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Heat Safety Tips Recommended As Summer Months ApproachWith temperatures reaching the 100's for the first time on Wednesday, Clark County Fire Department and Emergency Management officials are reminding residents that heat can pose serious health risks.
Las Vegas Building Fire Causes About $120,000 in DamageThe Clark County Fire Department has extinguished flames in a vacant Las Vegas building.
Another Fire In The Valley Leaves Four DisplacedLas Vegas Fire and Rescue said the fire gutted the kitchen and caused heat and smoke damage to the rest of the house. Damage was estimated at $75,000.
Kitchen Fire Damages Las Vegas HomeFirefighters responded to the 3200 block of West Oakey Boulevard (between Valley View and Rancho) at 9:15 p.m. Tuesday and found the kitchen of a one story wood frame house on fire.
Two Fires In Same Area At Same Time Not RelatedLas Vegas and Clark County Firefighters responded to two fires in the same area at the same time Thursday morning. Fire investigators don't believe the two fires are related. There were no injuries at either fire.
Strong Winds Cause Power Outages in Southern NevadaStrong winds are being blamed for the power outages that affected thousands of people in southern Nevada over the weekend.
Downtown Apartment Fire Leaves Six HomelessNo injuries reported from Friday morning fire.
Las Vegas Resident Escapes House Fire That Kills DogAuthorities say a Las Vegas resident climbed on a roof to escape an overnight house fire but a dog inside the home died.
Firefighter, Resident Hurt in Las Vegas Apartment FireA fire official says one resident and a firefighter were hurt and 12 people are without a place to live after a blaze at an apartment a few blocks west of the Las Vegas Strip.
Fire Extinguisher Use Leads to Palms Resort EvacuationFire officials say guests evacuated one floor of the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas early this morning only to find out it was a false alarm.
Southwest Plane To St. Louis Calls Emergency, Lands In VegasNone of the 181 people aboard Southwest Airlines flight 511 were injured and there were no obvious signs of property damage.
Clark County Fire Wants Residents To Learn When To Call 9-1-1Clark County Fire Department is calling a news conference to appeal to the community to learn when – and when not – to call 9-1-1 emergency services.

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