The Cable News Network this week is involved in a dispute with a survivor of the Florida school shooting, Colton Haab, who – during a CNN town hall meeting – wanted to ask questions on school safety.
Residents from Pahrump and surrounding areas packed into Valley Electric Association. Inc.’s conference center in February to see what candidates vying for the coop’s District 1 board of director’s seat had to offer.
Any new data breach notification law passed by Congress should cover all industries that handle consumer data and “leave no holes” that would allow events like last year’s Equifax breach to remain hidden, the National Retail Federation and other groups told federal lawmakers.
Nevada has brought in more than $30 million in tax revenue from marijuana in its first six months of legal recreational sales, according to the revenue numbers released Friday by the Nevada Department of Taxation.
The Internal Revenue Service said this week that they advised taxpayers that in many cases they can continue to deduct interest paid on home equity loans.
The suspension of Love Ranch owner Dennis Hof’s brothel license will stand, Nye County officials announced late Monday evening and it is no surprise that Hof is furious over the situation.
The softball game started with all of the pomp and ceremony of an important contest.
Pahrump Valley Speedway, which will host the 2018 edition of the popular Stormin’ Mormon Showdown featuring the Sam Stringer Memorial Super Stock Shootout on Saturday, has enjoyed a fascinating history since its inception in 1985.
The soccer team consists of a group of young girls known as the “Pahrump ‘05 Trojans,” and the club has been on quite a winning streak as of late.
A national movement to effect change on gun laws made its way to the Pahrump Valley.
The Las Vegas Valley on Friday experienced its first “widespread” snowfall of the winter season, the National Weather Service said.
A nationwide law enforcement effort has resulted in authorities identifying more than 250 defendants in what is being called “the largest coordinated sweep of elder fraud cases in history.”
Feb. 26 was a very exciting and momentous day in the valley with the official hard launch of the Pahrump Valley Public Transportation bus system.
The $1.8 million Homestead Road rebuild project was supposed to come to a conclusion last weekend but despite reports from Nye County officials that construction would be complete as of Saturday, Feb. 24, there appears to still be much work to be done in order to finish off the project.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Saturday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $13 million.
A person found dead earlier this month in a Pahrump hotel has been identified.
About 5:10 p.m., a hiker reported seeing a body between mile markers 9 and 11 on Kyle Canyon Road, Las Vegas police said.
Though the final attendance numbers are still up in the air, Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer Chris Erwin noted that community participation for this year’s Pahrump Balloon Festival was down.
During the last legislative session, Nevada Democrats tried numerous times to increase Nevada’s minimum wage. With the 2018 elections less than nine months away, Nevada’s Democratic Party is now actively recruiting dozens of unpaid interns.
Arming teachers in a school is a dumb Idea