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Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, August 30th — VIDEO

Here are your Wednesday morning headlines:

1. Fontainebleau on the Las Vegas Strip sold for $600 million Tuesday. Billionaire Carl Ichan bought the property for $150 million during the recession but sources say he bought it sight unseen and didn’t know what to do with the property. It is unclear what will happen next with Fontainebleau.

2. Las Vegas police say prostitution arrests spiked during Mayweather-McGregor fight weekend. Booking logs show there were 118 prostitution-related arrests between Friday and Sunday, with a peak of 62 arrests on Sunday. By contrast, the first week of August garnered 34 prostitution arrests.

3. The new owners of Legacy Golf Club said Tuesday they intend to keep it as a golf course. The co-owners said the decision will help manage the financial losses on the course and if the community wants a golf course, they will find a way to do it while being financially and environmentally responsible.

Contact Elaine Wilson at ewilson@reviewjournal.com. Follow @WilsonElaineM on Twitter.

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