Your hand won’t burn when it’s set on fire, Aleena Harry promises. The 15-year-old sophomore at Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas tested the experiment several times before school’s the fourth annual Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics Expo on March 18 at Sunridge Park.
Dan Campbell views engineering and ballroom dancing the same way. Both require a sharp mind and thinking one step ahead. Campbell has been ballroom dancing with his wife, Pam, only for a short time, but he has spent 30 years as an engineer in Southern Nevada.
Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell bluntly gave his thoughts Monday about a bill that would eliminate the certification requirement for urban constables. The proposal, he told a panel of lawmakers, is “ill-advised.”
Melanie Van Lakerveld, 14, was last seen Sunday, according to the Nevada Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s website.
Henderson Councilwoman Debra March faces her biggest political battle in a mayoral race that includes six other candidates.
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Gerald Polk is being held at the Henderson Detention Center on charges of murder, possessing narcotics for sale and possessing a firearm by prohibited person.A body was found at an apartment complex near East Warm Springs Road and Center Street.
Henderson police are calling the deaths of the 55-year-old man and 54-year-old woman an apparent murder-suicide after the bodies were found with gunshot wounds.
A Henderson middle school teacher accused of having inappropriate conversations with students was the subject of two previous disciplinary investigations, according to a police report.
A debate Monday for seven candidates running for mayor of Henderson will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Henderson Convention Center, 200 S. Water Street.