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Point-in-time count kicks off annual measure of area homelessness

With flashlights in hand, volunteers pierce through the darkness trying to figure out if the shadows in alleyways and underpasses are in fact people...
Old Town

Groups respond to Bonnie Springs project in dramatically different ways

The pending closure and sale of Bonnie Springs has sparked a range of reactions from the community, from calls to relocate the ranch’s most...

Correction: Rule change won’t speed up eviction process

Changes to civil procedure rules adopted by the Nevada Supreme Court last month will not speed up the eviction process.At the end of December,...
Aerial of Bonnie Springs Ranch property

Bonnie Springs Ranch developer: No zoo, smaller motel, natural look

Additional details have emerged about the future of Bonnie Springs Ranch.The developers, Joel Laub & Associates, are hoping the new details will reassure the...
Soon to be covered by mcmansions

Developer plans to break up Bonnie Springs Ranch, build homes

Documents filed with Clark County confirm rumors that the owners of Bonnie Springs Ranch are seeking to divide up the 63-acre property in order...

Shutdown not derailing real estate, yet, but “probably not good” for market

Federal employees are going without work in some cases, or working without pay in others, but if you’re looking to buy or sell your...
Marilyn Kirkpatrick

Kirkpatrick comes out swinging, wants pot money spent on homelessness

The Clark County Commission is considering a proposal from its new chairwoman, Marilyn Kirkpatrick, to spend a windfall of marijuana business license fee revenue...

Southern Nevada homeless deaths spiked in 2018

Every year for the annual homeless vigil, the Clark County Coroner's office determines how many homeless people died, who they were, and in most...

To buy or not to buy? Is consumer confidence hampering the housing boom?

With some homeowners still recovering from the Great Recession and the housing crash that decimated Nevada’s market, is the economy about to falter, threatening...
the one everybody always natters on about

More divorce, less income and other Nevada notes from new Census report

Compared to the rest of the nation, Nevadans make less money, are more likely to be divorced, less likely to be white, and more...



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