A roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for April 21, 2017.
Clark County fire responded to light smoke coming from an air conditioner next to the McDonald's inside the Walmart near Tropicana Avenue and Fort Apache Road around 8:08 p.m.
One person was treated and released for smoke inhalation after a mobile home fire at 543 N. Lamb Blvd., near Bonanza Road. Las Vegas Fire & Rescue said it was a bedroom fire that extended to the living room and kitchen. The cause is under investigation. Two people were displaced.
A semi car hauler caught fire on U.S. 93 northbound, past Veterans Memorial Drive. The right lane is closed as a result but the left travel lane remains open. Just the semi itself caught fire, the other cars it was hauling were not affected. The semi driver was transported to the hospital for smoke inhalation.
A vehicle backed into a Las Vegas police motorcycle around 3:08 p.m. near Cheyenne Avenue and Rancho Drive. No injuries were reported.
69-year-old Iris Daniels walked away from her Henderson home on Thursday afternoon in her nightgown. Police are asking for public's help. Daniels recently suffered a stroke. READ MORE.
Police say a man was shot in the parking lot of the welfare office located at 700 Belrose St. (Rancho Drive and Washington Avenue) at about 10:43 a.m. The man was transported to University Medical Center in unknown condition. One person has been arrested.
Police say that a naked male with multiple gunshot wounds was found wandering in the desert near Grand Canyon Drive and Maule Avenue around 9:27 p.m. Thursday. He was transported to University Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. Due to the extent of his injuries, homicide detectives are investigating.