1 October Survivors Urged To Fill Out Online FormSurvivors of the mass shooting and anyone dealing with effects from it including hotel workers, taxi cab drivers or bystanders who tried to help victims are encouraged to register with the Resiliency Center.
Henderson Scores; Lands Raiders Practice FacilityOn Tuesday night, the Henderson City Council unanimously approved the sale of 55 acres of land near the Henderson Executive Airport for $6.05 million to the Raider's organization.
Henderson City Manager Robert Murnane RetiresAfter more than 20 years with the city, Henderson City Manager Bob Murnane announced his retirement Monday, citing a need to focus attention on his health following a serious illness.
Fire Dept.: Man Dies After Re-Entering Burning Home For PetsAuthorities say a southern Nevada man is dead after he was trapped in his burning home after going back inside to save family pets.
Nevada Man Nabbed For Distribution Of Steroids And Drug MisbrandingAccording to the four-count indictment, the suspect distributed the steroids, Testosterone, Nandrolone, Stanozolol, Oxandrolone, and Oxymetholone, all of which are Schedule III controlled substances.
Official: Henderson Plant Blast Was Mostly Noise Not DamageAuthorities say metals processing plant workers escaped serious injury in an explosion that rattled windows in suburban Las Vegas, but caused no fire or hazardous materials release.
Public Hearings Held About Future Of BLM In Southern NevadaAt stake is where off-road vehicles, mining, drilling or renewable-energy sites will be allowed. 
Arrests Made In State Employee Tire Theft SchemeAttorney General Adam Laxalt announced that six defendants are former employees of the Nevada Department of Transportation, and have been arrested for their roles in a massive tire theft ring.