Christie’s art auction sets 22 world records, sales top $832M

Twenty-two world records have been set at a Christie’s auction, including the $832 million total for the priciest private collection of artworks and other treasures, owned by Peggy and David Rockefeller.

M Resort owners owe Henderson $15M

When the owners of M Resort showed an interest in Henderson, city officials made things as accommodating as possible — they even deferred payments for several years.

More evacuations ordered as Hawaii braces for Kilauea eruption

A new fissure emitting steam and lava spatter spurred Hawaii officials to call for more evacuations on Sunday as residents braced for an expected eruption from the Kilauea volcano.

Tesla crash probe in Utah examines if autopilot was turned on

A Tesla sedan with a semi-autonomous Autopilot feature rear-ended a fire department truck at 60 mph apparently without braking before impact, but police say it’s unknown if the Autopilot feature was engaged.

French officials question parents, friend of deadly attacker

Investigators working to understand why a 20-year-old French citizen born in the Russian republic of Chechnya went on a stabbing rampage in central Paris detained the dead suspect’s parents and a friend Sunday, French officials said.

Weatherman predicts perfect day for a royal wedding

Forecasters are predicting highs of around 64 degrees for the royal wedding. It is also supposed to be sunny for much of the day in Windsor.

Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, May 13 – VIDEO

Sunday’s headlines: A local mom of four is also a successful coach, and is Las Vegas’ economy still overly dependent on construction workers?

Late comeback attempt falls short in 51s loss to Albuquerque

Patrick Kivlehan popped out to first base and Cody Asche and Johnny Monell both went down swinging, ending the rally as the 51s lost 6-3 in the series opener against Albuquerque on Saturday night at Cashman Field.

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