Several states, including Arizona, Texas and Rhode Island, are using systems similar to one to be tested soon in Nevada. And they say they are proving remarkably effective.
Two Southern Nevada ambulance companies are asking residents to help light up the outside of the hospitals with flashlights and neon lights to show support for the children.
Apparently, some things, such as use of a pay telephone, are better off unsaid.
A suspect was taken into custody, and Nellis Boulevard has reopened after what Las Vegas police called “a barricade with an armed male.”
Starting around Dec. 7, an airplane operated under contract to the U.S. Geological Society will be making low-level flights over parts of the eastern Mojave Desert.
Firefighters battled a vacant two-story house fire in the central valley early Thursday.
A cat was rescued by state troopers from the middle of Interstate 15 during rush hour Wednesday evening.
Three adults and three children were displaced after their northwest Las Vegas home caught fire Wednesday afternoon, the Las Vegas Fire Department said.
Elf Adventure, motorcycle run and Las Vegas Philharmonic round out the week’s activities.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man killed in a vacant building fire in central Las Vegas on Tuesday as Charles Rutter.