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Hi, first, you can only listen to analog radios on this scanner, so if you local or state public servants went to digital, you are out of luck. You can still receive National Weather Service, most railroads, ham radio operators and any small town police and fire that have remained on analog VHF and UHF. Do a Google search and you can get the instruction book for the radio. As far as channels, search for Radio Reference dot com and search for your state and county. That will list the channels to enter into your radio. Good luck and have fun.
UNiden manuals are downloadable at their website located http://www.uniden.com/index/manuals_results.cfm?cat=3
To find the local frequencies, the easiest way to find them is a google.com search. Type in your county name and "radio frequencies".
Then follow the directions to enter them into your radio.
To UNDERSTAND what all the "10-codes"that all the police and fire companies use, google. "radio 10 codes" and you'll get alot of helpful info to download.
Have a blast, but don't chase any ambulances..