What goes into creating or updating a city logo? For Henderson, it’s history and town pride mixed with some debate.
Branded One CrossFit, which opened July 4 in Henderson, provides disabled police, fire and military veterans with free memberships. The nonprofit CrossFit gym has six veteran and 15 regular members, with all proceeds going back to the gym and to funding the free programs.
Two children were found safe Sunday night after it was alleged that their uncle kidnapped them at gunpoint.
New details of a March murder-suicide in Henderson that left two people dead were released Saturday by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a would-be robber who hit a man in the face with a hammer in Henderson.
The death of a 2-year-old Henderson boy has been ruled a homicide by the Clark County Coroner’s office months after his mother was arrested on a murder charge.
Four more students allege former Brown Middle School teacher Jeffrey Schultz, 47, acted inappropriately with them while he was still teaching at the school, Henderson police said Thursday.
James Torme’s Vegas memories go back.
A 48-year-old Coronado High School custodian has been arrested on multiple theft-related charges, the Clark County School District confirmed Thursday.
A Henderson inmate who hanged himself in his cell Aug. 13 died four days later.
The Beatles’ transcendent music spoke words of wisdom to hundreds of smiling celebrants on a recent Friday at Henderson’s Congregation Ner Tamid.
Josh Stevens Elementary School is one of six new elementary schools that opened this month in the Clark County School District, and it was the only one in Henderson.
The 2.5-mile section of Interstate 11 in Henderson that opened Aug. 16 is the first installment of construction of a four-lane freeway that will be part of a major thoroughfare connecting the U.S., Mexico and Canada. But itscompletion hasn’t alleviated headaches for those trying to get to Railroad Pass.
“The concept is for people who are too embarrassed to get out because they don’t think they can keep up with other (hiking groups),” founder Richard Cumelis of Summerlin said. “It’s for them to still have a life. (But) it’s really not just overweight hikers anymore. We tend to attract a crowd who wants to go at a slower pace, socialize and take lots of pictures. There’s a lot of talking and fellowship.”
Henderson police are seeking the public’s help to identify a man who carjacked and stabbed an Uber driver in December.