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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.
400 Medical Calls for 1st Night of Electric Daisy CarnivalMore than 400 medical calls were reported during the first night of the Electric Daisy Carnival music festival, held in the Nevada desert during Las Vegas' first major heat wave.
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.
Las Vegas Braces for 1st Major 2017 Heat WaveLas Vegas is bracing itself for the first major heat wave of the season.
Excessive Heat Prompts Lake Mead Trail Warnings This WeekendGoldstrike Canyon and Arizona Hot Springs trails are closed annually May 15 through September 30, due to the heat. Visitors caught violating the closure may be cited.
Red Flag Warning in Effect For Western Nevada Fire ThreatThe National Weather Service in Reno has issued a red-flag warning for much of western Nevada due to windy conditions that will increase the threat of wildfires over the next few days.
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.
Nevada Wet Winter to Delay Wildfires, Provide Abundant FuelExperts say record-setting precipitation is delaying Nevada's wildfire season while also producing an abundance of vegetation that could burn late this summer.
Severe Weather Expected Across NevadaApril showers are expected in this early spring storm striking across parts of Nevada.

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