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Las Vegas cab driver Keith Goldberg's siblings say they knew almost immediately that something terrible had happened to their brother when he went missing in January 2012.
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Lexus owners who bring their vehicles to Lexus of Henderson for service sooner or later will meet Jerry Gowen.
The man, who was black with a mustache and weighed about 300 pounds, left the scene on a motorized scooter, police said.
HENDERSON, Nev. -- Police in Henderson say they're looking for a large man who used a motorized wheelchair to make his getaway after a jewelry store heist.
Police in Henderson say they're looking for a large man who used a motorized wheelchair to make his getaway after a jewelry store heist.
Erin Lale, author of American Celebration, responds to the internet meme that claims that Ash Wednesday has a heathen origin.
That is the response of some Henderson residents who are concerned about a proposed route for Interstate 11 that would carve a path through some rural eastern parts of the city.
Recently Henderson, Nevada Mayor Andy Hafen proclaimed February 13, 2014 "Fathers and Families Coalition of America Day" and presented me with an original signed proclamation at an empowering ceremony with the city clerk.
Bail was set at $101,000 cash for a Henderson man accused of taking a small plane on a drunken joyride for midnight touch-and-go landings at Boulder City Municipal Airport.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly network breakfast from 7 to 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Black Mountain Golf and Country Club, 500 Greenway Road, in Henderson.
On Sunday night, Paul Michael Weddle, of Henderson, Nevada, did something we've all thought about doing.
When Ryan Hafey of Henderson, Nev., got home from work Feb. 2, all he wanted to do was relax in front of the TV.
Julie Klein, right, shares information about the American Cancer Society with freshmen, from left, Cameron Leek, Bradley Smith, Motasem Albaghdadi and Jason Lorenzen during the Henderson Chamber of Commerce's I Can Be Program at Foothill High School Feb. 12. The program connects local business people with ninth-graders to pique their interests in ... (more)
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