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Comedian Andrew Schulz brings the laughs to Las Vegas
Comedian Andrew Schulz has been featured on MTV's "Guy Code" and Hulu's "There's Johnny." Now, he's in Las Vegas performing at the Comedy Cellar at The Rio. Story: https://bit.ly/2yMABkJ
Views: 31752 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
'Get off my dog': Yorkie puppy nearly swept away by large bird
What started like any typical Friday evening quickly escalated to something much more traumatic for Cecilia Celis and her puppy Lulu. “We were inside making tacos, and we hear crying. We just hear them barking and crying, so we are like ‘oh they’re just play fighting’ and a second later, I just look outside. We see a huge bird fly up, and I yell at the bird, ‘get off my dog! Get off my dog!” Celis explains. Surveillance video from Celis’home shows her rushing outside to her two-pound Yorkie who was in the talons of a large bird, possibly a hawk. Story: https://bit.ly/2V2f1Cw
Views: 70511 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Charles Manson’s ashes used in blood painting displayed at Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.
Zak Bagans is the host of Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures", he is also a collector of some dark memorabilia and the owner of Zak Bagans Haunted Museum here in Las Vegas. Bagans opened the museum last October and they've already had more than 50,000 visitors. He says the historical mansion has a very dark history making it the perfect place to put his collectibles on display. Story: http://bit.ly/2vyA9Fb
Views: 44586 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Family of Krystal Whipple reacts to her arrest
On Friday, the FBI arrested 21-year-old Krystal Whipple in Glendale, Arizona. Whipple is accused of running over and killing Las Vegas manicurist Ngoc “Annie” Nguyen on Dec. 29, 2018. She allegedly tried to pay for a $35 manicure with a stolen credit card, but it was declined, so she took off. The whole incident caught on surveillance video quickly made its way around the world. Story: http://bit.ly/2QGQP5K
Views: 170939 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Raiders Stadium: Biggest door in city, and grass that moves
At the stadium, you can already see the outline of what, we’re guessing, will be the biggest, baddest door in the city. It will take 10 minutes to open, providing an opening 80 feet tall and 215 feet wide. It will look out on the mother of all backdrops: The Strip, providing the tens-of-thousands of fans at a Raiders or Rebels game an only-in-Las-Vegas view. Story: https://bit.ly/2OKszyR
Views: 734877 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
WATCH: Exclusive video shows jewelry store shootout
Two robbers entered John Fish Jewelers, located at 953 E. Sahara Avenue, on Dec. 29. One left in a body bag because of a quick thinking hero, a hero who braved bullets by the dozens over diamonds. It was closing time at the jewelry store when robbers storm in. Story: https://bit.ly/2YsiAUT
Views: 4981 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Pepcon disaster remembered 30 years later
The greatest accidental explosion in Nevada history rocked the Las Vegas Valley on May 4, 1988, leaving death and destruction in its wake. It's one of those days that is seared into the memory of those who were in Southern Nevada at the time. A giant ball of flame and series of explosions that destroyed companies, leveled buildings, twisted solid metal and took two lives. It happened in an isolated corner of Henderson, but everyone in the valley instantly knew something had happened. Story: http://bit.ly/2KwZwOm
Views: 12908 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Judith Hill performs 'Rise Up' at Las Vegas Raiders Groundbreaking ceremony
Judith Hill and the House of Blues Gospel Choir perform "Rise Up", honoring the 58 victims killed on 1 October in Las Vegas.
Views: 28533 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Golden Knights mascot Chance helps with the forecast
Friday is gameday for the Vegas Golden Knights, and at least one member of the team got an early start! Chance the mascot joined Wake Up with the CW on Friday to help Meteorologist Kelly Curran with the forecast! Story: https://bit.ly/2KzPdIw
Views: 6578 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Dozier Latest: Execution blocked after company objects to use of its drug
A Nevada judge effectively blocked the execution of a two-time killer Wednesday after a pharmaceutical company objected to the use of one of its drugs to put someone to death. Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez disallowed the drug in a ruling that came less than nine hours before Scott Raymond Dozier, 47, was to be executed by injection with a three-chemical combination never before tried in the U.S. State prison officials later called off the 8 p.m. execution, and a judge issued an order indefinitely postponing it. Despite the maneuvering around him, Dozier had repeatedly expressed his desire to be put to death and had stopped fighting for his life. His attorney did not immediately respond to messages for comment. Story: http://bit.ly/2L9z90X
Views: 45591 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Monte Carlo no more: Park MGM name becomes official
Park MGM signage can be seen on the former Monte Carlo Hotel in Las Vegas
Views: 9251 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
WEDNESDAY'S CHILD: Share a seat at your table with Jason and Clifford
Meet Jason and Clifford. They are brothers living the same reality. These Wednesday's Child siblings who hope their next move, will be to their forever home. Papers in hand, Jason and Clifford wrote down for me what a family would mean to them. Over and over, these brothers have had to do things that have made them afraid. The hard times all started when their mom left them when there were like 8 or 9 years old. They have had at least seven foster families. Story: http://bit.ly/2Kvuvth
Views: 5388 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Schoolhouse gang at Centennial High school targets white students, parents say
A student at Centennial High says a schoolhouse gang forced him to fight on camera, not once, or twice, but three times. "The kid throws my son on the floor and is stomping him all in the head," said Sherry, the mother of one victim who did not want to be fully identified. Sherry says the school suspended her 16-year-old son last week for a fight in the bathroom, but after looking into it she learned that the entire week he was being targeted by a gang of 15-20 black male students. Story: http://bit.ly/2HVLjgu
Views: 4124 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Boyfriend of manicurist killed by fleeing customer speaks out for first time
Sonny Chung witnessed the murder of Ngoc “Annie” Nhu Nguyen, his longtime girlfriend. “I kept screaming. I told the girl ‘stop, stop,’ but she kept going harder,” Chung said. Krystal Whipple, 21, is the woman Chung and Annie were chasing Saturday, Dec. 29, when she tried to leave Annie’s nail salon on W. Flamingo Road without paying for a $35 manicure. Story: https://bit.ly/2Foe5V0
Views: 15988 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Star Wars virtual reality opens to great fanfare in Vegas
It’s virtual reality on a whole new level. Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire has blasted in Las Vegas. The new experience by The Void and ILMxLab is unlike anything you’ve ever done, promises General Manager Kevin Reynolds. The brand new experience is open inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian and the Palazzo Las Vegas. Story: http://bit.ly/2jfa0FA
Views: 4521 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Dave Dave, whose father set him on fire in 1983, dies at 42
Dave Dave, a respected Las Vegas artist who was badly scarred as a boy when his father tried to burn him to death in Southern California, has died. He was 42. Dave, who was born David Rothenberg, died on July 15 at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas, Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said Wednesday. The cause of his death awaited results of toxicology and other tests and a police investigation, the coroner said. Story: http://bit.ly/2OHr058
Views: 5000 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Friends mark 22nd anniversary of Tupac's death by opening a new Vegas venue
22-years-ago, on September 13, 1996, Tupac Shakur died at UMC Hospital, six days after he was gunned down at the corner of Flamingo and Koval. Shakur's murder is still an open case, but his friends are remembering his legacy. One, in particular, who just moved to Las Vegas marked the date with a new venture. Story: http://bit.ly/2CVLqGy
Views: 4351 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
16-year-old dies after ATV crashes in east valley desert
A 16-year-old has died after an ATV crashed in the east valley desert Sunday night, according to authorities. The victim was Alejandro Renteria, 16, of Las Vegas. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police say the crash was reported just after 8:40 p.m. Sunday, June 24, in the desert on S. Hollywood Boulevard, north of Kodachrome Road. Story: http://bit.ly/2yKKxyp
Views: 1541 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Former NFL player Cierre Wood arrested in Las Vegas on murder charge
Former NFL and Notre Dame football player Cierre Wood was arrested in Las Vegas and is facing a murder charge. He’s accused of killing his girlfriend’s daughter, 5-year-old La’Rayah Davis. Police said the child was found unresponsive Tuesday night at a Peccole Ranch Apartment. Medical personnel transported her to Summerlin Hospital. Police said the little girl had bruises on her torso, legs, and abdomen when she was examined by doctors. Story: http://bit.ly/2X66EH4
Views: 2174 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
WEDNESDAY'S CHILD: 9-year-old Shane wants a dad who will tell him he's awesome
WEDNESDAY'S CHILD: 9-year-old Shane wants a dad who will tell him he's awesome Story: http://bit.ly/2uPJed5
Views: 2303 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
'Purple Reign' kicks off new residency with Grand Opening at Tropicana Las Vegas
On Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, Purple Reign, the world's #1 Prince tribute starring Jason Tenner, celebrated its new Las Vegas residency at Tropicana Las Vegas with a Grand Opening affair. STORY: http://news3lv.com/the-cw-las-vegas/purple-reign-re-creates-princes-blistering-performances-and-raw-energy
Views: 6717 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
FLiXBUS rolls into Las Vegas offering fares to LA as low at $2.99
It may sound too good to be true, but in this case, it’s not. There’s a new transportation mode available for people who want to get out of town and are planning to travel within the southwest. Right now, introductory fares are as low as $2.99. It’s called FLiXBUS. There are two depots in Las Vegas. One at the Downtown Transit Center. The other is at Caesars Palace. Story: http://bit.ly/2M960Tr
Views: 3593 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Las Vegas tour helicopter crashes in Grand Canyon, killing 3
Hualapai Police Department Chief Francis E. Bradley Sr. confirms that the helicopter was based out of Las Vegas. CNN reports that the helicopter belonged to Las Vegas tour company Papillion. http://bit.ly/2BPK92k
Views: 12019 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Tape Face talks(!) about America's Got Talent, performing in Las Vegas
He normally stays silent, but on Thursday he was ready to chat away! Sam Willis, better known by his stage name Tape Face, was a finalist on Season 11 of "America's Got Talent." Story: https://bit.ly/2MfmKKe
Views: 4698 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
WEDNESDAY'S CHILD: Victoria loves Disney, and wants a family that loves her
You know what I love about the kids in Clark County hoping to be adopted? They are dreamers. They've lived difficulty, yes, but in that difficulty, they've found faith, and hope, and they dream Meet 8-year-old Victoria, who dreams of many things -- especially a forever family. Story: http://bit.ly/2MbDDEu
Views: 6536 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Lady Gaga residency kicks off huge New Year's weekend in Las Vegas
It's one of the biggest weekends for Las Vegas, only compounded by a new hotly anticipated residency and a new hotel and restaurant to enjoy it in. Lady Gaga arrives Friday in the new Park MGM. One showgirl walking the strip said, “It doesn’t even look like the strip. It’s like a huge party.” Story: http://bit.ly/2BJt1c9
Views: 1239 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Lucky Dragon files for bankruptcy protection
There are no guarantees in capitalism, which is why the Lucky Dragon resort filed for Chapter 11 protection Friday. http://bit.ly/2CebjjI
Views: 3963 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
British singer Matt Goss brings the heat to Las Vegas
British singer-songwriter Matt Goss will be celebrating his 100th show at The Mirage Tuesday night. He's also going to be celebrating a big achievement the next day Wednesday, and he joined us to talk about the accolades. Story: https://bit.ly/2vNnHkT
Views: 1582 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Raiders Stadium: Despite steel snafu, it's on time, on budget
At today's meeting, we heard some of the 23,000 pieces have steel have been late arriving or arriving out-of-order. http://bit.ly/2JuVU31
Views: 1345 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Arguments continue over drugs set to be used in execution of Scott Dozier
In just eight days, the state of Nevada is set to execute a convicted killer.
Views: 41216 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Steve Wynn planning new 2,000-room hotel across the Strip from Wynn and Encore
Casino mogul Steve Wynn is about to make his presence on the Las Vegas Strip even bigger. STORY: http://news3lv.com/news/local/wynn-wants-new-hotel-across-vegas-strip-from-his-2-towers
Views: 2052 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
No longer under-the-radar: Resorts World is underway
It is not exactly the hottest ticket on the Strip yet, but on this hot Strip on a Wednesday, Paul Smith, walking with a buddy, says it's close. “I'm from Upstate New York, and that is -- you don't see nothing like this around my house, I'll tell you that right now,” Smith told me as we both sweltered in triple-digits looking at cranes lift, bulldozers move, and a construction site under full steam. He's looking across the street, watching 800 workers put up Las Vegas' next megaresort, the first built from the ground up in a decade. The $4 billion Resorts World Las Vegas will have 3,000 rooms. Story: http://bit.ly/2OiqPhq
Views: 1359 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Former 'Hells Angels' leader takes outlaw story on the road
“Hells Angels” is a name that incites both fear and curiosity but for George Christie, it consumed a major part of his life. “Being a member of any outlaw bike club hold a lot of sway,” said Christie, who describes himself as a man with few regrets. Story: http://bit.ly/2IjC1Gp
Views: 2076 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Supercross' Monster Energy Cup returns to Las Vegas
The Monster Energy Cup is back in Las Vegas! Four-time Supercross champion Ryan Vilopoto joined us Thursday to talk about the upcoming race, and how he stays involved in the sport. Story: https://bit.ly/2CEko5K
Views: 2345 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
WEDNESDAY'S CHILD: Peter needs a home that will make him their purpose
How big is your heart? Do you feel you have a purpose in your life? Those are the big questions I want you to consider as I introduce you to a young man whose life demands big hearts, and someone who wants a purpose. Story: https://bit.ly/2BcrScV
Views: 2173 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Locals love the Vegas Golden Knights for a variety of reasons
No question, the Vegas Golden Knights have done amazing things on the ice, but the fact is fans love them for a variety of reasons. "I mean they're really just behind the town, and trying to bring everyone together, rally everyone together,” commented one fan who was buying Knights gear at City National Arena. Just as the town has welcomed the team, the team has also embraced the town. Story: http://bit.ly/2Gl2GSE
Views: 6813 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Family pleads for help in finding missing 15-year-old daughter
Nine days have passed since the last time a 15-year-old Bonanza High student was seen. The family of Molly Reyes has tried finding their daughter. STORY: https://bit.ly/2ISo6fp
Views: 1844 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Nevada switches drug to be used in 1st execution since 2006
One sedative will be substituted for another, and prison officials said Tuesday they plan to use two other drugs never before used in executions in any state for Nevada’s first lethal injection in 12 years. The drugs include a powerful synthetic opioid that has been blamed for overdoses nationwide. A revised and redacted death penalty protocol for the scheduled July 11 execution of Scott Raymond Dozier calls for injecting midazolam to sedate him, then the opioid fentanyl to slow and perhaps stop his breathing followed by a muscle paralyzing drug called cisatracurium. Dozier, 47, is a twice-convicted murderer who has been on death row since 2007. Story: http://bit.ly/2zjng7h
Views: 10463 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
'Super Fan' meets her favorite Golden Knight
Kathleen Craner, a big fan of the Vegas Golden Knights, shares her feelings with News 3. "I love watching them through the glass," she says. "They are right there." STORY: https://bit.ly/2K7gr9a
Views: 2012 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Dana Wagner cures Kelly Curran's hiccups live on air
When we do the weather, we want to make sure nothing gets in the way of doing it properly. http://www.news3lv.com/content/news/story/Dana-Wagner-successfully-cures-Kelly-Currans/c01SuILdsE-f6s8kEIjNzQ.cspx
Views: 12147 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Terry Fator celebrates 9 years of performing in Las Vegas
Terry Fator just celebrated nine years of performing at The Mirage in Las Vegas! He joined us in studio Thursday to talk about the milestone and a new character -- one who looks like he's had a hard day's night. Story: https://bit.ly/2IdpNiD
Views: 1488 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
RTC bus driver performs random act of kindness for 92-year-old man
It was a random act of kindness that almost went unnoticed -- the good-deed-doer thought no one was looking. But someone was. For the last five years, Mike Blair has been a bus driver for the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada. Blair is contracted by Keolis. Story: http://bit.ly/2O16a0c
Views: 9389 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Judge Frank Caprio brings compassion to courtroom TV
With the country divided on several issues, a new face on television is using a special brand of compassion. Judge Frank Caprio of Rhode Island is the star of the courtroom TV series "Caught in Providence." Story: https://bit.ly/2zFn0fE
Views: 1124 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
Raiders, builder exceeding numbers on stadium outreach
Under the legislation that made the stadium possible, 15 percent of the work is supposed to go to small businesses. On Monday, we learned that they've exceeded that number. http://bit.ly/2K7xmt4
Views: 1142 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Porch pirate steals local teen's chemotherapy medication
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating a suspect who swiped two packages from a porch on Thursday, Feb. 7. Stacy Shavinsky, the homeowner, says the packages contained her 14-year-old son’s chemotherapy medication. The Shavinsky’s house is on the 1700 block of Mill Canyon Drive, near Rampart Boulevard and Vegas Drive, and Stacy just can’t understand why anyone would do this to her son, whose name is Gage and is suffering from a form of cancer that attacks his organs. Story: https://bit.ly/2SwD27K
Views: 7064 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas
WEDNESDAY'S CHILD | Meet Victoria. 'I want to be loved, I deserve it'
Picture a big family around a table. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. And good food. Italian food. The experience of family around a table is a reality for a lot of us. But for my friend Victoria, it's been table for one for far too long. 15-year-old Victoria is this week's Wednesday's Child looking for a forever home, hoping you'll make room for her at your table. Story: http://bit.ly/2uN7bEv
Views: 1375 KSNV News 3 Las Vegas

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