Since 2013, police records show, 15 of 25 homicides in Henderson were attributed in some way to domestic violence. Those statistics cap an alarming four-year leap in domestic-related homicides in a city that’s been touted as among the nation’s safest.
Several companies in a Henderson business park are close to finishing expansions, and at least one of them is hiring.
When someone sees one of the classic bicycles Henry Schmidt owns, it usually sparks conversation.
Faced with eviction because they are unable to pay rent, families have turned to HopeLink of Southern Nevada.
From a swastika graffiti on the side of the Mexican Consulate to a mosque being wrapped in bacon, Las Vegas has seen its share of incidents of hate. But what is considered a hate crime?
Overcrowding issues at five Henderson campuses have led city and Clark County School District officials to begin searching for sites to build new schools.
Looking at Sarah Lowe’s Claddagh ring, Matt Donnelly noticed something different. The jewelry, which comes from the Irish tradition to represent love, loyalty and friendship, features a heart in the center. When the point faces outward, it signals that the wearer is single, while pointed inward means taken.
Retired Chicago police officer Sidney Sharif bought his first home nearly five years ago in Las Vegas with a boost from a $15,000 grant.
The Henderson City Council on Tuesday approved the purchase of ammunition for the Henderson Police Department from Salt Lake Wholesale Sports for an estimated $100,000 annually.
The Henderson City Council unanimously adopted an ordinance Tuesday declaring a six-month moratorium on the sale of recreational marijuana. The ordinance follows the passage of Question 2, which legalized recreational marijuana in Nevada.