Henderson Police First In Nevada To Accept 9-1-1 Text
Henderson Balking At "Love Store" Henderson city council members are considering whether a planned shop called The Love Store is a legitimate business or a sex shop banned under city code.
Henderson Cuts Services, Saves $2 MillionCity officials in Henderson are cutting hours at public pools, raising admission fees and eliminating an underutilized weekend food program at senior centers in an effort to close a budget gap.
Henderson Making CutsThe City of Henderson needs to make some cuts, and it's looking at making changes to parks and recreation. The public can attend a meeting tonight for more information.
Mayor Hafen: Not ResigningAn unsuccessful mayor candidate in Henderson demanded that Andy Hafen resign because he is not qualified to hold office, given a recent term-limits ruling by the Nevada Supreme Court. Hafen says he wont step down.
Henderson Registry To Track ForeclosuresThe registry will be launched in the next several months.
Tennis Instructor Accused Of Molestation
2nd Arrest Made In Henderson Mall ShootingAuthorities say a second man has been arrested in an apparent gang shooting that left one person wounded in January outside the Galleria at Sunset mall in Henderson.
Alcohol Compliance A Priority In HendersonHenderson Police officers conducted checks of underage alcohol compliance at bars and restaurants over the weekend to help ensure that minors are not able to buy alcoholic beverages.
Henderson Swears In New Police ChiefHenderson's newest police chief is now on duty.
Henderson Council Considers Police Chief PickHenderson City Council members are due to consider promoting a 20-year police department veteran to be city's next police chief.
Henderson Signs Off On Union ConcessionsFirefighters and police supervisors in Henderson have agreed to concessions that would help the city.