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Motorcyclist Dead in Wreck Near Ft. Apache and Desert Inn

LAS VEGAS -- A motorcyclist is dead after a collision with another vehicle Thursday afternoon.

The collision happened at Fort Apache Road and Desert Inn Road shortly before 5 p.m. Police say a Honda Civic turned in front of the motorcycle, throwing the 21-year-old motorcyclist 30 feet. Witnesses say the motorcycle was traveling at a high rate of speed and had been seen doing wheelies.

"It was slow motion, just like they always say," said witness Josh Molina. "It was horrible. He was coming right at me, and I saw the bike. The next minute, I saw was pieces everywhere."

Authorities say this stretch of road has seen numerous motorcycle riders engaging in risky behavior. Police are trying to take steps to ensure more accidents do not occur.

Top 8 Longest Golf Holes

Hole 11, Revere Golf Club at Anthem (Lexington course)
Hole 11, Revere Golf Club at Anthem (Lexington course)

LAS VEGAS -- If holes-in-one represent golf perfection, par fives that are longer than six football fields strung together from goal line to goal line are the stuff that can leave plenty of room for disaster. They can turn a decent round into the aggravation one gets from losing luggage at an airport or seeing your last dollar disappear in a vending machine without getting that bag of chips in return. If your tee shot doesn't find the fairway, you could spend a week on one of these holes.

Southwest Ridge Plans Focus of Open House

Southwest Ridge Plans Focus of Open House

Clark County wants to hear what people living in the southwest part of the Las Vegas valley have to say about plans to develop the Southwest Ridge Recreational Area.

County Commission Chair Susan Brager and the County Comprehensive Planning Department are hosting the second open house about the topic next week. Officials want to share information about plans for the area, which is 1,200 acres of land in the foothills west of southern Summerlin and Rhodes Ranch, between Tropicana Avenue and Blue Diamond Road.

The county would like to hear from the public about what types of recreational facilities and park amenities they would want.

“The Southwest Ridge is a beautiful area with a lot of room for parks and other recreational amenities,” Commission Chair Brager said. “This open house is a great opportunity for residents to help shape their community.”

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding Partners with Dress For Success Southern Nevada

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding Partners with Dress For Success Southern Nevada


Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding will partner with local non-profit Dress for Success Southern Nevada to raise money for the charity.

To celebrate the show’s June opening at Bally’s, show management will donate $25 of every ticket purchased with the special Dress For Success code through the end of the year. To buy tickets, visit any Caesars Entertainment Box Office and use codes AADS for General Admission tickets and BADS for VIP tickets.

“We thank the show for its generosity and appreciate the dedication of the cast which has entertained the attendees of our events, including our inaugural Power Walk,” said Paige Candee, Dress for Success Southern Nevada founder.

Visit www.dressforsuccess.org/southernnevada to learn more.

Clip Joint Stabbing Suspect in Custody

Clip Joint Stabbing Suspect in Custody

LAS VEGAS -- A man wanted in connection with a stabbing at a clip joint in May turned himself in to police Wednesday morning.

Samuel Schaffer faces attempted murder charges for the incident at the Red Devil Fitness and Spa that left a British tourist severely injured.

Metro Police said the business suggested sexual services would be available for a price, yet only provided reflexology, or nothing.

According to Metro Police, customer Joseph Sheriff became angry and threw a water bottle at a female employee. Police said Schaffer stabbed the man.

Schaffer has been on the run since the incident. He is scheduled to be in court later this week.


Curtas: BBQ KING – We No Rike Fried Rice

Curtas: BBQ KING – We No Rike Fried Rice

Curtas: a decent BBQ plate makes the restaurant acceptable.

Why do people order fried rice in Chinese restaurants?

Read more at Eating Las Vegas


Wranglers Coach Helps Save Drowning Man

BOSTON – Las Vegas Wranglers Head Coach and General Manager Ryan Mougenel found himself in the right place at the right time Thursday. He was one of a handful of people who helped save a drowning man from Boston Harbor.

The 54-year-old victim fell into the harbor at around 4 p.m. Witnesses say he struggled to stay afloat. Mougenel and two others rescued the man and brought him to a nearby water taxi. From there, they helped the man to a Massachusetts State Police boat.

"By the time me and two others got to him, he was already unconscious and not doing too well," Mougenel told WCVB-TV. "He was unconscious, definitely not breathing, definitely distressed."

The victim was taken to a nearby hospital in unknown condition.