Austin Carter, ABC 13 Las Vegas

Austin Carter

ABC 13 Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Recent articles by Austin:

Good with Money: Millennials, financial advisors share budgeting tips

According to Lexington Law, a credit repair law firm, millennials are heavily burdened with debt from student loans and credit cards, as 63% of millennials have more than $10,000 in student debt. → Read More

North Las Vegas police release body camera video of officer shooting gun at suspect

North Las Vegas police are sharing body camera video of a shooting involving an officer that took place over the weekend. → Read More

Suspicious couple making neighbors nervous in Mountains Edge neighborhood

Early Sunday morning as a family was sound asleep inside their Mountains Edge home, some unknown guests appeared outside. → Read More

Study says guests are finding hidden cameras inside rental properties, hotel rooms

There’s a disturbing trend of hidden cameras being found in rental properties and hotel rooms, and security experts are explaining how they’re getting there and what folks should do if they find one. → Read More

Naked man caught on Las Vegas valley family's security camera

For a family living along Heavenly View Drive it was anything but a heavenly view on Thursday night when a naked man appeared in their Henderson driveway. → Read More

Possible earthquake-related death in Nevada, police say

Officials in Nevada are investigating a death possibly related to the California earthquake felt in parts of the state on July 4. → Read More

RTC launches 'Trip to Strip' with help of Las Vegas valley officials, celebrities

The Mayor of Las Vegas and other familiar faces gathered to celebrate the Regional Transportation Commission’s new ride share service. → Read More

Man shot by burglar on Ivy Street in Henderson

HENDERSON (KTNV) — A man was shot by a burglar on Wednesday, according to police. It happened around 4:45 p.m. at a home in the 100 block of Ivy Street near Lake Mead Boulevard and Warm Springs Road, according to Henderson police. Police say that the victim walked in during the burglary and was shot. He was transported to a local hospital. At this time, no one has been arrested. → Read More

New changes coming to Uber guidelines for passenger behavior

New rules are coming to Uber, which include changes to their community guidelines that would allow user removal from the app if a rider rating dips too low. → Read More

Nevada drivers, law enforcement prepare for Memorial Day weekend travel

The American Automobile Association in Southern Nevada is closely monitoring conditions on the roads as travelers make their way into Las Vegas for Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Rattlesnake sightings in Vegas valley rise with temperature

There are five to six different rattlesnakes species that can be found in the Las Vegas Valley, and as temperatures heat up you’ll see more of them outside. → Read More

Third suspect arrested in murder of California doctor in Las Vegas

30-year-old Diana Nicole Pena appeared in a Clark County courtroom Tuesday, facing charges relating to the killing of a California doctor in Las Vegas. → Read More

Spring classes at Art Institute of Las Vegas begin

After being saved from closure, Spring classes at the Art Institute of Las Vegas are in session. → Read More

Dramatic video shows shooting at Bellagio hotel-casino

Las Vegas police have released additional details and dramatic video related to the robbery and shooting on March 15 at the Bellagio hotel-casino. → Read More

3 people arrested for shooting at El Cortez hotel-casino

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is investigating a shooting at El Cortez hotel-casino in downtown Las Vegas. → Read More

MGM Resorts considering new behind the bar technology

MGM Resorts is looking into new technology that could enhance guest experience and speed of service. → Read More

UPDATE: Vegas police confirm recent calls to Beauty Bar

A popular downtown Las Vegas bar has closed its doors after being served an eviction notice Friday, claiming that the bar endeared the safety and health of patrons. → Read More

Clark County Commissioners to discuss future of stand-alone ERs

Clark County Commissioners will soon be discussing possible changes and new rules on how medical facilities in the Las Vegas valley conduct their business. → Read More

NHP cruiser hit by suspected drunk driver on Nevada highway

A Nevada Highway Patrol officer suffered minor injuries after a driver suspected of being impaired slammed into his vehicle while at a traffic stop on northbound U.S. 95, just north of Ann Road, according to NHP officials. → Read More

Concerns over safety aboard RTC buses

After a slew of violent incidents on RTC buses and at their bus stops, passengers tell 13 Action News they are concerned for their safety and have changed their transit habits. → Read More