Several partners brought a scene from the Old West alive in Death Valley, California in early November.
The dog, now known as Dudley, was found bleeding from his mouth Sunday on U.S. Highway 95, northwest of Las Vegas, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Snow was falling in the Spring Mountains Wednesday morning, a part of the storm that brought rain to the Las Vegas Valley and Southern Nevada.
The last of three cases surrounding the 2018 murder of James Remster, 62, in Nye County, came to a close on Nov. 19. Tonopah resident Jeannie Newberry was given the maximum sentence of 2-5 years in prison in Tonopah District Court in mid-November; she pleaded guilty to information of accessory to murder under a plea agreement with the Nye County District Attorney’s Office earlier in 2019, court records show.
The showcase of military firepower is expected to draw more than 200,000 over two days, so attendees are advised to arrive early at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for bus service.
Former Nevada Test Site workers who died in 2019 year were honored Monday at the 11th Annual Cold War Patriots National Day of Remembrance at the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas.
Nye County will not be affected by the recent announcement of Nevada State Bank branch closures in Nevada.
Nye County will not be affected by the recent announcement of Nevada State Bank branch closures in Nevada, the Pahrump Valley Times has learned.
A 53-year-old Connecticut man died and another person was critically injured after a helicopter crash Wednesday afternoon in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
The future of the Crescent Dunes solar project, near Tonopah, may be uncertain.
Open enrollment on the Nevada Health Link exchange runs from Nov. 1 through Dec. 15. In the meantime, consumers are encouraged to “window shop” the varied plans on the exchange.
Valley Electric Association Inc.’s board of directors will have some new faces in the coming months.
Almost 47,000 specialty license plate registrations have occurred in the last year between the Golden Knights and Raiders editions.
Yucca Mountain could one day produce a dividend for Nevadans, according to Jim Marchant, who’s running for the Republican nomination in Congressional District 4.