Locals then converged in the daylight downtown to clean up and see the aftermath following a second night of demonstrations and clashes between protesters and police, spurred by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day.
Las Vegas police said they arrested 80 people Friday night during a protest on the Strip. Twelve officers were injured, the department said Saturday, although the extent of the officers’ injuries was unclear.
Las Vegas police arrested two photojournalists, including a Review-Journal staff photographer, while they were photographing a Friday night protest on the Strip. The demonstrators were protesting the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. Similar protests have broken out across the U.S. Review-Journal photographer Ellen Schmidt was arrested, along with photographer and former Review-Journal employee Bridget Bennett. Both were booked into the Clark County Detention Center and face misdemeanor charges.
CrossFit Apollo gym co-owner and a member talk about their first day back, Friday, May 29, 2020, after gyms and fitness centers were closed during the coronavirus shutdown. (Glenn Puit and Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The coronavirus pandemic has forced creative people in Las Vegas, a city that thrives on live performance, to adapt to new or changed ways to entertain. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The train carrying a decommissioned nuclear reactor vessel from Southern California is passing through Las Vegas on Thursday afternoon. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
When Las Vegas shut down during the coronavirus pandemic, Victoria Hogan created the Blue Angel costume and performance, emulating the statue locals know and love in order to connect with others in a time when connection isn’t as possible. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
This week’s guest is Las Vegas Raiders running back Jalen Richard. Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto is joined by Raiders reporters Vinny Bonsignore and Adam Hill, Allegiant Stadium insider Mick Akers and Vegas Nation podcast host Heidi Fang to breakdown new rule changes, Prop bets, and take a look inside the nearly completed Allegiant stadium.
Derek Stevens says that the D las Vegas is ready to reopen and breaks down what is in place to keep its customers safe. (Angus Kelly/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The D Las Vegas and Golden Gate co-owner is heralding his resorts’ June 4 reopening by giving away 2,000 one-way flights to Las Vegas from 24 U.S. cities.