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Police investigating barricade situation in northeast valley, portion of Lamb Boulevard closed

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Las Vegas police are investigating a barricade situation near Alexander Road and Lamb Boulevard in the northeast part of the valley.

LVMPD received a call just before 11 a.m. Monday about a domestic disturbance near the 4200 block of Tattersall Place.

Officers were able to locate the suspect and another person near Las Vegas and Lamb Boulevards. 

Both individuals, who are reportedly armed with knives, are refusing to follow officers commands, according to LVMPD. The incident is being considered "an open field barricade," and special tactic teams have been requested.  

Lamb Boulevard is currently closed from Alexander Road to Las Vegas Boulevard. Authorities are asking the public to avoid the area.

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Smith Center cancels remaining shows in 2020/2021 Broadway series

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The Smith Center has canceled the remaining shows in its 2020/2021 Broadway Las Vegas series and issued a statement.

"The Cher Show," "Tootsie," "Disney's Frozen," "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "My Fair Lady" have been canceled.

"My Fair Lady" had previously been rescheduled to July 2021, but it is now officially canceled.

In an email to season ticket holders, the Smith Center said purchases will roll over automatically into the next Broadway season, and seat locations will be honored... Read More

NEW: Nevada reports 2,000+ COVID-19 cases for third day in a row

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A day following Governor Sisolak's announcement to tighten restrictions and implement a "statewide pause" to mitigate the spread of the virus, Nevada reported its second-highest, single-day COVID-19 case increase with more than 2,000 reported for the third day in a row.

The state is reporting 2,339 positive COVID-19 tests and six deaths in the past 24 hours. Nearly two-thirds of those cases — 1,409 — are from Clark County... Read More

Strat show 'MJ LIVE' closing Wednesday under COVID-19 directive

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The "MJ LIVE" show at the Strat is closing Wednesday, Nov. 25, "in adherence with the Governor's Directive of a statewide, mandatory three-week pause to help slow the spread of COVID-19," officials said Monday.

Gov. Steve Sisolak said Sunday that the directive would begin at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.

Officials said refunds for the "MJ LIVE" show can be obtained at the original point of purchase.

Updates and information will be available at www.mjlivetheshow.com... Read More

Golden Knights distribute Thanksgiving meals to local families

Las Vegas – Select Vegas Golden Knights players and staff members distributed complete Thanksgiving meals, including a turkey and non-perishable food items, to more than 800 Las Vegas families, along with HELP of Southern Nevada, on Monday.

The food distribution took place outside of the HELP of Southern Nevada Campus at 1640 E. Flamingo Road. ... Read More

Parking crunch at McCarran anticipated during holidays

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The governor may have urged Nevadans to stay at home for Thanksgiving, but McCarran International Airport is expecting a lot of traffic.

A McCarran news release reminds travelers that following COVID-19 guidelines and practicing social distancing are important this year.

"While McCarran International Airport is taking steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and provide a safer travel environment for all, the most important precautions are those passengers can take individually to ensure a healthy experience for themselves and others," according to the news release.

During the holiday season, we expect high demand for T1 long-term parking. Consider parking in the Economy Lot and taking a shuttle to the terminal. Buses are running at reduced capacity due to social distancing guidelines, so allow extra time. https://t.co/7yP3Te7MaJ... Read More

Testing swabs 'doubled' in Pahrump after supplier runs out; city now over 1K cases

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- A week after running out of testing supplies in Pahrump, Serenity Health has "doubled" the amount of swabs on hand, according to a Nye County official.

Arnold Knightly, Nye County public information officer, said Serenity's shortage on the night of Nov. 16 has not affected ongoing testing. Serenity is the testing provider for the sprawling county, as well as other parts of rural Nevada.

The owner of Serenity Health, issued a public apology the next day:... Read More