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Aces fall short against Mystics, 95-72
 
Aces fall short against Mystics, 95-72

The Las Vegas Aces were unable to respond to the Washington Mystics’ 52.9% field goal shooting and fell flat, 95-72. LVRJ host Cassie Soto and Aces beat reporter Sam Gordon break down what went wrong on Thursday night.

Youth participate in STEAM Camp
 
Youth participate in STEAM Camp

As many as 500 children participate in the STEAM Camp hosted by the City of Las Vegas at Doolittle Community Center where they learned about science, physics, math and technology.

Youth particpate in STEAM Camp
 
Youth particpate in STEAM Camp

As many as 500 children participated in the STEAM Camp hosted by the City of Las Vegas at Doolittle Community Center where they learned about physics, science and technology.

Illinois’ gaming market
 
Illinois’ gaming market

On June 2, the Illinois Senate passed a bill that expands its gaming industry, in part allowing up to six new casinos. Local experts say once the bill is signed by Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, it’s sure to open new opportunities for gaming companies, including some based in Las Vegas. But with a tax structure that demands far more than Nevada’s, some companies may pass on the chance to move to the Windy City. In 2018, the effective tax rate for the 10 casinos in Illinois was 33.8 percent, including state and local wagering and admission taxes. The new Chicago casino is expected to have a 66 percent effective tax rate. By comparison, Nevada’s tax on gross gaming revenue is between 3.5 percent and 6.75 percent. Analyst Barry Jonas

The Right Take: Biden’s Racially Questionable Comments
 
The Right Take: Biden’s Racially Questionable Comments

Joe Biden has uttered racially charged statements for years. Now that he’s the frontrunner for the Democrat presidential nomination, he may finally face prolonged scrutiny for them.

City of Las Vegas class propels 10,000 to earn citizenship
 
City of Las Vegas class propels 10,000 to earn citizenship

Mayra Crum and Gonzalo Comelo have been teaching the city’s citizenship class since the late 1990s, and the class recently had its 10,0000th student earn their citizenship. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae

Dutch Bros Coffee To Open New Locations In Vegas – Video
 
Dutch Bros Coffee To Open New Locations In Vegas – Video

Four years ago, Oregon-based Dutch Bros. Coffee opened its first Las Vegas location, and owners had the goal of operating several more in the valley. On Monday, the company announced four additional locations to join the five in the region: West Craig Road and North Rancho Drive; West Sunset Road and South Rainbow Boulevard; South Eastern Avenue and East Pebble Road; and East Serene Avenue and South Spencer Street.

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