The Nye County Sheriff’s Office and two federal law enforcement agencies are investigating what is being described as a homicide at the CoreCivic Nevada Southern Detention Center.
Roughly 1.3 million people on Facebook have enlisted on a mission to uncover the mystery of Area 51: Does the complex have aliens?
A power outage in Pahrump is being linked to recent earthquake activity in the region.
Nye County resident Cindy Kaminski, of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1103 in Tonopah, was selected as elected as state auxiliary president during the annual VFW Department of Nevada state convention held recently in Mesquite.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, July 13 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $62 million.
National wealth tax would help poverty-stricken
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced that the federal government exceeded its small business federal contracting goal for the sixth consecutive year, awarding 25.05 percent in federal contract dollars to small businesses, totaling $120.8 billion, an increase from the previous fiscal year of nearly $15 billion.
A bill passed by the Nevada Legislature this past session will change the law regarding which entities, unincorporated towns or the counties in which they reside, are entitled to the revenue from the licensing of marijuana businesses in those towns.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is holding a competitive oil and gas lease sale on Sept. 10, the federal government announced.
An event at the NyE Communities Coalition building will present information to the public on millions of dollars in federal funding being invested in Southern Nevada for employment and training programs.
Moose blood drive
A hiker reported missing July 12 was found alive Monday in Inyo County, the sheriff’s office there reported.
While Lee Canyon’s location seven climate zones above the desert floor keeps summer guests cool and comfortable, those who have been injured negotiating the slopes during the winter are never far from the minds of management, employees and guests.
Sixteen years is a long time between winning medals in a national sporting event, but Randy Gulley proved last month that, when it comes to bowling, he’s still got it.
The Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer team ended a decade-long playoff drought in dramatic fashion last fall.