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If you really wanted to rob the vault at Bellagio, it would take more than a team of highly skilled thieves and grifters, experts in munitions and surveillance, and a tiny acrobat.

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Trump may be inching toward broad criminal sentencing reform

President Donald Trump frequently brings up prison reform at his Make America Great Again rallies. The question is, will Trump embrace reform of federal mandatory minimum sentencing?

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Las Vegas billboards focus attention on 2 unsolved killings

The parents of homicide victim Sydney Land have been paying for four billboards in the Las Vegas Valley that ask for information about the unsolved crime.

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Report shows high-rise condo sales on track to surpass 2017

The high-rise condo market in Las Vegas is on pace to surpass yearly sales again, according to new research.

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Former banking executives invest in The Ogden

When former banking executives John and Robin Stephan began exploring where they might want to retire and enjoy their golden years, Las Vegas immediately made it to the top of the list. The Southern California couple, who frequently visited the city as tourists, were drawn to the Entertainment...

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Michigan jurors hear confession in ‘nuisance’ neighbor’s death

A western Michigan man told police that he fatally shot a neighbor while she cleared snow on the day after Christmas last year, saying she was a “nuisance to the neighborhood.”

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Pulte to open first North Las Vegas neighborhood

Pulte Homes announces the opening on Oct. 20 of its first neighborhood in North Las Vegas: Catalina. The new neighborhood offers affordable one- and two-story homes in Sedona Ranch, a new North Las Vegas master-planned community encompassing 160 acres between Craig Ranch Regional Park and the 215...

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Skye Canyon to hold Chalktober Fest

Chalk up a good time and celebrate fall at the second annual Chalktober Fest Oct. 20 from 2 to 6 p.m. at Skye Canyon Park in the northwest valley on U.S. Highway 95 at Skye Canyon Park Drive. Sip seasonal craft beers and wine, eat delicious food from popular food trucks, take in local art and enjoy...

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Family, Fur Fun Festival celebrates pets

Bring your four-legged friends and family to Saturday’s Family, Fur Fun Festival for a day of outdoor activities, pet care education and contests and opportunities to learn about helping, fostering and adopting abandoned or neglected animals. The free event is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Well-behaved pets...

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Summerlin set for arts festival

One of the valley’s most beloved annual art traditions returns this weekend to Downtown Summerlin. The 23rd annual Summerlin Festival of Arts starts Oct. 13 and runs through Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

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Trilogy in Summerlin to build clubhouse

Wondering what your life’s next chapter could look like? Come discover the possibilities Oct. 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Nevada Builder Trade In program helps buyers buy, sell

This summer’s housing market was heated in Las Vegas, with thousands of sales of existing and brand-new homes, and the median price of homes sold through the Multiple Listing Service soared to over $300,000 in September, according to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors.

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Bad conduct can lead to serious health, safety and welfare violations

Note: I have invited Las Vegas attorney Avece M. Higbee to write this column to answer a reader’s question about health and safety fines.

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Crowdfunding program helps buyer get down payment

The way people are able to save for the down payment on a home is changing all thanks to a new program; the first down payment crowdfunding platform approved by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Pardee showcases Skye Canyon collection

Pardee Homes’ Onyx and Cobalt neighborhoods offer modern, spacious, two story home designs in the active-inspired Skye Canyon master-planned community in northwest Las Vegas.

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PGA star Jordan Spieth commits to Shriners Open in Las Vegas

Jordan Spieth, one of the biggest stars on the PGA Tour and currently ranked 10th in the world, committed on Friday to play in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open Nov. 1-4 at TPC Summerlin.

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NFL betting trends — Week 6

The Gold Sheet editor Bruce Marshall provides the Review-Journal with NFL tech notes and trends.

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Dow Jones rebounds Friday after steep losses

Stocks rebounded Friday, clawing back some of the week’s steep losses, but the turbulent trading of the last few days left no doubt that the relative calm the markets enjoyed all summer had been shattered.

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Ex-Golden Knights goalie Calvin Pickard resurfaces with Flyers

Former Golden Knights goaltender Calvin Pickard is back in the NHL with the Philadelphia Flyers, who host his one-time team Saturday at Wells Fargo Center.

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Las Vegas Review-Journal Challenge — Week 7

Paul Stone leads the contest with a 19-11 ATS record and Wes Reynolds is 18-12 ATS.

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