million off-Strip property will be on Convention Center Drive, across from the newly expanded convention center. Developer Lorenzo Doumani bought the Clarion Hotel back in 2014 and tore it down nin months later. He had planned to begin construction on the Majestic in the summer of 2021.

Even with a later construction start date, the hotel's website says it plans to have the project completed by the end of 2024.

The 720-room hotel will be non-gaming and non-smoking and will have a medical wellness spa. It will also offer 35 corporate suites on the tower's top 10 floors. The suites will be offered for sale starting at $10 million... Read More

NEW: 45 deaths in Nevada, but COVID-19 cases and test positivity continue to fall

Below is the full COVID-19 report for Oct. 13.

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Nevada reports 45 deaths, pushing the total over the seven days to more than 160 people, according to data released today. Clark County reported 29 deaths today.

COVID-19 cases were down slightly statewide, with 625 reported statewide and 411 in Clark County.

And test positivity dropped, falling from 8.1% to 7.9% statewide, and from 7.0% to 6.9% in Clark County.

Cases have shifted away from Clark County over the past month of the current COVID-19 spike, but the mask mandate has remained in place statewide. The state is following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on the mask rule. The mandate will remain in place in each county until the following conditions are met:... Read More

Vice President Kamala Harris will be in Las Vegas Monday

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Vice President Harris will travel to Las Vegas on Monday, October 18. According to the White House announcement, additional details related to the visit will follow... Read More