Vegas Stadium Backers Down to 2 Top Sites for RaidersProponents of an NFL stadium in Las Vegas say they've narrowed their list to two potential sites and are unwilling to accept any less than $750 million in public funding toward the project, which they hope will provide a new home for the Raiders.
Vegas Stadium Backers Aim for 2 Finalist Sites Next MonthDevelopers who want to build a home for the Oakland Raiders in Las Vegas say they plan to hone in on two potential stadium sites within the next month.
Much Work Remains on Vegas Stadium Plan; More Time SoughtA committee that's developing plans for an NFL-grade stadium in Las Vegas wants more time for its project as questions about the cost and location remain unresolved.
Southwest Airlines Doesn't Want Proposed Stadium Next to McCarranThe airline with the largest share of passenger traffic at McCarran International Airport doesn't want an NFL stadium nearby.
Panel Hammering Out Funding Plan for Proposed Vegas StadiumA day after Las Vegas won a bid for an NHL hockey team, a governor's panel studying a proposal for a 65,000-seat stadium to lure the NFL's Oakland Raiders to town was met with a cascade of changing numbers.
Raiders Owner: $750M Public Stadium Funds is 'Bottom Line'Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis says a $750 million public contribution toward a stadium is "the bottom line" on whether the team makes Las Vegas its new home.
Sands is Primary Donor to Effort to Break NV Energy MonopolyCampaign finance reports show the Las Vegas Sands is almost singlehandedly funding a ballot effort to break up NV Energy's monopoly.
Las Vegas Sands Planning 17,500-Seat Concert VenueThe Las Vegas Sands has announced plans to build a 17,500-seat concert hall behind its Venetian and Palazzo casinos.
MGM Moving Forward with Bid to Leave NV Energy in OctoberCasino giant MGM Resorts says it plans to leave NV Energy in the fall, while Wynn Resorts is leaving its options open to do the same.
Nevada Regulators Approve $2 Million Fine for Las Vegas SandsNevada regulators have approved a $2 million fine against Las Vegas Sands Corp. to settle a complaint that the casino company didn't properly account for millions of dollars paid to a Chinese consultant and received from a high roller.
Sands Hit with $2 Million Fine to Settle Accounting QuestionsGaming Control Board case involves money paid to Chinese consultant
Las Vegas Sands Antes $9M to Settle Corruption Case With SECLas Vegas Sands is paying a $9 million fine to settle a regulatory investigation that painted a sordid picture of the casino owner's expansion into a gambling mecca in China.