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50 years after MLK assassination, housing equality fight continues

Some 50 years after Washington, D.C., added legal protections against discrimination with the Fair Housing Act — a law enacted in the days after the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. — disparity still exists locally and beyond.

Badlands owners take fight with Las Vegas council to federal court

The owners of the Badlands golf course in Las Vegas filed a federal lawsuit Monday against the city and Councilmen Steve Seroka and Bob Coffin, claiming bias and arguing city officials’ handling of plans to develop the course have violated their 14th Amendment rights.

Home values growing in Las Vegas Valley

With its damaged mailbox, peeling stucco, overgrown yards and obscene graffiti on front and side windows, this North Las Vegas house could easily scarewould-be buyers.

Badlands developer has string of lawsuits against Las Vegas

The company seeking to develop the Badlands golf course is suing Las Vegas in District Court, alleging the city delayed a decision on the plans to first adopt an ordinance that will “severely delay and ultimately prevent development of the property.”