NHP Hosting 2nd Annual Candle Light Vigil For Fatal Crash VictimsThe Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) will be honoring the memory of the 59 lives lost in the Nevada Highway Patrol--Southern Command's jurisdiction with a heartfelt ceremony.
New Law May Increase Your Car Insurance By JulyAs of July 1, all consumers will need to purchase higher limits of $25,000 in bodily injury per person, $50,000 in bodily injury per accident, and $20,000 in property damage.
A Heavy Foot Could Leave You With A Lighter WalletNevada's law enforcement officers participating in the Joining Forces program will be working to keep the roads safe by watching for drivers exceeding speed limits, between March 2, through March 18.
Joining Forces Aims To Crack Down On Nevada Impaired DriversIncreasing law enforcement presence supports the overall state goal of reaching Zero Fatalities.
NHP Warns: One Text Or Call Could Wreck It AllThe Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) along with other valley law enforcement agencies, will be working diligently to urge drivers to keep their eyes on the road and put away cell phones or other items that cause distractions.
Winter Warning For Visitors To Spring Mountain Recreation AreaMembers of the Mount Charleston Winter Alliance are encouraging the public to plan ahead before making the drive up the mountain to play in the snow.
NHP: Three Fatal Crashes Ring In 2018 In Southern NevadaNHP said there were three fatal crashes on New Year's Day, and two of them involved alcohol.
Heavy Holiday Enforcement Putting The Brakes On Impaired DriversMore than 26 law enforcement agencies are "Joining Forces" between December 18 and January 2, 2018 targeting impaired drivers.
NHP Urges Everyone To Driver Sober During Thanksgiving HolidayThe Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will be running a social media campaign, "Make It to the Table: Don't Drink and Drive this Thanksgiving Eve."
Record Set With Another Pedestrian Fatality In NevadaA fatal crash in Nye County early Friday became southern Nevada's 54th pedestrian fatality of 2017, a record number for the state with six weeks in the year remaining.
NHP: Drivers Need To Buckle Up...Or They'll Be PayingThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) nearly 14,000 people's lives in America were saved because they wore their seat belt during 2015.
Metro Police Stress Pedestrian Safety On Halloween NightOfficers will be joined by community safety agencies distributing lights, reflectors and safety messaging aimed at educating walkers and drivers.