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4 people shot in North Las Vegas

 NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Four people were shot Tuesday afternoon in North Las Vegas.

The shooting happened around 4 p.m. at Lake Mead Boulevard and Englestad Street. According to North Las Vegas Police, three people suffered non-life threatening injuries, the condition of the other one is unknown.

The four injured are all currently at UMC, police said.

Metro police originally told 8 News NOW the shooting was gang-related, but North Las Vegas Police said they were still investigating what led up to the shooting.

No other information was immediately available, including if a shooter or shooters are on the run.

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NHP: Alcohol suspected in fiery crash that killed 3

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Three people are dead after an early morning crash on the 215 Beltway in North Las Vegas and Nevada Highway Patrol suspects alcohol played a role in the deadly wreck.

Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Chelsea Stuenkel says the crash happened at about 5 a.m. Monday between Aliante Parkway and North 5th Street. It shutdown the beltway for several hours, but was reopened around 11 a.m.

Stuenkel says a Mazda sedan traveling eastbound crossed the center median and hit an Cadillac SUV, which went up in flames. She says two people in the SUV were killed, and the driver of the car also died.

NHP says at least two males were among the dead and its suspected alcohol is a factor in the crash.

Freeze warning issued for central, northeast Clark County

LAS VEGAS -- The National Weather Service in Las Vegas has issued a freeze warning for central and northeast Clark County. The watch is in effect from late Sunday night through Monday.

A freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are possible and these conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

Here are some safety tips for dealing with freezing weather from Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.

Keep anything that can burn, such as clothing, furniture, mattresses and paper products at least three feet away from any heat sources such as furnaces, space heaters, fireplaces, stoves and water heaters.

Man involved in missing persons' case dies

 NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Metro Police confirm that a man who disappeared with his stepdaughter under suspicious circumstances and then later shot himself has died.

Family speaks after missing man's death, woman still missing

LAS VEGAS -- A missing person's case took a different turn Friday when one of the people who were presumed to be missing took his own life.

Samuel Teran, 75, was taken off life support Friday. According to Metro Police, he shot himself after officers with North Las Vegas Police tried to pull him over.

Authorities said it happened when they tried to investigate his car at a Burger King restaurant at North Las Vegas Boulevard and Bruce Street that morning.

Teran is married to Ovdulia Jimenez, the mother of 46-year-old Susana Villalvazo who's still missing. Teran, Villalvazo and Jimenez lived together at the home on Sahara Ave. and Valley View Dr.

Family member said doctors told them there was no way the Teran would survive after shooting himself in the head. However, now that he's gone, Villalvazo family said they're losing hope in finding her.

“We don't know where she is,” said Juan Villasenor, cousin of Susana Villalvazo.

Coroner's office IDs child in North Las Vegas death investigation

NORTH LAS VEGAS -- The Clark County Coroner's Office said Saturday that 1-year-old Hadriel Darnell was the toddler who died Thursday in North Las Vegas.

The coroner's office, however, did not release the manner or cause of death for the child.

North Las Vegas Police said they started investigating Hadriel's death when they were called to a home just before noon on Monday in the 4900 block of Goldeneye Way, near Lone Mountain Road and Camino Al Norte, for an unresponsive child.

Hadriel was taken to the hospital in critical condition. He later died.

"The circumstances that led to the death of the child are currently under investigation by the Detective Bureau," police said.

No charges have been filed as of now.

No other information was immediately available.

North Las Vegas police investigate death of 1-year-old

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. — North Las Vegas police are investigating the death of a one-year-old boy.

Police were called to a home just before noon on Monday in the 4900 block of Goldeneye Way, near Lone Mountain Road and Camino Al Norte, for an unresponsive child, a news release said.

The boy was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Police said he died Thursday.

"The circumstances that led to the death of the child are currently under investigation by the Detective Bureau," police said.

No charges have been filed as of now. The child's name and cause of death will be released by the coroner's office.

No other information was immediately available.