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Buyers again sought for land

A controversial hard money lender has a deal for you — and it involves investing in one of the highest-profile pieces of undeveloped desert in Nevada.

Excessive force case at detention center under investigation

The FBI and the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division in Washington are investigating allegations of excessive force by a corrections officer more than four years ago at the now-closed North Las Vegas Detention Center.

Brooks’ troubles put mental health in spotlight

Mental health became a focus of the Nevada Legislature in a very personal way this session because of expelled Assemblyman Steven Brooks’ public difficulties.

For Las Vegas man, struggle against mental illness ‘not all misery’

When James began hearing voices, the unseen others would simply call his name. Then they began to feed his fears. James, now 19, thought people were following him to his Las Vegas high school. To avoid detection, he began leaving his house as early as 5:30 a.m.

‘Broken’ mental health system overwhelms Nevada

The Review-Journal takes an in-depth look at Nevada’s broken system for helping those who have a mental illness and a new approach that could help ease the crisis.

Three men arrested in North Las Vegas bank robbery

Three men led police and federal authorities on a high-speed chase through valley streets Saturday afternoon, moments after they robbed a Bank of America in the 2400 block of East Centennial Parkway in North Las Vegas, the FBI said.

Documents offer new details on insurance examiner’s death

A 20-year-old woman told detectives that three men beat Nevada’s chief insurance examiner to death and robbed him while she waited in a vehicle, according to court documents.

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