This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for October 1, 2017.
Multiple people wounded during shooting at country music festival on Las Vegas Strip. READ MORE.
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.
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.
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.
KNOCKDOWN, most fire out, looking for hotspots, vacant Apts bldgs on McWilliams St, no inj's PIO1 pic.twitter.com/JRshGFSOTf
— Las Vegas FireRescue (@LasVegasFD) October 1, 2017
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.
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.
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.
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.
A person is dead after being shot multiple times around 4:30 a.m. at The Suites on Boulder Highway. READ MORE.
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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