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Henderson is the second-largest city in Nevada, and it is located in the southeast corner of the Las Vegas metropolitan area. The township of Henderson was instrumental during World War II because of its supply of magnesium, which was used in munitions casings and airplane engines. In 2006, Money magazine ranked Henderson 20th in its list of top 100 places to live in the United States. Prevention magazine also named the city as the sixth-best walking city in America – considering its 37-plus miles of trails.

Population: 252064
Local Newspapers: Henderson/Green Valley View Henderson Home News
Local Sports Teams: Las Vegas 51s (AAA Baseball)
Local Colleges: Nevada State College University of Southern Nevada Art Institute of Las Vegas

Zip Codes associated with henderson, nevada: 89002 89009 89011 89012 89044 89052 89053 89074 89077
Towns/Cities near henderson, nevada : Las Vegas Whitney Boulder City

Henderson News
Video helps police arrest sexual assault suspect in Las Vegas

Hours after Metro Police released surveillance video to the public, which purportedly showed a sexual assault suspect walking into an east valley business where the crime was committed, he was identified and placed in handcuffs. Nicholas Pino, 22, was arrested today in a Henderson residence on two counts each of sexual assault and battery to commit sexual assault, and one count of kidnapping.

Henderson police investigate homicide of man found at mobile home park

The death of a man whose body was found inside an RV in a Henderson mobile home park Tuesday night is being investigated as a homicide, city police announced today. Henderson police responded to a tip and made the discovery about 10:50 p.m. in the 1800 block of Ward Drive, near Boulder Highway and Sunset Road, officials said.

Taste of the Town readers locate knishes in Las Vegas

Good news for Bill Chavera: His fellow Taste of the Town readers say he still can get knishes in Southern Nevada. Paul Gary emailed that square ones are available at Costco at 791 Marks St. in Henderson, and Ann Brown found them at Bagelmania at 855 E. Twain Ave. and in The Kosher Experience at Smith's at 2211 N. Rampart Blvd. Penny Reese is looking for bran muffins similar to those she used to get at Glazier's, which she said were moist, with plump, juicy raisins.

Suspended Las Vegas lawyer Jacob Hafter dies at age 42

Controversial Las Vegas lawyer Jacob Hafter, who was suspended by the Nevada Supreme Court in November, died Tuesday at the age of 42. Attorney Jacob Hafter leaves the courtroom after a hearing at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas on Nov. 8, 2017. Daniel Clark/Las Vegas Review-Journal Follow @DanJClarkPhoto Controversial Las Vegas lawyer Jacob Hafter, who was suspended by the Nevada Supreme Court in November, died Tuesday at the age of 42. According to the Clark County coroner's office, Hafter was taken from his law office to University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at about 2:15 p.m. His cause of death has not been determined.

Henderson budget would add 37 employees, fire station

Henderson city officials are set to hire 37 full-time employees and start the planning process for a new fire station, according to its $269.9 million tentative budget for 2018-19. Henderson city officials are set to hire 37 full-time employees and start the planning process for a new fire station, according to its $269.9 million tentative budget for 2018-19 .

Suspect sought in armed bank robberies in Las Vegas Valley

Police are searching for a man suspected of robbing a pair of banks just hours apart Tuesday afternoon in the Las Vegas Valley. Police are searching for a man suspected of robbing a pair of banks just hours apart Tuesday afternoon in the Las Vegas Valley.

What to empower women? Stop talking about gender pay gap

Nevada Senators Pat Spearman, D-Las Vegas, and Majority Leader Michael Roberson, R-Henderson, talk about proposals the Legislative Building in Carson City, Nev., on Monday, March 2, 2015. Both lawmakers have proposed bills that would reduce the wage gap between men and women.

North Carolina councilwoman questions truth of 9/11 attacks

A North Carolina city councilwoman is questioning the reality of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed about 3,000 people. The Charlotte Observer reports Charlotte City Council member LaWana Mayfield posted on her Facebook page Monday a link to an article from Awarenessact.com titled "It's Official: European Scientific Journal Concludes 9/11 Was A Controlled Demolition."

African cats find a home in the Nevada desert

Visitors take a photos in front of one of the lions at the Lion Habitat Ranch in Henderson, Nevada. It is the only animal sanctuary similar to a zoo where people can learn about exotic animals near Las Vegas.

Updated harassment policy up for vote at Clark County meeting

Clark County Commissioners from left, Larry Brown, Steve Sisolak, Susan Brager, and Lawrence Weekly, listen to speakers during a Clark County Commission meeting inside the Clark County Commissioner chambers in Las Vegas Tuesday, March 17, 2015. Anti-harassment policies, recreational marijuana stores and the fate of two constable offices in the Las Vegas Valley are set to be discussed at Tuesday's Clark County Commission meeting.

April 15, 2018

A family spokesman says former first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and won't seek additional medical treatment. Sometimes new-home shopping takes one to all corners of the Las Vegas Valley to find the "perfect home."

Former nationwide overnight radio host Art Bell dies

Art Bell, a nationwide overnight radio host best known for paranormal-themed shows, died on Friday the 13th. He was 72. The Coast to Coast AM show he founded was syndicated nationwide on about 500 stations across the United States and Canada from 1993 until 2002, according to the station website .

State, federal laws affect age-qualified communities

Q: Barbara, I enjoy your column and have questions that are now facing our age-qualified community. Is there a Henderson ordinance addressing renters that are a nuisance? Also, are there associations that can restrict buyers that purchase new homes on speculation and have no intention of living in these communities but turn it over to a rental? Is there a way to legally restrict buyers, who are younger than 50, from purchasing a home in a 55-plus community? We are proposing to our homeowners association that our bylaws be amended to make sure we remain a 55-plus community.

Las Vegas families describe waiting game for autism therapy

Little Jason Sebron donned his black flat-bill baseball cap on a recent Wednesday - and for the first time, he didn't scramble to take it off. Jason Sebron, 5, poses with his father, Rick Nostro, and mother, Rhonda Sebron, at their Henderson home on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Nevada Builder Trade In helps with contingency sales

Sometimes new-home shopping takes one to all corners of the Las Vegas Valley to find the "perfect home." For Michelle Walter, she found her ideal home at a CalAtlantic Homes neighborhood in Henderson, but she decided to look for a home closer to her work in the southwestern valley.

Findlay Automotive adding new dealerships in various states

Coming on the heels of a record year that saw an 8 percent increase in sales for 2017, Findlay Automotive Group isn't slowing down in 2018. Coming on the heels of a record year that saw an 8 percent increase in sales for 2017, Findlay Automotive Group isn't slowing down in 2018.

Tourism boost: Train route linking Boulder City, Henderson could add stops

Student engineer Joe Franco stands on a train engine while it is stopped during an event to celebrate the driving of the final railroad spike reconnecting the Nevada Southern Railway from Boulder City to Henderson, Friday, April 13, 2018. With a few strikes of a pair of silver spikes on Friday Gov. Brian Sandoval and U.S. Sen. Dean Heller restored the Union Pacific rail line between Henderson and Boulder City for the first time in three decades.

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