Catherine Cortez Masto
Catherine Cortez Masto says Nevada residents who lost their homes to foreclosure in 2009 or 2010 have until Dec. 31 to submit an application .
Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto along with the Drug Enforcement Administration will hold a prescription drug roundup this Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Thousands of Nevadans who lost their homes to foreclosure could get a settlement.
Nevada’s state attorney general says a Las Vegas married couple who operated a business called My State Processing is now facing multiple felony mortgage fraud and theft charges.
A handful of victims of a mortgage loan modification scam saw the sun shine a little brighter today.
Nevada’s attorney general and top state health officer are launching a campaign to raise awareness about unlicensed medical providers and to urge the Legislature to strengthen laws against back-room procedures.
Nevadans are being warned about immigration scams.
Las Vegas – The Las Vegas housing market is making a positive comeback. The National Associations of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals got together yesterday to hear a message from the Attorney General. AG Catherine Cortez […]
In a letter to promoter Bob Arum, Catherine Cortez Masto says unless someone comes forward with criminal allegations, “the matter is closed.”
The wife of retired Army Gen. David Petraeus is giving Nevada service members some advice on how to protect their cash.