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LVFR Celebrates 75th Anniversary And Fire Prevention WeekIt's described as the largest public event the department has had in the past 20 years, and it will be held at Fire Station One Headquarters, located at 500 N. Casino Center Boulevard on Saturday, October 14, 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Waterspout Touches Down on Lake TahoeThe National Weather Service says a waterspout has been observed over Lake Tahoe amid severe weather that led to a tornado warning for several northeastern California counties and Carson City in western Nevada.
Eclipse Bummer: Cloudy Skies Obscure Las Vegas ViewOvercast skies are bringing occasional rain and obscuring views of the partial eclipse of the sun from the Las Vegas area, while hazy skies are forecast in the Reno area.
Police: No Foul Play in Gold Butte Body CaseA police spokesman says foul play isn't suspected and detectives aren't probing the death of a 59-year-old woman whose body was found last month in a remote part of the Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada.
Las Vegas, Southern Nevada Under Flash Flood WatchSouthern Nevada is under a flash flood watch after a morning storm quickly washed over the Las Vegas area, dropping about an inch of rain in some parts but virtually none in others.
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.
Latest Heat Wave Could Bring Record Vegas TemperaturesThe Las Vegas area is warming up as a short and potentially record-setting heat wave moves through the area.
Tourists, Residents Celebrate Fourth of July in Las VegasTourists and residents alike are celebrating Independence Day in and around Sin City.
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.
Cheering 1st Day of Summer? Not Under This HeatwaveThe first day of summer brought some of the worst heat the Southwest U.S. has seen in years.
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.
Tourists Descend as Temperatures Climb in Death ValleyDesert dwellers in the western U.S. see temperatures topping 120 degrees as a reason to hunker down indoors and turn up the air conditioning.

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