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Dead fish perplex residents in northwest neighborhood

Las Vegas, NV — Residents of the Desert Shores community are used to looking out their back doors over Lake Jacqueline and seeing beautiful birds and other wildlife. But recently they say they’ve spotted a disturbing and mysterious change. “There was old ones and young one and big ones and small ones,” Daniel Bryan said. …

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Federal Home Loan Bank Seattle 2015 $5.2M Affordable Housing Program (AFP) Applications Due May 15, 2015

2015 AHP Funding Round Now Open! The Seattle Bank’s 2015 AHP funding round is now open. AHP applications must be submitted to the Seattle Bank no later than Friday, May 15, 2015, at 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Visit our Login page to access the online application. We encourage you to: Visit the 2015 Funding Round …

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Man who allegedly caused 9-vehicle crashed in February in court

Las Vegas, NV — Kenneth Rankin appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom on Friday. He is the suspect in a crash involving nine vehicles that resulted in the death of a local mother. Rankin appeared before a judge for his preliminary hearing. However, it was postponed after prosecutors asked the judge for more time. The …

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As home prices slow, tougher for homeowners to get ‘above water’

Las Vegas’ once-huge rate of underwater homeowners keeps improving, but as price-growth slows, the flow of borrowers escaping upside-down status has slowed with it. An estimated 26.4 percent of Southern Nevada homeowners with mortgages were underwater — meaning their debt outweighed their home value — in the fourth quarter last year, according to a new …

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Lawmakers looking to change HOA law to protect family pets

Las Vegas, NV — A Contact 13 Investigation takes center stage in a legislative hearing about coyotes attacking family pets. Reacting to an HOA Hall of Shame report from last fall, state lawmakers are seeking to change the Nevada Homeowner Association Law. Safety first when it comes to protecting family pets. Sounds like common sense, …

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Revised water bills to be heard in Senate next week

By Lillian BrownePahrump Valley Timeslbrowne@pvtimes.com Two amended proposed state Senate bills governing the allocation of Nevada’s water will be back before the government affairs committee for a vote in the coming weeks. Senate Bills 65 and 81, authored by the Nevada Division of Water Resources engineer Jason King, proposed expanding his authority to control groundwater …

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Scoot and Shoot raises money for Metro’s Honor Guard

Las Vegas, NV —  Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s honor guard has one of the most difficult and important roles on the department. And Saturday, you can help them fulfill their mission to honor our fallen officers. This is the second year for the Scoot and Shoot event. Last year they had no idea 400 …

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Las Vegas foreclosure filings on the rise, report finds

Nevada’s foreclosure woes worsened last month as lenders seized more homes than in January and filed more default notices, a new report shows. One in every 569 homes statewide received a foreclosure-related filing in February, up 7 percent from January and 12 percent from a year ago, according to RealtyTrac. Nevada’s foreclosure rate was second-highest …

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