Extra Sites Open in Las Vegas Area For Relief From Heat WaveOfficials say extra places have been opened in and around Las Vegas to provide relief for people who need shelter while a heat wave bakes the region.
PETA Offers Tips After Child Dies In Hot Car In Las VegasPETA said no one, including children, cats, dogs, or any other animals, should eve be left alone in a car, especially on a day as warm as Saturday was, with temperatures as high as 114 degrees.
Extra Cooling Stations In Las Vegas For Latest Heat WaveClark County has now opened 12 cooling stations through Saturday in Las Vegas, Henderson and Laughlin.
Harsh Heat Wave Kills 12 In Las Vegas ValleyThere are now a dozen people who have died of heat-related causes in 2016. That's according to a tally as of Tuesday by the Clark County coroner's office.
4 Dead Due To Excessive Heat In Southern NevadaThe excessive heat affecting the area has contributed to the deaths of four people since Saturday. The coroner's office on Thursday said several more people have died during the same period but it hasn't been determined whether the heat was a contributing factor.
Excessive Heat Is Just As Dangerous For Your PetsThe Henderson Animal Control officers would like to remind citizens how to protect their animals during this extreme heat wave and what to do if they witness animal neglect.
Air Conditioner Repairmen Bracing For Busy WeekThe one group happy to see the extreme heat are the men and women who repair air conditioners in your home or apartment.
Las Vegas Strip Could See Temperatures Above 114 DegreesTourists hitting the Las Vegas Strip will be feeling the sizzle Monday as temperatures could top 114 degrees.
Cooling Stations Opening In The Vegas ValleyWith the summer heat upon us now in the Las Vegas area, as well as most of the state of Nevada, many people need some relief from the heat. The cooling stations can help meet that need, as well as provide other support.
County Offers Tips For Dealing With Excessive HeatWith an excessive heat warning in place from Saturday, June 17, through Wednesday, June 21, Clark County Fire Department and Emergency Management officials are reminding residents and visitors that our desert heat can pose serious health risks to the public.
Heat Safety Tips From The Valley Health SystemThe Valley Health System is urging all Southern Nevada residents to protect their health by reading the following heat safety tips, and learning the signs of heat illness.
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.