Drew Andre, FOX 5 Las Vegas

Drew Andre

FOX 5 Las Vegas

California, United States

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Recent articles by Drew:

Woman who stole RTC bus charged with larceny

A woman is facing a grand larceny charge and being held on $10,000 bond after allegedly stealing an RTC bus on Jan. 21. → Read More

NFL connects Las Vegas minority owned businesses to potential Super Bowl LVIII contracts

The 2024 Super Bowl will pour millions into the Las Vegas economy and lift up local businesses. → Read More

LVMPD: 16-year-old McDonald’s employee shot toward crowd on Fremont Street

A 16-year-old is facing felony charges after Las Vegas police said he fired a 9MM handgun in the direction of a crowd on the Fremont Street Experience. → Read More

Slow 911 response times prompt change in ambulance coverage in Clark County

When you dial 911 Clark County ambulances have just under 12 minutes to respond. The ambulance providers are contracted to meet that mark 90% of the time, but in a 17-month period, the two largest providers in the county have not, according to the Clark County Fire Department. → Read More

What to do if you can’t find kids medicine at Las Vegas stores

This holiday season the most important shopping for lots of parents are finding medicine for their child. → Read More

New owners turn Las Vegas motel into modern apartments after fire

The site of the Alpine Motel Apartments fire in Las Vegas now has a total rebuild. → Read More

Nevada commission recommends hospitals add fentanyl to standard drug screening

A new recommendation by the Executive Committee to Review the Death of Children is calling on Nevada hospitals to test for fentanyl, as overdoses from the synthetic drug continue to rise. → Read More

A’s future home will be decided in 2023

Time is running out on the city of Oakland solidifying a deal with the A’s. → Read More

Major sporting events Las Vegas could land next

The NCAA announced Tuesday that Las Vegas will host the 2028 men’s basketball Final Four at Allegiant Stadium. → Read More

Ex-security guard shot on the Strip opens restaurant in North Las Vegas on Thanksgiving

Kraig Dodson welcomed in customers with a smile on Thanksgiving. → Read More

Squatters cause more issues for residents of downtown Las Vegas townhomes in massive June fire

Over the summer Las Vegas firefighters battled what they said was the biggest fire within city limits in a quarter century. → Read More

Boulder City is dimming lights to draw in dark sky tourism

Boulder City is hoping to gain a new kind of tourism by limiting light pollution. → Read More

Woman accused of killing California psychiatrist reaches plea deal

The woman accused of killing a California psychiatrist has reached a plea deal, according to court records. → Read More

Nevada’s Silver Alert changed following death of missing Indiana man

A missing couple’s story sparked change in Nevada’s Silver Alert system. → Read More

Las Vegas officer killed in line of duty remembered by loved ones as humble, selfless

Las Vegas police Officer Truong Thai was killed while responding to a call near UNLV. → Read More

Victim’s family speaks out after Las Vegas man faces charges in 2nd deadly DUI crash

A Las Vegas man is facing charges in a deadly DUI crash, for the second time in a decade. → Read More

How the Aces success changes the sports landscape in Las Vegas

The Aces brought home the first major professional sports championship trophy to Las Vegas, and UNLV sports management professor Nancy Lough said it is setting the tone for the future of Las Vegas sports. → Read More

New bivalent COVID vaccine booster available across Southern Nevada

The latest COVID-19 vaccine booster is available in Southern Nevada for everyone 12 and up, and health officials say it differs from the previous shots. → Read More

Shortage of Las Vegas officials impacting youth sports

Fall sports are well underway in the Las Vegas valley, but the same problem persists. It’s a challenge to field enough referees. → Read More

A Fighting Chance: New program introduces underprivileged Las Vegas high school students to MMA

Inside Syndicate MMA gym in the southwest valley, professional fighters train around the clock, but over the last few months a new crowd of high school students are learning the craft. → Read More