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Rainbow flood control berm work to start in October

The Army Corps of Engineers will start construction of a flood control berm to protect a Mount Charleston community in early October, corps officials said Thursday.

New flash flood warning issued for Henderson

Storms above Henderson, Lake Las Vegas and nearby highways prompted the National Weather Service to issue a flash flood warning Wednesday evening.

Flood warning for far south Clark County amid road closures

A flash flood warning is in place for far southern Clark County — which includes Searchlight and the Arizona and California borders — until 5:45 p.m. following severe thunderstorms.

Flood damages historic Death Valley opera house

The historic Amargosa Opera House suffered serious flood damage after heavy rain struck the tiny town of Death Valley Junction, Calif., last week.

Flash-flood warning issued for Southern Nevada

Despite projected sunny conditions, approaching storms caused The National Weather Service on Thursday to issue a flash-flood warning.

Rain expected in Las Vegas through Wednesday

Soak up as much rain as you can in the next couple of days, Las Vegas. Things are looking dry for the weekend.

Disaster declared for Mount Charleston flood area

Clark County commissioners on Wednesday approved a disaster declaration for the flooded Mount Charleston area — which suffered more than $2 million in damage — that will make the county eligible to receive emergency assistance funding.

Clark County experiences rare tornado

A tornado touched down in Clark County for the first time in more than a decade during Monday’s storm, according to the National Weather Service.

Vegas video: Car swept away, woman rescued

Amateur footage shot after an afternoon downpour north of Las Vegas captures the power of flash flood waters.

Rain throughout valley brings floods, traffic

Rain pounded Southern Nevada on Monday, clogging roadways from Las Vegas to Lake Mead as Mount Charleston residents kept an eye on streets already soaked from a flash flood last week.