Two people were transported to Desert View Hospital with non-life threatening injuries following a three-vehicle accident along State Route 160 and Mesquite Avenue, late Tuesday morning. Officials on scene said the driver of a yellow Buick Wildcat traveling on East Mesquite failed to yield to the stop sign and broadsided a green Ford Mustang southbound on State Route 160. Both cars collided with a pickup truck waiting at the stop sign. Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.
Nevada reported over 3,000 for the first time on Wednesday as travel ramps up across the country during the holiday season.
A Pahrump woman was arrested following a child porn investigation.
Nye County Sheriff’s Office deputies and animal control officers are investigating two reports of alleged animal abuse.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day and for the Pahrump Holiday Task Force, it’s going to be a busy one as the committee prepares, packages and distributes hundreds of free Thanksgiving dinners, complete with traditional turkey and tasty trimmings.
November is coming to a rapid close and with its December 3 deadline looming, Battle Born Patriots is wrapping up its effort aimed at recalling Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has expanded a program statewide through Nevada’s two universities to help technology entrepreneurs earn federal grant funding to support early-stage development of their businesses or innovations.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has announced the appointment of J. Brin Gibson to the Gaming Control Board and designated him to serve as the new chair and executive director. Gibson will fill a vacancy left after the departure of Sandra Douglass Morgan and took over as of Nov. 18.
Nevada State Treasurer Zach Conine on Thursday announced the return of more than $28.5 million in unclaimed property to Nevadans by the Treasurer’s Office Unclaimed Property Division.
Gaming Control Board numbers show Southern Nevada casinos faring worse than their northern counterparts with significant declines on the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas.
Thanksgiving promises to be different this year from any other, and the American Red Cross reminds everyone to include important safety ingredients as part of holiday activities.