A young girl and her mother are dead in what police are calling a double murder-suicide at the hand of the woman’s ex-boyfriend.
Early Monday at the gay bar, a place known for making friends quickly was transformed into a site where a dear one was lost. About 5:30 a.m., a man walked in and shot Wells dead.
Two stories from a series of coverage on a crosswalk crash that left one young girl dead and two others severely injured.
“She’s been crying every day, asking for her sissy to come home.”
Two stories on a priest’s fall from grace.
Monsignor Kevin McAuliffe, second only to the bishop in the Las Vegas Diocese, admitted to stealing $650,000 from one of Nevada’s largest Catholic churches. Three days after his guilty plea in federal court, the pastor said he stole to feed his gambling addiction. Parishioners at his Summerlin parish wept when they learned McAuliffe could no longer lead their church and promised to forgive their beloved priest. One man credited the monsignor with his own gambling addiction recovery.
Kara Baldonado has slept outside four times in recent weeks, longing to win the hottest ticket in town — the chance at a driver’s license. First-time Nevada drivers now have to wait up to a month and a half to schedule a driving test, forcing those who need a license sooner to bear the overnight standby line.
Tipster Keith Messina learned this week that the FBI officially denied his claim for the reward in a statement that said the information he provided did not lead to Bulger’s arrest. Messina said several tidbits surrounding the treatment of his tip just don’t add up, including why the FBI’s denial letter was delivered more than two weeks after its July 13 date or why his tip was ignored.
A pair having sex in the stands, nonresponsive ravers laid out on stretchers, auto burglaries and assaults. Dispatch calls were steady but not necessarily surprising to police officers at the Electric Daisy Carnival, a three-day, DJ-fueled music festival known for its fans’ rampant Ecstasy use. Although emergency responders anticipated Day 2 of the all-night party to be the worst of it, the Saturday night/early Sunday installment delivered much of the same — dehydration, excessive intoxication — but no fatalities.