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Police Seek Help in Finding Two Suspects

LAS VEGAS -- Metro homicide detectives are hoping someone can lead them to two suspects who beat a man so badly he later died.

Forty-year-old Patrick Holloway was beaten in his apartment at the 5000 block of E. Craig Rd. on June 3 around 10:45 p.m.

Police say witnesses saw two African American males around 20 t0 25 years old with slender builds were seen leaving the apartment. It's believed the suspects hang out in the neighborhood.

Anyone with information is asked to call Metro at 828-3521 or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 385-5555.

Gate Closures and Restrictions in Effect at Nellis AFB

Gate Closures and Restrictions in Effect at Nellis AFB


Green Flag Fills the Skies

Green Flag Fills the Skies

Green Flag exercises over southern Nevada will continue for the next two weeks.

People will continue to see increased military aircraft activity as the Air Force flies Green Flag West 11-8.  Missions will take place at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif., and will be flown between 2 p.m. and midnight the first week and between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. the second week during the exercise, which ends June 24.

The flight path for exercise aircraft include areas within the Las Vegas valley, to and from Nellis AFB and the NTC, near Mount Charleston, and north of Pahrump.

Conducted by the 549th Combat Training Squadron located at Nellis and the 12th Combat Training Squadron located at Fort Irwin, Green Flag West provides a realistic close-air support training environment for Airmen and Soldiers preparing to deploy in support of combat operations in Southwest Asia.

Cannery Casino Provides Teachers A Free Lunch

What you've heard about the free lunch, may not true. About 50 teachers from Jacob E. Manch Elementary School received a complimentary meal on Thursday. 

The teacher appreciation luncheon happens every year, underwritten by the Cannery Casino Hotel, to thank the teachers for supporting and enriching their young students throughout the year, and also to celebrate the beginning of summer!

While June 9 is the last day of school, many Manch Elementary teachers will continue their education during the summer. Some will take additional college credits and others will undergo standardized training on teaching the Common Core curriculum.

Before dismissing their students, teachers emphasized the importance of reading over the summer.  

Air Mission School Wraps Up Final Mission

Air Mission School Wraps Up Final Mission

The Air War Weapons School held their final mission Wednesday at Nellis Air Force Base

The exercise ended a six-month Weapons School Graduate Course at the base. The exercise gave students a chance to practice the skills they've been working on for months.
For the exercise, about 90 aircraft and about 5,000 personnel from both the Air Force and the Navy took part in a staged battle at the Nevada Test and Training Range. The exercise required bombers, transportation, command and control, refueling, fighter and surveillance aircraft to work together to accomplish the mission's goals.

"The Air Force is moving toward more ground support missions, so it is important to train thoroughly to accomplish them, as well as be prepared for any air-to-air scenarios we might face," said Maj. Kurt Helphinstine, Weapons School mission employment project officer.

Weapons School Offers Taste of Real Life Combat

LAS VEGAS - The planes are fast and furious. At night when they launch, it is an impressive sight - especially when the after-burners light up in the dark.

Behind the controls are students and instructors from the U.S. Air Force Weapons School, widely described as the premier post-graduate air training in the world.

The Mission Employment Phase going on in the sky above Nevada this week is a simulation of what to do when you're squaring off against the enemy. The skills acquired in exercises like these are critical to keeping the country safe.

"What the students are learning is absolutely critical to our nation's defense," said Nellis Air Force Base 2nd Lt. Kenneth Lustig. "The information that they learned the last six months at the weapons school is being put to the test here during this exercise, and it's going to be what they take into combat when they (fly) in the future."

Music Festival Teams with Three Local Charities

Music Festival Teams with Three Local Charities

The Electric Daisy Carnival is teaming up with three local charities to donate money from the festival back to the community.

The festival is June 24 through June 26 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The organizer of the event will give a dollar for each ticket sold and $10 for every guest list attendee to three different charities. The money will go to Clark County School Community Partnership Program which connects businesses to schools to enrich education.

Money raised will also go to the Smith Center for the Performing Arts.The center is currently under construction downtown but when finished it will be a state-of-the art home to performances big and small. It will also be a place for arts education in the valley.

A donation will also go to the Injured Police Officers Fund - Las Vegas. The fund provides support to officers hurt in the line of duty.