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Nevada ranks No.10 in US for juvenile arrests for stealing

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A new study of juvenile delinquency shows Nevada with the 10th-highest rate of arrests for stealing.

Using 2017 information, the most recent available for the nationwide comparisons, the study used data on robbery and larceny arrests for youth from 10- to 17-years-old. Maryland had the highest rate, calculated by arrests per 100,000 youths and scored by state.

Data for Nevada indicates 116 arrests for robbery and 421 arrests for larceny per 100,000 youths in 2017. The ratio of robbery arrests to total arrests is notably higher for Nevada than most states. Larceny is the more common crime by a wide margin in most other states, but Maryland and Nevada both had a high percentage of robbery arrests.

Frontpoint Security released the survey. Read the entire survey here... Read More

MSG Sphere at The Venetian to cost more than $1.2 billion

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The latest estimates on the planned spherical entertainment venue on the Las Vegas Strip are between $1.2 and $1.7 billion. Those numbers are from company and project officials and were disclosed Tuesday during quarterly company earnings.

The MSG Sphere could cost more than four times the $375 million it took to build T-Mobile Arena, which opened in 2016.

MSG Sphere is set to open in 2021 with a huge wrap-around LED screen and immersive audience experience technology. The 18,000 seat arena is a partnership between MSG and Las Vegas Sands... Read More

Texas man dishes on hilarious Fantasy Football last place punishment

FORT WORTH, Texas (KLAS) – This is one hilarious punishment for losing fantasy football.

A massive billboard featuring Eric B. overlooks the roadway stating, “I suck at Fantasy Football. Last place LOSER 2018.” It also implores passerby to send advice.

CBS 11 spoke with Eric B. who said no one thinks they’ll be “that guy.” He also revealed he had to design it as part of his punishment.

Hopefully, this year will be a bit better for Eric. Good
luck! ... Read More

Police search for man accused of assaulting restaurant patrons with eggs

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Metro Police are searching for the man accused of using a few eggs to break the law. Surveillance video captured a man outside a restaurant throwing eggs at the building and the people enjoying their meal on the patio.

The incident happened at a Mountains Edge business, that police are not naming. A motive for why the suspect would want to assault the patrons is also unknown. ... Read More

Clark County to penalize short-term rental violators

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Clark County commissioners approved an ordinance that will add fines to a homeowner’s property tax bill if they violate the ban on short-term rentals.

Short-term rentals are illegal in unincorporated Clark County. They are identified as any property rented out for less than 30 days. The fine under the new law will be $1,000 a day and will be added directly to the yearly tax bill. In the past, the fine was a civil penalty and a lien was placed on the property but that lien could remain for years without the owner paying the fine.

Also in the past, there was also a rehabilitation plan that allowed violators to send a plan to the county on how they would close their operation. That caused delays and is no longer allowed. Now, violators will be given a dated notice to cease operations... Read More

UPDATE: man killed in officer-involved shooting identified

LAUGHLIN, Nev. (KLAS) — The man who was killed in the officer-involved shooting on Monday in Laughlin has been identified as 69-year-old Michael Lopez of Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Lopez was killed after a seven-hour standoff between him and police. Police say he attempted to rob two casinos in the area before firing a shot at a security officer who was working at the Aquarius Hotel. Lopez then got into a car and stayed there through negotiations that lasted for several hours.

Police say Lopez was killed after reaching for a gun inside his car and then running toward officers as he pointed the gun at them.

According to Metro, 52-year-old Cory Mikkelson and 42-year-old John Susich were the officers involved in the shooting. This was the 13th officer involved shooting of the year... Read More

Notre Dame repairs resume, interactive shows affected areas

PARIS (AP) — Specialists shoring up fire-damaged Notre Dame Cathedral returned Monday to the Paris site for the first time in nearly a month, this time wearing disposable underwear and other protective gear after a delay prompted by fears of lead contamination.

A new interactive gives a 3D view of the cathedral and the sections affected by the April 2018 blaze. Click the arrows to proceed through the views, or click and drag within the illustration:

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Meanwhile, cleanup teams swept, sprayed and vacuumed neighboring streets Monday to scrub away any lead left over from the April blaze that decimated Notre Dame’s roof and toppled its spire. Toxic dust spewed into the air as hundreds of tons of lead melted in the fire... Read More