Reporter Aaron Drawhorn near the Bellagio Fountains as hundreds of thousands gather to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas
Reporter Cassie Soto provides a preview to New Year’s Eve events on Fremont Street tonight.
What you need to know about traffic and security in downtown Las Vegas before you travel down to Fremont Street for America’s party
Johns Hopkins University basketball coach Josh Loeffler talks about balancing basketball with academics and a powerhouse lacrosse program during his team’s appearance at the D3 Hoops Classic at South Point Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Dec. 28, 2018. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Oakland Raiders lose the last game of the season to the Kansas City Chiefs 35-3. Pat Mahomes throws his 50th touchdown and the Chiefs take first place in the division. Cassie Soto is in studio and Michael Gehlken and Ed Graney report from Kansas City.
With 2018 coming to a close, Golden Edge host Cassie Soto shares some of the highlights from the end of the Golden Knights inaugural season and the start of year two.
While there were many big sports stories in 2018, none might be as historic as what the Golden Knights were able to accomplish in their first year of competition. The team joined the 1967-68 St. Louis Blues as the only professional baseball, basketball, football or hockey team to make it to the championship round.
Although the Golden Knights fell short in their hunt to the hoisting the Stanley Cup, the team was able to unite the city of Las Vegas unlike anything ever before and for that, the community thanks them.
The Vegas Golden Knights defeat the LA Kings 4-1 and Malcolm Subban gets his first win on the season reported by Ben Gotz and Adam Hill from Los Angeles.
Planet Hollywood prepares fireworks on the rooftop for the New Year’s Eve show on the strip.
Notable Las Vegas area deaths in 2018, including Dennis Hof, Robin Leach and Art Bell.
Color trend experts and paint manufacturers choose 2019 colors of the year.
If you are planning to celebrate New Year’s Eve on the Las Vegas Strip or Fremont Street, be aware that you are not allowed to bring backpacks, coolers, strollers or glass. There will also be an increase in security to ensure safe celebrations across town.