It was billed as a competition, but all were winners Thursday during a parade and costume contest for dogs.
The city of Henderson is considering a tweak to its public records ordinance that would allow officials to continue charging people for government workers’ time while fulfilling requests.
Henderson’s Department of Utility Services has announced five winners of its “Imagine a Day Without Water” school art contest.
Work on the $23.5 million Pittman North Detention Basin wrapped up in early October and officials say an area downstream won’t have flood zone designation anymore.
Signature Preparatory, a tuition-free public charter school with about 600 students in kindergarten through eighth grade, opened in August on South Boulder Highway.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority’s winter watering schedule begins on Friday.
Pershing County Sheriff Jerry Allen said he only found out about Earl Mitchell’s guilty plea to a gross misdemeanor after the event, which ended Sept 2.
The Operation Care Package drive, a collaboration among the Las Vegas United Service Organization, Nellis Air Force Base and the Right Lawyers, will continue through Nov. 10.
Maria McDonald, a student at Foothill High School, was found Tuesday afternoon.
Encompass Health Corp. has agreed to a $4 million settlement to quiet allegations that a Henderson-based rehabilitation facility it owned was improperly billing Medicare.