Faith Lutheran scored 29 points in the 4th quarter, all from running plays, to post a comeback win over Canyon Springs and move on to the Mountain Region final. Elaine Emerson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Sierra Vista defeats Green Valley, 30 – 6
Sam Gordon goes over Arbor View’s win over Desert Pines.
Kathy Olivier talks to the loss to Wright State on Nov. 9, 2018, at Cox Pavilion. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Wildfires hit Ventura County, Calif., on Nov. 9, 2018. (Richard Brian/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas has a long history of developers pitching massive projects and never building them. Ideas that have come and gone include megaresorts, stadiums and condo towers. Current stalled ideas include a 27-acre arena and hotel project on the Strip and a 130-acre extreme sports park near Town Square. More than $3.5 billion worth of relatively new projects in Las Vegas are stuck on the drawing board or showing little progress.
Las Vegas apartment rents are climbing at one of the fastest rates in the country. The average asking rent is $1,055, up 25 percent since early 2013, according to Reis Inc. Apartment complexes are also selling fast, and at rising prices. Buyers often plan to renovate the property and boost the rents.
The state of Nevada on Friday dedicated its Battle Born memorial honoring 895 state residents who have died in America’s wars.
• 4023 Wild Eagle Circle: Six beds, 4½ baths, 4,238 square feet. Listed for $649,000, owned by Janelle Brown.
• 4039 Wild Eagle Circle: Five bedrooms, 3½ baths, 4,238 square feet. Listed for $639,000, owned by Christine Brown.
Each home features: Built-in garage storage, water softeners, reverse osmosis purifiers, three-car garage, two laundry rooms, remote camera systems, fully landscaped front and backyards, fireplace, gas cooktop, double oven, granite counters, kitchen island, stainless steel appliances.
History: Semi-custom homes built in 2012 by Pinnacle Homes. Public records in 2012 showed the value at approximately $443,700 for each of the homes owned by the Brown family, featured on the TLC series “Sister Wives.”
Listing: Janelle Brown, real estate salesperson, TMI Realty
UNLV basketball coach Marvin Menzies talks about facing Loyola Marymount. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal