Haas Automation is bringing more manufacturing jobs to Henderson. Now it needs the workers to build machines in the massive facility it plans to build.
“Henderson Hope Squad” began Dec. 12 at seven middle and five high schools. It’s a peer support program used by schools in more than a dozen U.S. states and Canada.
The minature parks — each one taking up one parking space — will likely open in July. They’ll be up temporarily for six to 12 months.
Basic Academy of International Studies in Henderson has lost all three of its assistant principals during the just-ended semester amid growing safety concerns among staff members.
The Art Institute of Las Vegas has closed its doors despite a nearly yearlong effort to save it after the dissolution of its parent company, Dream Center Educational Holdings.
The innovative public-private partnership between Clark County and Health Plan of Nevada aims to get medically fragile homeless into shelter and stave off serious illness.
A well-connected public relations firm that backed out of a Henderson contract in 2016 amid conflict-of-interest questions is performing work for the city again.
A Henderson Police Department officer arrested Thursday faces one misdemeanor count of first-degree domestic battery, police said.
The Henderson City Council voted Tuesday night to partner with Cox Communications on developing a technology innovation program on Water Street.
The officer who shot a man on Satuday was involved in another police shooting in September 2018. He joined the Henderson Police Department in January 2017.