This is a roundup of all the breaking news stories from around the Las Vegas valley for June 19, 2017.
The Henderson Fire Department reports no injuries in a fire at a second-floor unit of an apartment complex near Major Avenue and Burkholder Boulevard. 31 residents were displaced. READ MORE.
The Nevada Department of Corrections reports that on June 19 at approximately 3:45 p.m., inmate Duke Fredrick Cranford, 63, died at the Regional Medical Facility located inside the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City. Cranford was committed from Carson City on July 14, 1977 and was serving double life for first degree murder, battery on a police officer, battery by prisoner and other charges.
Las Vegas police shot and killed a domestic violence suspect at an apartment near Cimarron & Charleston. Police say the man lunged at officers with a knife. No officers were injured in the incident. CLICK FOR MORE DETAILS
A dog owner in Oregon is being criticized because he attaches tires to his dogs when he takes them for a walk.
A new report by the Veterans Administration says there is little proof that marijuana will help people with PTSD or chronic pain.
A customer fired a shot through a drive-thru window in Oklahoma after a dispute over a food order.
A new app named Yellow is similar to the app Tinder but it is for teenagers.
A grill exploded inside of a SUV in Florida after a woman inside the SUV lit a cigarette.
SpaceX launched an experiment to the International Space Station on Monday, along with some ice cream.