Board Pleased With Raiders Proposed Community Benefits PlanThe public entity that oversees the Oakland Raiders' proposed stadium in Las Vegas on Thursday gave its blessing to a plan that by law the team had to come up with to ensure the greatest possible participation by the local community in the design, construction and operation of the facility.
Unclear How Raiders' Vegas Stadium Will Benefit CommunityAfter the team already has picked a general contractor and a design firm — neither based in Nevada — how a mandate to find community benefits will be carried out is still being negotiated.
Raiders, UNLV Still Working on Deal to Use Planned StadiumThe Oakland Raiders are still working on an agreement that would allow the football team of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to play at their planned stadium in Sin City.
Stadium Board OKs Lease For Raiders StadiumThe approval given by the Las Vegas Stadium Authority board Thursday was necessary to avoid delaying the team's relocation by a year as NFL owners gathering next week in Chicago plan to take up the document.
Timeline: Vegas Raiders Stadium Would Be Finished by June 2020A preliminary timeline for the proposed stadium that would be home to the Raiders in Las Vegas shows construction would be finished only three months before the 2020 regular season begins.
No Rent for Raiders at Las Vegas StadiumThe Oakland Raiders would not pay rent at the proposed stadium they want to use in Las Vegas.
Raiders: Las Vegas Stadium Financing on TrackThe president of the Oakland Raiders says financing for the proposed Las Vegas stadium will not be an issue despite the withdrawal of an instrumental backer.
Reports: Goldman Sachs Out of Raiders Stadium DealThe investment firm that had been expected to fill Sheldon Adelson's funding void is telling news outlets that they have also abandoned Las Vegas' $1.9 billion Raiders stadium project.
Adelson Pulls Out of Raiders Stadium Plan ProposalThe proposed $1.9 billion stadium plan to bring the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas lost its largest stated private investor Monday as the family of Las Vegas Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson officially withdrew their $650 million commitment to the construction.