The Raiders cut many notable players including Las Vegan Brandon Marshall and Hard Knocks Star Keelan Doss on Saturday bringing the roster number to 53. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The annual Jazzy Cats event is taking place at the Rio Convention Center this weekend attracting cats owners from around the country and the world to compete for the top show awards. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
“Property Brothers” reached out to Las Vegas entertainer Frank Marino to design a “drag room” for Mark Hooker, who is performing as his stage persona “Margo Caprese,” known as the Vintage Vegas Vixen, in Las Vegas. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Troy Remer, sous chef at Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq Promenade in Las Vegas, blackens Cajun catfish on the grill before serving it with mashed potatoes and collard greens. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Clinton Taylor, the man accused of randomly bludgeoning a woman to death with a sledgehammer early Thursday at a Las Vegas laundromat, was ordered to be held without bail on Friday. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden discusses the teams preseason efforts including training camp and joint practices with the rams. He also says that he and General Manager Mike Mayock have to discuss tough calls with the roster size dropping from 90 to 53 players on August 31.
The Raiders were unable to complete a perfect preseason, after falling to the Seahawks 17-15 on Thursday night.
The Raiders fought hard in free agency to acquire playmakers that could be immediately plugged in to areas in which the team needed to improve. The Review-Journal’s Heidi Fang takes a look at the top 5 acquisitions made by the team in 2019. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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District chief financial officer Jason Goudie estimated that the cost of column advancement over
two years is between $30 million to $45 million. It depends on how many teachers qualify.
How can the district pay for raises the legislature didn’t provide funding for? It can’t,
notwithstanding mumblings about better-than-expected interest earnings.