A sixth night of Black Lives Matter protests in Las Vegas attracted about 300 people, who gathered downtown. This time, Las Vegas police officers walked side-by-side with protesters.
This week’s guest is Las Vegas Raiders defensive lineman Maurice Hurst Jr.. 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 and the team will have training camp in Henderson. The Raiders sound off on social media about the current protests around the country, and we give you a fresh look at the almost finished Allegiant Stadium. Will the season start on time?
A media event to unveil the Xtreme Opti-Clean Cube, a walk-thru station designed to combat the spread of COVID-19, bacterias and other viruses. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
The Las Vegas Review Journal’s Academic Excellence program is designed to recognized 1st thru 12th grade students in Southern Nevada who exhibit academic achievement, community involvement, and leadership in and out of the classroom.
On Wednesday Allegiant Stadium opened its massive lanai doors revealing the 85-foot-tall Al Davis Memorial Torch and a peek inside the $2 billion, 65,000 fan capacity indoor stadium.
Former police officers Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane have been criminally charged
with aiding and abetting murder. The charges come more than a week and a half after former police officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes, resulting in his death. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Plaza has established safeguards and practices for guests to prevent the spread of coronavirus as they prepare to open their doors Thursday. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
You had questions, and we’ve got the answers!Dr. Brian Labus, Epidemiologist with the UNLV School of Public Health and the governor’s medical advisory team, and RJ Health reporter Mary Hynes to answer viewer questions regarding COVID-19 in Nevada.
Topics this week:
1. PROTESTS HEIGHTENING COVID-19 SPREAD CONCERNS
2. NEVADA RAMPS UP ANTIBODY TESTING, BUT CDC ISSUES ACCURACY WARNINGS
3. NEVADA HOSPITALS RESUME PATIENT VISITATIONS WITH RESTRICTIONS
Las Vegas community members showed their support for Metro officer Shay Mikalonis outside of UMC on Wednesday.
Nevada COVID-19 Response provides an update on on testing, contact tracing, and funding plan