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Breaking news for October 1, 2017

Breaking news for Oct. 1
Posted at 1:53 AM, Oct 01, 2017

This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for October 1, 2017.

11:30 P.M.

Multiple people wounded during shooting at country music festival on Las Vegas Strip. READ MORE.

6:33 P.M.

A man shot himself in a car on U.S. 95 with his girlfriend in the driver's seat and two children in the back seat. READ MORE.

4:38 P.M.

A large stack of wood pallets caught fire outside the Letica Corporation at 22510 South Las Vegas Boulevard around 3:40 p.m. Fire crews were able to put out the flames within an hour. No injuries were reported.

3:44 P.M.

Firefighters battled a fire at a vacant apartment building behind Moulin Rouge, near McWilliams Avenue and H street. No injuries were reported. Fire officials say the building has caught fire before.

12:30 P.M.

Police confirmed that the child is with the suspect after the domestic violence incident near Bonanza and Veterans Memorial Drive. The woman has "non-survivable injuries." READ MORE.

12:16 P.M.

A female was shot around 9:43 a.m. near Bonanza Road and Veterans Memorial Drive in what police are calling a domestic violence incident. The woman is being treated at the hospital. The suspect left in a small, black SUV with paper plates. Police are trying to confirm if there was a child taken with the suspect.

11:22 A.M.

The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash after a vehicle drove into a ravine on Mount Charleston near mile marker 8. State Route 158 is closed from mile marker 2 to mile marker 8. Drivers should avoid the area. READ MORE.

9 A.M. 

Police say the man accused of killing 3 boys as they walked on a sidewalk on the east side of the valley on Saturday night has been arrested. READ MORE. 

4:30 A.M.

A person is dead after being shot multiple times around 4:30 a.m. at The Suites on Boulder Highway. READ MORE.

1:50 A.M. 

O.J. Simpson was released from Lovelock prison, north of Reno, at 12:08 a.m. The former NFL star was granted parole after serving nine years for a 2008 armed robbery and kidnapping. 


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