The Golden Knights lose their fourth straight game at home with a 5-2 loss against the Coyotes. After the game, head coach Gerard Gallant spoke with players after the game in the locker room. Golden Knights reporters Adam Hill and Ben Gotz go over the loss and what the players said after the game.
UNLV head coach Marvin Menzies discusses how proud he was of his team’s ability to make second-half adjustments to beat Air Force 77-72.
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant was furious following the team’s loss to the Arizona Coyotes and gave a scathing response to a question asked during his postgame news conference. The loss marks the team’s fourth straight loss at home, which ties the franchise record.
Las Vegas was ground zero for America’s foreclosure crisis after the housing bubble burst. (Eli Segall/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Ben Gotz and Adam Hill answer all your burning VGK questions and comments here on the Golden Edge Mailbag
While the policies outlined in Tuesday meeting only impact staff, the LVCVA board also changed its policies after the Review-Journal investigation but one board member quickly exceeded recommended travel rules.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore took four international trip in less than a year when the board’s policy committee put in place rules that limited international board travel to one trip a year and mostly for educational purposes. The policy did allow board members to travel more than once with approval of the chairman, which Fiore received from Weekly.
The Basketball playoffs have started for high school for the boys and girls. Ben Gotz and Elaine Emerson go over which teams to look out for in the playoffs and which teams will likely make it to the championships.
Las Vegas is finally home to one of Yayoi Kusama’s infinity mirror rooms. The rooms replicate infinity. “Aftermath of Obliteration of Infinity” is a dark room covered in mirrors. Inside are hundreds of suspended yellow lanterns. The cube is small. But it feels like it goes on forever. Her other installation “Narcissus Garden” forms a lake of reflective spheres. The Yayoi Kusama exhibit will be open in Las Vegas until April 28.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board unanimously approved looking into an alternative energy provider. So far, six companies have left NV Energy, including MGM Resorts International, Barrick Goldstrike and Switch. In 2018, 10 companies began making moves to leave, including the Las Vegas stadium, the MSG Sphere and Boyd Gaming Corp. The LVCVA will go through the 704B process with the Public Utilities Commission to try to get approval to use Texas-based power marketer Tenaska Power Services Co.
Mio Ogasawara of Sweets Raku and Rebecca Bills of Gen3 Hospitality in Las Vegas create elaborate Valentine’s Day desserts. Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal