🌱 Police Say Woman's Death Was Foul Play + First Latino Hotel-Casino
Good morning, neighbors. I'm back with your new copy of the Las Vegas Daily. Let's get this Wednesday started off right with a quick review of the most important things happening these days in town.
But first, today's weather:
Mostly sunny and cool. High: 56 Low: 35.
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Here are the top three stories today in Las Vegas:
- Las Vegas police believe foul play was involved in the death of a woman over the weekend. On Sunday, the woman's body was found inside a home on the 4000 block of Edgeford Place, just West of the Las Vegas Strip. Police are investigating the murder. (Las Vegas Sun)
- Hundreds of elementary school students are now full of confidence with their brand-new shoes. Michael Naft, a commissioner with Clark County, accompanied the "Shoes That Fit" nonprofit to deliver 650 pairs of shoes to students at Helen Jydstrup Elementary. (News3LV)
- A newly renovated Las Vegas hotel and casino, Ojos Locos Sports Cantina Y Casino and Hotel Jefe, was specifically tailored to the Latino community. The hotel and casino will make its big debut on Monday, Feb. 6. The location will be the first U.S. hotel-casino devoted to the Latino community and will be located at 3227 Civic Center Dr. in North Las Vegas. (Fox 5 Las Vegas)
- Teen Lounge - Decorate Tote Bags At West Charleston Library (3:30 PM)
- Zombie Burlesque At Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino (8:00 PM)
From my notebook:
- Are you a coffee connoisseur but don't necessarily want to leave the comfort of your home to grab a cold brew? DoorDash has you covered! Starbucks and DoorDash partnered to offer coffee delivery to Las Vegas Valley residents – starting now! (Fox 5 Las Vegas)
- A recent Lawn Love report scored Las Vegas as the fourth-best city for kid-friendly vacations. The company compared to 200 cities across the U.S., where experts looked at family-friendly accommodations, attractions, and restaurants while also considering transportation options, affordability, safety, and more. (News3LV)
- New homes have been listed for sale in the Las Vegas area! Get all the property details at the link. (Las Vegas Patch)
You're all caught up for today! I'll see you soon.
— Lauren Kubiak
About me: Lauren is a freelance copywriter for content creation agency Lightning Media Partners. She graduated from Rowan University with a Bachelor’s Degree in journalism. She is a full-time editor at an association management firm, editing peer-reviewed nursing journals, textbooks, and newsletters.