A massive federal civil rights lawsuit was filed against Nye County, the Town of Pahrump and several current and former top law enforcement officers on behalf of a former sheriff’s deputy late last month.
A local family’s home was damaged and their pet lost after a fire broke out inside a dwelling last weekend in the area of Wilson and Woodchips roads.
While identity theft is often not a crime of physical violence, it still hurts.
A man charged with possessing child pornography on his home computer last year will have his case heard by the District Court after a Justice of the Peace found enough evidence to bind the case over.
The infamous bank robber Willie Sutton was once asked why he robbed banks. “Because that’s where the money is,” he replied. I call it the “Willie Sutton Principle.”
A man charged with shooting his daughter’s boyfriend earlier this year pleaded not guilty to a charge of attempted murder in the case this week in District Court.
When you hear bells jingling at the front entrance of a few local retail outlets, you know the holiday season is officially underway.
Talk about a penny saved is a penny earned.
Tuesday’s Pahrump Town Board meeting may turn out to be a marathon session again.
Pahrump Valley Auto Plaza General Manager Sheldon Feddy was beaming last week. Upgrades to his dealership, which began in April, were finally complete.
A man charged with voluntary manslaughter in the death of his neighbor in a homeless encampment earlier this year was sentenced to a maximum of 10 years in prison.
The Nevada Public Utilities Commission Wednesday approved the first phase of Utilities Inc. of Central Nevada’s plan for remediating the environmental problems at the former Willow Creek Golf Course.
One man was taken into custody on Nov. 18 after he allegedly admitted to stealing several thousand dollars worth of evidence from a storage unit the Nye County Sheriff’s Office had rented from a private vendor more than a year ago, after he was confronted by police about breaking into a friend’s storage unit on Leslie Street last month.
Dave Roberts, the lead racing instructor for Exotics Racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, would seem an odd fit running for Nye County assessor.
The county is looking at building sidewalks along one block of Calvada Boulevard from Highway 160 to Mount Charleston Drive. An additional road reconstruction project is also awaiting a report on available funds.