Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated across the country on Monday, with festivities, parades and events all geared toward continuing the legacy of one of America’s most iconic civil rights activists.
Pahrump residents and those from across southern Nye County and parts beyond got a show in the sky Sunday night with what has been dubbed colloquially as a “super blood wolf moon.”
With frustration and divisiveness among the American populous a growing trend, some have decided the time for discontented grumbling has come to an end and action must be taken.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Jan. 19 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $12 million.
The state Bureau of Air Pollution Control at the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection has opened the public notice period for a permit for a proposed Gemfield Mine in Esmeralda County, organizers announced.
Despite the government shutdown, the Internal Revenue Service confirmed recently that it will process tax returns beginning Jan. 28 and provide refunds to taxpayers as scheduled.
Nevada Humanities has announced the book selections for the 2019 Nevada Reads program.
The Clark County coroner’s office has ruled that death row inmate Scott Dozier died by suicide after hanging himself.
Nevada’s third tallest peak is a step closer to shedding its Confederate name in favor of something far older and less controversial.