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Henderson city council votes to shift senior transportation program

A nonprofit group will be taking over transportation for seniors in Henderson.

There’s hope yet for the senior transportation program which some sought to eliminate due to cost after Henderson’s city council voted to turn over operations to a nonprofit organization.

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Henderson City Council to hear updated vision for downtown

Henderson city leaders will get a look at updated at plans for the city's downtown.

Henderson still envisions the Water Street area as a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week community for residents, workers and tourists. But its plan to get there needed some tweaking, according to city planners.

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Four displaced by fire in Henderson

Henderson-- The Henderson Fire Department is looking into what caused a fire at an apartment that displaced four people.

It happened just before 7 a.m. Saturday near Marks Street and Galleria Drive. When fire crews arrived, they found heavy fire and smoke coming from the garage of a three-story multi-family home.

One sprinkler inside the garage was activated and kept the blaze from spreading. One man and one firefighter suffered minor burns to their hands and were treated and released at the scene.

The American Red Cross is assisting the adults displaced because of the fire. The cause remains under investigation.

The loss is estimated at $75,000. 

Henderson Police launch bike patrol

HENDERSON, Nev. -- Some Henderson police officers are now conducting their patrols on a bicycle. The department launched its 18-member bike unit Thursday.

The unit will conduct enforcement on trails and at city events, such as the upcoming Fourth of July celebration. It will also educate the community about bicycle safety. Henderson was recently named as a Bicycle Friendly Community.

A $45,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice paid for the bicycles, uniforms, helmets and bike racks for the patrol cars.

Nevada special enrollment period ends Friday

LAS VEGAS -- The deadline for the special enrollment period for Nevadans who tried but were unable to purchase health insurance is midnight Friday, May 30.
Due to ongoing problems with the Nevada Health Link website, applicants already in the system who couldn't complete their registration were given an additional 60-day period to enroll. Once the deadline passes, the next opportunity to sign up will be in November.

"Most of the applications have gone through.

Henderson now ‘a lot smarter’ after era of toxic production

Two big manufacturers will now be cleaning up parts of Henderson contaminated by chemical manufacturing done years ago.

With its carefully manicured neighborhoods and sprawling office parks, Henderson has outgrown its roots as a magnesium producer for the country’s military ...

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Former candidate asks Nevada high court to oust Henderson mayor

A former candidate for Henderson mayor took the next step in his effort to oust Mayor Andy Hafen.

A former Henderson mayoral candidate has filed a petition with the Nevada Supreme Court asking for the removal of Mayor Andy Hafen from office because of term limits.

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