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Desert Shores swans leaving lake following attacks

Residents in a northwest community will have to say goodbye to beloved swans that called the Desert Shores home.

Last week, one of the birds was shot with an arrow and had to be euthanized.

Word is beginning to spread that the swans will soon be gone. Residents are sad but they understand why the birds need a new home.

Spectators take pictures as they walk by while others watch the wildlife from the comfort of their cars. The scenery at the Desert Shores will soon be missing a key component.

"If they have to relocate them, that's the best for the swans, you know," said Geryl Steinseifer, who will miss seeing the swans.

"I mean they're part of the lake," said Mary Eng. "Sometimes I'll bring bread out and stuff and feed them."

The owners of the swans have decided to relocate the birds out of state and out of harms way. Last week, a papa-swan was found with an arrow shot through his hindquarters. The bird did not make it... Read More

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I-Team: Mother sues local hospital after daughter's death

A valley mother has filed a lawsuit against Centennial Hills Hospital.

She claims her daughter was treated unfairly and did not receive the proper screening at the emergency room because she did not have health insurance.

Weeks later, the daughter died from a pulmonary embolism.

I-Team Reporter Vanessa Murphy has more on the story. ... Read More

Man shot, killed at northwest home

A man was shot and killed in a northwest valley neighborhood Wednesday afternoon, Metro Police said.

The incident happened just before 12:00 p.m. in the area of El Capitan Way and Iron Mountain Road.

According to officers, the man was shot by someone he knew as he entered the home.

There weren't any other details released.

This is a developing story. Please check back soon for updates. ... Read More

Neighbors concerned after Metro investigates deadly home invasion for nearly 17 hours

An accused intruder was killed in a home invasion late Monday night. It happened around 10:30 p.m. in the 8000 block of Hesperides Avenue near N. Cimmaron and W. Elkhorn roads.

On Tuesday, it took Metro Police nearly 17 hours to clear the scene.

Neighbors told 8 News NOW they heard screams and gunshots.

"I heard a lot of bangs," Matt Ciaglia, one neighbor said.

"Like a horror movie type of screaming," according to Angela, a neighbor.

They said there were a series of loud gunshots, around 10 to 15 while producing a smell similar to firecrackers.

The aftermath of the home invasion was one man was killed and two others were injured.

"My window is like 10 feet away from that door, so I looked for a second, and when he turned around, I shut the blinds because I didn't know if he had a gun or not," Ciaglia said... Read More

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Metro investigates homicide in northwest Las Vegas

Metro Police investigated a homicide in the northwestern part of the Las Vegas valley Monday night.

According to Metro, the homicide occurred in the 8000 block of Hesperides Avenue near N. Cimmaron and W. Elkhorn roads.

Metro said it all started as a home invasion. The suspect is said to be the person who has died.

No word on what happened, but this is an active scene and residents should avoid the area.
8 News NOW has a crew on the way to the scene.

Watch Good Day starting at 4 a.m. for details on this developing story... Read More

4 arrested for allegedly robbing taxicab drivers

Metro Police arrested four people accused of robbing taxicab drivers in the south and northwestern parts of the valley.

According to Metro, on March 8, at approximately 2:40 p.m., patrol officers were called to the 9500 block of West Maule Avenue to investigate a report of a robbery to a taxicab driver. The victim told officers after he picked up several passengers near South Las Vegas Boulevard, he was instructed to drive to an apartment complex in the area of South Fort Apache Road and West Sunset Road.

Metro said when the taxicab driver dropped the suspects off at the complex located in the 9500 block of West Maule Avenue, they showed a gun and demanded the victim's money and property... Read More

Person shot and killed in northwest valley, Metro says

Metro Police investigated a deadly shooting in the northwest late Tuesday night.

It happened at the Sky Pointe Landing Apartments off of U.S. 95 near Burnham and Capistrano around 10:45 p.m.

Police said they found a 30-year-old man shot in a parking stall. Witnesses said they heard an argument, a gunshot, more arguing, and then another gunshot.

Police are not sure if the incident was a robbery or an altercation, but are looking at surveillance video to gather more details.

Police are looking for a man in his 30's, wearing a black ball cap, black hoodie, and dark jeans.

This is the 24th homicide in Metro's Jurisdiction in 2017... Read More