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Toddler struck by vehicle at Desert Inn Road and Maryland Parkway

A toddler was hospitalized following an accident Tuesday near E. Desert Inn Road and Maryland Parkway.

According to Metro Police, a 2-year-old child was struck by a vehicle in the area. Two female adults were also hurt.

The little girl was taken to Sunrise Hospital for treatment. She is said to be in critical condition.

Maryland south of Desert Inn Road is closed down to traffic... Read More

PHOTO: Police want to question man about UNLV fondling case

University Police released the name and a picture of a man they want to question about a fondling incident that occurred on UNLV's campus.

Police said on Tuesday morning, around 10:10 a.m., someone who looks like Deangelo Clark approached a woman from behind and fondled her.

The woman was walking in Lot L when it happened. She told police, the man, grabbed her before he fondled her.

The suspect was described as a black male, approximately 5-feet-6-inches tall, with gold capped teeth.

UNLV Police are increasing patrols, and its presence on campus as detectives continue their investigation. Anyone with information should contact UNLV Police at (702) 895-3668... Read More

PD: Woman fondled while walking on UNLV's campus

UNLV Police are searching for a man accused of fondling a woman on the campus Wednesday night.

The incident occurred around 9 p.m. According to University Police, the woman, not associated with UNLV, said she noticed a vehicle pull up behind her and park on an access road near Wilbur Street.

As she got out of the car to walk eastbound on Tropicana Avenue, a man got out of his vehicle and fondled her.

The woman said the man then returned to the vehicle and drove away from campus.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic man in his 20s, approximately 5-feet-7-inches to 5-feet-9-inches with a thin build and fade haircut. The suspect was driving a silver sedan.

Anyone with information is urged to call University Police... Read More

McCarran Airport's amnesty boxes allows travelers to discard illegal drugs before flying

Marijuana is legal in the state of Nevada, but you can't have it with you when you're preparing to fly out of McCarran International Airport. So, to help flyers avoid breaking the law, a number of big green bins have been placed outside of the airport to encourage people to dispose of their marijuana and other substances before entering the premises.

They're called amnesty boxes, and they're installed outside the terminals of McCarran. Travelers can't miss them; they're kelly green and the size of a mailbox.

"Marijuana is prohibited on airport property," said Christine Crews, spokesperson for McCarran International Airport.

The bins give travelers a chance to toss out any items that may not get past TSA, that could possibly cause someone to be arrested. ... Read More

Police investigate shooting at Twain, Paradise

A shooting is being investigated by Metro Police in the 500 block of E. Twain Avenue near the intersection of Paradise Road.

According to police, one victim has been transported to the hospital.

Twain Avenue is closed near Paradise Road as police investigate... Read More

New hospitality building gives UNLV students real-life experience

UNLV students are attending classes in the brand new hospitality hall.

Since breaking ground two years ago, Hospitality Hall will now lay the groundwork for students like Deanna Wong

"I'm not too sure where but eventually in the long run I want to own my own restaurant," Wong said.

The third year hospitality major experienced her first spring semester class inside the brand new building.

"It just allows us to be more excited about what we're about to go into on the Strip and anywhere else in the hospitality industry," she said.

You can see influences from some of UNLV's big name neighbors.

"Our goal is really to change lives. There's no business like hospitality," said Dean Stowe Shoemaker.

College of Hospitality Dean, Stowe Shoemaker believes the facility's design is just as important as the location.

"What's great about our building is that it mirrors exactly what students will see when they enter the industry," he said... Read More