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Robin Urevich

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When the living’s not so easy, the giving’s not so easy either
Need is greater just as charitable donations are declining
Monday, Aug. 18, 2008
In 2005, Las Vegas was a boomtown for more than just real estate and gaming.
At ground zero of a national housing crisis
In Nevada, 77 percent of all homeowners — not just those in foreclosure — will feel the effects of declining property values
Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008
Buddy Yates sits at a dining room table awash in paperwork. The bills, late notices and letters represent his nearly yearlong quest to keep his family in the three-bedroom North Las Vegas tract home he bought two years ago.
Group is there when youths go homeless
Partnership fills gaps in county system’s services
Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2008
The goal for the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth is to end homelessness, but in the short term, it addresses the day-to-day needs of street kids and offers a community of peers and adults who know life on the streets.
Echelon delay changes prospects for workers
Las Vegas has been construction employment hot spot; now future looks a lot less certain
Saturday, Aug. 2, 2008
Ironworker Jerry Ciciliano had been on the job for a couple of hours Friday morning when he discovered that he’d be out of a job. “It’s hard to believe they’d go that far (with the project) and then quit,” Ciciliano said.
If they want money to fight foreclosure, it may be scam
State attorney general targets fraudulent ‘consultants’
Friday, July 18, 2008
Jeffery Brown offered a lifeline to homeowners swamped by the rising tide of foreclosures.
Trickle-down effect turns upside down
Ailing economy creates penny-pinchers
Thursday, July 3, 2008
Attorney Shawn Christopher saw the economy turn about 18 months ago when his clients stopped asking how to manage piles of money and began seeking help with mountains of debt.
Home, but for how long?
79-year-old put her trust in man accused of mortgage fraud, only to find she no longer owns her house
Friday, June 27, 2008
The federal court docket for today shows that one Steven Grimm is scheduled to answer additional federal charges in connection with alleged mortgage fraud. If convicted, he could face life in prison.

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