Friday, August 20 2010 7:01 PM EDT2010-08-21 00:01:41 GMT
The Suncoast Hotel and Casino has renewed a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect involved in a robbery and murder that happened in 2005.More>>
The reward for information in a murder that happened one year ago has been increased and the victim's daughter is now speaking out.
Julie Miller, 68, was shot and killed last August in the parking lot of the Suncoast Hotel and Casino.
Miller was leaving the hotel with her husband when someone approached their car and tried to rob them.
Miller's husband was also shot but he recovered from his injuries. Although the killer was caught on surveillance tape, he has never been found.
Miller's daughter, Stephanisia Westbrook, has added another $10,000 to the reward money, bringing the total to $122,000. She is hoping the extra money will rekindle interest in the case.
"There wasn't anything that Mom and I didn't share," Westbrook said. Her mother was helping her plan her wedding only moments before the shooting happened. Mother and daughter had been talking on the phone trying to work out details.
Westbrook has watched the past year go by without any leads in her mother's murder case.
"As cold as it is, the money might be the bottom line for giving a tip and taking this monster off the streets," she says.
Westbrook wants the man who took her mother to pay.
"I light a candle for her every night and I say a prayer to her," Westbrook added. She says she will not rest until her mother's killer is found.
The police manhunt for the suspect who shot a local couple outside the Suncoast Hotel got a big boost from Boyd Gaming and the Suncoast. Sheriff Bill Young made the announcement. Read on for funeral donation info.More>>
Police are looking for the man who tried to rob a couple outside the Suncoast. The suspect approached their car demanding money. He then started shooting wounding the husband and killing the wife. More>>
The Suncoast says it has never had an incident as dangerous as the robbery that ended in murder Tuesday morning. The hotel says it does everything it can to protect its customers and believes this is a fluke incident.More>>
Monday, September 1 2014 6:06 PM EDT2014-09-01 22:06:07 GMT
Some medical providers say they often deal with Hispanic patients who are afraid to seek medical care. In some cases, it has to do with a language barrier, but in most cases, it is fear among undocumented immigrants that they could end up being deported. More>>
Some medical providers say they often deal with Hispanic patients who are afraid to seek medical care. It's hoped the opening of a new medical clinic will change that.
Monday, September 1 2014 5:58 PM EDT2014-09-01 21:58:50 GMT
The three-day holiday weekend ended with visitors crowding the airport and freeways as they made their way back home. According to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Association, around 313,000 people visited Las Vegas over the Labor Day weekend. More>>
The three-day holiday weekend ended with visitors crowding the airport and freeways as they made their way back home.
Monday, September 1 2014 5:51 PM EDT2014-09-01 21:51:43 GMT
Tens of thousands of people bid farewell to summer by enjoying Lake Mead for Labor Day weekend. While there were a few minor rescues, DUI's and boating incidents, the vast majority of people had some fun in the sun. More>>
Tens of thousands of people bid farewell to summer by enjoying Lake Mead for Labor Day weekend. While there were a few minor rescues, DUI's and boating incidents, the vast majority of people had some fun in the sun.