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'MayPac' pop-up store on Fremont looks to cash in on the fight

LAS VEGAS -- A new ‘MayPac' pop-up store that will be selling gear for the two fighters has been erected on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street.

The fight is expected to generate top dollar and the Mayweather and Pacquiao co-owned store is looking to cash in on the retail merchandise.

"It's incredible to create a shop for just one fight. It's incredible. It's U.S.A.," said a French tourist passing by the pop-up store.

The merchandise is not cheap though, for what is being called the fight of the century.

Posters are selling for $20 and Tee-shirts are $50. Want a pair of boxing gloves? They are $150.

When asked about the expensive prices, Nicole Craig of Mayweather Promotions said, "We wanted to give good quality and good quality costs. We wanted to make sure that the merchandise they purchase would not be faded when they go home to wash it next week."

Fans of the fight were asked if the prices were worth it.

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Boyfriend of drive-by shooting victim speaks out

LAS VEGAS -- For the first time, one of the people closest to the innocent bystander killed in a drive-by shooting is speaking out.

This comes as Metro Police release a cell phone video of a man they believe could lead them to Cassandra Cassidy's killer.

Adam Loghides, the victim's boyfriend, says he has nothing to say to the person responsible for his girlfriend's death, but he does want people to know about the woman he planned to be with forever.

"We kissed each other goodbye and I said 'i love you,'" Loghides said.

Those were the last words he said to his girlfriend Cassandra.

"I'm really happy that she got to hear that one last time," he said.

Loghides says Cassandra Cassidy always checked in with him when she arrived at work for her overnight shift.











Police seek help to ID man following woman's shooting

 LAS VEGAS -- Metro Police released a video Tuesday showing a man they hope the public can help identify or locate. 

Police want to talk to him in connection with a drive-by shooting that killed an innocent bystander Friday night.

Cassandra Cassidy, 24, was shot as she arrived at her job on Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. Cassidy was standing outside Solutions Recovery drug and alcohol treatment center when two women approached her and said they needed to use her phone because someone was chasing them. 

Moments later, Cassidy was struck by gunfire from a car.

Police released the video clip in hopes the public can help identify and locate the man.

Anyone with information is being asked to call Metro Homicide Section at (702)828-3521.

Downtown Project to debut first 'parklet'

LAS VEGAS - The Downtown Project is introducing a new hangout spot where people can meet and greet while sitting on the street.

The Downtown Project is launching the first “parklet” in Las Vegas. It resembles a typical sitting area, but this one is positioned on the street on top of a parking space.

The idea started in San Francisco and has gained national attention.

John Curran is with the Downtown Project. He created the city's parklet. He says the purpose is to address the shortage of parks in downtown Las Vegas.

He says the parklet transforms an existing parking space into a lounge area that is outfitted with chess and checkers for anyone to use.

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Family, friends, co-workers grieve innocent bystander's death

LAS VEGAS -- Police need your help finding the people responsible for the shooting death of an innocent bystander.



Mobile pet adoption event scheduled for today

 LAS VEGAS -- The World's largest pet mobile adoption event will take place in Las Vegas on Thursday, April 16.

Adopt A Rescue Pet is joining forces with North Shore Animal League America's 2015 Tour For Life to help get dogs, cats, puppies and kittens forever homes. The Tour For Life will visit 37 cities.

The tour stops in Las Vegas at the C-A-L Ranch store at 232 North Jones Boulevard on April 16 from 2 p.m .to 7 p.m.

Woman shot in the face, suspect on the loose

 LAS VEGAS -- Metro Police are investigating a shooting that sent a woman to the hospital Wednesday morning after being shot in the face and one leg.

The shooting happened around 9:15 a.m. in the 700 block of Owens Avenue, near H Street. The woman was transported to University Medical Center with non life-threatening injuries, police said.

No suspect is in custody.