This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for May 18
A car drove through a home near Alta Drive and Valley View Boulevard. The Red Cross is assisting six people affected by the incident.
Closer view of “car into home disaster.” Residents say it “sounded like thunder.” Red Cross responds to disasters of all kinds. pic.twitter.com/59RoffcxOq— Red Cross S. Nevada (@SNVredcross) May 19, 2017
Firefighters battled a 2-story house fire at 871 Donelle Avenue around 6 p.m. Firefighters were able to put out the flames within 40 minutes. The cause is under investigation, and it is unknown if any occupants were displaced.
About 3,300 customers are without power in Clark County, according to NV Energy. The majority of the outages were caused by equipment issues. NV Energy says the power should be back by 7 p.m.
Construction crew strikes gas line on Lamb Boulevard. This is a developing story.
A new study reveals that binge-watching to increase the chance of blood clots.
A Utah school bus driver has been fired after their reckless driving led to a crash that was all caught on camera.
Guards at the state prison in Buckeye recovered a crashed drone that was trying to deliver marijuana and cellphones to inmates.
An Ohio Supreme Court justice and gubernatorial candidate took to Facebook Friday to discuss his past sexual history.
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