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Carpenter One Fire Still Smokin

(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 […]

08/07/2013

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Mt. Charleston Residents Honor Firefighters

Firefighters who battled the Carpenter 1 wildfire received a special thanks from nearby residents.

08/01/2013

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NTSB: ‘No Abnormalities’ In Harness Equipment

The investigation continues into the death of Metro Officer David Vanbuskirk in a rescue attempt.

07/30/2013

Funeral procession for fallen LVMPD officer David Vanbuskirk

Fallen Metro Officer Laid To Rest

Las Vegas police officer David Vanbuskirk is being laid to rest Monday.

07/29/2013

Resort on Mt. Charleston courtesy KXNT/Smith

Mountain Businesses Set To Reopen

The Carpenter 1 fire is all but over and the people affected are ready to turn the page.

07/18/2013

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Carpenter 1 Wildfire Now 80 Percent Contained

Crews fighting the Carpenter 1 wildfire are getting a handle on the blaze, but full containment is not expected for some time.

07/16/2013

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Fire 70% Contained, Some Evacuees Returning

Residents of evacuated canyon areas are beginning to return home.

NewsRadio 100.5 KXNT–07/15/2013

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Live And Local With Kevin Wall 07/10/13: The Carpenter 1 Wildfire, The Million Dollar Quartet, And Our Man About Town

The Carpenter 1 wildfire has now engulfed more than 25,000 acres in the Spring Mountains.

07/10/2013

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Fire Containment Not Expected Until July 19

Firefighters gained ground in some areas, but lost it in others on Monday as they battled a vast wildfire west of Las Vegas.

07/09/2013

Cathedral Rock Group Picnic Area ( photo courtesy Mike Balen)

Cathedral Rock Picnic Area Reopens

(Las Vegas, NV)  Ten months ago officials with the Toiyabe National Forest began a facelift on the area designed to allow more people to enjoy the spectacular sights of Mt Charleston. The Cathedral Rock  Group […]

05/24/2013

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