The Oakland Raiders and the NFL are being sued by the city of Oakland. The Raiders may need somewhere to play in 2019.
New support subcommittees and sponsoring groups are now closer to being ready to assist Las Vegas Events and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to create more events to fill the stadium and other Southern Nevada venues.
The introduction of a list of new acronyms is on the horizon with Wednesday’s scheduled final approval of recommendations on how Southern Nevada should coordinate to attract special events to fill the new Las Vegas stadium.
With the Raiders building a 65,000-seat football stadium right across the street, a nondescript plot is now lucrative real estate — and if plans come through, it will be a mixed-use entertainment spot.
The Henderson City Council took its first vote on a development agreement for the Raiders headquarters and practice facility. The item was unanimously approved but will need to be voted on again at a later meeting.
Clark County could pay the Raiders a rebate of almost $460,000 if elected officials approve a proposed ordinance slashing fees that developers pay for expedited building and zoning reviews.
The Nevada Public Utilities Commission has postponed discussions on whether the Las Vegas stadium can leave NV Energy.
The Raiders believe the stadium’s energy delivery services will begin around April and anticipate the stadium’s annual load will reach 50 megawatt hours per year with a peak load of 18 megawatts, according to documents filed with the PUC.
The Raiders are coming. It’s been exactly one year since the groundbreaking of what will serve as the Raiders’ official home, the Las Vegas Stadium.
It was eerily quiet at the Las Vegas stadium construction site Monday. Construction workers were able to take the Veterans Day holiday off on a day of the week usually filled with pounding, pouring and moving tons of steel into position for the next job sequence.