Local News 11/10/11





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The Nye County Sheriffs burn illegal & prescription drugs
Nevada Highway patrol begins its badge on board program
The first annual Harvest food drive has begun

(NCSO MJ Burn)The Nye County Sheriff's Department destroyed seized marijuana and prescription drugs this morning.

(NHP Badge on Board reader with photo) On the heels of the release of the Nevada Highway Patrol's Safestat report showing a 19 percent reduction in commercial motor vehicle crashes on Nevada's roads from 2009 to 2010, the Badge On Board program kicks off an enforcement period this week along Interstate 15 and US 95.The purpose of the enforcement week is to reinforce safe driving behaviors in an effort to continue the downward crash trend. This year, a wrapped semitrailer will be traveling along the enforcement zone carrying the safety message to passenger vehicle drivers to give commercial motor vehicles room. Both passenger and commercial motor vehicle drivers pulled over by troopers during the enforcement period will receive an educational handout detailing the behaviors that both need to comply with to share the road safely. Motorists will also hear public service announcements and see billboards placed along the freeway. During the enforcement periods, troopers may ticket for the following unsafe driving behaviors Unsafe lane changes, Following too closely (tailgating), Failing to signal lane changes, Failing to yield right of way, Failing to maintain lane, Failing to follow traffic control devices, Speeding, Aggressive driving, constituting a combination of two or more of these behaviors, Additional enforcement periods are planned through the spring.

(Harvest food drive) Julie Hargis speaks to us about the first annual harvest food drive.

(Veteran's day) Tomorrow is veteran's day. The VWF on Homestead is holding their annual event to honor those who served.

The VFW is located at 4651 South Homestead Road. For more information you can call 727-6072

(Military License Plate reader with photo) The Fallen Military license plate, authorized last legislative session by Senate Bill 154, is now available at all Department of Motor Vehicles offices. The license plate is available to family members of someone who died as a result of injuries sustained while on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States "...whether or not the person had been discharged from military service at the time of his or her death."A family member of a person who died as a result of injuries sustained while on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States may apply for up to two sets of Fallen Military license plates.  A family member means a widow, widower, parent, stepparent, grandparent, child, stepchild, sibling, half sibling or stepsibling. You will need a copy of the Form DD1300 "Report of Casualty," death certificate indicating a service related illness or other documentation indicating the veteran died as a result of injuries sustained while on active duty must be submitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

(FMF) Here's Ginger Tyra with your First move Fitness tip of the week.
(ETW) Here's Zach Fuentes with your Entertainment this week.

(Eino) Yesterday we spoke to artist and sculptor Eino. Who's artwork is world renowned. He lives and works right here in Pahrump


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