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Construction starts along Lake Mead Boulevard

Construction starts along Lake Mead Boulevard

Construction has started on Lake Mead Boulevard between Hills Center Drive and Rancho Drive and will continue for the next 18 weeks.

A minimum of two lanes in each direction will be kept open during peak traffic hours in the morning and the afternoon. However, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., traffic may be restricted to one lane in each direction.

Crews will be installing traffic signal conduits, removing and reconstructing deteriorated areas of pavement, median island changes, pavement improvements and roadway striping.

The work hours will generally be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Drivers should use Cheyenne Avenue and Summerlin Parkway as alternative routes.

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Victim's family vows to face accused intoxicated driver

LAS VEGAS - The family of a man who died on the Summerlin Parkway ramp last week is vowing to face the man accused of killing him.

Thirty-eight-year-old Kadar Lee Brown of Las Vegas was changing a tire on the side of the road March 17, when Nevada Highway Patrol says an intoxicated driver hit him.

Nevada Highway Patrol arrested 22-year-old Gary Richard Adair, Jr. for DUI - drugs with death, failure to drive in a travel lane, expired license plates, altered plates and no proof of insurance.

The crash happened at approximately 5:30 p.m. on the U.S. 95 southbound ramp to Summerlin Parkway.

Brown's family is now raising money to pay for his funeral.

Close friends said Brown lived for driving and fixing his Ford Mustang, spending time with his beloved dogs and helping his loved ones.

Light pole broken in Summerlin roll-over accident Thursday morning

The driver was not seriously hurt.

A Thursday morning roll-over accident caused a light pole to fall and land in the street in west Summerlin.

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Man indicted for home invasion and sexual assault

Sean Paul Cordeiro

LAS VEGAS -- A man who was arrested Feb. 27 after a long standoff with Metro Police at a northwest valley home was indicted by a Clark County grand jury on a long list of charges, including sexual assault, home invasion, attempted murder and burglary.

Bail was set for Sean Paul Cordeiro at $750,000. According to prosecutors, Cordeiro broke into a home, near Lake Mead Boulevard and Buffalo Drive, and held a woman and her three children hostage. They also say he assaulted the woman and threatened the children.

The woman and children were able to get out of the house with the help Metro SWAT. Police eventually broke into the house and found Cordeiro hiding in the laundry room.

He remains in custody at the Clark County Detention Center and is scheduled to appear in court March 27.

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Driver arrested for DUI in deadly U.S. 95 crash

LAS VEGAS -- The man involved in a deadly crash on U.S. 95 at Summerlin Parkway Monday night is under arrest on charges of driving under the influence.

Nevada Highway Patrol arrested 22-year-old Gary Richard Adair, Jr. for DUI - drugs with death , failure to drive in a travel lane, expired license plates, altered plates, and no proof of insurance.

The crash happened at approximately 5:30 p.m. Monday night on the U.S. 95 southbound ramp to Summerlin Parkway.

The victim, 38-year-old Kadar Lee Brown of Las Vegas, was changing a tire on the side of the road, when Adair hit him, troopers said.

NHP first reported Adair had a diabetic episode prior to the crash, which troopers initially say caused the accident.

Las Vegas Unlikely to Help Fund Proposed 51s Ballpark in Summerlin

Las Vegas Unlikely to Help Fund Proposed 51s Ballpark in Summerlin

Plans are in place to build a new baseball field in Summerlin for the Las Vegas 51s, but getting public dollars from Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman may not get very far. 

Lobbying Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman for public dollars to build a new 51s ballpark next to the Red Rock Resort in Summerlin will likely be a strikeout.

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Honey Salt Gets Homey with Farm Table Dinners

A popular Summerlin-area eatery is adding a new way to eat and enjoy locally sourced food.

Immaculately prepared farm-fresh ingredients plus family-style service? Sounds like a winner.

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