The next generation of cancer care has begun to erupt.
With many in the Las Vegas Valley disagreeing with what McCarran International Airport should be renamed, a petition began circulating online in hopes of addressing the situation.
In a season like no other, perhaps it is fitting that the first scheduled game was canceled.
In just over four weeks’ time, Easter will be upon the community and in the Pahrump Valley, that means the Pahrump Holiday Task Force is hard at work preparing for its annual event in celebration of the occasion.
Last month, Nye County commissioners held an in-depth discussion regarding the county’s newest program to help address the COVID-19 pandemic and the financial strain that both business owners and residents have been experiencing. Because of that, the Nye County COVID Relief Program, with all of the details nailed down, and the policy that will guide that program as it unfolds has now been approved.
Last month’s severe winter storm in the Midwest and eastern parts of the country delayed shipments of COVID-19 vaccines to western states, including Nevada.
The sizzling, scorching heat of summertime may still be several months off, but the town of Pahrump is already in the midst of the recruitment process for the much-anticipated reopening of the Pahrump Community Pool and is seeking qualified applicants to fill both lifeguard and cashiers positions.
Employees at the Nevada National Security Site were awarded the highest internal honors.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford announced that the Eighth Judicial District Court granted Frederick Steese a Certificate of Innocence and court approval for an award of $1.35 million from the state of Nevada as compensation for the 18 years Steese spent in prison following his wrongful conviction.
Battle Born PTA is accepting applications for up to $25,000 in scholarships, including two new education scholarships.
Democratic state lawmakers will propose using federal pandemic stimulus to bolster summer school programs to help students recover from a year of learning lost to pandemic restrictions.
Nonprofit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas and Smith’s Food &Drug Stores teamed up to assist families with hospitalized children through its annual fundraiser.
The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living on Tuesday released a report showing nursing homes in the U.S. have seen the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since the Centers for Medicare &Medicaid Services started tracking back in May 2020, suggesting that the vaccines are working.
The Nevada Supreme Court announced Monday that James Wright has been appointed as the chief marshal for the Nevada Appellate Courts, effective March 1.
Assemblywoman Jill Dickman (R-Sparks) presented Assembly Bill 127, which provides for the confidentiality of certain personal information of peace officers and retired peace officers.