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Don't Wait to Donate

I was fully prepared to write a light-hearted post about a local non-profit organization after writing about the life-threatening hurricanes last week. However, I felt like I needed to address the tragedy that happened in… 495 more words

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Local Blood Service To Resume Normal Operations

LAS VEGAS (KXNT) – Following an overwhelming response this week from blood donors across the Las Vegas community to support the victims of Sunday’s tragic shooting, United Blood Services (UBS) will resume normal blood collection operations beginning Friday, October 6. 191 more words

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Home Means... Unthinkable Tragedy

Will he come home? 

Growing up with a parent as a police officer, there is always fear that you may not see them again when they get called out to breaking news. 449 more words

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UBS Meets Blood Needs In Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KXNT) – As of 4:00 p.m., United Blood Services (UBS) said it’s able to meet the blood needs of victims of the concert shooting being treated at their hospital partners–including University Medical Center (UMC) and other area hospital. 265 more words

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Las Vegas Calls For Blood, Cash Donations in Shooting Wake

LAS VEGAS (KXNT) – Las Vegas authorities are calling for blood and cash donations in the wake of a mass shooting that injured more than 500 people and nearly 60 at a country music concert Sunday night. 764 more words

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Hurricane Harvey Prompts Call For Southern Nevada Donors

LAS VEGAS (KXNT) – Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that came with it, are impacting the nation’s blood supply. The Interorganizational Task Force on Domestic Disasters and Acts of Terrorism is urging eligible donors in Southern Nevada and across the United States to give blood as soon as possible to help ensure patient blood needs can continue to be met despite the effects of Hurricane Harvey. 331 more words

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Hurricane Harvey Damage to Last Weeks to Months: How You Can Help

The Category 4 hurricane that hit southeast Texas Friday evening is expected to cause “widespread devastation” to the area.

Torrential downpours are expected to continue and power outages, floods, raging waters, and the potential for tornadoes threaten coastal and inland residents. 190 more words

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