Live And Local With Kevin Wall 07/08/13: The Third Amendment, Henderson Cops, And English Language Learning
A Henderson man is suing the City of Henderson and the Henderson police under the Third Amendment.
Henderson police are reviewing evidence in a 1996 unsolved murder
The City of Henderson believes now is not the right time to make the change in the 20-year-old logo.
Henderson is launching plain-clothes patrol over the next two weeks at some of the city’s busiest intersections.
Preliminary data from the FBI show the number of violent crimes reported to police in Las Vegas and Reno rose from 2011 to 2012.
Police say 520 drivers were ticketed for running red lights in Henderson during a three-week enforcement effort that ended Friday.
Las Vegas resident and LPGA golfer Natalie Gulbis is always setting goals, but none more important than helping the Boys and Girls Club.
Defeated Henderson mayoral candidate Rick Workman claims he was threatened to leave the race.
The Regional Transportation Commission and the City of Henderson will host a public meeting Wednesday regarding the Downtown Pedestrian Circulation Study.
Opportunity seemed to be in the air at job fair on Monday, where the company names were recognizable — and all the recruiters had current openings.