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Henderson Police Looking for Missing 10-Year-Old

HENDERSON, Nev. -- Police are searching for a 10-year-old boy who has been missing since Wednesday afternoon.

Police do not suspect foul play but are concerned because of the boy's young age. Edward Lopez was last seen leaving his home near Wigwam Parkway and Stephanie Street around 4 p.m.

Lopez is an African-American male, 4-foot-5 tall and weighing around 95 pounds. He was wearing a T-shirt, light blue jeans and black shoes.

Police say Lopez was last seen with, Trent Henrickson, a 15-year-old runaway.

Anyone with information is asked to call Henderson Police Dept. at (702)267-4750 or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at (702)385-5555.

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Car Seat Safety Checked

Car Seat Safety Checked


Henderson police held a checkpoint Wednesday to ensure children were properly buckled up.

The police department teamed with SAFE KIDS to make sure car seats were properly installed, and children were strapped in.

“Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death of children. So, it is so important to have your kids buckled up every time, every ride,” Jeanne Cosgrove with SAFE KIDS said. “Most of these parents today have said they were going a short distance and didn't think anything could happen in that short distance, but it can.”

Nevada law says all children under the age of 6 or weighing less than 60 pounds must be in a car seat. A driver with a child not in a car seat can face a $300 ticket.

Free Screenings for Fall Risk

Free Screenings for Fall Risk


The Southern Nevada Health District is working with Nevada Geriatric Education Consortium to sponsor Fall Prevention Awareness Day with a series of fall prevention programs.

The health district has set up fall testing for seniors at centers around the Las Vegas Valley Friday. The testing starts at noon and goes until 2:30 p.m. The screenings are free. Those who test positive for being at risk for a fall will be referred to Stepping On a fall prevention program.

Every year more than one-third of adults 65 and older suffer some kind of fall. Of those, one-third is hurt. Research also shows people who fall are likely to fall again, and each fall increases the chance of seriously injury.

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Henderson Named One of America's Best Cities

HENDERSON, Nev. - Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen is happy to accept the honor of landing on Bloomberg BusinessWeek's list of Best Cities in America.

"We do have our share of foreclosures in Henderson of course, but we're still one," he said. "Our goal, our vision is to be America's premiere community. So, little by little, that's what we're going to work toward, and this is just one of those steps, awards, that shows, hey, we're on the right path."

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The people who live in Henderson are just as happy.

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Restaurant Expanding Inside Station Casinos

Restaurant Expanding Inside Station Casinos

A popular Mexican restaurant is expanding into three new Station Casinos’ properties.

Cabo Mexican Restaurant will open additional locations at Sunset Station, Boulder Station and Aliante Station. The restaurants are set to open by September 29. With the new locations, there will be a new menu with expanded combo meals, guacamole made tableside, and seven new entrees.

The place will keep its popular all-you-can-eat tacos. To celebrate the opening, all Mexican restaurants in every Station Casinos property will offer the deal. Days of the week and times the special is available will vary by restaurant.

New Reality TV Series Showcases Trailer Park Housewives

New Reality TV Series Showcases Trailer Park Housewives

LAS VEGAS - Move over real housewives. "The Trailer Park Housewives of Las Vegas" are moving in. "Trailer Park Housewives of Las Vegas" is a new reality television series being filmed in Las Vegas.

Bobbie Hemlock converted a school bus into an RV. She sleeps on a bed that's the size of a cot. It's butted next to her shower and just inches from her kitchen.

"It'd be interesting, because a lot of people don't realize that living ‘the trailer life'… isn't always just the completely poor. I have three college degrees, and I live wonderfully on my income and my retirement," she said. "I also have a cedar line shower that converts into a sauna, so it's definitely not just a trash mobile."

It's tight living quarters, but she couldn't be happier.

"I was building the kitchen and the bathroom fixtures in my apartment in my living room three years before I bought the bus," she said.

Police ID Officer Involved in Henderson Shooting

HENDERSON, Nev. -- The Henderson Police Department has identified the officer involved in a shooting on Friday.

Police say Officer Keith Massenburg shot 28-year-old Josiyah Meno. Meno was taken to Sunrise Hospital. Officer Massenburg has been a member of the Henderson Police Department for three years.

The shooting happened around 9:30 a.m. Friday Police say a person called 911 to report Meno waving around two handguns at the corner of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Coronado Center.

Four officers responded and tried to reason with the man. Officers negotiated with Meno for nearly eight minutes before he allegedly raised one of the guns at the officers and Massenburg shot him.

Police believe Meno also fired a shot around the time he was struck. No one else was injured during the incident. He will be proxy booked on charges of attempted murder of a police officer.