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Driving You Crazy: 'Yield to pedestrian' signs needed

HENDERSON, Nev. - Steve wants to know if there are plans to install more “yield to pedestrian” signs near Green Valley Parkway and Warm Springs Road. He says people need these reminders.

Henderson representatives say the signs are effective. City crews install them when Henderson's Public Works Department feels drivers need extra guidance or if the yielding point isn't obvious.

This is usually the issue at all mid-block crosswalks and some intersection crosswalks.

Henderson representatives say they routinely install the signs with new crosswalks, but have also added the signs to existing crosswalks.

If you see a mid-block crosswalk that could use this particular sign, the City of Henderson will evaluate the location. Call 702-267-3099 to alert the city about these locations.

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

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Henderson Police seek suspect in race, sports book robbery

HENDERSON, Nev. -- Henderson Police said they need the public's help in identifying a man who allegedly robbed the Sunset Station Hotel and Casino Race and Sports Book.

Officers said the suspect approached a casino employee around 6 p.m. Saturday and showed a handgun before demanding money.

The employee obliged and handed the suspect an undisclosed amount of cash before fleeing the casino on foot, according to authorities.

No one was hurt during the robbery.

The suspect is described as a white male, between 5 feet, 8 inches and 5 feet, 9 inches tall. Detectives said he has a muscular build and he was last seen wearing a dark, long-sleeved t-shirt, gloves, and a black baseball hat.

Officers hope the casino's surveillance footage will help them identify the suspect.

Anyone with information in this case is urged to call the Henderson Police Department at 702-267-4750. To remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

President Obama leaves Las Vegas

 LAS VEGAS -- After spending the weekend in Las Vegas, President Barack Obama left Nevada Sunday to return to Washington D.C.

Air Force One departed from McCarran International Airport around 10:45 a.m. Over the weekend, Obama stayed in Henderson and spent some time golfing at Reflection Bay Golf Club.

The president arrived in Las Vegas on Friday for and visited a Las Vegas High School to sign an executive order on immigration.

With him aboard Air Force One was a delegation of congressional Democrats including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Nevada U.S. Reps. Dina Titus and Steven Horsford.

The president says his executive order will protect as many as 5 million immigrants who are illegally in the United States from deportation.









President Obama to spend weekend in Las Vegas area

LAS VEGAS-- President Barack Obama is getting ready to leave Las Vegas. He spent the night Saturday in nearby Henderson.

The White House press office said his motorcade left the hotel around 7:30 a.m. The president then went to the Reflection Bay Golf Club where he is expected to hit the driving range.

The president arrived in Las Vegas on Friday and visited a Las Vegas High School to sign an executive order on immigration.

With him aboard Air Force One was a delegation of congressional Democrats including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Nevada U.S. Reps. Dina Titus and Steven Horsford.

The president says his executive order will protect as many as 5 million immigrants who are illegally in the United States from deportation. 



Air Force One is expected to take off this morning around 10:40 a.m. The president is heading back to Washington, D.C.











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Newlywed's family begs for hit-and-run driver to turn self in

HENDERSON, Nev.  -- The family of a newlywed killed over the weekend is asking for help in finding the hit-and-run driver who killed Mario Regalado.

The crash happened Saturday afternoon near Eastern and Evansville avenues.  That's where Regalado was riding his bike when someone hit him and took off. 

Police say they have found the car, a 90s model sedan, involved in the crash, but the driver hasn't been located.

Regalado, 43, was always out cycling and loved being active, but this was the one ride that ended his life.

Days before the crash, his daughter Bella, gave him a present.

"He has this road ID bracelet that his daughter had just given him, two days ago," said Melissa Moses, Regalado's wife.

Saturday was the first time he wore the bracelet.

"It has my name, contact info and No.













Bicyclist struck and killed in hit-and-run ID'd

HENDERSON, Nev. -- The Clark County Coroner's Office has identified Mario Regalado of Las Vegas as the bicyclist killed in a hit-and-run crash on Eastern Avenue near Evansville Avenue.

Henderson Police said the driver of the car fled the scene after he hit the 43-year-old from behind when he was riding his bike. It happened in the right lane near the curb around 2 p.m.

Officers said traffic was moving slowly when the suspect's car, tried to switch lanes, but police said the driver, whose identity is still a mystery was speeding. 

Henderson Police said it was a passerby who stopped to help Regalado and call 911 after he was hit.  The 43-year-old was taken to St. Rose Dominican Hospital – Siena Campus where he was pronounced dead.

The hit-and-run vehicle is described as a blue 1990s model Honda or Acura sedan with Nevada license plate 871-LZH.







Students speak out about sex ed curriculum at CCSD meeting

LAS VEGAS -- Birth control, abstinence, homosexuality and the list goes on and on, but so does the debate over how Clark County educators should update the sex education curriculum.

For weeks the Clark County School District has held open forums in order to allow parents, students and other community residents to express their opinion over the sex ed curriculum.

For the first time at Wednesday's board meeting at the Flamingo Greer Education Center, trustees publicly chatted about the feedback they've received so far.

Students at the meeting held signs and stated that the current curriculum the way it is now, is extremely vague and too conservative. Students said they want the real-life issues they face to be apart of the sex ed curriculum.

“I think we need to talk about identity formation; we need to talk healthy relationships and how to prevent rape and sexual assault, along with contraception,” said Caitlyn Caruso, a junior at Nevada Learning Academy.