Las Vegas breaking news for Feb. 1, 2021

The pursuing is a roundup of breaking information from all around the Las Vegas valley.

3 P.M.
Nevada Highway Patrol is on the scene of a deadly crash involving an auto and pedestrian on Interstate 15 northbound around Clark County mile marker 108 near to Overton. Right lane shut. Be expecting delays and prevent the space.

NHP

12:15 P.M.
Las Vegas Boulevard has reopened just after a deadly motorcycle crash this morning.

8:10 A.M.
Las Vegas Boulevard is closed in between Warm Springs and Robindale roadways thanks to a crash and police activity. Las Vegas law enforcement report a motorcycle collided with a sedan. The male bike rider was transported to UMC Trauma the place he was pronounced deceased. Law enforcement say impairment is not expected to be a factor.

4:30 A.M.
Henderson police responded to the region of Grand Mediterra Boulevard and Lake Las Vegas Parkway on a theft simply call. in development. The four men and women included in the burglary have been confronted by a home owner and three of them ended up later on caught just after colliding into a wall in the stolen car.

3:59 A.M.
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue responding to vehicle hearth in driveway of property at 5912 Silver Heights St. near Tropical Parkway and Tenaya Way. Fire also found in attic more than garage. Occupants evacuated. No accidents claimed.

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