Despite losing 3-2 to the Minnesota Wild, the Vegas Golden Knights are locked in to a playoff spot. Head coach Gerard Gallant and players discuss their performance against the Wild and what it means to go back to the playoffs.
Longtime Sam’s Town employees and customers love each other and love their casino. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Las Vegas-based data center company Switch was founded in 2000 by Rob Roy. The company has campuses in Las Vegas, Reno and Grand Rapids, Michigan. It is also constructing a campus in Atlanta, Georgia, slated to open later this year. Clients include Amazon, Zappos, Marvel and more.
Bryan Harper talks about his baseball future and the last time he pitched against his brother, Bryce, during a workout in Henderson, Nevada, on March 26, 2019. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Students talk about the Black Student Union in the latest episode of Chalk Talk. (Angus Kelly and Amelia Pak-Harvey/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Faraday Future is trying to sell more than 900 acres of land at Apex Industrial Park for $40 million. But will the startup electric-car-maker find a buyer? Besides Faraday’s property, at least 2,000 acres of land is on the market in the Apex area, listings show. On top of that, Apex is a decades-old, desert industrial park that developers have largely avoided.
An officer fired on an inmate who stole a vehicle and tried to flee, ramming several cars and leading officers on a chase until he ran out of gas.
Concetta Potenza, Aunt “Chippy” to Jimmy Kimmel, talks about her first time being featured on her nephew’s show. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas’ apartment market has accelerated in recent years. Developers are packing the suburbs with projects, landlords are on a buying spree, and tenants have filled buildings.
A store clerk is being questioned after a man was fatally shot during a robbery at a gas station Friday. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s