Henderson man missing since Saturday has been found

Russell Perreira, 58, was found Wednesday morning after he had was last seen about 2:15 p.m. Saturday in the 300 block of Evan Picone Drive, near North Stephanie Street and West Warm Springs Road, Henderson police said.

 
Democrat bill would gut Read by Three

Read by Three is about to become Read by Never. On Monday, a host of Democrats introduced Assembly Bill 289, which would gut the requirement that third graders who aren’t proficient in reading repeat the grade.

UNLV fires Marvin Menzie

He gets to leave the school’s cesspool of an athletic program.

Roundup: Chaparral rallies to beat Sunrise Mountain

Chris Chavarria had 13 kills, 14 assists and five aces to help host Chaparral’s boys volleyball team rally for an 18-25, 19-25, 25-19, 25-15, 15-10 win over Sunrise Mountain on Tuesday.

Roundup: Rancho squeaks by Gorman

Liliana Gutierrez was 2-for-3 with two RBIs Tuesday to help Rancho’s softball team to a 5-4 win at Bishop Gorman.

Dina Titus slams Energy Department in Nevada Legislature speech

U.S. Rep. Dina Titus slapped Trump administration moves on plutonium shipments and nuclear waste storage in Nevada, congratulated state lawmakers on gun control efforts and criticized sheriffs who’ve said they won’t enforce them in remarks to the Legislature on Tuesday.

Somerset Academy student, 11, awarded for service

Principal Sherry Pendleton nominated Jackson Bentham to represent Nevada in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. He was selected as one of two in the state and the only in his age group to receive recognition, Pendleton said.

Roundup: Bases-loaded walk lifts Foothill over Coronado

Zach Martinez’s bases-loaded walk with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning Tuesday forced home Jake Perales with the winning run as Foothil’s baseball team nipped visiting Coronado, 2-1.

Free tutoring aimed at aiding Rainbow Dreams Academy

Rainbow Dreams Academy has a challenging road ahead. The Clark County School District-sponsored charter school, in the Historic Westside, was placed on a remediation plan by the School Board because of the academic struggles of its one-star elementary school and two-star middle school.

Youths of Latin descent learn of UNLV’s offerings

A group of 240 Latinx — a gender-neutral term for people of Latin American descent — Clark County School District juniors stood when Dr. Mario Gaspar de Alba asked how many planned to go to college.

Henderson homes a refuge for pregant women, new mothers

Living Grace Homes is a nonprofit that houses and provides assistance to pregnant women. The organization has two houses that pregnant women, or women who recently gave birth, stay in. It also helps women find homes after leaving and helps furnish their new homes with donations. The organization is funded via private foundation grants, churches, individual donors and local government grants, said Kathleen Miller, executive director of Living Grace Homes.

Henderson officials want police chief to resign

Henderson officials want police Chief LaTesha Watson to voluntarily resign as the city’s top law enforcement officer on May 9, according to a separation agreement obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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