This is a roundup of breaking news stories from around the Las Vegas valley for June 6, 2017.
A child was pronounced dead at UMC Pediatrics after a bathtub drowning incident around 2:20 p.m. in the 4800 block of Luxor Way, near Nellis Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue. The incident is under investigation by Las Vegas police abuse and neglect detectives.
A bicyclist is critically injured after being involved in a crash with a dump truck near Nellis Boulevard and Walnut Avenue around 2 p.m. The bicyclist was sent to UMC Trauma.
Two people, including an officer, was transported to the hospital after a crash involving a Las Vegas police marked vehicle around 2:10 p.m. at the intersection of South Durango Drive and the 215 beltway on-ramp. The officer was transported as was an occupant in the other vehicle as a precaution. Injuries are reported to be non-life threatening.
Clark County School District Police say a bus driver has been arrested for sexual misconduct with a student from Northwest Career and Technical Academy. READ MORE.
A fire has destroyed the Zion United Methodist Church near Lake Mead & H Street. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time. READ MORE.
A handgun went off at Planet Hollywood when officers tried arresting two underage gamblers. No one was hurt. Both suspects were eventually taken into custody. READ MORE.
Las Vegas police are investigating a homicide near Coran Lane and Cypress Trail, which is in the area of Rancho Drive and Lake Mead Boulevard. The shooting happened at approximately 11:30 p.m. READ MORE.