This is a roundup of breaking news stories from around the Las Vegas valley for June 4, 2017.
Las Vegas police said the 23-year-old man killed in a crash near Lake Mead Boulevard and Ridgemoor Street was not restrained when the vehicle overturned twice. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
North Las Vegas Fire Department responded to a fire at a four-unit apartment building in the 2400 block of McCarran Street around 6:45 p.m. One unit received $50,000 in damage. There were no injuries. It's being investigated as arson.
Another update on the Lake Mead rescue: Officials say the body of the missing man was recovered by the LVMPD Dive Team around 7 p.m.
One person is dead after a vehicle hit a median and a tree around 5 p.m. at 9490 West Lake Mead Boulevard. The vehicle rolled after the crash, and the driver was ejected. Only one person was in the vehicle.
An update on the Lake Mead rescue - officials say a 30-year-old man fell off a raft and couldn't be located. The body has since been found 6 feet underneath the water. A dive team from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department will retrieve the body.
Officials rescued a man at Boulder Beach at Lake Mead around 3:22 p.m. He was taken to the hospital. Another man is still missing and his condition is unknown. Information is limited at this time. More details to come.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police have released the names of the four officers involved in Thursday's fatal officers-involved shooting that took place on the 1700 block of Eddingham Court as:
33-year-old Officer Scott Hinkley, who has been with LVMPD since February 2014.
37-year-old Officer Travis Puana, who has been with LVMPD since July 2015.
41-year-old Frank Rycraft, who has been with LVMPD since March 2014.
29-year-old Peter Herasimtschuk, who has been with LVMPD since July 2015.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police are investigating a double shooting in the area of Las Vegas Boulevard and Bonanza Road. Police found one victim shot in the leg who was transported to a local hospital. A second victim was discovered at the hospital suffering from a gunshot wound to the arm. Both victims' wounds are non-life threatening. Police believe the two shootings are related.