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Las Vegas police unveils new helicopter28s

Las Vegas police unveils new helicopter

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has a brand new helicopter. The tail number for the chopper is N145DV, which was chosen to honor Officer Dave VanBuskirk.

KTNV
Published: August 16, 2017
Memorial for woman killed in Charlottesville2m18s

Memorial for woman killed in Charlottesville

The death of Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old who was killed while protesting a white supremacist march in Charlottesville, affected one man so deeply that it changed his stance on the Confederate monument at the heart of the controversy. "I love history, but now I've had a change of heart," he said. "As far as I'm concerned, that statue's got to go. That little lady didn't bother nobody."

WCPO
Published: August 16, 2017
The World's 3 Highest-Paid Authors of 20172m00s

The World's 3 Highest-Paid Authors of 2017

Most of us like to read and even if you don't usually bestselling books end up in the box office for our viewing pleasure. Apparently it's big business that translates to big bucks for these writers, so on today's Buzz List Teresa Strasser has the world’s richest authors.

Fugitive pulls gun at own mother's funeral55s

Fugitive pulls gun at own mother's funeral

The District Attorney's office is asking for your help finding a man accused of pulling a gun inside a church during his mother's funeral. 62-year-old Claudie Childeres Jr. is wanted on charges of Assault with a Deadly Weapon and the Possesion of a Firearm by a Prohibited Person.

KTNV
Published: August 16, 2017
City Council voting on downtown parking study2m28s

City Council voting on downtown parking study

The City Council is set to vote Wednesday evening to accept or deny $50,000 from the Kern Council of Government to pay for the study. If the council agrees to accept the money, the study would review the existing parking policies and infrastructure in the downtown area. It would also identify opportunities that may exist to improve parking arrangements. "We believe that it's important for us to take a comprehensive look at the current status of our parking problem," said Ward 2 Council member Andrae Gonzales. Council member Gonzales said recently the City Council adopted a new goal to grow the downtown area from 5,000 residents to 10,000 residents by 2030. "This study is really important because we need to look at how are we going to meet those parking demands given the housing goals we have for downtown and also all of the needs that people have in terms of promoting their business and serving their customers," he said.

KERO
Published: August 16, 2017