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Authorities investigating murder in northeast Las Vegas

Police are investigating a homicide in northeast Las Vegas on Oct. 16, 2017. (Jason Westerhaus/FOX5) Cops are investigating a homicide in northeast Las Vegas on Oct. 16, 2017. (Jason Westerhaus/FOX5) Cops are examining a murder in northeast Las Vegas on Oct. 16, 2017. (Jason Westerhaus/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -.

Las Vegas City cops stated they are examining a murder in the northeast portion of the Valley Monday morning. At 5:48 a.m. officers responded to the Cedar Avenue West of Eastern Avenue, near Treasure trove Roadway for reports of a guy depending on the street.

Arriving officers discovered a Hispanic guy in his 40’s with a minimum of one gunshot injury. The guy was required to University Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.

Cops said no one is in custody.

An investigation is continuous.

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Metro investigating lethal west Las Vegas crash

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LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. Las Vegas City cops stated a single person was killed in a lethal head-on crash that also included a 3rd automobile in west Las Vegas Tuesday morning. The occurrence took place at 8:47 a.m. near Buffalo Drive and Alta Drive. Metro traffic bureau Sergeant Paul McCullough validated a senior woman in her 60’s was discovered deceased at the scene by arriving officers.

McCullough said the initial examination indicated that a Honda Civic taking a trip northbound on Buffalo Drive lost control for “unknown reasons” on the roadway and crossed over the center typical onto inbound traffic.

The Civic struck the left front of a Kia Rio traveling southbound on Buffalo Drive resulting in a head-on crash, police said.

Police said the collision triggered the Rio to turn in the travel lanes and was struck on the passenger side by a Ford E350 cargo van that was also taking a trip southbound on Buffalo Drive.

Officers have not identified why the Civic lost control and they pointed out problems was not believed.

Both chauffeurs of the Civic and Rio were transported to University Medical Center. The elderly woman was a guest in the Rio and was officially pronounced deceased by hospital staff.

” They are going to be fine, they suffered some minor injuries,” said McCullough concerning the condition of the two motorists.

The crossway was closed for a couple of hours pending the investigation, cops said.

Inning accordance with cops, witnesses told officers they saw a lorry engaging in a “speed contest” with the Civic prior to the crash.

This is the 85th traffic casualty in City’s jurisdiction for 2017.

Anybody with extra details concerning the possible participation of another vehicle is advised to contact LVMPD’s Mishap Examination Section at 702-828-3128.

FOX5 will continue to upgrade this story as the examination develops.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Anticipate lane closures and hold-ups at Buffalo at Alta while we examine an injury crash at that place.

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Authorities investigating weekend shooting in downtown Las Vegas

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Metro Authorities City Authorities state this automobile was involved in a shooting about 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June 25, 2017, at the crossway of Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard South in downtown Las Vegas.

Metro Authorities state they are investigating the shooting of a bystander Sunday evening after an argument on a downtown street corner intensified into gunplay.

Officers were dispatched about 5:30 p.m. to Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard South, where they discovered a male struggling with a gunshot wound, cops said. He was taken to University Medical Center and was expected to endure, police said.

Two groups of people were arguing when a passenger in a car, who was involved in the conflict, shot through the window, striking the victim, who wasn’t part of the battle, police said.

The vehicle, which was seen owning south and was captured in surveillance pictures, is a two-door sedan with a sunroof and damage behind the guest door, cops said. At least 3 people remained in the automobile, authorities stated.

Everybody associated with the incident gotten away prior to officers arrived, cops said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Metro at 702-828-4135. To stay confidential, contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or online at crimestoppersofnv.com.

City homicide detectives investigating female'' s death after automobile crashed into home

A female is dead after a vehicle crashed through a wall and into a house, and it may have been deliberate, according to Las Vegas authorities.

City was called just after 5 p.m. to the 5500 block of Donaldson Court, a household community near the crossway of Russell and Lindell roadways, police manager Lt. Jeff Goodwin stated.

Authorities were informed a woman had died in the backyard there. The crossway of Russell and Lindell was closed while traffic detectives looked into crash.

Homicide detectives later on got included.

Additional details were not immediately offered.

This is an establishing story. Examine back for updates.

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Officials investigating '' suspicious ' fires at Mohave County churches

Arson detectives in Dolan Springs are attempting to identify what stimulated a pair of “suspicious” fires that destroyed one church and “caused heavy damage” to another Saturday night, according to the Kingman Daily Miner.

The Mohave County, Ariz., locations, Dolan Springs Baptist Church and the Mt. Tipton Neighborhood Church, lie across the street from each other, about 80 miles southeast of Las Vegas.

Fire teams were called to the simultaneous fires about 7 p.m. to Pierce Ferryboat Roadway, the Daily Miner reported Sunday. No one was inside either church at the time of the blaze and no one was injured, however both churches suffered extensive damage.

Officials informed the Daily Miner that the fires were “suspicious in nature.”

On its Facebook page, the Mt. Tipton church wrote: “We are still a Church household we are The Church and we are Overcomers in Christ !!!! There is still going to be a Mt. Tipton Community Church; we will rebuild! God Bless.”.

The Mohave County’s Constable’s Office might not be reached by the Review-Journal for comment Sunday afternoon.

This is a developing story. Inspect back for updates.

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Authorities investigating double homicide on Nellis Boulevard

Police blocked off access to an apartment complex on South Nellis Boulevard on August 11, 2015. (Shannon Moore/FOX5)Cops blocked off access to an apartment complex on South Nellis Boulevard on August 11, 2015. (Shannon Moore/FOX5).
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A double homicide investigation required authorities to block access to an east Las Vegas Valley apartment complex on Tuesday.

Las Vegas Metro police confirmed the investigation in the 3000 block of South Nellis Boulevard, in between Vegas Valley Drive and East Desert Inn Road. Cops said they got a call of the event at 5:07 a.m.

Lt. Dan McGrath, of Metro, said callers reported as many as 10 gunshots from the rear area of the Hamptons apartment building. Officers arrived to discover two the bodies of two Hispanic guys next to automobile.

The motive for the shooting was not immediately understood, though, McGrath kept in mind a percentage of narcotics existed at the scene.

McGrath also said detectives are looking into the possibility of several shooters after 2 different sets of shell housings were found.

Residents of the Hamptons complex were the only individuals enabled to enter during City’s examination.

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Paper: FBI investigating security of Clinton emails

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Democratic governmental confident Hillary Clinton speaks Friday, July 24, 2015, at the New york city University Leonard N. Stern School of Company in New York.

Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015|9:55 p.m.

WASHINGTON– The FBI is looking into the security of the private email server that Hillary Rodham Clinton utilized when she was secretary of state, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.

The newspaper also said the FBI has actually asked Clinton legal representative David Kendall about the security of a thumb drive, containing copies of Clinton’s e-mails, that Kendall has.

The Post report cited two confidential government officials, but said Kendall validated that the government was investigating the security of the devices.

Clinton’s emails have actually been under scrutiny because it was revealed she used a personal server in her Chappaqua, New york city, house while she was the top U.S. diplomat. Government and congressional private investigators have actually been aiming to figure out whether she sent or got categorized details on unsecured e-mail.

Last month, the inspector general of the united state knowledge neighborhood informed the Justice Department about categorized information included improperly on e-mail that went through Clinton’s home server. The recommendation to the Justice Department did not look for a criminal probe and did not specifically target Clinton.

The two officials pointed out by the Post likewise said that the FBI was not targeting her.

A spokesman for Clinton’s governmental campaign tweeted Tuesday that that Post story “does not change anything … IG sent out ask to DOJ to verify emails are protected.”

“IG demand was noncriminal & & didnt implicate Clinton of wrongdoing,” spokesperson Brian Fallon tweeted. “FBI is ‘not targeting her.'”

An FBI representative contacted Tuesday night by The Associated Press declined to comment, and Kendall did not respond instantly to an emailed request for comment.

State Department representative Mark Toner was asked recently whether the department would be “open” to having the FBI analyze the thumb drive. “We’ve made sure that the documents at her attorneys’ are in a protected setting, but I’m not going to talk to exactly what the FBI should or shouldn’t do,” Toner responded.

OSHA investigating death in northeast part of Las Vegas Valley

Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015|5:59 p.m.

. The Occupational Security and Health Administration is examining a death in the northeast part of the valley Saturday morning, according to City Cops.

The occurrence took place about 11:30 a.m. in the 4100 block of East Gold mine and North Sandhill roadways, Lt. Jeff Goodwin said.

It is unknown whether the death is construction-related, he stated.

No other details were available.

Police investigating stabbing near downtown Vegas

Crime tape appears at the scene of an apparent stabbing on Sunrise Avenue in Las Vegas on Wednesday, July 29. (Source: Adam Lacey/FOX5 Report It)Crime tape appears at the scene of an apparent stabbing on Sunrise Opportunity in Las Vegas on Wednesday, July 29. (Source: Adam Lacey/FOX5 Report It).
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An examination is under way Wednesday into a stabbing near downtown Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Metro authorities verified a call of the incident at 5:54 a.m. in the 2100 block of Dawn Opportunity, near Eastern Opportunity and Fremont Street.

Authorities did not immediately divulge information of the call, consisting of an intention or what lead up to the event.

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FAA investigating Allegiant Air emergency landing

The Federal Aeronautics Administration is investigating why an Allegiant Air air travel from Las Vegas made an emergency landing in North Dakota recently due to the fact that it was brief on fuel.

Federal regulations need airliners to have sufficient fuel to reach their desired location or a designated alternate, plus 45 minutes of flight time. But the Allegiant pilot needed to declare an emergency and land at the Hector International Airport in Fargo, N.D., although it was closed for an unique occasion.

“The pilot of Allegiant Air Air travel 426 declared an emergency … while the united state Navy’s Blue Angels demonstration group was exercising for an air program,”the FAA said in a statement. “Air traffic controllers advised heaven Angels to suspend their practice session and the Allegiant air travel landed safely. The FAA is gathering info about the circumstances.”

Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air said just that it is “collaborating with the FAA and the airport to examine all channels of communication concerning the flight and the scenarios leading to the declaration of emergency.”

Not just was the airplane short on fuel when it reached Fargo, the pilots obviously knew nothing of the closure.

In radio interactions archived online by LiveATC, an air-traffic controller is heard informing a pilot he would have to wait 40 minutes to land or divert about 70 miles to Grand Forks.

“I’m type of amazed here,” the pilot stated. “We weren’t informed ahead of time … There’s no chance they can pull them (heaven Angels) off and let us land in there?”

The pilots stated Allegiant headquarters was confused, and was trying to call the airport to arrange a landing.

The controller said the business and its dispatchers were outlined the closure months in advance, and reminded previously in the week.

Twenty minutes passed.

“We don’t have sufficient fuel to go anywhere else,” the pilot reports. “I do not have 20 minutes … We’re bingo fuel (only enough to land) right here in about probably three to four minutes. Then I have actually got to be available in and land.”

With that, the plane was enabled to land in Fargo.

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