Consumers increasingly expect free delivery of items they buy online and are also embracing new options like picking up their online purchases at a local store, according to the latest issue of the quarterly Consumer View report released recently by the National Retail Federation.
Nye County Sheriff’s Office detectives are investigating the disappearance of a 62-year-old resident.
In the town of Pahrump, there are many and varied community-wide needs but which is the greatest? That is just the focus of a new effort by five local nonprofit organizations, which are banding together to determine projects they can collaboratively work on to better the place they all call home.
After more than a week following the longest government shutdown on record, services appear to be getting back to normal in Death Valley National Park.
Nye County Sheriff’s Office detectives have launched dual investigations into what is described as a private boarding school for at-risk teenagers in Amargosa Valley.
USDA Rural Development Nevada encourages small rural business owners and agricultural producers to apply for assistance through USDA’s Rural Energy for America Program (REAP).
Area residents looking to gain insight on Medicare Advantage plans are invited to attend an information fair.
The Internal Revenue Service successfully opened the 2019 tax-filing season recently as the agency started accepting and processing federal tax returns for tax year 2018.
Great Basin College President Joyce Helens plans to lead an open discussion about the future and outlook of higher education in the Pahrump community at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6, the college announced.
A man was fatally shot by a security guard and a Nye County deputy on Monday after driving through the Nevada National Security Site’s main gate, but there’s no body-worn camera footage of the shooting because of federal regulations, the sheriff’s office said Wednesday.