Two Pahrump teenagers were arrested early Thursday after confessing to stabbing and beating their mother to death because they did not like her parenting style, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office said.
Clark County coroner’s office says mix of four drugs killed the popular chronicler of the paranormal in his home in Pahrump on April 13.
A congressional tour of Yucca Mountain last weekend spurred Las Vegas business leaders to fan across the nation’s capital Wednesday and lobby lawmakers and the Trump administration against storing nuclear waste in Nevada.
The Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club is getting closer to housing the longest racetrack in the world in Pahrump. But before that occurs, area residents will get a chance to voice their opinion.
According to a new poll conducted by Ipsos in partnership with the University of Virginia Center for Politics, 51 percent of respondents agree (15 percent “strongly” and 36 percent “somewhat”) with the statement “American elections are fair and open.”
Reader disputes columnist’s statements on veterans issue
I did not think there was anything new to learn about Robert Kennedy, who died 50 years ago, but a couple of years ago I read a book on him by Thurston Clarke.
The U.S. Department of Labor announced an effort to expand the successful apprenticeship model to new industries and to industry sectors with few apprenticeships.
As U.S. gasoline demand strengthened and supply declined, the national gas price average jumped two-cents on the week to land at $2.86, AAA announced this week.
Findings from a recently issued report show four straight quarters with more than 90 percent of contractors concerned over U.S. labor shortages.
A local electrician worked on the process of something new in his list of construction jobs he has tackled.
Firefighters are battling a wildland blaze at the Nevada National Security Site in Nye County, a wildfire that had burned 1,600 acres Tuesday.
In a race that saw almost one-third of the competitors fail to reach the finish line, simply making it to the end is a significant accomplishment.
One thing seemed clear as Pahrump Valley Junior Trojans cheerleaders assembled Saturday at Petrack Park: Once you start cheerleading, you come back.
In one corner, young kids leap as far as they can from a standing position while an adult notes the distance.
Special Olympics Nevada is looking for volunteers to help coach fall sports in Pahrump.
It is that time of year again for local community organizations to put their project ideas to paper in hopes of securing Community Development Block Grant funds to help see those proposals become reality.