Most-viewed stories on KTNV.com (Week of Jan. 26)

Take a look at the most-viewed stories on ktnv.com for the week of Jan. 26.

  • More than 100 dogs kept in deplorable conditions have been removed from that sanctuary of sorrow, and many are now being adopted and rehabilitated. READ MORE

  • The 56th annual Grammy Awards were held in Los Angeles. PHOTOS Reuters, Mario Anzuoni

  • Mr. Sandwich and Dulce Donuts were featured in this week's Dirty Dining. READ MORE

  • Las Vegas police were called to a report of a man with a weapon who was possibly suicidal at Nellis Air Force Base. READ MORE

  • Two men were arrested for their involvement in a marijuana bust involving four grow houses valued at $5.6 million. READ MORE

  • A female bank robbery suspect is wanted by Las Vegas police. READ MORE

  • Chinese New Year celebrations kicked off in Las Vegas. READ MORE Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton

  • 43-year-old Jessie Washington of Las Vegas was arrested for his involvement in a local murder. READ MORE

  • Dozens of cosmetology students face an uncertain future after the locks were changed on their beauty school this week in connection with an eviction. READ MORE

  • More big names were announced for The Shops at Summerlin. READ MORE The Shops at Summerlin

  • The Better Business Bureau is warning about a new way crooks can wreck your credit. It's called the $9.84 Scam. READ MORE

  • Former San Francisco 49ers player Dwight Hicks visited Brazyl Ward at the rehab center she's recovering at. READ MORE Ward Family