Cactus thieves caught on video stealing $10,000 worth of plants from community
HENDERSON, Nev. (KVVU/Gray News) - An unusual series of thefts has hit a Las Vegas community. Residents say thieves have been digging up cactuses in the Cadence neighborhood in Henderson. They estimate at least 100 plants have been stolen, totaling up to $10,000. “They actually posted a video from their...
Angry phone message found on slain Vegas journalist’s phone
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — New evidence in a murder case involving a disgraced Clark County, Nevada, elected official was revealed during a court hearing Tuesday. Robert Telles is accused of killing investigative journalist Jeff German in September 2022. Defense attorney Robert Draskovich, who represents Telles, told a Clark County...
600+ drivers cited as Henderson police crack down on dangerous driving
Between Feb. 9 and Feb. 23, Henderson police officers stopped 616 motorists and issued 610 citations.
A Pizza Lover's Guide to Henderson: The Top 6 Pizzas to Sample
In this article, we explore six outstanding pizzerias in Henderson. Have you had the chance to taste the pizzas from these places? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Savoring Boulder City: An Insider's Guide to the 3 Must-Visit Pubs
In this article, we will be exploring three distinctive pubs located in the heart of Boulder City. Have you had the opportunity to visit any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.
Change begins at CCSD with new leadership hires after former Superintendent Jara’s resignation
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - Just days after the tenure of Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara ended, the Clark County School District has announced new leadership hires. According to a media release, CCSD revealed “the hiring of a new Chief of Human Resources, a revision of the Region leadership team, and a restructuring of the School Choice and Innovation Network” on Tuesday. The statement noted that the moves were made “under the leadership of Interim Superintendent Dr. Brenda Larsen-Mitchell.”
The city aims for more housing in East Boulder. One major landowner envisions more offices.
In 2022, the Boulder City Council approved the East Boulder Subcommunity Plan, seeking to bring approximately 5,000 housing units to the primarily industrial area east of the Foothills Parkway. Building homes in this area is one of the city’s single-largest opportunities to combate its housing shortage. In an area...
North Las Vegas special education teacher allegedly pinned 5-year-old autistic student to table
A Clark County School District teacher faces child abuse charges after several incidents including allegedly pinning a 5-year-old autistic student to a table, according to an arrest report.
Upcoming Local Events in Henderson, Nevada: March 1-7, 2024
The Henderson Battle of the Bands is accepting submissions for its fourth competition, with categories for under 21s and adults. Winners could earn up to $1,500. Performers must be local.
Workers allege chemical burns from Elon Musk's underground tunnel
Elon Musk's Boring Company has been fined more than $112,000 for safety violations by the Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration at the Vegas Loop underground tunnel last summer.
Two bills could vastly increase amount of Nevada land that can be developed
Nevada has one of the lowest population densities in the country with less than 30 people per square mile. At the same time, your own eyes see that beyond the confines of two metro areas in Las Vegas and Reno, we have miles and miles of untouched desert. Yet, we’re...
Clark County to host one-day job fair for multiple open roles
Las Vegas (KSNV) — The Clark County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a job fair and inviting those looking for a job to come out and attend. The event will take place on Friday, March 1, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Desert Breeze Community Center and Aquatic Facility.
Father shares frustrations after teen’s death ruled accident by coroner
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - On July 30, 16-year-old Angel Naranjo was killed after hitting a wire while riding his mini-bike on the Las Vegas Wash Trail. Now, the Clark County Coroner has determined it was an accident. FOX5 spoke to Angel’s father, Rudy Naranjo, who has a much different...
‘Is there value in this technology?’ Sheriff wants speed, red light cameras in Clark County
Clark County Sheriff Kevin McMahill nearly hit his goal of reducing crime rates “across the board” by 10 percent in 2023, reporting a 9.93% decrease during the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) State of the Department Address Monday morning.
Henderson Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report: 64 Incidents and 5 Crime Stories
Henderson Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report: 64 Incidents and 5 Crime Stories. During the last week, the place of Henderson reported a total of 64 crime cases. The most prevalent crime was Assault, with 24 incidents, followed closely by Theft at 21 incidents. Arrests made up the third largest category, with 16 cases, while Burglary was the least common, with only 3 reported instances. This data indicates a concerning prevalence of violent crimes, with Assault accounting for nearly 38% of all reported incidents. Theft, another serious offense, made up approximately 33% of the total crimes. The number of arrests made during this period also points to a heightened level of law enforcement activity in the area. The relatively low number of burglaries, on the other hand, provides a small degree of relief amidst these alarming statistics. The data highlights the urgent need for effective crime prevention strategies and community awareness programs in Henderson.
Henderson Police release results of its “Joining Forces” initiative
The Henderson Police Department concluded its 5th campaign under the current Joining Forces Program. During the 2-week enforcement initiative that ended on February 23rd. HPD stopped 616 motorists resulting in 610 citations.
Lawsuit planned against F1 after impacted businesses exhaust discussion options
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - Businesses announce a planned lawsuit against Formula One and Las Vegas-area government agencies after a spokesperson said they exhausted options for a settlement. FOX5 was the first station to tell you about the seven business’ requests for a “remedy” following more than $20 million in...
Moped rider in critical condition at hospital after crash in Henderson, police say
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - The Henderson Police Department said a crash sent a moped rider in critical condition to an area hospital Monday afternoon. Police say the crash happened in the are of Via Da Vinci Avenue and Rivoli Street around 4:25 p.m. It involves the moped rider and another vehicle.