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Nevada AG Closes Case On Pacquiao-Bradley

In a letter to promoter Bob Arum, Catherine Cortez Masto says unless someone comes forward with criminal allegations, “the matter is closed.”

07/05/2012

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Nevadans Receive Help On Financial Issues

The wife of retired Army Gen. David Petraeus is giving Nevada service members some advice on how to protect their cash.

05/16/2012

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Masto Warns Senior Citizens To “Beware Of Scammers”

Attorney General Catherine Cortez-Masto is advising Nevadans to be on the lookout for the granparent scam.

CBS Las Vegas–03/08/2012

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Fire In South Las Vegas Raises Suspicion

A fire that broke out around one in the morning today may be cause for alarm.

CBS Las Vegas–03/02/2012

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Nevada AG Settles Mortgage Settlement

Help for Nevada residents hurt by the mortgage crisis is on the way.

CBS Las Vegas–02/10/2012

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Nevada Not Joining Foreclosure Settlement

Nevada isn’t joining a multi-state settlement over foreclosure abuses that would require the nation’s five largest mortgage lenders to reduce loans for borrowers in other states.

CBS Las Vegas–02/07/2012

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AG Files Lawsuit Over Robo-Signing Scheme

Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto is suing a Florida-based lender services company for an alleged scheme to file tens of thousands of fraudulent mortgage and foreclosure documents in the Las Vegas area.

12/16/2011

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Nevada, California AGs Team Up To Fight Foreclosures

Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto is teaming up with her California counterpart in a new effort against the foreclosure crisis.

12/06/2011

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State Seeks End to Agreement with Bank

The state wants to end a loan modification agreement with Bank of America.

CBS Las Vegas–08/31/2011

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Sandoval Considering Extending Expiring Taxes

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will consider extending some expiring taxes to help plug a $656 million hole after the state’s Supreme Court ruled that lawmakers can’t siphon money from local governments to […]

05/28/2011

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