The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.
The Nevada Highway Patrol says two people have died in a deadly crash at I-11 and US-95 with multiple people transported from the scene. READ MORE
UPDATE 4:15 P.M.
North Las Vegas Police say 39-year-old Heather Swan, who went missing Sept. 2, was located in good health in Las Vegas. She was transported to UMC as a precaution. Police said they would like to thank the public for their attention to this matter along with their partnering agencies in locating the missing person.
The Nevada Highway Patrol reports a fatal crash on I-11 at US-95.
North Las Vegas says that Losee Road has reopened and the explosive was "inert."
Heather Swan's family says the missing woman has been found. North Las Vegas police have not confirmed that information at this time.
North Las Vegas police are investigating a collectible bomb or missile that was tossed in a recyclable bin at SA Recycling, near Losee and Alexander Roads. The bomb squad is at the scene with the business evacuated and road closes in place on Losee.
North Las Vegas police are looking for 39-year-old Heather Swan, who was last seen leaving her residence in the 2400 block of Wild Onion Court, near Carey Avenue and Commerce Street.
Swan is diagnosed bipolar and schizophrenic and takes medication for both. Swan was last seen wearing a green mesh tank top, black leggings, and black skirt. Swan is 5-feet, 6-inches tall and weighs 150 pounds.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Swan is asked to contact the North Las Vegas Police Department immediately at 702-633-9111.
Clark County Fire Department responded to report of fire at 4472 S. Eastern Ave. Single-story office building. 2nd alarm was requested. Fire knocked down at 2:47 a.m. No injuries. Fire is under investigation.
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