Interview with Rusty McAllister on Fox5
VIA FIREHOUSE MAGAZINE
On January 23, at the Henderson Fire Training Center in Henderson, NV, the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada (PFFN) made a financial contribution of $20,000 to the American Red Cross “Fire Hurts. Red Cross Helps.” campaign, which provides assistance to victims who have been displaced from their homes due to fires throughout Nevada.
FROM THE RECORD-COURIER
It started last month with our local Raley’s Supermarket asking shoppers to buy discounted stuffed bears at the check-out register to comfort children involved in a disaster or emergency. The community generously responded with donations that purchased small stuffed animals that can be carried on our local fire-rescue ambulances and larger ones that can be distributed at the hospital emergency department. Raley’s Store Director, Mike Mazza, was able to acquire over 40 stuffed animals through customer donations, but Mike needed help finding a way to get them into the small hands and hearts that needed them the most.
VIA THE LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL — THE VIEW
By Southwest/Spring Valley View reporter Caitlyn Belcher
Nicholas Williams, 24, smelled something strange as he got ready for bed around 1:30 a.m. Jan. 9 at his Century Village apartment, 4801 Spencer St.
“We heard our neighbors arguing and things physically breaking,” said Williams’ girlfriend, Shannon MacDowell. “Then it got really quiet.” Continue Reading