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Downtown Las Vegas’ Market in the Alley may go weekly
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A group affiliated with Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh hopes to grow a monthly pop-up marketplace in downtown Las Vegas to once a week.

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Las Vegas Stadium Authority meets about Raiders site prep — LIVESTREAM
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The Las Vegas Stadium Authority meets Thursday to consider an agreement that would permit the Oakland Raiders’ contracted stadium developers to prepare the site at Interstate 15 and Russell Road for construction.

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Downtown Las Vegas spot Rock’N’oodles and Papaya King close
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It can be hard to keep track of the restaurant comings and goings in Las Vegas, and this week’s news about who’s in and who’s out comes from a variety of sources, including the financial world, social media and the rumor mill. Here’s the latest.

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Police want witnesses of moped-truck crash in North Las Vegas
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A 63-year-old man riding a moped was hit by a truck Wednesday morning in North Las Vegas, and police are looking for witnesses.

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Las Vegas 4-service military veteran included in TCM special — VIDEO
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One of Yonel Dorelis’ favorite movies is “Bullitt,” the 1968 cop classic starring Steve McQueen, with the best car chase ever put to film. But, while he’d never agree to it, Dorelis’ own story would make a pretty good movie, too.

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Possible repeal of Las Vegas pet sales ban draws criticism
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Las Vegas officials may toss a local law banning pet shops from selling non-rescue animals before it takes effect in 2018.

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Las Vegas’ Akira Back’s Seoul restaurant awarded Michelin star
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The South Korean native and former professional snowboarder, who currently calls Las Vegas home, is best known locally for the Japanese cuisine he offers at Yellowtail in Bellagio and Kumi in Mandalay Bay.

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Vegas Nation: Raiders keeping things light
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Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss how the Raiders are handling their bye week, including what the players have planned in order to recharge for the rest of the season.

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