(Mt Charleston, NV) — Governor Brain Sandoval traveled to the Rainbow Subdivision on Mt Charleston with some good news for residents.
Fire prevention advocates, area residents and Clark County officials are marking the anniversary of the start of a massive wildfire on a mountain near Las Vegas with a call for awareness of drought and effects of climate change.
National Weather Service has Flash Flood Watch for Mt Charleston
No word yet on what exactly happened
Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort excited, but not yet ready to open
The straw drop is to prevent storm runoff in the fire zone areas.
(LAS VEGAS, KXNT)–When crews got the Carpenter One wildfire under control this summer, residents were warned they might still see and smell smoke–for months. There are new signs this week. Windy conditions re-ignited some of […]
Firefighters who battled the Carpenter 1 wildfire received a special thanks from nearby residents.
The investigation continues into the death of Metro Officer David Vanbuskirk in a rescue attempt.
Las Vegas police officer David Vanbuskirk is being laid to rest Monday.