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5 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
Developers planning to build 15,000 homes in North Las Vegas told the city council today they hope to have shovels in the ground before the end of the year on one of the largest housing developments to come to Southern Nevada since the recession.
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9 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
State Sen. Pat Spearman, D-North Las Vegas, talks about her two brothers who were shot and killed trying to break up a fight.
19 hrs ago | City of Las Vegas
More than 700 times each day, people in Southern Nevada call 9-1-1 to report a fire or request medical assistance.
23 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
Las Vegas was blanketed last decade with warehouses and other industrial properties, as speculators tried to cash in on the valley's building boom.
North Las Vegas administrators were finishing a tentative budget to submit to the Nevada Department of Taxation on Tuesday in a bid to avoid a state takeover of city finances and services, a city spokesman said.
Colliers International - Las Vegas announced the finalization of a lease to Christie Lites.
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Sentencing is scheduled next week for an 18-year-old Utah woman on a felony leaving the scene of an accident charge in a crash that hurt eight pedestrians outside a storefront church in North Las Vegas last summer.
A North Las Vegas property owner is pleading for help because his office continues to get hit by taggers.
He is focused on one big issue, he said in a radio interview with Glenn Beck on Monday: He doesn't believe the land belongs to the federal government.
President Barack Obama smiles as he prepares to speak at a rally at Canyon Springs High School in North Las Vegas Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012.
Elko County, Nev., Commissioner Demar Dahl said that the land in dispute in the case of rancher Cliven Bundy does belong to the federal government.
Upon Arrival, crews reported heavy flame and smoke coming from the roof of the Frazier Masonry Corporation at 4460 Riviera Ridge Ave. A second alarm sounded soon after, resulting in more crews from the Clark County Fire, North Las Vegas Fire, and Las Vegas Fire and Rescue to respond.
First, Nevada's property tax caps were enacted in 2005 specifically to prevent governments from ever realizing a revenue windfall as a result of unusually rapid appreciation in land, home and building values.