The Oakland Raiders announced Tuesday they are accepting $100 deposits for what appears to be personal seat licenses at the new Las Vegas stadium.
For the wild-and-wacky “Absinthe” producer The Gazillionaire, it was a drop in the bucket despite shelling out more than $10 million for a state-of-the-art helicopter to attend the premiere of his West Coast edition of “Absinthe,” and it was worth every penny.
Clark County Commission chairman Steve Sisolak said Tuesday that the Oakland Raiders’ “premier site” to build a new NFL stadium remains a 63-acre property at Russell Road and Dean Martin Drive.
Liquor wholesalers were slated to cash in on Nevada’s new legal marijuana market. But those companies seem spooked about jumping on the cannabis train, according to a notice from the Department of Taxation. And with recreational cannabis sales slated to start July 1, the state must look elsewhere for marijuana middle-men to make sure the new industry can operate.
A confluence of factors has led to the growing mainstream acceptance of legal sports betting, from expanding national media coverage to NBA commissioner Adam Silver emerging as a vocal proponent.
Declaring “the start of a new era” in energy production, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that he said would revive the coal industry and create jobs.
Las Vegas Events President Pat Christenson talks of “a big hole,” that has prevented the city from enticing top sport and entertainment event. Now, he says, “That hole has been filled.”
A mobile home fire warranted response from three Las Vegas Valley fire departments Tuesday morning.
The declaration extension gives state, tribal, eligible local governments and some nonprofits more time to apply for federal funds for emergency work, replacement and repairs.
How do Hollywood studios distract theater owners from the fact that they’re once again exploring faster ways of getting films to consumers in their homes, thus endangering the very existence of movie theaters?
A mother of five who was wounded in the Cincinnati nightclub shooting described a chaotic scene and said that all she could think about was her children.
Volunteers gathered on a ranch north of Beatty to plant flowering plants on 4 acres owned by the Nature Conservancy, part of a plan to help monarch butterflies complete their epic migrations.
Nevada’s state gaming win of $945.6 million in February was down from a year ago in 18 of the 19 markets, off 4.5 percent from a year ago, the state Gaming Control Board reported Tuesday.
Southern Nevada marijuana lounges could end up looking like nightclub bottle service or maybe your corner bar.
Spring winds are expected to continue through the weekend with Thursday being the windiest, according to the National Weather Service.
Las Vegas has been awarded an NFL franchise in the Raiders and done so in overwhelming fashion, as owners voted 31-1 on Monday to allow Mark Davis to move his team from Oakland.
A bipartisan bill was filed by House lawmakers that would increase penalties and provide $20 million for the Department of Homeland Security to secure faith-based community centers.
A large fire consumed an entire apartment building in the northwestern valley, leaving over 40 people displaced and causing $1 million in damages.
The Rampart Boulevard onramp linking motorists to westbound Summerlin Parkway will be closed for 20 days in April as part of an ongoing $3 million project aimed at improving safety and capacity.
A man was arrested early Saturday morning following a burglary at the Bellagio involving animal masks and smashed glass.
Now that the National Football League has approved the relocation of the Oakland Raiders franchise to Las Vegas, it’s time to buy those season tickets, right? Wrong.
A man was arrested more than two months after a shooting in the southeast valley, jail and booking records show.
Assembly Bill 469 is an attempt to head off a lawsuit filed by the Clark County School Board challenging the process by which the reorganization legislation has been implemented.
A Metropolitan Police Department squad car was involved in a crash Monday night while trying to catch up to a vehicle police said committed a traffic violation.
A man was stabbed 10 times near North Eastern and Stewart avenues early Tuesday.
A 29-year-old California man has died from injuries he suffered in a fall from the upper level of a parking garage at a hotel-casino at Lake Tahoe.
When does the Autumn Wind that is Raider Nation finally blow in from the West Coast, across the desert and into our fair city? Namely, when will the Raiders play a bona-fide regular-season game in Las Vegas?
President Donald Trump signed a bill Monday that kills a federal rule dictating planning on public lands in Western states — including 47.5 million acres in Nevada.
With the Oakland Raiders officially OK’d to move to Las Vegas, local economists are now studying the path to a new stadium for signs the Raiders are more than just new entertainment.
Cut travel fees without cutting the fun on your next vacation.
A bill that would restore commercially viable rates for homeowners who want to install rooftop solar panels and participate in net metering had its first hearing Monday in an Assembly subcommittee.
Monday’s announcement that the team will relocate to Las Vegas from Oakland not only is a boost to fans but also to representatives of the city’s tourism industry who see a potential bonanza in additional visitation.
Raiders officials have said they plan on playing in Oakland until the new 65,000-seat domed stadium is complete in Las Vegas. But the facility isn’t expected to open until the 2020 season.
The Nightclub and Bar Show brings 36,000 people from around the U.S. and nearly 50 countries to the Las Vegas Convention Center for three days of lectures, workshops, hospitality tours, taste-testing, networking and partying.
The Raiders have a well-known logo that has lasted for more than 50 years, and their slogan, “Commitment to Excellence,” is just as strong. Expect both to travel to Las Vegas when the team relocates from Oakland.
Former businessman Jeffrey Turino was sentenced Monday for his role in a massive pump-and-dump scam that authorities once said generated as much as $70 million in criminal proceeds.
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