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Back to hot and dry today

It's back to sunshine and hotter temps today after missing out on Monday's rain. We will stay hot and dry for now, plus add strong gusty winds back into the mix tomorrow. That will increase the fire weather concerns again across southern Nevada and areas nearby. Sherry's most accurate #WeatherNOW forecast has details on the wind speeds you need to plan for and the big drop in temperatures coming before the weekend... Read More

Zouk Group unveils lineup for Ayu Dayclub, Zouk Nightclub at Resorts World Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Resorts World Las Vegas and Zouk Group have released its lineup of performers set to take the stage at the resort's Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub.

They will be joining previously announced resident DJs Zedd and Tiësto, who will be performing throughout the year.

Headlining artists include:

  • Becky G
  • DJ Snake
  • Madison Beer

In addition, there will be a rotating roster of special event performances by the following featured artists: ... Read More

Zero Fatalities urging safety on the roads with increase in motorcycle deaths

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Motorcycle fatalities are up 30% this year across Nevada.

Governor Sisolak declared May as "Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month," and with road trip season right around the corner, the state's Zero Fatalities program is urging traffic safety.

The group is working to prevent motorcycle deaths on the roadways through the second phase of its "Save Yourself" campaign.

Harley Davidson's motorcycle safety course has classes available for new and experienced riders... Read More

Terrell Rhodes, accused of killing 2-year-old boy, due in court Tuesday

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Terrell Rhodes is due to appear in court Tuesday morning on the new charges he is facing.

Rhodes, who is already facing a murder charge, in the death of 2-year-old Amari Nicholson, is also facing four new charges of resisting a public officer with a firearm and four charges of assault on a protected person with a deadly weapon.

According to his arrest report, during an interview with police after his arrest he lunged at a detective and grabbed the gun from her holster. Police struggled with Rhodes and disarmed him.

Rhodes is accused of killing Nicholson after the boy soiled himself.

Rhodes is currently being held without bail... Read More

I-Team: 2-year-old girl drowns in backyard pool; mother blames door, gate issues in lawsuit

HENDERSON, Nev. (KLAS) -- A 2-year-old girl drowned after getting into a pool unattended, and now her mother is suing, saying her death could have been prevented if a door and a pool gate had been fixed.

Nevaeh Board was staying at her father’s home, which he rented, when she drowned in the pool on January 31, 2020, a lawsuit filed in district court said.

“The last thing I said to my daughter was, and I had her repeat it, 'I am beautiful the way I am.’” Nevaeh’s mother, Anjelica Jones, told the I-Team.

Jones had dropped her daughter off at her father’s house and said goodbye, just like any other time the toddler was in his care.

“I didn't get to really hug her the way I wanted to,” Jones lamented. “She gave me a quick hug and ran off with her dad.”

According to the lawsuit, Nevaeh went down for a nap at 11 a.m. Less than an hour later at 11:40, a family member noticed the back door was open... Read More

Only on 8: Woman recounts terrifying moment truck crashed into her apartment

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Francine McHugh has been a resident of Sunrise Gardens senior living near Valley View and Sahara for three years. This past Saturday, she almost lost her life when a white pick-up truck rammed into her apartment.

"I was sitting at the table, per usual. What made me move, I do not know," McHugh shared. "By the time I reached the doorknob, the big boom went, and everything came at me."

Before the incident, the driver of the truck allegedly hit a man that was crossing the street. Metro describes it as an attempted homicide. The driver then sped off, landing right into McHugh’s living room. 

"I've never seen so much glass in my life, and it was so scary,” she recounted. “I was trapped, and I could not get out. I couldn't move, and I don't walk.”

Luckily, McHugh made it to the door and squeezed herself out. Her neighbor, Nancy Vasquez, recalls hearing a loud noise, followed by screaming... Read More

As businesses adjust to mask requirements, can they ask for proof of vaccination?

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Valley businesses have tough decisions to make about mask requirements and proof of COVID-19 vaccinations.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks in most settings. Following that guidance, many businesses across Las Vegas are tossing mask requirements out the window.

But a big question remains whether they can ask customers for proof of vaccination.

"Most people are not wearing masks when they come in," said JJ Wylie, co-owner of Grouchy John's Coffee.

The coffee shop just made masks optional for customers. Wylie says this is because some patrons were picking fights with employees over the weekend, and they want to avoid any future arguments.

"We can't feasibly ask every customer what their vaccination status is, so it's kind of an honor system that we're relying on," he explained... Read More