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With Las Vegas vote at hand, Raiders hope to hear, ‘Just move, baby’

A pro-Las Vegas vote is anticipated, but owner Mark Davis has been nervous for months regarding the outcome as he waits for his wealthy peer group to decide whether it is in their financial interest to allow the Raiders to move to the desert.

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Las Vegas Strip closed; suspect in custody after deadly bus shooting

Las Vegas Boulevard between Flamingo Road and Harmon Avenue is still closed Saturday afternoon after a deadly bus shooting in front of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.


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1 dead, 1 injured after RTC bus shooting outside Cosmopolitan on Strip

Two people were shot and one has died after a shooting on a Regional Transit Commission bus outside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday.


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House GOP withdraws health care bill

House Republicans, short of votes, withdrew the health care bill.


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Man, woman found dead in Las Vegas desert with gunshot wounds

Henderson police are calling the deaths of the 55-year-old man and 54-year-old woman an apparent murder-suicide after the bodies were found with gunshot wounds near East Larson Lane and Gilespie Street.


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Sources say House is delaying vote on health care bill

GOP House leaders delayed their planned vote Thursday on a long-promised bill to repeal and replace “Obamacare,” in a stinging setback for House Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump in their first major legislative test.


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Raiders ‘cautiously optimistic’ about Las Vegas relocation vote

Oakland Raiders president Marc Badain met Wednesday with Clark County commissioner Steve Sisolak and discussed, among other topics, what Sisolak called the team’s “cautiously optimistic” view regarding a likely vote next week on the franchise’s relocation bid to Las Vegas.


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SpeedVegas exec denies allegations in civil lawsuit

The top executive of the SpeedVegas track south of Las Vegas has denied allegations made in a civil lawsuit filed Monday that calls for the attraction to be closed until safety improvements are made.


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Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas plans $6.5M upgrade

The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, plans to spend $6.5 million over the next year to add new, interactive exhibitions and a better dining experience as it seeks to draw in more tourists.


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