Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Offering Support In Florida ShootingNews of the shooting in Florida prompted calls to the Resiliency Center's hotlines from 1 October survivors reminded of the violence that happened in Las Vegas during the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
NHP: Move Over, It's The LawNHP said drivers in Nevada have certain duties when approaching a stopped emergency car making use of flashing lights.
Judge Denies Request To Stop Nevada Pot Emergency RulesA Nevada judge has denied a request from a group of alcohol distributors to stop the recently approved emergency regulations that allow the state to license some retailers to transport pot from growers to storefronts.
It's National Emergency Medical Services WeekEmergency Medical Services (EMS) Week is co-sponsored by the American College of Emergency Physicians. This year's theme is "EMS Strong-Always in Service" because when a medical emergency happens, EMS personnel are typically the first ones on the scene.
Dispatcher Tells 911 Caller 'Deal With It Yourself'A New Mexico 911 dispatcher told a panicked 911 caller who was trying to save the life of a shooting victim to "deal with it yourself."
Nevada Bill Would Make It A Crime To Fraudulently Call 311Nevada lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it a crime to make a fraudulent report to police on a nonemergency 311 number.
Woman Dead After Van Knocks Down Light Pole, Falls On HerA woman is dead in a freak accident after a van knocked down a light pole that then fell on her.
Bill Bans Pedestrians Texting While Crossing Roads A bill before the Nevada Assembly would make it illegal for pedestrians to read, browse the internet or enter data with hand-held devices while crossing highways in the state.
City, County Launch Emergency Alert ServiceLocal mayors tout new website that allows people to receive instant emergency alerts anywhere.
Flight Diverted Because Of "Potential Security Threat"
Hot Air Balloon Lands In Valley Neighborhood
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