A fundraiser for a pilot who survived a deadly plane crash this weekend in Henderson raised more than $63,000 in fewer than 24 hours.
Eric Zechary Brown died in October at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center after he was found unresponsive in a residential bathtub.
Krissy Bashaw said her vehicle was nearly struck by a plane that crashed Saturday night near Henderson Executive Airport, killing two occupants and injuring two others.
No one was injured Sunday morning when a plane made a hard landing at Henderson Executive Airport.
The plane crashed just south of the airport, Henderson spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said. Two people died, and three people were injured.
Developers took the first step in transforming the historic Black Mountain Golf and Country Club into a development with 1,800 homes. They face opposition from neighbors.
A 17-year-old girl who graduated from Coronado High School returned to campus on Thursday and was arrested after allegedly attempting to sell marijuana, school police said.
Shani Coleman, deputy director of government affairs, and Deacon Thomas Roberts, CEO of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, will represent the city on the new panel.
Wells Enterprises announced Tuesday that it is purchasing the nearly 200,000-square-foot Unilever ice cream manufacturing facility and hiring more than 250 of its employees.
Seven months after the launch of a Henderson specialty license plate, only 108 have been sold. The Nevada DMV requires 3,000 plates to be sold in the first full year.
Historic Water Street in Henderson is trying to balance its vintage feel as new residents and new businesses arrive.
The observation hive, which is enclosed behind glass, was installed in March at the Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve’s visitor center. It is home to between 20,000 and 30,000 bees.
Despite a West Nile virus outbreak, health authorities say they face a challenge convincing local residents that they need to protect themselves against the tiny bloodsuckers.
RTC’s Golden Knights Express ridership jumped from 40,679 in the 2017-18 season to 57, 920 last season.
Many educators and parents wonder how the school district found up to $20 million to pay for professional development raises, ending a weekslong impasse over the issue.