Now Open is an ongoing series featuring restaurants that have opened in the past few months in neighborhoods across the city, but not on the Strip.
Operations at the Henderson Wells Enterprises ice cream facility look to remain unchanged after it was announced the company is being acquired by the Italy-based Ferrero Group.
Mark Ellsworth, 19, pointed a rifle at officers leading them to fire at him in the 700 block of Vista Sereno Court on Oct. 11, according to the Henderson Police Department.
Popular Japanese discount retailer Daiso announced it would be hosting a two-day grand opening for its latest store in Henderson.
Gary Hargis, the outgoing Henderson police union president who was suspended as the department investigated whether he struck a motorcyclist in a hit-and-run, is now facing criminal charges.
Three local nonprofit organizations that partnered with Goodwill of Southern Nevada for the event selected the 75 local children to receive the gift cards.
Carolyn Muscari is believed to be the longest-serving volunteer in the United States for the Court Appointed Special Advocates program.
Officials are seeking information in connection with the robbery of a United States Postal Service letter carrier.
From light shows to family-friendly fun, there is no shortage of festive events and performances this holiday season.
The Clark County district attorney’s office has declined to pursue a felony hit-and-run charge against outgoing Henderson police union President Gary Hargis.
Retired Henderson police Chief Michael Mayberry has died.
An elementary school teacher faces child pornography charges after Henderson police accused him of sharing illicit images on the internet.
McCourt Partners announced that it partnered with Las Vegas-based Tru Development Co. on a 244-unit apartment complex.
The council took no action during the meeting after hearing comments in support and against Chief Thedrick Andres.