Top Las Vegas news: Shooting, stabbing in convenience store; man gets 2 years for illegal gun sales

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Personal seat licenses for Raiders’ stadium already sold out

Personal seat licenses (PSLs) for Allegiant Stadium are already sold out, even as the Raiders won't officially become the Las Vegas Raiders until March.

Read the full story on Sports Naut.

Woman wounded, man arrested after shooting at bank

A woman was wounded in a domestic shooting at a Las Vegas bank, and police chased and shot at an armed suspect who surrendered more than two hours later on the city's west side, authorities said Wednesday.

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

Shooting, stabbing at North Las Vegas convenience store under investigation  

A clerk at a convenience store shot and wounded a person who was allegedly trespassing at the business after the person stabbed the clerk during a fight, police said.

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

Man who sold guns without a license gets 2 years in prison

Five of the firearms that Sylvester Mitchell sold illegally were connected to homicides, authorities say.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Las Vegas Chamber adopts new name, unveils new logo

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce announced its new moniker — Vegas Chamber — on Wednesday and unveiled a more colorful logo.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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