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Coroner Releases ID's for 4 Victims

LAS VEGAS -- The Clark County Coroner's Office has released identities on four different individuals.

According to the coroner, the 24-year-old man shot to death Friday night in the 6900 block of Hopkins Drive has been identified as Exavian Jones of Las Vegas.

The coroner has also identified the man and young child who drowned at Six Mile Cove in Searchlight on Sunday morning. They are identified as 36-year-old Pablo Hernandez Cortez and 2-year-old Angel Gabriel Hernandez, both of North Las Vegas. Their relationship to each other is not known at this time. 

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Police, Church Look to Stem Northeast Valley Violence

LAS VEGAS -- Members of faith-based organizations and the Metro Police department are hosting two events this weekend in an effort to curb the violence in the northeast portion of the Las Vegas valley.

Starting at 7 a.m. Saturday, members of the Grace Baptist Church and police officers will meet on the southeast corner of the intersection of Lake Mead and Hollywood boulevards.

From there, they will walk to the nearby Sierra Sunrise area for a neighborhood beautification project.

Male Dead After Shot in Chest

The church members and officers are expected to continue the following weekend, meeting 7 a.m. Saturday at Carey Avenue and Los Feliz Street.

The second event scheduled for the evening of July 7 is an event called "Safe Valley Initiative," led by Pastor Troy Martinez.

Male Dies After Late Night Shooting

LAS VEGAS -- A male has died after being shot in the chest about 9:40 p.m. Thursday in northeast Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Metro Police said officers responding to a 911 call found a male and female suffering from gunshot wounds in the 6900 block of Hopkins Drive, near Carey Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.

The male was taken to University Medical Center's trauma center where he died a few hours later. The female was treated at the scene for minor injuries.

The shooting may have stemmed from an altercation between two groups in the neighborhood, police said. The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made in the shooting.

The Clark County Coroner's Office has not yet released the name of the male who died.

2 Shot in Northeast Valley

LAS VEGAS -- One person is dead following a double shooting Thursday night.

 Two people were shot in the 6900 block of Hopkins Drive, near Carey Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard, according to Metro.

A male who was shot in the chest died after he was transported to UMC Trauma.

A female was also shot in the arm, her injuries are minor.

A green SUV with six suspects is being sought.


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Animal Shelters Flooded with Lost Pets

Animal Shelters Flooded with Lost Pets

The day after the Fourth of July is always the busiest day of the year for animal shelters.

At the Animal Foundation on Mojave and Bonanza Roads, they are dealing with an influx of pets, many of them dogs. The animals are frightened by fireworks and run. The shelter says it took in 115 dogs on July 3. The normal number is 60. Just 20 of those animals were reunited with their owners. There is no word yet on how many animals it took in Wednesday or Thursday.

The shelter says the jump in lost animals around the Fourth of July is a reminder for everyone to make sure pets have proper identification.

"The single most effective thing is for us to identify them and we cannot do that if they do not have a tag or a microchip or both.  A tag is the first line of defense. They can lose those especially when they are in a panic situation, but it literally is the most effective way to get a dog back,” Andy Bischel with the Animal Foundation said.

CSN Announces New Theater Season

CSN Announces New Theater Season

The season runs from October through July 2013.

The comedy "Art," by French playwright Yasmina Reza, kicks off the 2012-13 theater season at the College of Southern Nevada, 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave., Oct. 12-21.

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Las Vegas Family Warns of Fireworks Dangers

LAS VEGAS -- The Fourth of July brings a sad reminder to one valley family of what can happen when illegal fireworks are used.

Twenty-two-year-old Kacey Barlow was killed two years ago when a cannon overstuffed with gunpowder exploded.

Louis and Pam Barlow celebrate the Fourth of July differently than they once did. For the past few years, the holiday has been a solemn one as they honor their son.

"It's like a nightmare played over and over again," Louis Barlow said.

The family set up a memorial to remember their only son, Kacey. It's a reminder of what can happen when people are not careful with explosives.