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Tracing the footsteps of Las Vegas gunman

Details of Stephen Paddock’s gun-buying behavior were included in the more than 700 pages of interview summaries, evidence logs, voluntary statements and other information released this month by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Oakland Raiders’ lease for Coliseum gets final approval

The Raiders have gotten final approval for their lease to remain in Oakland for at least one more season. The Oakland City Council voted to approve the lease for 2019 with an option for 2020. The Alameda Board of Supervisors had voted earlier in the week in favor of the lease. The Raiders are scheduled to move to Las Vegas for the 2020 season.

Last Gonzaga fan in Vegas arena still believes Zags a team of destiny

Katherine Morgan, the former president and CEO of the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber – and current senior vice president at Bank of America – simply couldn’t bring herself to leave Orleans Arena after the Zags’ loss in the West Coast Conference Tournament championship.

2013 Gonzaga grad Nick Brown finds his calling in Vegas as a UFC video producer

The connection doesn’t even seem real, let alone likely. How does the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the mixed martial arts juggernaut that is the face of the fastest growing sport in the world, have ties to Gonzaga University, a small Jesuit school known for its overachieving basketball team and its incredible ability to be mispronounced by nearly everyone outside of Spokane?

Kevin Harvick earns Vegas pole after Alex Bowman, Chase Elliott start late

Kevin Harvick has won the pole at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the first time in his 19-year NASCAR Cup Series career. Harvick turned a lap in 29.914 seconds in his Stewart-Haas Racing Ford. He beat out Denny Hamlin and hometown hero Kyle Busch for the top spot in Sunday’s race.