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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Authorities say a woman who asked if it was legal to keep tigers at home in a rural Nevada town was arrested after sheriff's deputies found three tigers in her backyard in Pahrump.
A dispute over whether or not tigers could be kept on property in Pahrump has been settled.
The Pahrump Valley Times reports Ray Mielzynski will be allowed to keep the 10 tigers currently on his property there.
Animal rights groups have appealed against a decision by the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission to allow a man to house tigers on his property, according to the Pahrump Valley Times.
Nye County has given approval for a facility housing tigers to operate.