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

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

  • 17-year-old Andrew Sasse, a Bonanza High School student, fell 80 feet to his death while hiking at Red Rock Canyon. READ MORE

  • Dinner in the Sky, a restaurant suspending guests 180 feet up, announced it will break ground in Las Vegas on June 12. READ MORE

  • Wet 'n' Wild Las Vegas officially opened over Memorial Day Weekend. But the park received mixed reviews from locals. READ MORE

  • Goldilocks Bake Shop and Restaurant on Maryland Parkway was featured in this week's Dirty Dining report. READ MORE

  • Contact 13 helped a local mother following a birthday party food fiasco. She agreed to pay nearly $900 for the party, but was so unhappy with her experience, she needed help getting out of the payment. READ MORE

  • Donald Coburn was arrested for soliciting or engaging in child prostitution. Coburn has worked for Clark County for more than 10 years. READ MORE

  • The mother of 10-year-old Jade Morris, Tejuana Reeves, suffered another heartbreaking loss. Less than six months after Jade was murdered, her 21-year-old son died following an asthma attack. READ MORE

  • Gov. Brian Sandoval recently signed a new bill into law making it illegal to discriminate against a dog based on its breed. READ MORE

  • Mary Yonko of Las Vegas admitted to staging accidents at 10 different businesses to collect insurance money. READ MORE

  • William Smith is accused of sexually assaulting children. He is a registered sex offender who's lived in Las Vegas since 2011. READ MORE

  • Las Vegas police are warning parents of a dangerous drug their kids probably already know about, but the parents more than likely have never heard about. It's called Molly and is a form of Ecstasy. READ MORE

  • A man that died following a single-vehicle crash near Rainbow Draw Avenue and Goldfield Street appears to have been murdered. READ MORE