Henderson firefighters rescued a teenager who was trapped in a chimney Tuesday morning.
The lawsuit, filed last week in District Court, accuses Henderson police of using excessive force.
Henderson Libraries is providing a free online job interview coaching initiative aimed at job hunters navigating an increasingly online world.
John Watson III refused to comply with an officer’s commands to drop a knife outside a grocery store, police said. He was shot as he walked toward the officer.
The park, which is being developed to have accessible playground equipment and recreational fields, will be built at Russell Road and Stephanie Street.
Homebuilders have been busy in Henderson’s Cadence community, putting it among the top-selling spots in the nation for new houses. Now rental developers are getting a foothold, too.
A 34-year-old man is accused of attempting to lure a child for sex in Henderson by approaching a girl at a restaurant and taking her skateboard.
On a sweltering Pride Month afternoon, Gov. Steve Sisolak was on hand to sign four bills – SB109, SB237, SB275 and SB375 – aimed at improving LGBTQ equity.
The Nevada State Public Charter School Authority has received 44 letters of intent this year from proposed schools. That’s up from 27 in 2020.
A federal judge has signed an order that could effectively put Las Vegas-based Real Water permanently out of business.
Rock star Gene Simmons of KISS has paid a combined $10.8 million for a home in the Henderson hillside community of Ascaya and a lot adjacent to it, Simmons’ Realtor confirmed to Real Estate Millions.
Longtime developer Bob Schulman wants to build another upscale rental project, right near Southern Nevada’s newest high-profile residents: the Raiders.
A married couple with five adopted children adopted five more this week. “You have a full baseball team, a whole soccer team,” the judge told the family of 12.
Desert Springs Hospital worker Filbert John S. Aquino was remembered for trying protecting everyone: “He’d rather take the bullet.”