The family of the victims of Saturday’s deadly DUI crash are asking for answers about why the woman initially arrested was released on her own recognizance.
On Friday, Pahrump Valley was outclassed by Desert Pines, who showed the Trojans why they are the best football team in Class 3A. The Jaguars offense ran at will for 298 yards total offense on their way to a 56-6 rout.
Pahrump Valley Winery owners Bill and Gretchen Lokken are pleased this weekend’s annual Grape Stomp contest will occur under sunny skies and mild temperatures, unlike last year when rain put a damper on the final day of the event.
Independent American Party candidate Janine Hansen is making her pitch to Nevada voters again, as she is getting ready to face off with incumbent Pete Goicoechea.
Some of the Silver State’s most spectacular landscapes went on display Monday in Washington, D.C., as a weeklong photo exhibit called “Home Means Nevada” debuted in the rotunda of the Senate Russell Building.
The Trojans cross-country team got mixed results at the Falcon Invitational on Friday. The boys junior/senior was the best Pahrump team, finishing with a fifth place (180 points) out of 15 schools.
Trojans boys soccer has been going through a rough defensive spell, giving up 12 points in the last three games and dropping their first two conference games.
Senior Krista Toomer and sophomore Makalea Petrie led the girls golf team to their second Sunset League win of the season on Thursday at Mountain Falls.
When traveling to and from Las Vegas on State Route 160, be prepared to stop at a pair of new traffic lights on the other side of the hump.
Nevada’s undocumented immigrant population dropped from 2009 through 2014, though the proportion of residents without legal status to remain in the U.S. remained highest in the nation, at 7.2 percent of the total state population, the Pew Research Center reported Tuesday.
The Big Dick’s Pizza sign has come down at its former location at 1061 Gamebird Road after three years. But not to worry, Mike Cappa, owner of Big Dick’s, just moved to a new location at 3971 E. Kellogg Road.
The woman suspected in a deadly DUI crash has been rearrested.
“If I had a bowl of Skittles and I told you just three would kill you, would you still take a handful? That’s our Syrian refugee problem,” Donald Trump Jr. was quoted as writing last week.
In 1962, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers personnel pumped 165 million gallons of waste fluid into rock 12,000 feet below the surface of the earth at Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Arsenal and noticed that the pumping was accompanied by a number of small earthquakes. Six years later, the U.S. Geological Survey monitored seismic activity as the Corps pumped some of that water back out, observing a noticeable increase in seismic activity after the pumping.
The Air Force is seeking to expand the use of the Nevada Test and Training Range by more than 300,000 acres of public land, a plan that is raising concerns in the conservationist community.
One person is dead and another injured after a weekend crash involving an alleged impaired driver.
At the most recent Tonopah Town Board meeting, the session started as usual with the Pledge of Allegiance.