Las Vegas breaking news for August 11, 2018

This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for August 11, 2018.

10:15 P.M.

Police are investigating a shooting near Boulder Highway and Harmon Avenue. Police say a Walmart employee who was on break was shot multiple times in the parking lot. The victim is a man in his 30s. No one has been arrested. UPDATE AUG. 13: The Clark County coroner identified the man killed as 38-year-old Antwan Lamont Graves. He died of multiple gunshot wounds. Police said fellow Walmart employees found him shot next to his vehicle. 

Interactive Map: Murders investigated in the Las Vegas valley in 2018

9:23 P.M.

Las Vegas Fire & Rescue are dealing with a fire in a building near Maryland Parkway and St. Louis Avenue.

9 P.M.

A wind and dust storm knocked out power to almost 60,000 customers on Saturday night. READ MORE

8 P.M.

Clark County Fire Department responded to a report of a fire near 3600 Highland Avenue shortly before 8 p.m. Upon arrival, crews discovered several vehicles and a motorhome burning. The fire did not extend to the building. No injuries reported. The fire is under investigation. 

4 P.M.

Police say a security guard opened fire at a Ross Dress For Less store near Blue Diamond Road and Valley View Boulevard. Police shot the security guard. READ MORE

3 A.M.

19 people, including 3 children, have been displaced because of an explosion at fire at an apartment building at 3832 Royal Crest Drive. The fire damaged the electrical meters, a dumpster and Toyota truck but not the building. There were no injuries. 



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