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Henderson to Turn into Tropical Paradise

HENDERSON, Nev. -- The City of Henderson is set to transform into a tropical paradise in September. The 20th annual Prince Jonah Kuhio Ho'olaule'a Pacific Islands Festival will be held September 11 and 12 at the Henderson Events Plaza on Water Street.

The Ho'olaule'a Pacific Islands Festival features all things Hawaiian, Tahitian and Polynesian from leis to hula dancing and much more. The event will also showcase more than 100 exotic food and craft vendors along with two stages of live entertainment.

Last year, more than 40,000 people attended the festival. A portion of the proceeds will help fund the Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club Founders Scholarship which supports Hawaiians in their quest to attain higher levels of education.

To learn more about the festival click here or call 267-2171 or go to Henderson Live.

I-Team: Boulder City Man Loses Insurance Because of His Dog

Meet Olivia, the Akita. She's not quite 6-years-old, but already packing quite a life story. An early accident led to a hip replacement. A run in with a pit bull left her with a mutilated ear. And when her owner Jeff Good moved into their Boulder City home five years ago, Olivia had an encounter with burglars who broke in.

"We found a piece of a blue jean chunk laying on the floor where she had ripped his back end out and drips of blood all the way back to the window where, you could tell, she put him back out the same window he came in," said Good.

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Boulder City Boat Races Planned

BOULDER CITY, Nev. -- Boulder City residents wanting to take part in the 10th Annual Cardboard Boat Race can learn how to build their boat this week.

On Friday, July 16 a "Cardboard Boat Building Workshop" will be hosted by the staff at the Boulder City Pool. From 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., staff will have generic supplies from glue, scissors, rulers, pencils and markers to help build cardboard boats. However, you will need to bring specific supplies needed to create your boat.

Call 293-9286 to register for the workshop, a reservation is needed because space is limited.

The 10th Annual Cardboard Boat Race will then be held on Wednesday, July 21 at 7 p.m.

Fraudulent Solicitors Arrested in Boulder City

BOULDER CITY, Nev.  -- Two men are facing charges after an alert Boulder City resident called police.

Police say the men were claiming to collect money for the Wounded Warrior Project and the homeowner, a retired Army intelligence officer, got suspicious and called police.

Twenty-five-year-old Justin Eugene-Shaw Young and 21-year-old John William Lambert, both from Arizona, were arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit fraud.

The police say they confiscated paperwork showing the two men had collected thousands of dollars from 198 donors in Arizona.

Explosive Demonstration Gets Safety Message Out

BOULDER CITY, Nev. -- They're beautiful and light up the night sky, but law enforcement are on the watch for the misuse of fireworks this Fourth of July. The gunpowder inside can easily be ignited, causing serious injury, even death.

A training class for law enforcement was held Friday in Boulder City. It was also open to the public. Local law enforcement doesn't deal with explosives on a frequent basis so this was an opportunity to learn how to handle those materials safely.

Whether it's an innocent experimentation by kids or an organized attack, police must be on alert. Gunpowder can easily be turned into an explosive device that can do serious harm. Law enforcement says the best way to educate, is to show how easily things can blow up. More than 15 explosive devices were set off.

Fourth of July Fireworks and Events 2013

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The Smith Center's Fourth with the Phil (July 4)

The entire family can enjoy an evening of fun, food and fireworks at Symphony Park. There will be live entertainment on the outdoor stage including blue grass and jazz bands. The event starts at 4 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m.

The Las Vegas Philharmonic will perform in Reynolds Hall at 7:30 p.m. You can purchase a ticket to concert or stay outside and listen to music piped into the park.

Hundreds Attend Memorial Day Services

BOULDER CITY, Nev. -- Millions of American flags have been placed in cemeteries around the nation. In Boulder City, at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery, veterans, family, friends and dignitaries came to commemorate those solider's on this special day.

Thousands of American flags blow in the wind at the cemetery. A memorial was held honoring the soldiers buried at the cemetery and those still serving abroad.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said we remember those soldiers.

"This day is for all of you to insure their faces are never forgotten and to support their families who are forever changed by war. This is for both our veterans and those who never lived to become veterans," said Reid.

Senator Reid spoke about the families who cope daily with the loss of their loved ones who died for our country.