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Sports Betting Spotlight: Oakland Raiders season preview
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Las Vegas handicapper Kelly Stewart and Wynn Las Vegas sports book director Johnny Avello join the Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey to preview the Oakland Raiders’ season in the fourth of a series of 32 NFL team videos.

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Filet Mignon special, free party hitting downtown Las Vegas
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Oscar’s Steakhouse at the Plaza will celebrate Filet Mignon Day (which is Monday if your calendar isn’t already marked) by offering a pair of dinner specials that dispel any notion the tender cut may not be hearty enough for serious steak enthusiasts.

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Mexican restaurants in Las Vegas offer free kids meals
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If back-to-school supplies (and clothes, and backpacks, and fees) have put a crimp in your budget, here’s a little bit of fiscal relief.

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Big-money Wynn Handicapping Challenge bites the dust
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The multi-day $200,000-guaranteed summer tournament at Wynn Las Vegas had a relatively steep entry fee of $2,000, but offered players the chance to win big money.

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Golden Entertainment bullish on outlook for Laughlin, locals market
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Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment, which is building a new gaming stronghold in Laughlin, reported record revenue and cash flow for the second quarter, company officials said Wednesday.

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Investigation reveals North Las Vegas hospital ignored patient abuse
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A state investigation into alleged abuse of mentally ill patients at a Southern Nevada hospital that serves the poor found staff ignored a patient with bruises and eye injuries who claimed hospital workers assaulted her.

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Black Hat conference in Las Vegas addresses cryptocurrency theft
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The rise of cryptocurrencies is creating more opportunities for cyber criminals to steal, according to Cisco Systems.

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Outgoing Wynn Resorts executive Kim Sinatra to get $1.8M cash settlement
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Former Wynn Resorts Ltd. executive vice president and general counsel Kim Sinatra will receive a $1.8 million cash settlement as she leaves the company, the company reported Wednesday in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

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