Blue Star Mothers along with Henderson residents, students and council members collect items Tuesday for the 8th annual “Stockings for our Troops.
Attorneys for the Las Vegas Review-Journal filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the city of Henderson demanding access to documents that detail the work of a communications consultant.
When Shawn Smith left prison after serving almost nine years, he was determined to start fresh. He searched for job openings in the Las Vegas Valley as part of his effort to turn his life around. However, each application presented him with a dreaded question: Have you ever been convicted of a felony?
Leslie DeVore would liken Henderson GiVe to a book club — it meets once a month with the same group of women who discuss a topic.
Henderson will open its first new fire station in 15 years next fall, the city announced Monday.
On Thanksgiving Day, volunteers didn’t just provide seniors with a warm meal. Because those who delivered the plates stayed to chat with the residents, seniors who might have been lonely on the holiday got to experience a little human kindness.
Cesare Alessandrini is the founder and CEO of FileRight.com, a tech startup devoted to helping immigrants file their immigration paperwork.
Five children and one adult were taken to the hospital with minor injuries Sunday night after a woman crashed into two vehicles in Henderson.
A wood stove caused a chimney fire Saturday in Henderson, displacing two adults and significantly damaging the home.
KIT’s Kitchen in Henderson isn’t just any restaurant — it’s an experimental, not-for-profit eatery designed to help youths gain hospitality industry experience and to serve affordable meals to the community.
The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. Dec. 2 at venues throughout the Las Vegas Arts District, near Charleston Boulevard and Main Street.
Visitors to Las Vegas City Hall in the past few months have been greeted with huge paper flags that are laden withsymbolism.
The Henderson Police Department is participating in the Police Data Initiatives in what it bills as an effort to increase transparency.
What hurts? It’s a question doctors often ask their patients at some point during a medical exam. However, for those with mental disabilities, it’s not an easy question to answer.
Through sniffles and stifled tears, a group of LGBT people and community allies read the names of 26 people murdered in the United States for being transgender.