The U.S. Chamber of Commerce issued a “No Rest Recess” call to action to members of the U.S. House of Representatives this month.
Members of Congress from Nevada complained that the Senate hasn’t taken up legislation passed by the House aimed at preventing future mass shootings.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Oct. 5 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $17 million.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife is thanking property owners, Scorpio Gold, and volunteers for working with the department to enhance water for wildlife at Tarantula Spring in Esmeralda County.
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The Nye County Commission recently voted to direct county staff to begin the process necessary to potentially pursue legal action against the instigators of the Storm Area 51 phenomenon, which may have been something of a bust in Nye County but still came with an estimated price tag of many thousands of dollars for the advance preparations.
Scores of attendees visited the Pahrump Valley Winery for the inaugural “Stompapalooza” over the past weekend.
Although parents will do anything to protect their children, often times young ones are unknowingly improperly fastened in the car seats in their vehicles.
Valley Electric Association Inc.’s board of directors will have some new faces in the coming months.
DAR meeting at library
Almost 47,000 specialty license plate registrations have occurred in the last year between the Golden Knights and Raiders editions.
Roughly half of U.S. investors, 53%, report they have provided financial assistance, personal assistance or both to adult children or extended family members — not including school tuition, according to the Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index survey.
During a dinner event to formally announce his candidacy for the Republican Nevada Assembly District 36 nomination, Dr. Joseph Bradley set a fairly aggressive tone for his 2020 campaign.
Law enforcement is encouraging visitors to protect their belongings when visiting Red Rock Canyon.