If you want a sign of Las Vegas’ housing slowdown, just look at the rising tally of sellers who can’t find a buyer.
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Nearly 20 years after a Las Vegas man killed himself and his family after an hourslong standoff, the case has become a staple of the Metropolitan Police Department’s training class for prospective crisis negotiators.
ON FEBRUARY 20, 1943, the Purépecha community in Angahuan, Mexico, watched with great astonishment as the earth opened up, expelled black smoke, and gave birth to the Paricutín volcano, the youngest volcano in the world.
A housing ruling gave Nestor Bunch independence, with limited support. Was he ready?
Muslim lawyer Ko Ni was an adviser to Aung San Suu Kyi when he was assassinated in a plot said to involve ex-military officers. The story of his death, including exclusive details about one of the alleged plotters, shows how hopes for a new Myanmar have dimmed.
Power Keg: Johnson & Johnson knew for decades that asbestos lurked in its Baby Powder A REUTERS INVESTIGATION
Facing thousands of lawsuits alleging that its talc caused cancer, J&J insists on the safety and purity of its iconic product. But internal documents examined by Reuters show that the company’s powder was sometimes tainted with carcinogenic asbestos and that J&J kept that information from regulators and the public.
The database reviewed by The New York Times, a sample of information gathered in 2017 and held by one company, reveals people’s travels in startling detail, accurate to within a few yards and in some cases updated more than 14,000 times a day.
Katie Meyler’s gambit involved a Silicon Valley darling, payments to a social media marketer in Pakistan and a broken promise to a philanthropist with some very famous friends.
Outgoing Supervisor Ron Roberts is backing away from comments he made earlier this week suggesting the county delayed declaring a public health emergency over last year’s deadly hepatitis A outbreak because it didn’t have enough vaccines.
The politics of North County are changing quickly in the era of Trump. Look no further than the 76th Assembly District, long considered a safe space for conservatives, stretching from Camp Pendleton to Encinitas along the coast.
Nevada’s high school class of 2018 graduated at the highest rate in the state’s history,
The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department has received a grant from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to fund the increased efforts to reduce the amount of traffic fatalities and collisions involving bicyclists and pedestrians.
The Dallas County Sheriff’s Department is reporting great success tracking down online predators through a major sting operation. They have had almost 30 arrest in about 2 months for Internet Stalking of a Child. Special Investigator Chuck Barker says they won’t stop until all predators are behind bars.
The president seen signing a trade deal with the leaders of Mexico and Canada. His administration has purchased food from U.S. farmers hurt by the tariffs and is donating some of it to food assistance programs.
San Diego Republicans are at a crossroads following a drubbing in the November election.
Members of the East Side House Settlement’s Melrose Senior Center rallied with Riders Alliance, calling for the city to improve bus service.
A single mom was gunned down at a Taco Bell in Adel, Georgia. Cops quickly closed the case. But did they get the right man? Welcome to Murderville.
For more than a year, federal officials have been pushing for the completion of drought contingency plans by the seven states that share the Colorado River.
The Pentagon is also looking at living camouflage, self-healing paint, and a variety of other applications of engineered organisms, but the basic science remains a challenge.
Plans are underway to return the Route 91 Harvest country-music festival to the Strip in the fall of 2019 — and at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds, not the Las Vegas Village.
If you claim the earned income tax credit, whose average recipient makes less than $20,000 a year, you’re more likely to face IRS scrutiny than someone making twenty times as much.
A teacher whose credential was revoked in 2013 has resigned from his position at Coastal Christian Academy, one day after a VOSD investigation detailed his history of harassment and abuse complaints during his tenure as a public school teacher in Oceanside.
Cities around the country have shown interest in replicating New York City’s year-old program providing counsel to low-income tenants facing eviction in housing court. San Francisco voters approved a similar program, Los Angeles lawmakers tasked that city’s housing department with developing one, and places like Philly
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz on Thursday proposed pairing new rent restrictions with a tax-break for property owners in a bid to address the New York City housing market’s Sword of Damocles
At the end of November, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer called a meeting at the US Grant Hotel downtown. All three remaining Republican members of the City Council came. The Lincoln Club’s president, Brian Pepin, was there. Prominent conservative donors, like developer Tom Sudberry, were there.
It’s like the uncomfortable and horrendous tube socks that keep finding their way under the tree each year: Big, ugly pension debt seems to be the gift that government officials can’t stop getting.
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One morning after the next, semi-trailer trucks get off Interstate 70 near Colby in west-central Kansas.
On November 2017, PBSO detectives adopted a Brevard County “Grandson in jail scam”. The victim, Brevard CO resident, was tricked out of $ 20,000.
Market has shifted in recent weeks; ‘Any property we’re pulling up right now, it’s reduction, reduction, reduction’
At least three more OC sheriff officials knew in 2016 and 2017 of illegally recorded telephone calls between jail inmates and their attorneys, in addition to a sheriff investigator’s knowledge in 2015 of such recordings, according to evidence presented Wednesday in Superior Court.
After blowing out the GOP this past November, Orange County Democrats now face a really tough election challenge as they move to pick a new chairperson for the local Democratic Party next month.
Deputies responded to a shooting in the 1200 Block of Southwest Avenue B, Belle Glade, just after 2:00 am, this morning. Upon arrival, deputies located a female shot in the leg. The investigation determined that John Jones shot the female.
Kansas Gov.-elect Laura Kelly insists the state budget she’s preparing can fully fund the state’s schools, expand Medicaid coverage to another 150,000 people and begin to repair a troubled child welfare system — without a tax hike.
“Good morning, Michigan,” teacher Lesleigh Valette shouts to a group of elementary students who greet her back in unison.