Here are your Friday morning headlines:
1. The man killed in a crash in Henderson Saturday night is being remembered as the “greatest daddy ever.” Jorge Botello was driving to a local In-N-Out, when a Jeep Liberty crossed the median and hit his pickup. He, and the Jeep occupants all died. Botello leaves behind a wife, and two young kids. His wife is expected to give birth to their son Jorge, on Nov. 27.
2. A member of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority says the Oakland Raiders have settled on a date for the groundbreaking of the new stadium. According to Board member Tommy White, the team is planning an event for Nov. 13. In May, the Raiders acquired 63 acres between Russell Road and Hacienda Avenue, just west of Interstate 15, for $77.5 million.
3. The giant jet fuel tank struck by rifle fire during the deadly Strip mass shooting has been drained and McCarran International Airport officials are close to hiring a safety expert to inspect it. Officials say only one bullet made its way inside the tank, which was partially filled at the time of the shooting. Earlier this month, the Review-Journal reported that the shooter had fired at the tanks, penetrating one, but caused no fire or explosion.