Most-viewed stories on KTNV.com (Week of Aug. 10)

Take a look at the most-viewed stories on ktnv.com for the week of Aug. 10.

  • MMA fighter War Machine was arrested. Dog the Bounty Hunter was on the hunt for him before his arrest. READ MORE

  • SLS Las Vegas revealed design details prior to its Aug. 23 opening. READ MORE SLS Las Vegas

  • Two dozen passengers were rescued after being trapped for hours on a Maryland roller coaster. READ MORE

  • An Oklahoma family discovered a rattlesnake inside a case of water purchased at Walmart. READ MORE

  • Yun Nan Garden, Ichiban and Church's Chicken were featured in Dirty Dining. READ MORE

  • Robin Williams was found dead in his California home after hanging himself. READ MORE Getty Images

  • A couple's baby announcement video (#ShareaCoke) went viral. READ MORE

  • Two people are dead following a domestic dispute. READ MORE

  • Celine Dion canceled her shows in Las Vegas, along with her Asian tour. READ MORE Getty Images

  • Las Vegas police were involved in a shooting near Oso Blanca Road and Farm Road. READ MORE

  • The Southern Nevada Bully Breed Rescue has been evicted. READ MORE

  • Accused Las Vegas Strip shooter Ammar Harris, and six others have been charged in a prison cellphone plot. READ MORE

  • We received dozens of viewer photos following several storms this week. PHOTOS

  • A Utah woman was badly injured after drinking tea at Dickey's Barbecue Pit. READ MORE

  • Family of 25-year-old motorcyclist John Strunk, who was killed in a crash, spoke out to Action News. READ MORE

  • Anishya Douglas has been arrested after eluding police following a fatal shooting. READ MORE

  • The coroner identified the man killed in a crash near U.S. 95 and Flamingo. READ MORE

  • The founder of the animal sanctuary dubbed the "Sanctuary of Sorrow" is now behind bars. READ MORE

  • The Mountain Ridge All-Stars headed to the Little League World Series. READ MORE Roland Watkins

  • A storm this week damaged docks at the Las Vegas Boat Harbor at Lake Mead. READ MORE