Las Vegas breaking news for November 3, 2017

This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for Nov. 3, 2017.

9 P.M.

Las Vegas police are investigating a possible home invasion in the 6600 block of West Washington Avenue that happened at 9 p.m.  A man and woman were possibly beaten and robbed of some items. 

4:25 P.M.

A school bus was involved in a crash around 3:46 p.m. near South Cimarron Road and West Flamingo Road. No children were on the bus. One person in another vehicle was taken to the hospital for unknown injuries.

3 P.M.

The call to Westgate hotel-casino has been deemed a prank. The hotel-casino sent the following statement: "This afternoon, Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino received a suspicious call that we believed to be a prank call.  Out of an abundance of caution, and to ensure the safety and security of the resort’s guests and team members, Westgate Las Vegas alerted Metro to respond. Metro responded immediately, the resort was never in danger and was never on lockdown."

12:53 P.M.

Las Vegas police are investigating a suspicious call after Westgate Las Vegas hotel-casino employees say they received an anonymous threat to the property.

Investigators are trying to figure out if the call came from within or outside of the property.

7:30 A.M.

A school bus is involved in a crash with two other vehicles on Owens Avenue and Bruce Street. At this time we are unaware of the injury status of those involved in the crash.

This is a developing story.

6 A.M.

Chopper 13 was above a crash involving two vehicles on  Eastern Avenue and Russell Road. Emergency crews are on the scene.

5:45 A.M.

Two cabs were involved in a crash on Palazzo Drive causing one of the taxis to hop onto the sidewalk and hit a pole.

The entrance to the Venetian hotel-casino is closed off due to the incident.

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