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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 19, 2015
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A tense standoff in Las Vegas ended with the capture of a suspect in a deadly case of apparent road rage that shocked the nation. A mother of four was shot and killed after police say she took her armed son out looking for the driver who allegedly cut her off in traffic. When police finally caught up to the suspect as NBC says Miguel Almaguer reports he did not come quietly. The tense standoff lasted over an hour. Las Vegas police in a quiet neighborhood arresting this unidentified man wanted in...
Reporter(s):
Miguel Almaguer
Duration:
00:01:38

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