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1 killed in fire near Spring Mountain and Buffalo

Clark County Fire and Rescue investigated a deadly fire late Monday morning, according to Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.

The fire at the apartment complex near the intersection of S. Buffalo Drive and W. Spring Mountain Road started just before 11:30 a.m.

There weren't any other details released. Fire officials are still investigating.

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1 killed in fire near Spring Mountain and Buffalo

Clark County Fire and Rescue investigated a deadly fire late Monday morning, according to Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.

The fire at the apartment complex near the intersection of S. Buffalo Drive and W. Spring Mountain Road started just before 11:30 a.m.

There weren't any other details released. Fire officials are still investigating.

This is a developing story.... Read More

IKEA's grand opening doesn't disappoint

Wednesday was the day many valley residents had been waiting on for a long time, but now the wait is over, and IKEA is now open to the home good lovers far and wide.

When the store opened its doors near the 215 and South Durango, customers flocked to the warehouse by the thousands! Some people had even been camped out since Monday. Many of them shopped, paid, left, and returned for round two.

Junie Zhu was the first person in line when the doors opened at 9 a.m.

"We got the lounge chair, and then we're going to go home and take a shower and then come back the next day," Zhu said.

For many people, it was their first time shopping at IKEA.

"I have no idea how many people might be inside. It was a madhouse inside of there."... Read More

IKEA's grand opening doesn't disappoint

Wednesday was the day many valley residents had been waiting on for a long time, but now the wait is over, and IKEA is now open to the home good lovers far and wide.

When the store opened its doors near the 215 and South Durango, customers flocked to the warehouse by the thousands! Some people had even been camped out since Monday. Many of them shopped, paid, left, and returned for round two.

Junie Zhu was the first person in line when the doors opened at 9 a.m.

"We got the lounge chair, and then we're going to go home and take a shower and then come back the next day," Zhu said.

For many people, it was their first time shopping at IKEA.

"I have no idea how many people might be inside. It was a madhouse inside of there."... Read More

Customers camp out in front of IKEA ahead of big opening

The new Las Vegas IKEA opens on Wednesday, but there are already people waiting in line. The store will be in the southwest part of the valley near Durango and the 215.

It rained in the valley Tuesday, but the tents were pitched, so the rain and wind didn't stop the eager consumers.

"I was a little cold this morning, but we're okay. We got lots of blankets, and we got hot coffee this morning, so we're good," according to Krystel Vargas, who was the first person in line.

Dozens of people have been lining up since Monday morning to get the first crack at shopping at the brand new IKEA. Also, once a certain amount of people are in line, they will have a chance at winning a free couch... Read More

Stabbing caps off deadly Friday

For first responders anywhere in the world, there is no such thing as normal days because as a first responder, every day can be hectic in its own way. Especially a day like Friday the 13th.

We're not saying we're superstitious, but May 13 has been a pretty sad and crazy day for the Las Vegas valley. Between fires, accidents, and acts of violence, it's safe to say Friday has been a trying day for first responders.

It all started around 4 a.m. when flames burned through an apartment complex near Rainbow and Charleston. Las Vegas Fire and Rescue said Shirlena Rutherford intentionally started the fire.

Neighbors say they heard a domestic dispute fright before they saw the flames.

"The next thing we know the neighbor's coming out screaming, 'she started the fire'," said Markeish Wilson, a resident... Read More

Stabbing caps off deadly Friday

For first responders anywhere in the world, there is no such thing as normal days because as a first responder, every day can be hectic in its own way. Especially a day like Friday the 13th.

We're not saying we're superstitious, but May 13 has been a pretty sad and crazy day for the Las Vegas valley. Between fires, accidents, and acts of violence, it's safe to say Friday has been a trying day for first responders.

It all started around 4 a.m. when flames burned through an apartment complex near Rainbow and Charleston. Las Vegas Fire and Rescue said Shirlena Rutherford intentionally started the fire.

Neighbors say they heard a domestic dispute fright before they saw the flames.

"The next thing we know the neighbor's coming out screaming, 'she started the fire'," said Markeish Wilson, a resident... Read More