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Police hope surveillance video will nab burglary suspects

LAS VEGAS-- Detectives with LVMPD have released surveillance video of three men that they think are responsible for a rash of burglaries in Southwest Las Vegas.  Officers said several burglaries occurred in the area of Blue Diamond Road and Buffalo Drive.

During one of the incidents captured on surveillance cameras outside of one resident's home, the suspects are seen walking slowly around the property as they check it out.  Detectives said a victim in the 7600 block of Corvina Avenue told them back on July 2, 2014 that at around 9:30 p.m.

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Updated comfort food headlines the menu at newly opened restaurant at Tivoli Village.

Made.LV, from the husband-and-wife team of restaurant developer Elizabeth Blau and chef Kim Canteenwalla, opened last week near the Alta Drive entrance to Tivoli Village in a space formerly occupied by Hops & Harvest.

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Overcrowding plagues CCSD schools

LAS VEGAS -- On this first day of school, the Clark County School District is experiencing some growing pains.

CCSD projects it will serve an estimated 320,000 students this school year, breaking last year's record enrollment of more than 315,000 students.

The hardest hit campuses are elementary schools, which are almost 18 percent over-capacity on average.

Campuses are getting crowded and everyone from administrators to parents to kids is learning lessons on escalating enrollment.

It is the first day of school at Ries Elementary School, which is serving the booming southwest valley.

Brenna Monaghan has been coming here since kindergarten. On Monday, she began fifth grade.

"I actually know a lot of my friends here still, so that's good," Brenna said.

But Brenna's final year will be different because Ries Elementary is now a year-round school.

Arrest made in Geisha House shooting

LAS VEGAS -- Police have arrested the man they say is responsible for a double shooting in the parking lot of the Geisha House that left one woman dead and another injured.

Metro Police took Carim Cruz, 27, into custody Thursday. He faces nine charges including murder, attempted murder, battery and assault. Deanna Serano, 33, was killed in the shooting.

According to the arrest report, Cruz got into argument with Serano's boyfriend, Richard Lambey, who was part of a large group of people at the Geisha House. The argument between Cruz and Lambey spilled over into the parking lot on Saturday, Aug. 16. After the fight, Cruz got into his car and drove by the crowd and fired several shots. Two women were struck, including Serano. The other woman was wounded.




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Motorcyclist crashes trying to evade police

 LAS VEGAS -- Police are investigating a motorcycle crash on Ravenhood Drive near Spring Valley Parkway and Rainbow Boulevard.

The crash occurred just after 10 a.m. Thursday. Metro Police say they attempted to stop a motorcyclist on an unregistered bike but the rider tried to evade police and ended up crashing.

The rider was taken to University Medical Center with serious injuries. 

Driving You Crazy: Crosswalk at Flamingo and Cameron

LAS VEGAS - A viewer says a crosswalk at Flamingo Road and Cameron Street is not clearly marked, making the area dangerous for pedestrians.

There is no street light in this area, but there are signs that warn drivers of pedestrians crossing. Many drivers, however, travel along this stretch of road at approximately 45- 50 miles per hour and do not see the pedestrians.

The road is also wide, making it less likely that drivers will see pedestrians as they cross the street.

Representatives with the Regional Transportation Commission say they are working on this problem with Clark County Public Works. The area is part of the Flamingo Corridor Improvements Project, which is going to include approximately 86 street upgrades, new transit shelters, signal improvements and more.

All lanes on SB I-15 back open

 LAS VEGAS --- All lanes of southbound I-15 are back open after a cement truck overturned on the highway north of Blue Diamond Road blocking all but the far right lane, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.

NHP says the crash happened just before noon Tuesday.   

No one was seriously hurt in the crash.

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