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VIDEO: 7 FIGHTS AT LAS VEGAS HIGH SCHOOL BECAUSE OF DRESS CODE CHANGES

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Really? Dress code changes lead to multiple fights at Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas. Two students were arrested for fighting while six others were cited for causing a disturbance. Give them school uniform like in private schools!

“Everybody is so mad about the dress code,” said Niyah Rheed. “No leggings, no jogging pants, no sweat pants, no flip-flops, no holes in your pants, none of that.”

 

From  KTNV :

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – There was chaos at a Las Vegas high school Thursday afternoon after multiple fights broke out, resulting in two arrests.

Students sent 13 Action News video of what happened at Desert Oasis High School. In the video, you can see students tackling other students to the ground. In one of the videos, girls had their shirts ripped off.

Students also say along with the fights, there was a giant food fight.

Adam Gallegos, a junior, watched the chaos all around him.

“I had never seen this stuff before in my entire life,” he says. “There was a bunch of people hitting each other. There was food flying everywhere. There was apples flying.”

“It was probably the craziest thing I’ve ever seen,” says Adam’s older brother, Zachary. “I walked up and there were people on the ground, security guards. Trying to break it up.”

13 Action News was told a big reason for the fights was to protest the new dress code.

“Everybody is so mad about the dress code,” said Niyah Rheed. “No leggings, no jogging pants, no sweat pants, no flip-flops, no holes in your pants, none of that.”

13 Action News learned the principal made an announcement saying anyone upset about the dress code will have an opportunity to speak their mind to the student council.

Two students were arrested for fighting while six others were cited for causing a disturbance.

 

 

LAS VEGAS RAIDERS STADIUM COULD FOREVER CHANGE VEGAS TOURISM LANDSCAPE…HEY, HOW ABOUT DISNEY IN VEGAS?

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  • Future events at Raiders Stadium: The Las Vegas Bowl. Neutral-site college football games. Concerts by big-time performers big enough to draw stadium crowds. The Super Bowl. A massive UFC or boxing ticket. World-class soccer exhibitions. The NCAA basketball Final Four. National political conventions

According to Las Vegas-Review Journal, the Oakland Raiders relocating to Las Vegas is a move that would enable the Las Vegas Stadium Authority to sign agreements with a developer and an events company for a new public venue that not only would house football games involving the Raiders and UNLV, but also large special events for which Las Vegas has become famous.

Yes, there will be eight Raiders home games and two exhibition games. Yes, UNLV will play its home games there and get dates for events like graduations.

Then come the things we’ve become famous for and are well-equipped to accommodate large crowds.

The Las Vegas Bowl. Neutral-site college football games. Concerts by big-time performers big enough to draw stadium crowds. The Super Bowl. A massive UFC or boxing ticket. World-class soccer exhibitions. The NCAA basketball Final Four. National political conventions.

READ MORE: Upcoming Raiders vote could forever change Las Vegas tourism landscape

 

ROLANDO CARDENAS: LAS VEGAS SHOOTER, 5 FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW

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Rolando Cardenas has been charged with murder and attempted murder. He surrendered to a SWAT team in Las Vegas on Saturday after a four hour standoff (above)  

Rolando Cardenas: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  1. Cardenas Surrendered to Police After Barricading Himself on the Bus for About 4 Hours
  2. He Has Lived in the Las Vegas Area for Several Years & Does Not Appear to Have a Criminal Record – previously lived in Hawaii.
  3. Cardenas Is Being Held Without Bail on Charges Including Murder, Attempted Murder & Burglary
  4. A GoFundMe Account Has Been Set Up for the Victim’s Family
  5. The Shooting Came Hours After 3 Men Wearing Pig Masks Broke Into a Jewelry Store at the Bellagio

 

READ MORE: Rolando Cardenas: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

 

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BUS SHOOTING ON LAS VEGAS STRIP OUTSIDE COSMOPOLITAN, 1 DEAD, 1 INJURED

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1 dead, 1 injured after RTC bus shooting outside Cosmopolitan on Strip

Two people were shot and one has died after a shooting on a Regional Transit Commission bus outside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday.

Las Vegas Metropolitan police department spokesman Officer Larry Hadfield told reporters at 1 p.m. that two people had been shot on the RTC bus and had been taken to University Medical Center, where one died. The condition of the second person is unknown, Hadfield said.

 

Police believe the shooter was still on the bus as of 1:30 p.m. Hadfield would neither confirm nor deny if there were passengers still on the bus as police were in the process of finding and interviewing passengers.

Hadfield said there is no “credible information” that there is a second suspect and there was no “active shooter” situation at any casino.

 

READ MORE: Strip closed after bus shooting outside Cosmopolitan leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

 

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LAS VEGAS ROBBERY IN BELLAGIO CASINO: GUNMAN IN PIG MASK OPENS FIRE IN ROLEX STORE

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BREAKING NEWS: Tourists flee in terror as Las Vegas casino the Bellagio is locked down amid reports of a gunman in a pig mask on the loose

  • Guests and tourists have had to flee the city’s famous Bellagio hotel on the strip
  • Panicked people have tweeted about how they hid under tables 
  • Reports suggest that the shooting is linked to an attempted armed robbery

Read more: BREAKING NEWS: Tourists flee in terror as Las Vegas casino the Bellagio is locked down after gunman in a PIG MASK opens fire in Rolex shop robbery

 

This terrified Bellagio hotel guest tweeted from under a table as she hid from the shooter

 

 

Las Vegas Bellagio in lockdown after reports of a gunman

 

 

 

VIDEO: LAS VEGAS STRIP FIGHT AFTER ‘RAPE’ CHARGE, GUITAR MAN BODY SLAMMED BY ‘RAPIST’ MAN IN COSTUME

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Incident: A man with a guitar and another dressed as Eeyore are seen before fighting with one anotherAccusation: A woman in a hat claimed that one man was a 'rapist'

A  Las Vegas fight broke out between a man with guitar and a costumed man after a woman accused a man dressed in a Eeyore onesie of raping her while she was drunk:

‘He took advantage of me f****** while I was too drunk while my dude was f****** working,’ she says.

A voice off-camera says: ‘You guys drug me into a position so you could get naked so then you could take my s***.’

‘No I didn’t!’ the woman in the hat yells.

‘You took everything I had!’ the voice says.

The voice later says in the dispute: ‘I didn’t give you s***. You undressed yourself.’ 

At one point, the man in the Eeyore onesie yells : ‘Flex on me fool! What the f*** you gonna do, b****?’

During the fight, the man dressed as Eeyore manages to pick up and body slam the man with guitar, who loudly thuds to the ground.

The woman in the hat rushes up to the costumed man, hitting and kicking him. After the fight is broken up, people are seen with the man who was body-slammed.

 SOURCE: The shocking moment a thug in an Eeyore onesie body slams a guitar-wielding man on the Vegas strip and knocks him out cold

 

Shocking: The man dressed as Eeyore manages to pick up and body slam the man, who loudly thuds to the groundCaught on camera: The man in the Eeyore outfit proceeds to strike the man on the ground

 

 

 

HELL NO! LAS VEGAS’ McCARRAN INTL. AIRPORT TO BE RENAMED HARRY REID INTL. AIRPORT IF BILL GETS PASSED FRIDAY – CALL CARSON CITY AND SAY NO!

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NO WAY! Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport would be renamed Dirty Dingy Harry Reid International Airport if bill gets passed. Reid called for McCarran’s name to be removed from the Las Vegas airport in 2012 – because he wanted his name instead. Why not just call it Las Vegas International Airport, because that’s what it really is and that’s what people call it.

 

CARSON CITY — Taxpayers will not be on the hook if supporters of Harry Reid are successful in getting the Las Vegas airport renamed for the former U.S. senator.

An amendment to a bill from state Sen. Tick Segerblom, D-Las Vegas, seeking to rename McCarran International Airport as Harry Reid International Airport says any costs of such a change must come from private donors.

Senate Bill 174 to rename the airport will be heard by the Senate Government Affairs Committee on Friday. It could be contentious given the polarizing effects of Reid’s Senate tenure on Nevada voters.

“I’ve gotten a little bit of push back on Harry Reid, but not as much as I thought,” Segerblom said. “I think we will have a very positive hearing.

“To me he symbolizes modern Nevada,” Segerblom said. “When he started that was the old Nevada. And he really grew with Nevada and at the end of his career he really led Nevada.”

First elected to the U.S. House in 1982, Reid served two terms before being elected to the Senate. He assumed the leadership role after Sen. Tom Daschle lost re-election in 2004. Prior to his more than three decades in Washington, Reid served in the Nevada Assembly and as Nevada’s youngest lieutenant governor at age 30 when he was elected in 1970.

 

READ MORE: Taxpayers will not have to foot the bill if Las Vegas airport is renamed

 

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