The city, which touts its park accessibility, has steadily seen its park maintenance budget increase over the last three years.
Mark started covering Henderson and breaking news for the Review-Journal in May 2023. He recently graduated from UNLV and was previously an intern at the RJ.
After being sworn in on Tuesday, Henderson’s new police chief, Hollie Chadwick, outlined her priorities and upcoming department initiatives.
Henderson opened Dundee Jones Park, the city’s 70th park, in honor of the city’s first parks and recreation director.
Station Casinos has outlined plans for a 600-room resort on the Inspirada land.
New Henderson Police Chief Hollie Chadwick was officially sworn in as its new police chief Tuesday afternoon.
UNLV is looking to expand its wastewater analysis program to detect drug use levels, as well as health threats like Candida auris.
Calls to the Nevada Department of Wildlife about wildlife encounters saw a 657% increase from 2018 to 2019.
“It’s nice to have a full council again,” Henderson Mayor Michelle Romero said after newly minted Councilman Jim Seebock was sworn in.
Visitors came from near and far Thursday to Logandale to see the livestock, watch the shows and eat the food at this year’s Clark County Fair and Rodeo.
Senate Bill 322, also known as Rex’s Law, passed through committee Thursday with changes that would lessen the proposed sentences for reckless drivers.
Nevada’s Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing for Rex’s Law, a proposed bill aiming to increase penalties for reckless driving.
Four of the five people arrested in connection to a string of burglaries allegedly restrained two of their victims with duct tape and held one victim’s head underwater, according to court records.
Unofficial election results from the Henderson City Council Ward 1 special election show Jim Seebock winning with 26 percent of the vote.
The Henderson City Council drew a full house during its meeting Tuesday, when it honored robotics teams for several local schools Tuesday.
Henderson City Council on Tuesday denied an appeal of a proposed tavern planned as part of a restaurant project near a residential neighborhood and church.