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About: henderson, nevada

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: Las Vegas 51s (AAA Baseball)
Local Colleges: State UniversityNevada State College, University of Southern Nevada, Art Institute of Las Vegas

Zip Codes associated with henderson, nevada: 89002, 89009, 89011, 89012, 89014-89016, 89044, 89052, 89053, 89074, 89077
Towns/Cities near henderson, nevada : Las Vegas, Whitney, Boulder City

Henderson News
Valley mom, teen to introduce bill concerning underage drinking

A Las Vegas mother is teaming up with a valley teen in an effort to change a Nevada law involving underage drinking. Kimberly Caipa is working with 18-year-old Rose Asaf to introduce State Senate Bill 464.

After 63 years, flying his old plane again

Claudia Simmons, left, laughs as Phil Pardon, right, with the Commemorative Air Force compares an old photograph of her husband, Jim Simmons, as he arrived to take a trip aboard a vintage AT-6 at the Henderson Executive Airport on Friday, March 27, 2015, in Henderson. Jim Simmons last flew the military aircraft in 1952 while he was enlisted in the U.S. Air Force.

Henderson school locked down after report of nearby gunshot

Dooley Elementary School was locked down this afternoon as officers investigated a report of a gunshot in the area, Henderson Police said. Someone reported hearing a shot near the school in the vicinity of Boulder Highway and Equestrian Drive, Henderson Police spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said.

Some of K Street's biggest losers from Harry Reid's retirement

Harry Reid wasn't just a giant in Nevada politics, he was a hub of the lobbying industry. He's got 34 former aides in Open Secrets' revolving door database , putting him in third place among current office-holders.

Reid Retiring

Listen Live Welcome to NewsRadio 100.5 KXNT! NewsRadio 100.5 KXNT is dedicated to being the dominant information and talk source for Las [...] CBS Sports Radio 1140 and 100.5-2 FM HD2 CBS Sports Radio 1140 and 100.5-2 FM HD2 7255 South Tenaya Way Suite 100 Las Vegas, NV 89113 Business Office: 702-889-7300 Business Fax: 702-889-7373 Maureen Pulicella, General Sales Manager, 702-889-7566, mpulicella@cbs.com Kyle Helmick, Promotions & [...] - In a departure from his previous insistence that he planned to seek another term representing Nevada in the United States Senate, Harry Reid has posted a video on his YouTube channel announcing he will be retiring next year.

New chamber tax study sparks harsh words from Sandoval

Nevada Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson, R-Henderson, listens to testimony from lobbyist Carol Vilardo during a hearing at the Legislative Building in Carson City, Nev., on Thursday, March 26, 2015. Debate continues over Gov. Brian Sandoval's proposal to change the business license fee program to raise money for public education.

Pet-friendly Henderson: Area workplaces don't discriminate when it comes to pets

Henderson View reporter Caitlyn Belcher's Yorkshire terrier, Zuri, enjoys eating and relaxing at Annie's Gourmet Italian, 75 S. Valle Verde Drive. The restaurant allows pets on its patio and offers meals to its furry guests.

Assembly bill could break up CCSD

First-year theater student Elena Cellitti pauses while classmates wander in character during an exercise at the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. If CCSD were broken up, LVA could become part of a new Las Vegas school district, meaning students in other districts may not be able to attend.

Fire does $67,000 damage to house in Henderson

One person and a pet were displaced after an accidental house fire this morning caused an estimated $67,000 damage, according to the Henderson Fire Department. Firefighters responded about 6:40 a.m. to a fire at a single-story house on Running River Road, near Green Valley Parkway and Warm Springs Road, city spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said.

Do you know what these Nevada things are named for? - QUIZ

We all know Nevada comes from a Spanish word referring to snow-capped mountains, but do you know Fremont? Henderson? How about Searchlight? The below comment section contains thoughts and opinions from users that in no way represent the views of the Las Vegas Review-Journal or GateHouse Media. This public platform is intended to provide a forum for users of reviewjournal.com to share ideas, express thoughtful opinions and carry the conversation beyond the article.

Legislature to take up alternative revenue plan, sunset taxes

There were major developments Monday in the debate over taxes to fund Gov. Brian Sandoval's $7.3 billion two-year budget, with Assembly Republicans scheduled to introduce an alternative revenue plan in an evening floor session. At the same time, the Senate was expected to see the introduction of a bill to extend a package of taxes that are set to expire on June 30, commonly referred to as the sunset taxes that have been used as a bandage to balance the budget since 2009.

Quick Take: General George S. Patton on leadership and change

General George S. Patton, as played by corporate entertainer John Di Domenico, kicked off Fire-Rescue Med with a presentation that emphasized change as a necessary part of effective leadership. General George S. Patton, as played by corporate entertainer John Di Domenico, salutes the fire and EMS leaders attending Fire-Rescue Med.

Federal court rejects Third Amendment claim against police officers

Back in 2013, a lot of attention focused on a Third Amendment claim against Henderson, Nevada police officers. I wrote about the case here .

Education but one focus of Urban League to improve economic conditions

Economic conditions for African Americans remain in a crisis mode, according to the annual State of Black America report issued this week. The 2015 Equality Index of Black America stands at 72.2 percent, which means that blacks experience less than three-fourths the quality of life experienced by white Americans.

2 GOP leaders to propose hybrid tax plan

Assembly Ways and Means Committee Chairman Paul Anderson, R-Las Vegas, speaks with the Review-Journal editorial board on Wednesday June18, 2014. Assembly Tax Committee Chairman Derek Armstrong, R-Henderson, speaks to the Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial board on Wednesday, Sept.

Q+A: Henderson-raised Chaz Wolcott is living his dream onstage in 'Newsies'

Actor, dancer and choreographer Chaz Wolcott is 27 years old, but he could easily portray a 17-year-old with his youthful looks and friendly, energetic demeanor. In fact, Wolcott, who is starring in Disney's "Newsies" at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts downtown through Sunday, is only 6, as he is a Leap Year baby.

Water parks prepare for openers with special events

Wet'n'Wild and Cowabunga Bay open on March 28 for weekends and will begin daily operations in late May. Wet'n'Wild and Cowabunga Bay open on March 28 for weekends and will begin daily operations in late May. At Wet'n'Wild on the west side of the valley, 7055 S. Fort Apache Road, the first 100 attendees in Superhero or comic book costumes won silver season passes and got to take a look at a ride that is the first of its kind in the nation. Some people gathered outside the park entrance on Friday night and camped out in order to be at the front of the line.