Two people died and another person was critically injured after a crash Sunday morning in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Traffic along Homestead Road was diverted following a two-vehicle crash between and silver pickup truck and blue SUV at the intersection of Manse Road late Monday morning.
After the 35-day limited federal government shutdown, normal services have resumed at Death Valley National Park, according to park officials.
A longtime member of the Pahrump community, and one of the driving forces behind the development of the valley, Hollis Harris passed away earlier this month at age 87. He was well-known and well-loved by many and his son, Dan Harris, said his father will be greatly missed.
Gov. Steve Sisolak named an advisory panel Friday that will write rules and procedures for a new compliance board to regulate Nevada’s exploding cannabis industry.
Pahrump is moving up in the ranks as a good place to retire in the state of Nevada.
A suspect is dead following a shooting at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) on Monday afternoon.
The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Installation Gala and Community Awards Ceremony for 2019 is set to see up to 200 attendees for its installation of the 2019 board of directors and announcement of the 2018 Community Awards.
In response to what town secretary Carrie Radomski said were “concerns of Beatty residents about speeding and the running of the stop sign in the center of town,” the Beatty Town Advisory Board, on Jan. 14, approved spending up to $20,000 for three radar speed signs.
Gov. Steve Sisolak proposed significant increases in funding for health care and education in Nevada, including a 3 percent pay raise for teachers, and expressed his desire to increase minimum wage in his first State of the State address to lawmakers Wednesday night.