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New details released from July 4 police shooting

 POLICE: Bryan Bauer, 36, killed after standoff officers inside Hilton Garden Inn -The Henderson Police Department concluded its preliminary investigation of a Fourth of July standoff between officers and a man firing shots inside the Hilton Garden Inn that ended with the suspect fatally wounded. According to city spokesperson Kathleen Richards,  a hotel guest approached the front desk and reported […]

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Police fatally shoot man in hotel standoff

NEWS: Police say Bryan Bauer, 36, killed after firing shots at officers inside Hilton Garden Inn, July 4 -A Fourth of July standoff between Henderson Police officers and a man firing shots inside the Hilton Garden Inn ended with the suspect fatally wounded when he emerged from a guest room. Officers were called to the hotel at 1340 […]

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WEEKEND: Egg Hunts and health screenings featured at Henderson Health Fair

CULTURE: Pavilion hosts health initiative event today that features talk by former NFL linebacker -An egg hunt, health screens and fitness activities and demonstrations will be offered during today’s Henderson Health Fair at the city Pavilion. The Apr. 4 event also includes information booths from various health care providers and fitness professionals. The public may […]

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WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT: ‘Butterflies’ begins three week stage run

ARTS: Theatre in the Valley presents award-winning play “Butterflies are Free” beginning Friday -Theatre in the Valley begins its three weekend run of the classic 1969 play “Butterflies are Free” March 13. “I always try to find myself in something,” said lead actor Kelley Malloy regarding the difficulty of interpreting such familiar material. “There’s always […]

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Police union unveils renovated hall

POLICE: $750,000 in upgrades breathes new life into Water Street District structure The Henderson Police Officers’ Association unveiled it’s renovated union hall with an open house, March 12. Nearly all of the $750,000 upgrade to the building at 145 Panama Street was paid for by union members, with the exception of $22,000 in grants. Federal […]

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NEWS: Home robbery suspects sought

CRIME: Police seek public’s help to identify photograph of potential suspect – Henderson Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a woman that may be involved in a robbery at a Henderson home on New Year’s Day. One male and two female suspects entered the single-family residence in the 100 block of Casa Del […]

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LIVING:Saturday Stroll and Roll part of effort to grow city’s cycling culture

CULTURE: Up to 10,000 visitors expected for Nov. 15 free street fair celebrating alternative transportation modes – The second annual Henderson fall Stroll and Roll will be held Saturday, Nov. 15, along a one-mile route between Green Valley Parkway and Valle Verde Drive,  bordering Paseo Verde Park, Discovery Park and the Multigenerational Center. The car-free street fair offers activities for all ages. […]

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NEWS: Man sentenced in fatal shooting

CRIME: Colin Lowrey to serve up to 20 years for 2012 death of Cherish Pincombe -A Henderson man who claims he shot a woman in the head by accident one year ago was sentenced to between eight and 20 years in prison Oct. 24. Colin Lowrey, now 23, shot 23-year-old Cherish Pincomeb in the head […]

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