Las Vegas Raiders’ general manager Mike Mayock told reporters during a news conference at the 2020 NFL scouting combine that he was very happy with Derek Carr, but also said that the team would look to improve at all positions. Vegas Nation’s Myles Simmons and Vinny Bonsignore recap what Mayock had to say and where they think the Silver and Black will look to improve in the offseason. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
New addition to the team, Robin Lehner, makes his first appearance at City National arena as the team prepares for the final stretch of the season.
Rachel Sorkow, a former Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of taking unauthorized videos of people, was ordered Tuesday to serve probation and perform community service.
While the Golden Knights traded away goaltender Malcom Subban for Robin Lehner, the team extended defenseman Nick Holden’s contract through the 2021-2022 season.
The Raiders have sold their Henderson headquarters for $191 million and leased it back, records show, a stunning sale of a project that is still being built by a team that hasn’t even started playing here.
Chicago-based Mesirow Financial purchased the unfinished football facility across from Henderson Executive Airport from the Raiders and leased it back to the team for 29 years, with seven 10-year extension options, filings with the Clark County recorder’s office show.
The sale closed Friday. Public records obtained by the Review-Journal do not show the Raiders’ annual rent.
What you need to know about the Real ID and why it may be important for you to have one if you don’t have a passport. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Nevada Department of Transportation wants to reconfigure a 4-mile portion of
U.S. 95 between Rancho Drive and Mojave Road at an estimated cost of $1 billion. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
RJ political reporter Rory Appleton discusses the vote counting process and why it takes so long.
Best shots from the Review-Journal photo staff’s coverage of the Nevada Caucus, Saturday, February 22, 2020.
At a rally in San Antonio, Texas, Bernie Sanders announces winning the Nevada Democratic caucus.