27 September 2021
1 year ago
2.8 magnitude earthquake. 59 km from Tonopah, NV, United States
1 year ago
2.8 magnitude earthquake. 51 km from Tonopah, NV, United States
Brighton Village St. Knickerbocker Park. vehicle fire - fully involved on arrival - totally destroyed. spent fireworks in back of truck, caught truck on fire. No injuries.
1 year ago
2.7 magnitude earthquake. 27 km from Goldfield, NV, United States
two people called 911 to report the sound of a gunshot in the garage of the resort. There was an apparent altercation between several black males inside the garage that turned into a fight
A fight at a Caesars Palace parking garage is being investigated after reports of gunfire
Las Vegas homicide detectives are investigating after a body was found near the UNLV campus.
Detectives are investigating a homicide in the central Las Vegas Valley early Tuesday
1 year ago
Earthquake: 5.1-magnitude earthquake hits west-central Nevada, USGS says. The quake was reported around 2:24 a.m. about 18 miles north-northwest from Mina.
1 year ago
4.8 magnitude earthquake. 64 km from Tonopah, NV, United States
1 year ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.8 - 29 km SSE of Mina, Nevada
A man was critically injured Sunday night after he was shot by an unknown suspect into the Wild Wild West Motel on Tropicana near Dean Martin
Video of MahoganyFire on Mt. Charleston. hiking and someone told them to leave as quick as possible.1 year ago
Video of #MahoganyFire on Mt. Charleston. hiking and someone told them to leave as quick as possible.
There is a wildfire called the MahoganyFire in @HumboldtToiyabe on MtCharleston.  The fire is approximately 5,000 acres as of 7:30 pm last night. This was the smoke plume that towered above the LasVegas Valley yesterday.1 year ago
There is a wildfire called the MahoganyFire in @HumboldtToiyabe on MtCharleston. The fire is approximately 5,000 acres as of 7:30 pm last night. This was the smoke plume that towered above the LasVegas Valley yesterday.
Viewers have sent pics of their view of the MahoganyFire from across the Las Vegas valley.
Two downtown Las Vegas homes were damaged in an overnight fire Sunday, according to Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.
1 year ago
2.3 magnitude earthquake. 56 km from Tonopah, NV, United States
Here's the view of the PoevilleFire from Stead Blvd. just before midnight. Fire is pretty low on the eastern side of Peavine Peak1 year ago
Here's the view of the PoevilleFire from Stead Blvd. just before midnight. Fire is pretty low on the eastern side of Peavine Peak
Nevada reports 1,099 new cases of coronavirus, by far the biggest one-day increase on record, and 2 new deaths; hospitalizations at 2-month high1 year ago
Nevada reports 1,099 new cases of coronavirus, by far the biggest one-day increase on record, and 2 new deaths; hospitalizations at 2-month high
1 year ago
2.4 magnitude earthquake. 47 km from Tonopah, NV, United States
1 year ago
2.4 magnitude earthquake. 57 km from Tonopah, NV, United States
LVMPD is investigating a double homicide in this neighborhood, near Decatur & Smoke Ranch. this was a shooting
Detectives are on scene investigating a double homicide near the North Las Vegas Airport near Decatur Boulevard and Smoke Ranch Road.
Alabama and Nevada today reporting single-day highs for new COVID19 cases
1 year ago
800 ACRES: The largest wildfire in Nevada grew to 800 acres in Douglas County on Wednesday
One person is dead following a motorcycle vs. SUV crash in the northwest valley
Trafficalert Fatal Crash, Ann Rd at the US95. Motorcycle vs. SUV. Motorcycle rider confirmed deceased. 95/Ann SB on ramp is closed. Expect delays in the area, use alternate routes. PIO is enroute.
A man is dead and two people were injured after a two-vehicle rollover crash Wednesday morning in the southwest Las Vegas Valley
Police said the suspect involved was taken into custody after pedestrian was hit and killed by a vehicle early Tuesday morning.
Suspect in custody after a pedestrian was hit and killed by a car near Charleston & 17th Street.
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