Most-viewed stories on KTNV.com (Week of June 9)

Take a look at the most-viewed stories on ktnv.com for the week of June 9.

  • A Boy Scout leader died while hiking with several Boy Scouts at Lake Mead National Recreation Area park. READ MORE

  • Five missing siblings, ranging in age from 7 to 14, were reported missing after disappearing from Child Haven. They were later found safe and unharmed. READ MORE

  • One person died after a multiple-vehicle wreck on U.S. 95 southbound near Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson. READ MORE

  • Passengers spoke out after a grueling Allegiant Air situation, where they were put on two separate flights because of mechanical problems and were on the tarmac for hours. Some passengers broke out singing to make light of the situation, while others struggled with the heat. READ MORE

  • The Golden Nugget plans to charge guests to use the Fremont Street Experience. READ MORE

  • A new trend is spreading through various companies across the country: People buying and selling vacation time. READ MORE

  • Arbor, a rescue dog from the Lied Animal Shelter, painted a piece of artwork that was auctioned off to help pets affected by the Oklahoma tornadoes. READ MORE

  • Tourists are speaking out after being ripped off in overnight burglaries at hotels throughout the Las Vegas Strip. READ MORE

  • Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has vowed to veto a bill that would expand background checks for gun sales. READ MORE

  • A standoff involving murder suspect Eric Orduna ended after he surrendered to police and SWAT officers. READ MORE

  • Erin Brockovich was arrested on suspicion of boating while intoxicated at Lake Mead. READ MORE

  • Dinner in the Sky broke ground for the new restaurant in Las Vegas. Guests will dine in the open air, suspended almost 200 feet above the ground. READ MORE