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One person found dead after vehicle fire in east Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- One person was found dead after a vehicle fire in the east Las Vegas valley Sunday morning.

The Nevada Highway Patrol says it happened at East Lake Mead Boulevard and Los Feliz Street.

#TrafficAlert Vehicle Fire Lake Mead & Los Feliz St. One confirmed deceased . All travel lanes are open . PIO en route #DriveSafeNV #ZeroFatalities #NhpSocomm

— NHP Southern Command (@NHPSouthernComm) May 9, 2021

Travel lanes in the area are open, according to the agency... Read More

NHP investigates fatal crash involving wrong-way driver, tractor trailer on I-15 NB near Valley of Fire

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) is investigating a fatal crash involving a wrong-way driver and tractor trailer.

It occurred sometime Sunday morning on I-15 northbound, near the Valley of Fire.

The crash is blocking two lanes, according to RTC.

#FASTALERT 6:57 AM, May 09 2021
Crash I-15 NB After Valley of Fire Hwy
2 lanes blocked
Expect delays

— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) May 9, 2021

The agency is asking motorists to avoid the area... Read More

Police looking for suspects after deadly southeast valley shooting

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Las Vegas police are looking for multiple suspects believed to be involved in a homicide in the southeast Las Vegas valley Saturday night.

One person was shot and killed in the area of Amberleigh Lane and Mountain Vista Street just before 11 p.m. Police say shot spotter activation alerted them to the scene.

When they arrived, police found a man in a car suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

"Multiple subjects were seen running from the area shortly after the gunshots were fired. Because of that, we're asking the public to contact LVMPD's homicide section or Crime Stoppers with any information related to this crime," said LVMPD Lt. Richard Meyers.

Officials believe he was shot at by two unidentified Black men. Authorities are asking the public for help identifying the possible suspects... Read More

Palms Resort evacuated following gas leak; no injuries reported

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Las Vegas Fire & Rescue responded to the Palms Casino Resort Saturday night after receiving calls about the smell of natural gas on the 34th floor just after 7 p.m..

Once on the scene, crews made their way to the 34th and 50th floors. It was discovered a broiler on the 50th floor was the source of the odor.

Officials say the gas leak was isolated and exhaust fans were used to remove the odor.

No one was hurt, and officials say the Palms was evacuated before the fire department arrived.

A total of 42 personnel with Las Vegas Fire & Rescue responded to the call. Southwest Gas also assisted at the scene... Read More

Local shops report flower shortage ahead of Mother’s Day

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Mother’s Day is Sunday, and as COVID-19 restrictions ease, more people will be out and about to celebrate. 

But COVID-19 has caused a flower shortage, and that is impacting some plans.

It is not too late to get flowers for your mom at Miss Daisy Flowers, located off Desert Inn Road and Valley View Boulevard, but for many, they would be surprised to know that there is a flower shortage going on right now.

Owner Jessica Marshall says business has been great now that places are opening back up and more people are coming to Vegas, but even though she is getting a lot more orders, the number of flowers available are just now what it used to be.

From wedding bouquets to bridal showers to birthdays and graduation bundles, the shop has been busy, but the concern is that there are not enough flowers to go around... Read More

Nevada Child Seekers organizes search party for missing 2-year-old

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The search continues this weekend for a missing two-year-old.

Amari Nicholson has been missing since Wednesday, May 5. He was last seen near the area of Paradise Road and Twain Avenue.

A search party was held Saturday afternoon. It was organized by Nevada Child Seekers. Their goal was to find anything that leads them to two-year-old Amari.

Two -year-old Amari went missing Wednesday from Emerald Suites.

COMING UP: 2 year old Amari has been missing since Wednesday. Today his dad spoke with me and pleaded for his son’s safe return. His family says a 30 thousand dollar reward is available. More tonight @8NewsNow #8NN pic.twitter.com/iMIkIKctAV... Read More

How do I cure a hangover?

HUNTINGTON, W.V. (WOWK) -- A hangover is an unpleasant result of drinking more than your body can handle.

If you spent the night out and woke up experiencing diarrhea, fatigue, headache, nausea, and/or shaking, you may just have one. And bartenders have a few ideas on the best ways to get through it.

Ashley Skeen, a bartender with Summit Beer Station in Huntington, West Virginia, said "before you go to bed the night after you've had a few, drink a lot of water, [and] take some Advil. When you wake up, wash, rinse, repeat. Water. Advil."

Rachel Cooper, a barback for Summit Beer Station, had similar advice, but she also said, "A lot of people do Pedialyte and then get something greasy like French fries. That's usually the way to go."... Read More