Greg Zanis placed 58 crosses near the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign Monday night, an unexpected move after Clark County requested a change of venue. (L.E. Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez offers his opening statement at Monday’s news conference. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Police say Bani Duarte, 29, was drunk when she drove into a car carrying four Las Vegas teens, killing three, in Huntington Beach, California on March 29, 2018. She is being tried on murder charges in Santa Ana. (Renee Summeropur/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Colors are beginning to pop on Mount Charleston. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)
The latest from day six of the Duarte trial.
Forensic scientist testified today showing the jury Duartes’ BAC was three times the legal limited after she allegedly crashed into a car killing three teens.
the fouth teen who was injured in the crash testified today, saying he doesn’t remember what happened.
Golden Knights General Manager Kelly McCrimmon discusses the teams upcoming practice which will honor those affected by the events on October 1, 2017. The team has invited guests including first responders, Mandalay Bay employees and others who were impacted. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights General Manager Kelly McCrimmon discusses the teams roster and key injuries ahead of Opening Day (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Golden Knights forward Max Pacioretty joins the Golden Edge podcast to talk about the upcoming season for the Knights, the rivalry with the Sharks and the Pacioretty 67 burger.
UNLV football is 1-3 after falling flat in Laramie, losing to the Cowboys 53-17. The Rebels will now prepare to host #16 Boise State on Saturday, Oct. 5. Rebel Nation host Cassie Soto and Rebels beat writer Mark Anderson discuss the loss, as well as preview the Scarlet and Grey basketball showcase.
Troy and Shannon Zeeman of Garden Grove, California, discuss life after Oct 1 shooting in Las Vegas. The couple started Security Consultant Zeeman, dedicated to active shooter preparedness training. (Elizabeth Brumley/Las Vegas Review-Journal)