Brian Brennan, KGUN9 On Your Side

Brian Brennan

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Tucson, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Brian:

Arizona ID won't get you very far after October 2020

You may want to consider getting a Travel ID if you ever plan to fly out of state. → Read More

Tucson Water says no cuts to users expected no matter outcome of water deadline

TUCSON, Ariz. — Tucson Water says their users are better off than if they were anywhere else in the state. No matter if there’s a federal water shortage on the Colorado River or if Arizona meets the deadline with an agreement on how to share cuts. “Once the water is in the ground it’s here, and we don't lose any through evaporation,” said Tucson Water spokesperson Fernando Molina. He says this… → Read More

Pearl Harbor survivors hold final reunion in Las Vegas

For the past ten years, the members of the U.S.S. Utah have held a reunion every year in Las Vegas. The two that made the trip say there are only six total survivors left today from that ship. → Read More

Water fines rare for water wasters

While southern Nevada gets good marks for water conservation, there are still some people who are more responsible with the resource than others. → Read More

Bill wanting cuts on state pensions receives bi-partisan support

Fiscal hawks looking to cut government spending nationwide have focused in recent years on employee pensions they say spun out of control. → Read More

Nuclear waste to make Nevada its home

Nuclear waste will soon have a home in Nevada, and there's nothing the state can do about it. The Department of Energy has even already conducted a dry run with an empty shipment before sending ove... → Read More

Lake Mead expected to reach its lowest level soon

LAS VEGAS -- Lake Mead's water level has dropped to the lowest level it's ever been. The lake has come down well over a 140 feet at its peak, and it's projected to recede even more this summer. Experts say the dam hasn't been this low since it was built. Lake Mead is the primary source of water in Nevada's drought-stricken region, but it's getting low enough where restrictions on how much water… → Read More

Nasty winds leave path of destruction in parts of valley

There was plenty of remnants in the form of debris from Tuesday's big weather day left in parts of the valley Wednesday. Trees and light poles were knocked down. Some even falling on to cars and el... → Read More

TV stations look to drones for future newsgathering

A new industry is on the verge of taking off in this country and it could affect areas of your daily life. → Read More

NV Energy to build $50M solar plant at Nellis Air Force Base

Nellis Air Force Base is going totally green -- well, almost. A construction project for NV Energy to build a new $50 million, 15 megawatts, solar plant is set to begin at the base. → Read More

Flood control vastly improved under Fraser's guidance

A 100-year flood washed away homes and caused $100 million in property damage in the Las Vegas Valley, but the carnage from that 1999 storm would be far less severe now. → Read More

Questions linger regarding twist in deadly road rage

Residents of a northwest neighborhood remain confused and shocked about what unfolded during a deadly road rage incident last week. → Read More

100 unvaccinated students told to stay away from school

A disease nearly wiped out by vaccinations is making a comeback. Three students at a Henderson high school were diagnosed with whooping cough and now 100 children are being told to stay away from t... → Read More

Doctors: New RSV virus affecting kids, resembles the flu

This year's flu season has been a rough one. Emergency rooms across the valley have been packed with patients experiencing flu symptoms, but pediatricians say the flu isn't the only sickness plagui... → Read More

CCSD looking to combat teacher shortage by hiring veterans

Veterans with a Bachelor's Degree that are interested in becoming and educator have an opportunity to get on the fast track to becoming a teacher in Clark County. → Read More

More military medical specialists to train at UMC

Soon air force medical specialists from bases all over the country will be headed to University Medical Center to expand their training. → Read More

Coyotes suspected in dog killing in gated neighborhood

Southern Nevada is home to many new residents each year but the valley also has its share of crafty and adaptable animals that were here first and don't plan on leaving anytime soon. → Read More

Family: Fatal shooting of teen was 'tragic accident'

A 14-year-old boy is dead after a gun goes off in the backyard of his Las Vegas home. Police are still investigating Sunday's shooting, but the boy's family said it was an accident. → Read More

Nevada voter turnout of 45.5 percent a new low

Nevada voters went to the polls in record low numbers for the 2014 midterm elections. → Read More

NLV Mayor proposes new economic district

North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee says legislation used to bring the electric car company Tesla to northern Nevada can be used to boost the economy in his city. → Read More