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Coroner IDs man killed in 2-car crash

LAS VEGAS -- The Clark County Coroner's Office has identified the 76-year-old man killed in a two-car crash along Boulder Highway Wednesday morning as Theodore Riccubuono of Henderson.

According to police, the crash happened at around 11:15 a.m. at Boulder Highway and Russell Road. Police say a Ford F-150 pickup truck was heading north on the highway when a Saturn SL2, driving by Riccubuono, pulled out of a parking lot of a convenience store into the path of the truck.

Riccubuono was taken to University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. The driver of the pickup truck stayed on scene and was not hurt.

The northbound lanes of Boulder Highway were closed for the investigation.

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BREAKING NEWS: Flash Flood warning issued for Henderson

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HENDERSON, Nev. -- The National Weather Service in Las Vegas has issued a flash flood warning for central Clark County until 8:15 p.m. Wednesday.

At 5:13 p.m., weather service Doppler radar indicated flash flooding from a thunderstorm near Henderson. The storm producing flash flooding was nearly stationary. Locations impacted include Henderson and Lake Las Vegas.

Henderson amends zoning for adult novelty stores

The Henderson City Council voted to allow more sexually oriented businesses to open within city limits.

Henderson City Council on Tuesday tried to balance a potential legal liability for the city against the public safety concerns of the community.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Henderson considering more land for sexually oriented businesses

The Henderson City Council is considering changing zoning laws to allow more sexually oriented businesses within city limits.

Henderson is poised to add additional land for sexually oriented businesses in a community that currently has none of them.

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Fmr. sheriff supports expanded background checks on gun sales

LAS VEGAS -- Advocates of universal background checks for gun purchases launched a new effort Monday. This one has the endorsement of former Clark County Sheriff Bill Young.

Young is helping Nevadans for Background Checks collect 100,000 signatures on its petition to get a measure on the 2016 ballot that would require background checks for most gun sales.

The former sheriff, who is now vice president of security at Station Casinos has pretty much stayed out of the spotlight since leaving office.

So the fact that he is publicly supporting this new push for universal background checks on all gun buyers is of note, in part, because he is a strong supporter of the right to bear arms.

According to the group, right now in Nevada, felons, domestic abusers, and people with severe mental illness can purchase guns from unlicensed sellers at gun shows and online with no questions asked.

Man pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter

A Henderson man made a plea deal with prosecutors in murder case.

A 23-year-old Henderson man on Friday pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter with use of a deadly weapon for fatally shooting a woman in October.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Henderson manager no longer on administrative leave

LAS VEGAS -- The Henderson assistant city manager, who was on administrative leave after his arrest for DUI last week, is no longer on leave, according to city officials.

However, Fred Horvath is taking some personal time off.

Horvath was arrested Friday and was released from the Henderson Detention Center a few hours later.

Police sources tell 8 News NOW that his blood alcohol level was .058, which is under the legal limit of .08.