A study on improving the Las Vegas Fire Department has been completed.
North Las Vegas City Manager Tim Hacker has put fire captain Al Gillespie on administrative leave after he refused to implement what he stated were “dangerous cuts” to the way the department used 911.
Officials say two of the eight fire stations in North Las Vegas were shuttered Monday because there weren’t enough firefighters on duty.
Authorities say the bodies of two adults have been found at the scene of a Reno-area house fire, and their suspicious deaths are under investigation.
The unions that represent North Las Vegas’ police officers and firefighters are feuding with city officials.
(Las Vegas, NV) – An investigation into sick leave abuse in the Clark County Fire Department is over. A spokesman for the county tells the “Review-Journal” some firefighters will be disciplined. Only two have been […]
Some North Las Vegas fire trucks are staying in the garage to save money.
An audit has found no evidence of sick leave or overtime abuse among North Las Vegas firefighters.
As many as 50 Clark County fire inspectors could lose their jobs due to budget cuts.
With the state facing a budget shortfall, Gov. Brian Sandoval has proposed transferring responsibility for staffing the Mount Charleston fire stations to Clark County in the next 18 months.