Marya Drabicki has spent her childhood lifting stones, climbing ropes and snatching barbells as a weightlifting and CrossFit competitor. The 15-year-old is now training for the CrossFit Games, an athletic competition to crown the “fittest on earth.” It’s set for Aug. 3 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Humana Charity Crafters, a group of primarily senior women who quilt, knit and crochet clothes and blankets for donation, gathered in Henderson on July 14 to make their biannual donation of handmade items.
Plates of beef gyro, falafel pita and dolmades are whisked out of the kitchen and onto customers’ tables with a flourish reminiscent of the traditional Greek horos dance, as regulars wait in line at The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill.
Motorists headed from the Las Vegas Valley to Hoover Dam will get to zoom along roughly two miles of the new Interstate 11 by the end of this month.
The city of Henderson agreed to pay out more than $163,000 to former city Police Chief Patrick Moers and more than $228,000 to former Deputy Chief Bobby Long under separation agreements.
A psychologist accused of killing his wife and staging her death as a suicide can start practicing medicine again in less than four months, the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners decided Friday.
Hawaii resident Kevin Michael Kealoha, 44, fled after shooting at UNLV and the theft of two cars in Henderson on Thursday, then resumed his crime spree in San Bernardino County in California, authorities say.
The Henderson Unmanned Vehicle Range, a test site for drones, is slated to host live flight demos for the convention industry.
The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Henderson and Lake Mead areas Wednesday afternoon.
Henderson firefighters put out a two-story house fire Tuesday night that displaced two people and caused $250,000 in damages, the City of Henderson said in a release.