In a time where video rental kiosks and online movie streaming are popular, Henderson native Trevor Layne and his wife Katie still keep it old school by running a brick-and-mortar video store.
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Flying with kids can feel like the end of the world. Here are tips from our Facebook fans that can save your sanity while traveling with tots.
In every region of America, white and Asian children are far better positioned for success than black, Latino and American Indian children, according to a new report appealing for urgent action to bridge this racial gap.
Each year, the “What Makes Henderson GREAT!” photo contest invites the community to submit pictures of landscapes, people and places that capture the spirit of the community. This year’s winners were announced recently.
Starting March 8, Southern Nevadans will have a chance to reconnect with the Las Vegas Valley’s equine past when Horses4Heroes Inc., a Las Vegas-based nonprofit organization, moves to Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs to offer the public horseback riding and other family-friendly activities.
In about 90 seconds an adorable 16-month-old boy becomes a fan of Superman while watching “Man of Steel” with his dad.
The Discovery Children’s Museum is playing brain games with its latest traveling exhibit “Mindbender Mansion,” on display through April 27.
A 4-year-old is “moved” for the first time by a song by Christina Aguilera and A Great Big World and shakes off his dad’s attempts to turn to another station.
Thelma French knows the joys of having children. With the intention to help couples in need, the mother of five decided to become a surrogate.
Whether it’s a problem with a neighbor’s tree hanging into the yard or a dog constantly barking next door, the city of Henderson is offering a mediation service to help residents resolve problems.
The instant gratification that smartphones provide today’s toddlers is “going to be hard to overcome,” said Deborah Best, a professor of cognitive developmental psychology. “They like things immediately, and they like it short and quick.”
If you’re anything like us, every four years you find yourself glued to a TV at 3 a.m. watching a couple of regular-looking folks sweep a patch of ice with brooms while thinking to yourself, “If that’s all it takes to be an Olympian, I’m there!”
A 58-year-old Utah woman is set to give birth in a few weeks — to her granddaughter.
Ask people to imagine American life in 2050, and you’ll get some dreary visions. Whether they foresee runaway technology or runaway government, rampant poverty or vanishing morality, a majority of Americans predict a future worse than today.
Stargazing set at Neon Museum: When it comes to stars, the closest most Neon Museum visitors will ever get is the Stardust sign on display.
There were stories about shootings and other violent crimes. Fires, flash floods and heartrending stories of human loss. But there were stories of human triumph, too.
A father and daughter are trying to reunite a family with their lost camera, and social media could lead to it being returned to them.
When youngsters continually struggle to fall asleep at night, new research suggests maybe their body clock doesn’t match their bedtime. That doesn’t mean tots should be up at all hours.
Looking for a festive activity? Head out to visit the holiday lights displayed throughout the city of Henderson.
When you think of holiday travel, certain images probably pop into your head: crowded airports, clogged freeways, frenzied schedules, frazzled nerves. But a more leisurely journey awaits adventurous Southern Nevadans this holiday season: a trip back in time.
As a final goodbye to the home he shared with his now-deceased wife, Ben Nunery touchingly recreated some of the couple’s wedding day photos with his daughter, Olivia.
For parents who want to squeeze in one last family outing before Christmas, the first Jingle Bell Block celebration downtown and Springs Preserve are two options.
Listen up, kids. You’ve only got a few days left to see Santa.