Here are your Saturday morning headlines:
1. A man driving a sports car was arrested yesterday after hitting cars outside of a Las Vegas school. The man was trying to run down a woman and her sister after an argument. One woman was sent to the hospital and is expected to be OK. The man faces two counts of attempted murder, with more charges likely to be added.
2. Two people were arrested earlier this month after using Snapchat to recruit a woman into prostitution. A woman told Las Vegas police she was contacted in January by a friend via Snapchat. She was told she “was pretty and could make a lot of money” if she moved to Las Vegas to work as an exotic dancer and escort. The woman initially worked as a prostitute voluntarily, but was threatened by her friend’s boyfriend when she tried to quit.
3. Walmart is now testing a service that lets a delivery person enter your home to drop off packages or put food in the fridge when no one is home. The retailer is testing the service with a small group of shoppers in California’s Silicon Valley who have internet-connected locks. The service is designed for busy families that don’t have time to stop at the store. Walmart also recently teamed up with Google to offer voice-activated shopping.
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