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Valentine’s Day Brings Wet Weather To Las Vegas
 
Valentine’s Day Brings Wet Weather To Las Vegas

Parts of the Las Vegas Valley received more than an inch of rain by 1 p.m. Thursday, triggering numerous vehicle accidents, sparking flooding and prompting at least two swift-water rescues in flood channels. (Mat Luschek/Review-Journal)

Jim Bolla and his family detail his heart problems and battle with cancer
 
Jim Bolla and his family detail his heart problems and battle with cancer

Former UNLV women’s basketball coach Jim Bolla underwent heart surgery and is currently battling with cancer as his daughter, Sasha, prepares to embark on a journey as a collegiate athlete. His family details his fight and what they’ve been through since finding out.

Video produced by Heidi Fang

Nye County couple face 43 counts of allowing child abuse or neglect
 
Nye County couple face 43 counts of allowing child abuse or neglect

The attorney for Marcel and Patricia Chappuis, operators of a private boarding school at the center of an ongoing abuse investigation, accused the Nye County Sheriff’s Office of harrassing and targeting the couple following a bail hearing Thursday morning.

Artist sends love from the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign
 
Artist sends love from the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign

Artist Chris O’Rourke has a giant heart mounted in the back of pickup positioned for photos at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign on the Las Vegas Strip on Valentine’s Day 2019. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Rain doesn’t dampen weddings on Valentine’s Day
 
Rain doesn’t dampen weddings on Valentine’s Day

Charolette Richards, owner of A Little White Wedding Chapel who has been performing weddings for 60 years, started Valentine’s Day 2019 by performing a wdding for Las Vegas couple David and Elaine Cook at the chapel’s Tunnel of Love drive-thru. Richards has over 100 weddings booked for Valentine’s Day. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Swift-water rescue in Las Vegas
 
Swift-water rescue in Las Vegas

The Clark County Fire Department rescued one person from the flooded Durango Wash in Las Vegas on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. (Mat Luschek/Review-Journal)

Swift water rescue at Durango Wash in Las Vegas
 
Swift water rescue at Durango Wash in Las Vegas

On Thursday, February 14, 2019, at approximately 8:42 a.m., the Clark County Fire Department responded to a report of a swift water incident where people were trapped in the Durango wash which is located near 8771 Halcon Ave. Personnel found one person who was trapped in the flood channel. The individual was transported to the hospital in stable condition. Video by Clark County Fire & Rescue.

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