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Report: Man accused of deadly crash smoked marijuana that day
LAS VEGAS - The man who police say caused a crash last week that left three pedestrians dead and involved 12 cars told police he smoked marijuana that day, according to his arrest report. Daniel Becker, 31, had also surrendered his drivers license in September 2017 following an accident. His license
Breaking: homicide investigation near Pecos & Tropicana
LAS VEGAS - Metro is investigating a homicide near Pecos & Tropicana early Monday morning. Police say a man was found shot near 3500 Villa Knolls Drive. The victim later died at the hospital. No word yet on a motive or suspect in the case.
Amtrak Derailed Outside Tacoma, Washington
It was the first day Amtrak traveled the new route outside Tacoma, Washington with 78 passengers and five crew members. The southbound Amtrak Train 501 of Amtrak's Cascades service from Seattle to Portland was traveling 70 mph passed the city of Dupont when it derailed at 7:40 a.m. PT. Passenger Chr
Trump Administration Censors CDC?
The Trump Administration has been accused of censoring the CDC by prohibiting the use of seven words and phrases from documentation being prepared for the 2019 budget, according to The Washington Post. Policy analysts for the CDC were given the list on Oct. 14, 2017, during a meeting with senior off
Vegas Golden Knights Player William Karlsson at "Mystre" by Cirque du Soleil
Vegas Golden Knights player William Karlsson stands alongside his parents during a meet-and-greet with Mystre artists Attending the critically acclaimed production with his parents, Karlsson treated them to a quick meet-and-greet with a few of the talented artists from Mystre before the show began.
Man killed in Las Vegas shooting
Las Vegas Metro police said they are investigating a deadly shooting on Monday. Officers responded to the 3500 block of Villa Knolls North Drive, near Tropicana Avenue and Pecos Road at 12:48 a.m. According to police, several people heard gunshots at about 12:30 a.m. but nobody called the police.
Motorcyclist is in critical condition after Las Vegas crash
Published Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017 | 9 a.m. Updated 6 minutes ago LAS VEGAS (AP) - Police in Las Vegas say a motorcyclist is in critical condition after crashing into a parked car. Metropolitan Police Department officers responded about 4 p.m. Saturday to reports of the crash near Tropicana Avenue and
Police looking for child who fired shotgun in south Las Vegas
Las Vegas police are searching for a child who fired a shotgun at a group of people Sunday night in the south valley. (Las Vegas Review-Journal) Las Vegas police are searching for a child who fired a shotgun at a group of people Sunday night in the south valley. The shooting was reported about 11:30
OSP stop near Redmond finds drugs; driver arrested
Jeffrey Heiner of Boise arrested on drug, other charges after OSP traffic stop on Hwy. 97 near Redmond Saturday night (Photos: OSP, Deschutes County Jail) REDMOND, Ore. - An Oregon State Police traffic stop on Highway 97 near Redmond Saturday night led to the discovery of more than 40 pounds of mari
Redmond man charged in tree Christmas tree lot hit-and-run
REDMOND, Ore. - A Grinch in Redmond nearly ruined Christmas for one Central Oregon man, but he said Friday he's not giving up and still will be selling Christmas trees, despite an alleged DUII driver's crash into his tree lot. Joshua Friend sells Christmas trees to make some extra money for his fami
Fuel spill cleanup continues; Hwy. 22E still closed
IDANHA, Ore. - Agencies working to clean up the site of a deadly fuel tanker crash on state Highway 22E near Idanha that spilled gasoline into the North Santiam River focused their efforts Sunday on removing contaminated soil along the riverbanks, sampling water intakes downstream and monitoring air
Fuel spills into river after truck crashes
IDANHA, Ore. - Officials in western Oregon say 11,600 gallons of fuel spilled with an unknown amount entering the North Santiam River and a truck driver died after the tanker truck overturned and caught fire. Oregon State Police say the crash on Oregon Route 22 Friday near Idanha occurred when the d
Teacher buys every student a present
Hawthorne Elementary 4th-grade teacher Eric Cook wanted to make sure his students were well-treated this Christmas. After a plea on Facebook, he has raised enough money to buy a present for every 3rd and 4th-grad student in the school. Hawthorne Elementary 4th-grade teacher Eric Cook wanted to make
Fire destroys Metolius mobile home
METOLIUS, Ore. - A mobile home was destroyed by fire in Metolius Sunday evening, but residents escaped unhurt and were able to save some personal items, officials said. Jefferson County Fire District No. crews were dispatched around 7:20 p.m. to the fire in the 200 block of Adams Avenue, Captain Kas
Final Release Date Announced for the Reebok CrossFit Nano 8
New shoes continue to drop as we progress into the holiday season. Earlier today, Reebok officially announced the final release dates and details for the Reebok CrossFit Nano 8. This release is coming roughly eleven months after the Nano 7, which made its way to the market in early January 2017. The
Deschutes County names new budget committee member
BEND, Ore. - Deschutes County commissioners have appointed Bill Anderson to serve on the county's budget committee. Anderson, a Bend resident, will serve as one of the committee's three citizen members. The budget committee, which includes the Board of County Commissioners, reviews the County's prop
Voters East Of Nashville Head To Polls To Replace GOP State Senator
State Rep. Mark Pody is a longtime ally of state Sen. Mae Beavers, who resigned recently to run for governor. WPLN (File photo) Voters east of Nashville will decide tomorrow, who's going to replace state Senator Mae Beavers. Republican state Rep. Mark Pody faces Democrat Mary Alice Carfi, an attorne
Nashville Philharmonic Reaches New Audiences By Taking Classical Music out of the Concert Hall
Photo courtesy Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra When the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra performs this Tuesday night, it will be for their biggest audience of the year. For the past six years, the orchestra has held annual concerts at Casa de Dios, a Hispanic church in East Nashville with over 2000
44-year-old man injured in officer-involved shooting in Tullahoma
(Photo: WKRN) TULLAHOMA, Tenn. (WKRN) - A 44-year-old man was injured in an officer-involved shooting in Tullahoma Sunday afternoon. It happened after an officer encountered the man, identified as William Moon, in the 800 block of East Moore Street. For reasons still under investigation, the situa
Who Is the 'We' in the Affordable Housing Discussion?
Y'all should go read David Plazas' concluding article in The Tennessean's series on Nashville's affordable housing crisis. It's really great and incisive. Spoiler alert: he doesn't come to any easy conclusions, which strikes me as the hard, but correct truth. One thing that struck me as I was readin