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Photo Released of Suspect Accused of Beating Homeowner

LAS VEGAS -- Metro Police have released a photo of the Las Vegas man accused of breaking into a home and attacking the homeowner with a toilet lid and a guitar.

Las Vegas Metro Police said 41-year-old Ronald Hetzel entered a home in Southern Highlands on Saturday morning. After police were called to the home, Hetzel ran off and entered another home. Police said that homeowner confronted him and Hetzel beat the man with a wooden guitar and toilet lid.

Hetzel is facing charges of burglary and attempted murder and battery with a deadly weapon.

 

 

Eat This Now – Saba Shio at KYARA

Eat This Now – Saba Shio at KYARA

Curtas: it tastes good and it's healthy.

Saba shio roughly translates as “salted, grilled mackerel.” This dense, oily fish is a relative of the tuna and bonito and contain all of those good, omega-3 fatty acids so prized by panacea-seekers and other health charlatans.

Read more at Eating Las Vegas

Rainfall Causing Streets to Flood in Southwest Valley

Rainfall Causing Streets to Flood in Southwest Valley

LAS VEGAS -- Heavy rain falling in the southwest Las Vegas valley is causing some streets to flood. The rain is expected to cause minor flooding until about 3:45 p.m. Monday.

The areas impacted include Blue Diamond, Mountain's Edge, Rainbow Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue, and Spring Valley.

The storms are expanding to the east and may produce heavy rain and hail. 

Rhodes Ranch and west valley neighborhoods have reports of 50 to 62 mph winds with thunderstorms moving into the area. Rain is moving to the center of the valley.

As of 2 p.m., the area near Blue Diamond and Durango, the rainfall total so far is .55 inch; near the 215-Beltway channel and Buffalo, the total so far is .47 inch; and near Warm Springs and Jones, the rainfall total so far is .24 inch, according to the Regional Flood Control rain gauges.

Las Vegas Casino: Employee took High-Roller Information

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A Las Vegas resort is suing a former employee, alleging she misappropriated confidential information about thousands of high-rolling gamblers and hotel guests.

A Nevada state judge on Friday ordered 31-year-old Jessica Hemingway not to distribute the files she acknowledged emailing from the Palms Casino Resort to her home email accounts. She also was told to give casino officials access to her computer.

Hemingway and her fiance, Scott Yelton, say the information hasn't been distributed.

They told Clark County District Court Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez the casino sued Hemingway on Tuesday after she alleged she had been sexually harassed by a supervisor and was fired.

The lawsuit says Hemingway worked as a casino host in the table games department for nine months.

Business Interns Host Event for Community Garden

Business Interns Host Event for Community Garden

 

An event focused on a downtown community garden is slated for Saturday evening.

Students in Clark County’s Summer Business Institute (SBI) internship program will host a senior and youth community fair from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Vegas Roots Community Garden, 715 N. Tonopah Drive.

The event will feature entertainment, a talent show, food and nutrition vendors, arts and crafts fair, carnival games and the unveiling of a new mural designed and painted by the students. Anyone interested in attending must bring paint supplies, gardening tools, or clear Christmas lights to donate in return for admission. The donated materials will be given to the community garden.

I-15 Work Continues to Frustrate Drivers

I-15 Work Continues to Frustrate Drivers

 

Another weekend of detours and delays is on the way for the I-15 Design-Build South Project.

The traffic effects are as follows:

Cafe Berlin Satisfies Craving for Authentic German Food

Critic: it won't make you forget bygone restaurants, but Cafe Berlin offers solid choices.

Lovers of German food have been buzzing during the past couple of weeks about the closure of Cafe Heidelberg, landmark German restaurant and market on East Sahara Avenue just east of the Strip.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal