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Beltway Work to Cause Disruption Near Bradley Road

Beltway Work to Cause Disruption Near Bradley Road

 

Continuing work on the northern portion of the 215 Beltway will cause some traffic disruption next week near Bradley Road.

All lanes on the beltway at Bradley Road will be shifted to direct traffic under the Bradley Bridge starting Thursday, Jan. 31. This lane shift covers about a half-mile of road along the beltway, and will be in effect for several months in order to complete the south approach for the new Bradley Bridge. 

The entire project is expected to be finished by summer 2014.

Missing Boys Found Unharmed

De'Andric Price II

UPDATE: North Las Vegas Police have found the two boys reported missing on Wednesday. The brothers were found around 10 a.m. at another Las Vegas home. Police are investigating what caused the boys to leave their home.

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. - North Las Vegas Police are looking for two boys who have been missing since Wednesday evening.

Police say 6-year-old De'Andric Price II and 12-year-old De'Andric Price, Jr. left their home near Centennial Parkway and Losee Road at approximately 4 p.m. Wednesday and have not returned.

Price II is described as 4'4", 40 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt with "27" on the front and blue jeans.

Price, Jr. is described as 5' 2", 100 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. His left ear is pierced. Price Jr. was last seen wearing a dark blue t-shirt with "polo" written on the front and gray shorts.

I-Team: Nevada Lawmaker Facing Charges Returns to Las Vegas

Steven Brooks

LAS VEGAS -- A Nevada lawmaker accused of threatening another legislator returned to Las Vegas Wednesday evening being pushed in a wheelchair.

Democratic Assemblyman Steven Brooks of North Las Vegas would not respond to a reporter's questions as he was being wheeled out of McCarran International Airport after arriving on a flight from Carson City, Nev.

When asked by a reporter if the situation seemed bizarre to him, he groaned. Brooks was accompanied by a woman and surrounded by legislative police officers.

Earlier in the day Brooks was ushered into a legislative police office when he arrived at the state Legislature in Carson City.

Like at the airport, Brooks was wearing a dark overcoat and hooded sweatshirt. He kept his head down, his face largely concealed, but walked with a cane. He was accompanied by some family members.

Kids in Need to Get More Meals from Safekey

Kids in Need to Get More Meals from Safekey

 

For some schoolchildren in southern Nevada, the meals they eat at school and Safekey after-school programs are their only nutrition.

With that difficult reality in mind, the Clark County School District, City of Las Vegas and Three Square Food Bank are partnering to expand food offerings at 44 Safekey sites in Las Vegas. 

The Las Vegas City Council approved an agreement with Three Square at Wednesday’s council meeting.

The program will expand a pilot program between the city, Three Square, and the school district started last year. The Safekey Snack Enhancement pilot program began at 15 Safekey sites, which were selected based on geographic area, program enrollment and the school’s Free and Reduced Lunch participation percentage.

3 Hurt in Crash at Cheyenne, Simmons

NORTH LAS VEGAS -- North Las Vegas Police are investigating a crash at Cheyenne Avenue and Simmons Street.

Three people were hurt when one car rear-ended another car late Tuesday afternoon. Eastbound Cheyenne is closed to traffic.

One adult and two children have been transported to the hospital. According to police, none of the injuries was life threatening.

Nevada Lawmaker Facing Threat Case Hospitalized

Steven Brooks

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Police say a Nevada state Assembly member had a gun in his car when he was arrested during the weekend on allegations that he threatened at least one Assembly party leader.

North Las Vegas police Sgt. Tim Bedwell wouldn't disclose the caliber of the weapon that Democratic Assemblyman Steven Brooks had when he was arrested Saturday, or whether it was loaded.

The revelation came after Brooks' lawyer, Mitchell Posin said Brooks was hospitalized in Las Vegas for treatment of internal bleeding, possibly related to a pre-existing condition.

Brooks never went to Carson City, where reporters gathered for a 10 a.m. Tuesday news conference that Brooks had scheduled at his Assembly office.

Posin says Brooks is innocent and that there's more to the allegations than have been reported so far.

Posin isn't providing details.

Buck Files to Run for Second Term

Buck Files to Run for Second Term

 

North Las Vegas Mayor Shari Buck filed Tuesday to run for a second term.

One confirmed challenger for the office with be State Sen. John Lee.

The city has gone through major financial trouble during Buck’s tenure, though some problems originated during the major recession that began before she took office.

“I didn’t ask the people of North Las Vegas for the job of mayor because I thought it would be easy,” Buck said. “I asked for their vote because I love this city and I knew I could help guide it through some rough waters.

“We have made tremendous progress, but my job is not done. I’m ready to keep working.”