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Past articles by Kim:

101-year-old WWII vet, wife injured during pursuit of Las Vegas robbery suspects

FOX5 is learning more about two innocent people hurt when a high-speed police pursuit ended in a crash and shooting last Wednesday night in Henderson. → Read More

Recent UNLV grad’s movie now on Hulu

A recent UNLV grad is behind a film now streaming on Hulu. The movie “Take Out Girl” was filmed while Melissa Del Rosario was still a student. → Read More

6 cold case murders solved with funding from Vegas Justice League

With the two cold case murders closed this week by Metro, the Vegas Justice League has now provided funding to solve six cold case murders and they hope they are just getting started. → Read More

Henderson family, lawmakers push to up reckless driving sentences

A Henderson family who lost their son to a reckless driver is pushing to change reckless driving laws this legislative session and they’ve got two lawmakers spearheading the effort. → Read More

Plans in place to improve safety on Boulder Highway after 2 pedestrian deaths within week

Boulder Highway has been called the deadliest road in Nevada for pedestrians but there are plans to make it safer. → Read More

ACLU continues to fight Nevada Board of Pharmacy over cannabis classification

The Board of Pharmacy continues to list cannabis as a schedule 1 substance meaning it has a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use. The ACLU is pushing back saying that’s out of touch with reality and state law and should have been updated decades ago. → Read More

Clark County approves renaming part of Karen Avenue to ‘Liberace Avenue’

Vegas is home to Frank Sinatra Drive and Sammy Davis Jr. Drive, could it soon also be home to Liberace Way? → Read More

Cirque du Soleil acrobat fighting to retake the stage after Las Vegas hit-and-run crash

An acrobat with Cirque du Soleil, who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash, is now on the road to recovery. → Read More

Shortage of Santas after holiday appearances resume without pandemic restrictions

What does Santa want for Christmas? More helpers. Kevin Peachy has been standing in for Santa in Las Vegas for 34 years. He's never been busier than this season. → Read More

Suspects await trial 2 years after deadly Thanksgiving shooting spree in Henderson

The suspects accused in a deadly Thanksgiving shooting spree in Henderson are still awaiting trial two years later. → Read More

Safety concerns continue after second collision at North Las Vegas Airport since July

A helicopter collided with a Cessna Friday morning at the North Las Vegas Airport. No major injuries were reported but the incident is once again raising safety concerns. → Read More

Woman arrested for 7 felonies in Las Vegas sex trafficking operation

A woman accused of running a sex trafficking operation out of a local massage parlor is finally under arrest. It’s been almost two years since Las Vegas Metropolitan Police shut down the brothel they say she operated in a shopping center on Tropicana near Jones. → Read More

Memorial for Henderson boy hit and killed while walking home is destroyed by another driver

A memorial for a 13-year-old Henderson boy who was walking home from school when he was hit and killed by a reckless driver was run over by another driver over the weekend. → Read More

When will we know who has won Nevada races?

Votes continue to roll in after Election Day in Nevada, ballots dropped in the mail on Election Day or the days before continue to arrive at county election departments. → Read More

Las Vegas police crack 1980 cold case murder with DNA, suspect arrested

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police have arrested a suspect in a 1980 cold case with the help of DNA. → Read More

Neon Museum celebrates 10 years, more than one million visitors

It is an institution that is uniquely Vegas working to preserve the city’s history by saving its neon sign. The last weekend of October, the Neon Museum celebrates a milestone: its 10th birthday! → Read More

Have you met Henderson’s dinosaur man?

A front yard in Henderson is filled with the pre-historic creatures. This time of year, the dinosaurs find themselves in a Halloween world. They have been on display for 16 years and about 40,000 people a year come to see them. → Read More

Elaborate camera network helps officers stop crime on Las Vegas Strip

With millions of people visiting the iconic Las Vegas Strip each year, the challenge to keep everyone safe is daunting. In a special report, FOX5 went inside the Southern Nevada Counter Terrorism Center (SNCTC) inside of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Headquarters to see officers and operators using an extensive network of 600 cameras in action. Thursday, those cameras helped police… → Read More

Clark County School District sued by pro-life students over alleged First Amendment violations

The Clark County School District has been hit with a lawsuit after students alleged their First Amendment rights to free speech were violated. → Read More

Henderson police: 3 arrested in beating death of 62-year-old outside 7/11

Henderson police announced a third arrest Wednesday in the beating death of a 62-year-old man outside a 7/11 store on Boulder Highway. → Read More