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Man shoots, kills self inside M Resort

HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) -- The man who opened fire at a suburban Las Vegas casino-resort on Easter Sunday reportedly says he killed himself after being banned and accused of harassing female buffet workers.

Police say the man was found dead with an apparent self-inflicted wound around 5 p.m. Sunday near the buffet at M Resort Spa and Casino in Henderson. At the same time, a car fire was reported in the parking garage. Police said on Monday the car fire was linked to the suicide.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal said Monday that it received a package from John Noble.

The Las Vegas man had said the casino gave him a free lifetime gift of daily buffet meals but revoked it over alleged harassment of the restaurant employees.

The package contained nearly 300 pages, photos and a DVD.

The casino could not immediately be reached for comment.

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Motorcycle killed in crash Sunday ID'd

LAS VEGAS -- The Clark County Coroner's office has identified the motorcyclist killed in a crash Sunday as 21-year-old Roberto Orozco of Las Vegas.

He died after being thrown from his bike on US 95 northbound near Wagonwheel Drive around 1 p.m.

No one else was injured, but Nevada Highway Patrol says at least one other vehicle may have been involved in the crash. 

This is the 51st motor crash fatality in the valley in 2015.

Driving You Crazy: Uneven, narrow conditions on Starr Avenue

HENDERSON, Nev. - Marcia says the lanes on Starr Avenue are unbalanced. She says the street is narrow near Gilespie Street.

Henderson is taking the lead on a project to improve Starr Avenue. Crews will widen the road from Las Vegas Boulevard to Bermuda Road. The plan is to complete the design by summer and start construction by the end of the year. The project will also add medians, markings and signs.

Crews will eventually extend Starr from Bermuda to St. Rose Parkway.

The estimated cost for this project is $4.5 million. The gas tax will pay for the work.

What's driving you crazy? E-mail your traffic questions and complaints to Demetria Obilor.

Pedestrian struck by taxi cab dies

 LAS VEGAS -- A pedestrian who was struck by a Checker Cab Monday morning died later that day from his injuries, Metro Police said.

Oscar Camara-Castillo, 22, was hit by the Toyota Scion around 1:50 a.m. on Boulder Highway south of Russell Road. Camara-Castillo was not in a crosswalk, police said.

The cab driver suffered minor injuries.

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'Brady's Bill' to ease penalties of underage drinkers

LAS VEGAS -- A Las Vegas mother is teaming up with a valley teen in an effort to change a Nevada law involving underage drinking.

Kimberly Caipa and 18-year-old Rose Asaf introduce State Senate Bill 464 to the State Senate Judiciary Committee Monday. SB 464, also known as 'Brady's Bill,' will give immunity to minors who were drinking if they end up having to call 911 to help a fellow teen.

"We want to stress that SB 464 addresses concerns about underage drinking by empowering young people to make the right and responsible decision to seek medical assistance without hesitation and without fear of legal consequences," said Rose Asaf, Nevada Youth Legislature.

Similar laws already exist in 23 states and the District of Columbia.

Driving You Crazy: Road work along Stephanie Street

HENDERSON, Nev. - Randy wants details about an emerging construction project on Stephanie Street near U.S. 95.

The recent road work marks the beginning stages of a $20 million improvement project funded by the Regional Transportation Commission's gas tax.

Crews are creating a support structure for a new bridge across U.S. 95. Henderson officials say work on the bridge will likely start in June or July, but steel won't go up until early next year.

Stephanie will eventually be widened to six travel lanes with median islands, fresh pavement markings and signage. Crews may also install a traffic signal at the Patrick Lane intersection.

What's driving you crazy? E-mail your traffic questions and complaints to Demetria Obilor.

Dooley Elementary on lockdown for nearby police investigation

HENDERSON, Nev. — Henderson Police placed an elementary school on lockdown early Friday afternoon while investigating a report of shots fired.

Dooley Elementary in southeast Henderson was put into lockdown after 11 a.m., police said. 

No one was hurt in the incident. Police said they did not have information on possible suspects.

No other information was immediately available.

This is a developing story.