Melvin Dummar has died at 74. Dummar was famous for claiming to have saved Howard Hughes in a Nevada desert in 1967. Dummar claimed to have been left $156 million in Hughes’ will. The will mysteriously appeared after Hughes’ death in 1976. It was dismissed as a fake two years later. Dummar never saw a dime of the billionaire’s fortune. Dummar died Saturday in Nye County.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte suffered bruises and scratches falling off his parked motorcycle on the palace grounds but the minor injuries would not affect his schedule, his spokesman said Thursday
Criminals don’t obey the law.
Paying lip service to “human conditions.”
Time for residents to look for a real estate agent.
Finding defeat in the extreme, far-left recess of the jaws of victory.
In stark contrast to the economy under George W. Bush and Barack Obama
The progressive commitment to liberty and free expression shrivels by the day.
State biologists say birds are most likely to fly into buildings in the fall when they begin migrating.
The Panthers (24-3, 9-0 Mountain League) have a two-game lead over Centennial, Rancho and Shadow Ridge with four matches remaining in the regular season.