The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.
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UPDATE 1:11 P.M.:
Anthony Saville Middle School remains on soft lockdown but authorities say dismissal will still take place using the Grand Teton Drive entrance.
Las Vegas police received a call just before 8 a.m. that a house on Block Goal Avenue near the school was shot at by an unknown subject.
Police believe the subject is now at residence on Ackerman Avenue. There is a barricade at that location as officials try to make contact with the subject.
Las Vegas police and firefighters are attempting to rescue a person trapped in a flooded area near Mt. Charleston.
Anthony Saville Middle School, near Torrey Pines and Grand Teton drives, is on a lockdown due to police activity in the area, according to school police. Stay tuned for updates.
Spring Mountain Ranch says park gates are closed due to rain and flooding.
The entry road is flooded and the park gates are closed! We will post where when we re-open. Be safe! pic.twitter.com/guhFQTl3L3— SpringMountainRanch (@SpringMntRanch) March 6, 2019
The Scenic Drive at Red Rock is closed due to heavy rain this morning.
The Scenic Drive is closed currently with the heavy rain and runoff we’re getting. Based on the forecast, it may stay closed for the day. We’ll update here if that changes, so stay dry and safe in the meantime! pic.twitter.com/oYE1ZkAw6S— Red Rock Canyon LV (@RedRockCynLV) March 6, 2019
Due to significant snowfall this morning, Lee Canyon says it is closing Sherwood Chairlift. Updates can be found here.
UPDATE: Wed. Mar 6th Due to significant snowfall this morning and forecasted heavy snowfall throughout the day, Sherwood Chairlift will not be open. We will keep assessing snow conditions and ski patrol will continue mitigate through this storm cycle. Thanks for your patience. pic.twitter.com/JxCM7h2Ort— Lee Canyon (@LeeCanyonLV) March 6, 2019
The US-95 SB remains heavily congested after an early morning crash near US-95 and I-15. Expect delays.
A crash near the US-95 north and Craig Road is causing light traffic in the area.
Heavier traffic is reported at the US-95 near I-15, where traffic is backed up backup is all the way to Jones. That crash involves a patrol vehicle.
The latest crash near Craig Road and 95 is the fourth crash on the US-95 this morning.
Another crash to report on the US-95. This one near Sunset Road is causing blocked lanes and traffic in the SB lanes of the 95.
A rollover crash near Charleston Boulevard and the US-95 south, on the Charleston on-ramp, is causing traffic on the area. Avoid the area if you can.
TRAFFIC UPDATE: Rollover crash on the Charleston onramp to 95 south, expect delays pic.twitter.com/caZ9M8vlEd— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) March 6, 2019
Slick roads are causing slow moving traffic at the US-95 and the I-15. A crash is blocking all but one lane open on the 95 south. Traffic is backed up all the way to Valley View Boulevard.
TRAFFIC UPDATE: Major slowdown in Spaghetti Bowl, crash blocking all but one lane on 95 south pic.twitter.com/Bx2Oxzy88L— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) March 6, 2019
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