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'Run Dawg' mobile gym allows pets to get their exercise and stay out of summer heat

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The extreme heat can become a real challenge for those of us with pets. Navigating when to go for a walk outside can be difficult, but one Nevadan claims to have a solution.

It is called "Run Dawg," and it makes exercising your pup in Las Vegas very easy, despite the summer heat. It is a mobile dog gym equipped with all the bells and whistles to get your dog moving.

The owner launched the company recently after his own personal struggles with frank. The American bulldog was a rescue, but after he destroyed everything in sight, his new adopted family decided to create an exercise routine on the treadmill.

This sparked the idea to go mobile with two dog-friendly treadmills inside this air-conditioned van.

Each session will set you back about $45 but will keep your pup healthy without the discomforts of tackling the desert heat... Read More

Native Nevadan chosen to lead US Bureau of Reclamation, a key agency for water issues

CARSON CITY — President Joe Biden has nominated longtime water policy adviser Camille Touton to lead the agency that oversees water and power in the U.S. West.

Touton is a native of Nevada and previously served as the deputy assistant secretary for water and science in the Interior Department under the Obama administration.

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation commissioner will be a central figure in negotiations among several states over the future of the Colorado River.

Drought, climate change and demand have diminished the river that supplies 40 million people. The agency is expected to mandate cuts for the first time in 2022.

On Wednesday, the bureau announced that Carly Jerla will lead the Department of the Interior's efforts, as a senior water resources program manager, to develop updated operating rules for Colorado River reservoirs... Read More

Water Street District Tasting Tour showcases reimagined Henderson restaurants, bars, and coffee shops

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Water Street in Downtown Henderson has been reimagined with new restaurants, bars, breweries, and coffee shops.

Henderson Mayor Debra March hosted a celebration of the newly reimagined Water Street District with a tour of the new Lifeguard Arena, home of the Henderson Silver Knights, bars, restaurants, and new businesses.

Mayor March unveiled the new brand and website at one of the featured venues, The Public Works Coffee Bar.


Entrepreneurs in the area greeted the media, provided tours of their business, gave out samples, and shared stories of why they planted their dreams in Henderson. Henderson resident, business owner, developer, and architect Windom Kimsey shared why he chose to invest heavily in Water Street... Read More

GAME 3: Knights fall to Canadiens 3-2 in overtime

MONTREAL (AP) — Josh Anderson scored his second goal of the night at 12:53 of overtime, Carey Price made 43 saves and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2 on Friday night to a take a 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup semifinal series.

Anderson scored after he knocked down an aerial pass at the offensive blue line. The puck fell to Paul Byron, who passed back to Anderson for his third goal of the playoffs, sending the Bell Centre into a chaotic celebration.

Cole Caufield also scored to help Montreal win without interim head coach Dominique Ducharme. He tested positive for COVID-19 before the game.

Luke Richardson took over behind and directed the Canadiens to their fourth overtime victory in these playoffs.

Nicolas Roy and Alex Pietrangelo scored for Vegas, and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 24 shots.

Game 4 is Sunday night in Montreal... Read More

Rhumbar at The Mirage closing in July

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The Mirage has announced the closing of Rhumbar, and plans to bring in a new ultra lounge that could open this winter.

Rhumbar will close July 25.

A statement from The Mirage indicated additional details will be shared in the coming months... Read More

215 Beltway paving between Windmill, Pecos scheduled overnight, June 20-Aug. 2

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Sunday night will be the start of "significant traffic disruptions" during a paving project on the 215 Beltway between Windmill Lane and Pecos Road.

The project could last until Aug. 2, according to Clark County officials.

The highway will be widened to four lanes on each side during the project, according to Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin.

Motorists should expect some intermittent closures of highway ramps, and reduced lanes during construction. Paving will be done from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday nights through Friday mornings.

Westbound 215 will be paved first. There will be only one travel lane open overnight, with intermittent closures possible. During daytime hours, only two lanes will be open.

Paving of eastbound 215 is expected to begin in early July, following the same plan for closing lanes and ramps.

Las Vegas Paving is the contractor for this project... Read More

Father accused of helping move Lesly Palacio's body accepts plea deal, faces 2 years in prison

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The father accused of helping move 22-year-old Lesly Palacio's body after she died in August accepted a plea deal Friday on two charges.

Prosecutors said Jose Rangel helped his son, Erick Rangel-Ibarra, move Palacio’s body from the family home.

Rangel pleaded guilty to destroying evidence and being an accessory to murder. His trial was due to be rescheduled Friday.

He faces up to two years in prison and will be sentenced in August.

Rangel was arrested near the U.S.-Mexico border in February. His son remains on the run and is wanted for murder. Investigators believe he is likely in Mexico... Read More