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World’s biggest toy fair shows what’s headed to stores

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The world’s biggest toy fair is underway in New York. Hundreds of manufacturers from around the world are showcasing more than 100,000 toys that will be released later this year.

The fair isn’t open to the public, but “The Toy Guy” Chris Byrne got a look inside... Read More

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NLV police looking for missing, endangered man

NORTH LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Police are asking for your help finding a missing 68-year-old man. North Las Vegas police say Enrique Cervantes-Gonzalez was reported missing Sunday evening.

The man was last seen in the 2000 block of North Las Vegas Boulevard around 12:30 p.m. Sunday. Enrique is described as a Hispanic male, about 5’2″, 220 pounds, with grey hair and brown eyes.

Enrique has high blood pressure, dementia and occasionally has hallucinations. He has not taken his medication for those issues and has little money with him. Officials believe he could be in danger.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Enrique is asked to contact the North Las Vegas Police Department immediately at 702-633-9111. ... Read More

Chase Briscoe wins rain-delayed Xfinity race at Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Chase Briscoe won the rain-delayed Xfinity Series race Sunday night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. NASCAR was able to complete 50 of the 200 laps Saturday before rain washed out the event and pushed its conclusion to after the Cup race Sunday.

Briscoe had led 27 of the 50 laps Saturday, then resumed his domination in the conclusion. In all, he led five times for a race-high 89 laps in his Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing.

It is the third career Xfinity Series win for Briscoe, a rising star in Ford’s development program. Austin Cindric was second for Team Penske and a 1-2 finish for Ford. ... Read More

Local activists peacefully end camp out to stand with homeless after officers arrive

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Local activists gathered in Las Vegas Sunday night to stand in solidarity with the homeless population. They’re also speaking out against the city’s controversial policies.

A few dozen people gathered
at Huntridge Circle Park but were quickly cleared out. That’s because officers
arrived and said the park was closed.

The camp out started at
around 4 p.m. While activists were there, they were holding signs and sitting
in tents, all to fight back against the City of Las Vegas’ homeless ordinances.

They were both passed by the
city council... Read More

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Joey Logano overcomes missed pit call to win at Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The adjustments to a major offseason overhaul at Team Penske continued Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where miscommunication between Joey Logano and his new crew chief led to a botched final pit stop.

Logano still wound up in victory lane for the second year in a row, winning a two-lap sprint to the finish that ended under caution.

A caution with six laps remaining forced teams to make strategic decisions and crew chief Paul Wolfe told Logano to come to pit road for new tires. Logano didn’t hear Wolfe and remained on track, a move that cycled him into the lead but put him in position to hold off a slew of contenders on fresh tires.

Logano knew it was critical to get his Ford separated from the pack quickly on the restart to have any shot at the win.

“Clean air was going to be key with old tires,” he said. “If I got swallowed up by a couple cars, I was just going to fall backwards really quick.”... Read More

Harry Reid: Nevada should move to primaries, be ‘First in the Nation’

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Just a day after the Nevada Democratic caucus, former Senator Harry Reid released a statement saying the Silver State should no longer hold caucuses, but instead, move to primaries.

“I am so proud of the Nevada Democratic Party, its talented staff, and the thousands of grassroots volunteers who have done so much hard work over the years to build this operation. We have the best state party in the country, and that was shown again this past week after another successful caucus that featured a historic four days of early voting with more than 10,000 new voter registrations... Read More

Mexico City climber sets new record at ‘Scale the STRAT’ event

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A 28-year-old climber set a new record for the ‘Scale the STRAT’ event. Alexis Trujillo of Mexico City climbed all 108 floors and 1,455 steps up the iconic STRAT tower in 6 minutes and 46 seconds on Sunday.

The event raises money for the American Lung Association’s mission of preventing lung disease and promoting lung health. Organizers say more than 1,000 people registered for the “Fight for Air” stair climb.

This year, the organization said they had hoped to raise more than $300,000. At last count, $295,000 has been raised and organizers are still counting.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield has been the presenting sponsor since the climb first began 12 years ago.

The STRAT donates staff, services and use of the iconic tower every year for the athletic fundraising event.  ... Read More