Here are your Friday morning headlines.
James Charles Powell, 49, died Nov. 10 of multiple gunshot wounds. The Clark County coroner’s office ruled his death a homicide.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Training Staff and Recruits had a graduation ceremony on Wednesday for 34 new police recruits.
The iconic saloon will host an anniversary blowout Saturday with The Dickies, Dwarves, Throw Rag and others.
When Ken Beck saw the aftermath of the Oct. 1 shooting unfolding live on television, he texted friends who were there to ensure they were all right.
Angie Allen said that when people come to Angie’s Corner Cafe, she wants them to feel like they are sitting on their grandmother’s front porch, eating homemade Southern cooking. Her husband, Richard, can be seen playing guitar on Saturdays when it’s not busy.
For a few years, the city of North Las Vegas has allowed residents to plant trees at one of the city’s 33 parks to commemorate loved ones, city public-information officer Delen Goldberg said. The city recently added another component, a memorial wall, where people can purchase plaques that feature the deceased person’s name.
Students jumped, then laughed from embarrassment when they triggered rattlers to shake on an art piece titled “Now is Not a Good Time” on a recent Wednesday at College of Southern Nevada’s North Las Vegas campus.
SNS Diner employees are used to a rush of customers during lunch hours on weekdays. The lines have been longer than normal recently at the North Las Vegas restaurant, dubbed the “home of secret barbecue,” Michael Poniewaz said.
The third period has been the Golden Knights’ strength lately, as it has surged to the top of the Pacific Division with a 13-6-1 record and 27 points in 20 games.