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8 On Your Side: Woman takes traditional bra-fitting virtual

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Eighty percent of women are wearing the wrong sized bra, so Jenette Goldstein wants to bring the experience of bra-fitting back in style for the everyday woman.

Goldstein is the CEO of 'Jenette Bras,' and she was an actress in the 80s; you may recognize her from the movie "Aliens." She went to England and discovered European bras, so she wanted to bring that experience and quality back to the states.

She has several brick-and-mortar stores in L.A., but she began offering remote bra-fittings when the pandemic hit.

"We want to create a safe space for women to come in and because this is intimate clothing, and it's an intimate experience, and you want to be with someone who is not going to judge you," Goldstein said. "You're going to have a good time, and she's going to meet your needs for both your life and your silhouette, so in this way, we recreated the in-store experience for the virtual customer."... Read More

#MakeAScene during the Cosmopolitan's 10-year anniversary celebration

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- It's time to #MakeAScene at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas! You're invited to help the hotel celebrate its 10-year anniversary with a special photo tour and cocktails.

Roqui Theus has an inside look at what you can expect with the festivities. ... Read More

Parents react to kids' first day back in schools for in-person learning

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Some Clark County School District students were able to return to in-person learning Monday, causing sparking happiness for some parents, while others were emotional.

Despite the mixed feelings many parents had about their children returning to the classroom for in-person learning, all of them said school was great and that their kids were happy.

"We were excited to go back; of course, a little anxious in ways," said Jill Preston, CCSD parent of a student who attends John R. Hummel Elementary School. "I feel for the teachers kinda being thrown into this new harder experience than they ever had before."

Preston has two boys: One in second grade, the other in kindergarten.

"My kids are so excited, though," Preston explained. "And it was so fun to see them looking forward to doing school."

Preston says her boys were happy to see their friends and teachers in person... Read More

CCSD updates times, locations of food distribution sites due to in-person learning

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Getting a lot of Clark County School District students back into the classroom is causing some changes for CCSD’s food distribution.

On Monday, CCSD stopped giving the food out in the parking lots of elementary schools. Students who are doing in-person learning on their assigned days will now have the option to receive breakfast and lunch meals at their school location during the school day.

However, for one family, the new changes are already causing a headache.

“That little bit of food that they get during the week and the extra food they get during the weekend really does make a difference for us families who really struggle month to month with food,” said Linda Myers, a concerned parent... Read More

Metro: Suspect shot by auto shop employee while attempting to steal vehicle expected to survive

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Metro Police are investigating a shooting near Jones and Desert Inn in the west valley. The incident happened around 6:47 p.m. at Panda Auto.

Officers responded to the auto shop after receiving reports of gunfire. The preliminary investigation indicates a suspect attempted to steal an unattended vehicle from the shop when a store employee confronted them.

Police say a struggle between the suspect and employee ensued while the vehicle was moving. The employee then shot at the suspect and held the individual at gunpoint until officers arrived. The vehicle halted in the parking lot.

The suspect was struck and taken to UMC Trauma. They are expected to survive. ... Read More

A breakdown of the numbers after CCSD's return to campus

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The Clark County School District (CCSD) provided a breakdown of how many students and teachers are back in buildings. Many returned to campus Monday in what was a day to remember.

"It is like the first day of school," said CCSD Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara. "It's just, it's a little bit cooler than an August start, but it's really exciting to see our kids."

Jara visited Rex Bell Elementary School with State Superintendent Jhone Ebert.

"It's a joyous day," expressed Ebert.

.@SuptJaraCCSD and @NVSupt welcome students and attend the outdoor assembly. #8NN pic.twitter.com/c7gkBfu8jJ... Read More

NHP troopers investigate deadly crash on I-15 southbound at US 93 off-ramp

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Nevada Highway Patrol troopers are investigating a fatal crash on I-15 southbound at the US 93 off-ramp.

There weren't many details released about the deadly wreck that occurred on Monday evening, but troopers did say there was only one vehicle involved.

Drivers should expect delays and avoid the area.

Drivers should also expect delays.

This is a developing story... Read More