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Homeless numbers drop, but more than 5,000 still on streets

Southern Nevada had a 13 percent decrease in people experiencing homelessness, according to the 2019 Southern Nevada Homeless Census.Good news, to be sure....
sinking Windsor Park

Historic Windsor Park loses out to developer

Windsor Park, a historic African-American neighborhood neglected by North Las Vegas after many of its residents abandoned their sinking homes, owes the area’s current...
Windsor Park

Neighborhood is sinking but NLV could allow warehouses

When Pastor Bill Miller wanted to build a wall at his North Las Vegas home, the city denied the permit, claiming the sinking soil...
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Ford joins coalition opposing HUD rule to evict undocumented immigrants

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford joined a coalition of 23 states opposing a proposed rule by the Trump administration that could displace more than...
Seth Moulton

On campaign trail, Moulton argues new generation should lead

What actions the United States takes to address climate change, economic insecurity, health care, increased automation of jobs and national security will have a...
Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear

Is Las Vegas ready to require affordable housing from developers?

A City of Las Vegas councilman is suggesting housing developers be required to include affordable (perhaps even low-income) units in exchange for the privilege...
Historic photo of the Moulin Rouge

Plan to turn Moulin Rouge site into affordable housing questioned

A plan to purchase the Moulin Rouge site for $5.5 million to develop a casino and affordable housing hybrid was tabled Tuesday amid questions...
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Next round of pot fees allocated toward rehousing homeless families

The Clark County Commission Tuesday approved $6.1 million generated from marijuana license fees to help pay for rapid rehousing programs, which could create about...

Helping homeless youth succeed: what it takes, and where the state fits in

More than once in her life, 18-year-old Alonn Adams didn’t think she would graduate high school.Since she was 9, she lived in 26...
we've let housing economics get so weird

Despite pushback from Realtors, Sisolak signs tenant protections into law

Despite public pressure from Realtors, Gov. Steve Sisolak signed legislation Wednesday to lengthen the time frame of evictions and provide tenant protections.Last minute...



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