Most-viewed stories on KTNV.com (Week of May 18)

Take a look at the most-viewed stories on ktnv.com for the week of May 18.

  • A father-daughter duo lip syncing the song "Fancy" in their car went viral. READ MORE

  • 19-year-old Levon Movsisyan was killed in a crash near Twain and Grand Canyon. READ MORE

  • Video shows three children shocked while swimming in an apartment swimming pool in Florida. READ MORE

  • Video of an underage pregnancy prank gone wrong, went viral. READ MORE

  • Clayton Bronson died after police said he was shot by his younger brother during an argument. READ MORE

  • A young baseball fan gave a fake game ball to a pretty girl in the stands at a Texas Rangers game. READ MORE

  • Carlito's Burritos and Y.S. Yogurt were featured in this week's Dirty Dining. READ MORE

  • Surveillance video shows a burglar inside a local family's home. READ MORE

  • Jim Johnson turned himself in following the fatal shooting at the Palms. READ MORE

  • Video of valet crashing a Lamborghini Aventador went viral. READ MORE

  • The Billboard Music Awards aired on ABC. PHOTOS Ethan Miller, Getty Images

  • Guns N' Roses opened its residency at Hard Rock Hotel. PHOTOS © Erik Kabik/ retna/ erikkabik.com

  • Police are investigating a bizarre double carjacking involving a taxi. READ MORE

  • More than 100 firefighters battled a fire at Republic Services in North Las Vegas. READ MORE

  • A selfie of a California firefighter on the job went viral. READ MORE

  • The Animal Foundation is at capacity and is offering discounted pet adoptions. READ MORE

  • Some local parents believe non-graduate students should be allowed to walk in their graduation ceremony. READ MORE

  • Jason Griffith was found guilty in the killing and dismemberment of Deborah Flores Narvaez. READ MORE

  • The Cromwell on the Las Vegas Strip officially opened to the public. READ MORE Las Vegas News Bureau, Darrin Bush

  • A veteran used his body as a billboard to demand change with the VA. READ MORE

  • Contact 13 looked at numbers in the annual Air Travel Consumer Report of pets hurt, and even dying while under the care of airlines. READ MORE