Breaking news for September 14, 2017

This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for September 14, 2017.

10:39 P.M.

Las Vegas police say the man who was shot on Las Vegas Boulevard north of Washington Avenue has died. READ MORE.

9:30 P.M.

A Las Vegas police officer crashed while en route to the shooting at Las Vegas Boulevard and Searles Avenue. The officer suffered moderate injuries and was transported to the hospital.

Las Vegas Boulevard is closed from Washington Avenue to Owens Avenue. READ MORE.

9:26 P.M.

Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting Las Vegas Boulevard between Washington Avenue and Foremaster Lane in which a man in his 40s was shot multiple times, sending him to the hospital. Police say the suspect may be in custody. READ MORE.

6:50 P.M.

The man has died after falling from a building near Flamingo Road and Maryland Parkway.

6:28 P.M.

A pedestrian was hit by a car near Evergreen and Decatur.  The pedestrian's injuries are being described by Las Vegas police as "extensive."  The person is still alive at this time, but Las Vegas police are treating this as a fatal incident.

Evergreen at Decatur is closed.

6 P.M.

Las Vegas police report the man was taken to Sunrise Hospital in critical condition after falling from the building near Flamingo Road and Maryland Parkway. Witnesses said the man was trying to climb down and into a window but slipped. Police said he is not expected to survive.

All roads in the area have reopened.

5:15 P.M.

Las Vegas police are still negotiating with a man who is threatening to jump from the rooftop of an apartment complex near Flamingo Road and Maryland Parkway. Flamingo Road remains closed.

11:20 A.M.

Las Vegas police shut down Flamingo Road in both directions between Maryland Parkway and Cambridge Street. They say a subject is threatening to jump from the rooftop of an apartment complex.

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