Today's Top Stories

Snowy Weather Update

 

If you were traveling over the pass last night, you know that it took about an hour at 10 miles per hour to travel in the falling snow. Many cars went off the road. Luckily no injuries have been reported. The first significant storm of the season has now passed through our area.


Board of County Commissioners Great Basin Water

 

The town and school district discuss with commissioners splitting reclaimed water.


Preparing for the Holiday Angies List

 

As the holidays are quickly approaching, many of us are gearing up to host family and friends. In all of the planning and list-making, don’t overlook one very important element that could cause a Turkey Day disaster. In today’s Angie’s List report, we ask: is your kitchen ready for the holiday feast?


Marvel Comic - earn's record auction price

 

Who says collectibles don’t earn value? All you have to do is buy the 1st edition, wait a VERY long time, and keep them in pristine condition. A comic book sold today for over 1 and a half million dollars.


Grant Approval Board of County Commissioners

 

Accept State of Nevada's State Emergency Response Commission fiscal year 2019 grant.


Rollover Accident Highway 160

 

Two people were taken to Desert View Hospital following a rollover crash that occurred this afternoon on south Highway 160.


Save A Pet Rosie

 

Today we introduce you to a doggie named that is available for adoption at Desert Haven.


NCSO Arrest Kevin McBrayer

 

A deputy who has spent almost two decades on the job was arrested after he showed signs of being under the influence of drugs.


Accident Highway 160 and Winery Road

 

An older male was taken to the hospital this morning after he struck a pedestrian cross walk button pole.


Nye County Road Report

 

County Commissioner’s recently received an update from the director of public works regarding road work.


NCSO Scam Alert

 

Telephone scam of an individual who claims to have a female hostage and threatening to Kill her unless the individual receives a sum of money.


Drug Bust Boulder City


Accident on Highway 160 and Matthew Lane

 

One injury was reported this afternoon following a two car crash on the highway.


Student News with Veronica Dela Rosa

 

Teachers and students are in mourning after the loss of one of their classmates Sunday morning. Veronica Dela Rosa tells us about the candle light vigil being held and more news that affects our students.


US Postal Service Holiday Deadlines

 

The deadlines are quickly approaching when it comes to shipping letters and packages this holiday season. Here are some shipping deadlines you may want to know about.


NCSO Arrest Phillip Randazzo

 

A Pahrump man was arrested following a domestic dispute.


BOCC Amended Interlocal Contract

 

Commissioners decided on an item at the last meeting to provide assistant with medical care for the less fortunate.


BOCC Opioid Lawsuit

 

Nye County has decided to continue the fight against opioid drug manufactures.


Road Traffic Victims Memorial

 

Today Vegas officials recognized and remembered those who have lost their lives due to vehicle accidents.


Gridliance Switching Stations

 

The renewable energy switching station located in Sloan Canyon is up and running. The 230 KV line was purchased by Gridliance from Valley Electric in recent years. GridLiance, headquartered in Dallas operates hundreds of miles of transmission lines and related substation facilities in Nevada, Missouri, and Oklahoma.


Veterans Rocks

The Veterans Rocks were very very well received at the VA Clinic in Pahrump. There was also a request for more rocks to be placed at the volunteer desk in a basket for Veterans who may not be able to pick up rocks off the ground. The basket will be placed at the desk from the Monday after Thanksgiving up to December 24. The group is looking for 209 rocks as about 50 Veterans are seen each day.

 

For more information contact Barb Johnston at (775) 751-5356.


Click It or Ticket Campaign Kicks Off

Joining Forces Click It or Ticket Campaign Kicks Off Law Enforcement in Nevada Gears Up

 

Las Vegas, Nevada As a part of the Click It or Ticket campaign, the Nevada Highway Patrol will be Joining Forces with other law enforcement agencies around Nevada for a Seatbelt Enforcement Event. The Click It or Ticket Event will take place from November 18, 2019 through December 2, 2019.

This Click It or Ticket Campaign aims to increase law enforcement participation by coordinating highly visible patrols across the State of Nevada looking for seatbelt violations, providing safety about the use of seat belts and how significant they are during a vehicle crash. According to the National Highway Traffic & Safety (NHTSA) in 2017, there were a total of 10,076 unbuckled passengers and drivers who were killed in crashes in the United States. In that same year, 55% of the vehicle occupants were killed at night time not wearing their seatbelts. Law Enforcement agencies will be taking a no excuse approach to seat belt enforcement and will be issuing citations throughout the day and night.

 

For more information about seatbelt safety and the state’s Zero Fatalities goal or on Joining Forces and other statewide traffic safety programs, please visit http://www.zerofatalitiesnv.com.

 

The Nevada Department of Public Safety’s- Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) provides funding for law enforcement agencies to participate in Joining Forces to reduce traffic deaths and injuries on Nevada roadways.

 


Fatal Accident on Pahrump Valley Boulevard and Dollar Street

 

A cross, flowers, candles, and precious mementos have been placed near thee location where 15 year old Ethan Osterman crashed into a SUV with his dirt bike Saturday night off Pahrump Valley Boulevard and Dollar Street. The Pahrump Valley High School student was on his way to a friend’s home when the collision occurred, according to his friends.


NCSO Arrest William Culbertson

 

The local mortuary says a former employee stole their trailer.


NCSO Arrest Mark Speicher

 

A local man was arrested for two separate incidents at our area Walmart.