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Raiders president on to next project, bringing World Cup to Las Vegas
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Raiders president Marc Badain played a paramount role in bringing the NFL franchise to Las Vegas. But Badain’s work is nowhere near done. He’s already on to his next project.

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Vegas Nation: Raiders stadium groundbreaking — VIDEO
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There’s still plenty of legal work to be done to make the team’s relocation to Las Vegas a reality, but Monday was all about owner Mark Davis’ desire to turn the Silver State into the Silver and Black State.

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In stirring Las Vegas groundbreaking ceremony, Raiders rise up for those lost
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The NFL team in a most elegant and respectful manner on Monday fused the most tragic of moments in the town’s history with what is one of its most celebrated and significant.

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Las Vegas police investigating after teen found shot in wash
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Las Vegas abuse and neglect detectives are investigating after a teenager was found shot in a wash in the south valley.

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More than 40,000 run in Las Vegas Marathon
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I would be remiss if I didn’t note the more than 40,000 courageous runners, who took to the Strip and streets of Las Vegas at the weekend for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon, one of the oldest marathons in the country — and arguably the most unique.

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Future East Las Vegas Library seen as a crown jewel
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The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District’s newest branch, the East Las Vegas Library, will be on par “with the best in Summerlin,” City Councilman Bob Coffin said.

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Crews installing steel posts along Las Vegas Strip sidewalks
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The bollards are intended to protect pedestrians against vehicle-ramming attacks and traffic accidents, according to Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin.

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Las Vegas truck rental companies on lookout for terrorism after attacks
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Metro police, national security agencies and truck rental headquarters had been educating Las Vegas employees about suspicious customer behavior long before Halloween’s deadly truck attack that killed eight in lower Manhattan.

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