CARSON CITY — Gov. Brian Sandoval will unveil his executive budget proposal and outline the administration’s priorities for the last two years of his term when he delivers his final State of the State speech Tuesday night.
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A road project for 13 miles of Highway 160 in north Pahrump has been delayed after Nye County commissioners postponed approval of two agreements with the construction company Road and Highway Builders.
Sarah Gensaw, the local woman facing numerous felony battery charges, is scheduled for a pre-trial hearing Jan. 19.
One person was transported by air to UMC Trauma following a two-vehicle collision on Highway 160 on Jan. 2.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office faces two separate federal lawsuits from current and former deputies that allege a pattern of a hostile work environment with years of sexual harassment that was tolerated by superior officers who turned a blind eye to reported problems.
One of the 17 defendants in the Cliven Bundy case wants a federal jury to visit the spot where the armed standoff unfolded in 2014 between supporters of the Nevada rancher and federal agents who impounded his cattle.
Death Valley National Park and the Death Valley Natural History Association have transportation grants for school groups participating in field trips to the park available.
After a fairly pleasant weekend, the work week will begin with a strong chance the area will see some precipitation come Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
A Pahrump man was arrested this week after allegedly tried to bribe a law enforcement officials.
Pahrump’s Petrack Park will get brighter after Nye County commissioners approved a bid for its lighting.
At least four people were displaced after a fire gutted the interior of their home late Tuesday evening.
Despite opening up the 1.75-mile stretch of Highway 160 in town after taking the road from two travel lanes to four, but not being 100 percent complete, the cones popped back up Monday morning.
The public information below was provided by the Nye County District Attorney’s office.
After two sentencing hearing continuances, the woman who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from shooting a puppy in front of her two young children will be sentenced Feb. 3, at 9 a.m.
Two Nye County commissioners moved into new roles at the beginning of 2017.
After dropping her son off at Pahrump Valley High School Wednesday morning and on her way to work, a local woman’s normal daily routine ended up anything but routine.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting incident in the area of Discovery Park and Comstock Park after shots were fired at a vehicle around 8 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Area first responders found themselves on an unusual service call last Thursday afternoon when a bull escaped from the rodeo grounds at McCullough Arena on Basin Avenue just before 2:30 p.m.
The town of Pahrump saw its financial position strengthen during the last fiscal year as revenues continue to increase, according to an annual audit.
Taxable sales in the county were up again in October, closing the fourth month of the fiscal year 2017 up 5.4 percent from the same time period last year.
One of the more popular attractions in Death Valley National Park will be closed through the spring.
The concerns about a proper certification of a volunteer fire department in Amargosa Valley continue to persist amid the ongoing training, officials said.
Nevada’s new law expanding firearm background checks to private-party sales and transfers is facing another challenge: a lawsuit contending that it violates the state Constitution.