Henderson City Councilwoman Debra March’s mayoral victory will lead to a shake up on the city council as two seats remain undecided.
In exclusive interview, Marina Vance says her daughter, 29-year-old Jazmin Ramirez, did not kill her son, Uriel Heczko, as police have alleged.
A man with four felony convictions has been accused of killing a man and leaving him to bleed to death.
Tuesday’s primary municipal elections drew 55,867 voters, fewer than 10 percent of those who are registered to vote in Clark County.
The 81-year-old Henderson man who died Tuesday in a motorhome fire has been named by the Clark County coroner.
Henderson has retained an outside law firm to defend the city against a public records lawsuit filed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal rather than rely on a legal staff that includes a city attorney and 12 civil attorneys.
The fire started about 5:30 p.m. at Midway Trailer Park, on the 1800 block of Ward Drive, near Sunset Road and Boulder Highway, Henderson Fire Department spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said.
City councilwoman catpures 55 percent of the vote, avoiding June runoff with runner-up Rick Workman.
Incumbent Marz captures 43.17 percent of the vote in Henderson City Council race, but falls short of a majority and will face businesswoman Cox in June runoff.
Two-year-old Uriel Heczko’s mother was arrested Tuesday on a murder charge in connection with his March 13 death.