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Engineering for Kids, in “What’s Cool at School”

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A science summer camp that keeps the focus on fun for aspiring engineers, who are escaping the heat, and beating the summer brain drain, at a local learning facility called “Engineering For Kids.”

This is project-based STEM learning, but it is summer the emphasis is on kids having a good time!

Owner Leo Silva outlined one of his goals for the student experience, “I want them to see that STEM it’s fun! The science and math – it’s not a monster that sometimes people think about it, and for them, to see real life application of math.”

It’s working, highlighted here by the words of student, Leah Hernandez, “I love it here! It’s good for engineering, programming, doing robots, playing games it’s a little bit of all of it.”... Read More

Aeromexico expands service between Mexico, Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — For the third time in the last month, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has announced a new international route in and out of McCarran International Airport.

VivaAerobus, the fourth-largest domestic carrier in Mexico, has added non-stop flights to Monterrey. Its Mexico City route proved lucrative for the airline, so it comes as no surprise that it has chosen to add routes to the city that houses their headquarters.

It’s part of an aggressive effort by the LVCVA to attract more international carriers and add more routes into the Las Vegas valley.

Mexico accounts for the second highest number of international visitors to Las Vegas per year at 1.2 million, just behind Canada. That’s about 20 percent of Las Vegas’ 7 million annual foreign visitors.

It will offer flights on Thurs. and Sun. to Monterrey and the air carrier will use the Airbus A-320 for the routes, which seat 186 passengers... Read More

I-Team: Dispensary facing financial troubles, lawsuits

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A dispensary is facing financial troubles and employees are turning to the I-Team for answers.

Court records show workers and former workers at Canopi Cannabis Dispensary did not receive their paychecks on time and their health insurance was temporarily cancelled because their premiums weren’t paid by the business.

“I’m about to lose my car. I can’t pay rent. I can’t pay medications, doctors’ fees. I don’t have money to do anything. I don’t have gas in my car. I don’t have food in my fridge,” said former employee Ruby Gonzales.

Some current and former employees of Canopi Cannabis Dispensary say they are getting the runaround when it comes to getting their paychecks. Some can’t make their rent.

“I was evicted,” said Jamar Morris, employee.

Another was too broke to buy her son a cake on his birthday... Read More

Youthbuild program helps at-risk youth find job, finish high school

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Youthbuild is a local program dedicated to building a better future for young adults in the Las Vegas valley.

The program focuses on helping at-risk youth find a job, finish high school and gain leadership skills.

It began as a nationwide program and has been in las vegas since 2009. The free program features adults between 18 and 24 years old that are working toward their high school diploma or equivalent.

“I have been out of school for 7-8 years now so I felt a relief that I was able to get back into going to school,” said Lisa Almanzar.

A grant from the U.S. Department of Labor funds the program that’s now with “Chicanos por la Causa” Nevada. Today, the first cohorts under the CPLC umbrella graduated, which is truly the first of many steps to change their lives.

“I just don’t want my kids to have a reason to drop out or anything. I just want them to look at me like they’re proud,” Almanzar said. ... Read More

VIDEO: Dog owners celebrate International Yoga Day with their furry friends

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Hydrant Club and Nourished Natasha have partnered to bring their Downward Dog Yoga series to the Las Vegas valley!

Classes are the second Thursday and fourth Saturday of every month at the Urban Membership Dog Park in Downtown Vegas. Cost is $20 per person, per class, and a portion of the donations are donated to The Animal Foundation’s Truman Brooks Memorial Fund. The fund provides free training so people do not have to surrender their dogs.


  • Rabies
  • Bordetella
  • Distemper
  • Parvo
  • Canine Influenza (H3N2 and H3N8)

Metro releases sketch of alleged sexual assault suspect

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Metro Police hope a newly released sketch will help lead officers to a sexual assault suspect. According to Metro, a woman was attacked while she was out for a jog at Bunker Park.

It happened in the 7200 block of West Alexander Road Thursday around 10:53 a.m. Detectives while the victim was jogging, she observed an unidentified black man holding a drill and wearing a construction type reflective vest while standing next to a Conex box.

As the victim was walking back to her vehicle, the suspect came up from behind and pushed her to the ground. Metro said the suspect threatened the victim with a box cutter and then proceeded to sexually assault her... Read More

Man found guilty for burglarizing Wayne Newton’s home

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) –– A jury found one of the men accused of breaking into longtime Las Vegas entertainer Wayne Newton’s home guilty on all counts (11 felonies) related to a home invasion and robbery at the home.

Prosecutors say, Weslie Martin, 22, stole Newton’s valuables and later sold them to a coin and jewelry store.

Last week Newton and his wife described encountering two burglars at their home a year ago, including one who attacked their dogs with a crowbar before escaping over a wall.

Police say Martin was also responsible for a break-in that occurred two weeks prior at the Newton home, and at a neighboring property... Read More