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Fire crews battle blaze at warehouse in east valley

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Firefighters from three different departments battled a fire early Friday morning at a warehouse on Pecos Road, south of Stewart Avenue.

Fire crews are still on the scene and monitoring hot spots.

The fire was reported just before 4 a.m. after a passerby and a Metro police officer saw smoke coming from the front building, according to Tim Szymanski with Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.

He said the warehouse appears to have businesses inside, including an electrical liquidation company... Read More

'I was mid-flight when she canceled': Fan shares disappointment after Adele announces last-minute residency postponement

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- After Adele announced the postponement of her Caesar's Palace residency Thursday, fans shared their disappointment over the last-minute change. 

"I was mid-flight when she canceled," Jana Rhyu, who traveled from Portland to Las Vegas, told 8 News Now. 

Since the news came just about 24 hours before Adele's first performance was scheduled for Friday, Rhyu was just one of many who had to change plans or cut travel losses. 

According to Rhyu, it was too late for her to turn around, so she's still spending the weekend on The Strip. 

"I'm not super happy about it," Rhyu explained. "But is it really that unexpected?"

In an emotional video released to social media Thursday, Adele apologized to fans.

"I'm really, really sorry, I'm really sorry," the singer said. "I'm gutted, I'm so sorry it's so last minute."... Read More

Local restaurants struggle amid supply chain shortage

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Supply shortages could be forcing your favorite restaurant to change its menu. Some eateries are scrambling for substitute items, while others are marking dishes as unavailable.

Las Vegas has such an enormous food scene that it's hard to imagine seeing many menu items unavailable, but restaurants like Lola's authentic cajun restaurant in Summerlin are still trying to do everything they can to keep their customers happy. Their kitchen staff is finding their way around not being able to use their key ingredients.

"I dream a lot of things but this is not one of them that I would have ever put together," said Lola's owner Lola Pokorny... Read More

Denny's to open new location in North Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The long-time favorite diner Denny's will be opening its newest location in North Las Vegas on Saturday.

The new Denny's is located on 2310 E Lake Mead Blvd, and will celebrate its grand opening by awarding the first 100 guests who dine in the restaurant, free coffee for a month.

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Denny's will also offer exclusive deals starting Saturday and through Wednesday on some of their popular menu items with prices as low as $2.99, $4.99, and $6.99 .

A ribbon-cutting will be attended by North Las Vegas Councilman Isaac Barron, North Las Vegas Councilwoman Pamela Goynes-Brown, and President of the Latin Chamber of Commerce Peter Guzman... Read More

'Pay didn't go up, but rent did:' Rental prices rising in the valley

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- From food to basic necessities, everything is beginning to cost more, and now these rising costs are starting to affect those trying to find an affordable place to live.

According to Rent.com, the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment is now around $1,500. This is up from an average of $1,167 reported in February 2021.

People living in Las Vegas may be used to paying lower rent prices compared to other areas, but throughout the pandemic, these prices have gone up, forcing individuals to make tough decisions.

According to local tenant Patrese Davis, her rent went up $200 at her apartment complex in the northeast valley.

"Now I am paying $1,266," said Davis. "The jobs and the rent are not adding up. I'm going to start looking next month to move somewhere else to find somewhere else cheaper I will be able to afford."... Read More

Fans excited for 'When We Were Young' festival, but COVID concerns linger

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The upcoming “When We Were Young” musical festival is creating quite a buzz.

The festival will feature some of the biggest names in emo and alternative music, and many fans are excited for Friday’s presale. My Chemical Romance and Paramore are among the biggest names scheduled to appear.

But there have also been concerns, given its high price tag and one-day schedule on Oct. 22, 2022. Many fans are worried about short set lists.

Organizer Live Nation responded to some of those worries on Thursday.

“The safety of fans, artists and staff is thoroughly planned for among event organizers and in coordination with local authorities,” a statement said. “We have seen a lot of excitement around this festival and we look forward to putting on an incredible event for all of the fans this October. We encourage fans to check the festival website and socials for all of the latest updates.” https://www.whenwewereyoungfestival.com/... Read More

I-Team: Young Black man held in jail for 6 days on warrant for older white man with same name in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- A Black man was not even alive when the white man police misidentified him as was first convicted of a crime.

Shane Lee Brown, 25, spent six days in two separate jails on a warrant involving a middle-aged man in a case of mistaken identity, a lawsuit filed in federal court claims.

Henderson police pulled over Shane Lee Brown, 25, on Jan. 8, 2020, the lawsuit said. Brown, who is Black, did not have his identification but provided police his name, Social Security number and Social Security card, the lawsuit said.

While performing a records check for “Shane Brown,” a felony warrant for a different Shane Brown appeared, the lawsuit said. The bench warrant for Shane Neal Brown, then-49 years old, was for a charge of ownership or possession of a firearm by a prohibited person... Read More