UNLV roundup: Trent, Rauch pace men’s golf team in Hawaii

Sophomore Jack Trent and freshman David Rauch each shot even-par 72 to lead UNLV to a tie for 12th after one round of the 20-team John Burns Intercollegiate men’s golf tournament Thursday in Lihue, Hawaii.

Voting on Raiders Oakland stadium lease expected next week

A lease agreement allowing the Raiders to play in Oakland in 2019 is expected to be finalized and advanced next week to the voting stage, where it’s considered unlikely to face significant opposition, a person familiar with the process said Thursday.

Nevada lawmakers set for 2nd run at law governing Board of Regents

A proposed constitutional amendment that would give the Legislature more control over governance of higher education in Nevada began its second required trip through the legislative process Thursday, potentially on its way to a question before voters in 2020.

Caesars unlikely to raise fees in 2019, CEO says

CEO Mark Frissora hinted the company is unlikely to seek revenue growth by hiking parking and resort fees this year. Caesars last raised them in the first quarter of 2018.

Las Vegas radiation expert downplays Grand Canyon uranium scare

Federal safety regulators are investigating whether employees and visitors were exposed to unsafe levels of radiation at a Grand Canyon National Park research building where uranium ore samples apparently sat around for years in unmarked buckets.

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