Katelyn Newberg, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Katelyn Newberg

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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  • Las Vegas Review-Journal
Past:
  • The Alligator

Recent articles by Katelyn:

Las Vegas police arrest ex-USA Gymnastics coach on lewdness counts

Las Vegas police on Saturday announced that a former USA Gymnastics coach arrested this week on suspicion of lewdness with a minor may have additional victims. → Read More

Sunday might be hottest in 2 years; cooling stations available

Sunday may be the hottest official temperature for the Las Vegas Valley in nearly two years, as the high is expected to reach 114, the National Weather Service said. → Read More

Clark County sees 837 new coronavirus cases, 10 more deaths

There were 837 new cases of the coronavirus reported on Saturday in Clark County, bringing the total to 22,286, according to the Southern Nevada Health District. → Read More

3, including firefighter, hospitalized in central Las Vegas blaze

Three people, including a firefighter, were hospitalized after a Saturday morning fire that spread to two homes in the central Las Vegas Valley, the Las Vegas Fire Department said. → Read More

3 homicides investigated by Las Vegas police unpublicized in 2020

The Review-Journal has identified three homicides investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department this year that have not been publicized. → Read More

Driver critically injured in central Las Vegas Valley crash

One person was hospitalized in critical condition following a crash Saturday morning at Desert Inn Road and Valley View Boulevard, police said. → Read More

51 Clark County jail inmates test positive for coronavirus in June

Sixty-seven Clark County Detention Center inmates have tested positive for the coronavirus, 51 of whom were identified during widespread testing in June. → Read More

Caesars employee dies after testing positive for COVID-19

Caesars Entertainment on Saturday confirmed an employee has died after testing positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

Motorcyclist dies after crash in North Las Vegas

A motorcyclist has died following a crash Saturday afternoon in North Las Vegas near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Carey Avenue, police said. → Read More

Nevada Highway Patrol trooper involved in shooting in Elko

The Nevada Highway Patrol said a trooper was involved in a shooting Friday night in Northern Nevada. → Read More

1 hospitalized after 3-vehicle accident in central Las Vegas

One person was hospitalized Friday morning after a three-car crash in the central Las Vegas Valley, police said. → Read More

Earthquake felt in Las Vegas Valley

An earthquake was felt in the Las Vegas Valley on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Las Vegas police arrest man on murder charge in tunnel stabbing

A 25-year-old man was booked into the Clark County Detention Center on Sunday in the fatal stabbing of 36-year-old Heather Jensen, police said. → Read More

1 arrested in fatal hit-and-run crash near downtown Las Vegas

A person has been arrested in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash Tuesday morning near downtown Las Vegas. → Read More

Nevada prison testing up to about 54 percent

In May, the Nevada Department of Corrections had tested less than half of 1 percent of its prisoners for the coronavirus, but now more than 6,700 people in the prison facilities have been tested, officials said. → Read More

Classmates visit site of Summerlin crash, ID 2 brothers killed

Classmates who visited a makeshift memorial Saturday afternoon in Summerlin identified two teenage brothers who died in a dirt bike crash on Friday night as David Cox, 18, and Brandon Cox, 14. → Read More

Shay Mikalonis, officer shot at protest, paralyzed from neck down

The LVMPD Dispatch account posted the tweet about 11:40 a.m. Saturday. The message also said Shay Mikalonis is unable to speak but is awake and “seems to recognize his family members.” → Read More

Clark County sees 242 more coronavirus cases, no new deaths

The Southern Nevada Health District reported 242 more cases of the coronavirus in Clark County as of Saturday morning, but no additional deaths. → Read More

Las Vegas police arrest sexual assault suspect; more victims possible

An independent contractor with Cox Communications was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexual assault, and Las Vegas police on Friday announced they are seeking more information about the case. → Read More

Alpine Motel fire survivors start to collect belongings

Some residents of the Alpine Motel Apartments, where a December fire killed six people, were able to retrieve their belongings on Thursday after months of waiting. → Read More