A small section of the 215 Beltway will be closed in both directions for overnight work Monday and Tuesday as crews pour concrete for a new bridge over the highway near McCarran International Airport.
The Henderson City Council appeared to have a difficult decision in choosing among 16 candidates for its vacant Ward IV seat. But when council members wrote down their two finalists, only one name was on everyone’s list — Dan Stewart, the uncle of Mayor Andy Hafen’s son-in-law.
Henderson resident Russell Taylor was driving down Wigwam Avenue when he spied flames coming from a passing minivan Thursday afternoon. He pulled a quick u-turn and caught up to the driver, alerting her to the flames and pulling her from the vehicle.
A woman is in the hospital with critical injuries after a hit-and-run rollover crash Thursday on Boulder Highway.
Randy Crowell, who owns a Utah-based company, has pleaded guilty to fraudulently distributing more than $100 million worth of prescription drugs that came from the black market.
As a way to collect and preserve Henderson’s history, a group of longtime residents created a historical society.
Vacancy rates for office and retail space continue to fall around the valley, and Henderson is no exception.
In partnership with the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems, the city of Henderson broke ground on its Henderson Unmanned Vehicle Range.
Longtime resident and ex-vice chairman of Planning Commission chosen from 16 applicants after public interview process.
Struggling department store operator Sears is selling its well-known Craftsman tool brand to Stanley Black & Decker Inc. and closing 150 stores including a Kmart in Henderson.