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UFC 239 open workouts: Jones thanks fans for support through his dark times
 
UFC 239 open workouts: Jones thanks fans for support through his dark times

At UFC 239 open workouts, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones thanked fans for their support during his “controversial moments” and says he wants to be more active through 2020. His challenger Thiago Santos says he will “shock the world” on July 6 and be the new division champion. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

UFC 239 open workouts: Holm wants to shock her naysayers
 
UFC 239 open workouts: Holm wants to shock her naysayers

Holly Holm will look to reclaim the UFC women’s bantamweight title when she faces two-division champion Amanda Nunes in the co-main event of UFC 239 at the T-Mobile Arena on July 6. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Summerlin 4th of July Parade – VIDEO
 
Summerlin 4th of July Parade – VIDEO

On July 4th Summerlin will be hosting the 25th annual Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade, an event that has grown massively over the years

Tom Devlin’s Dinosaur Adventure
 
Tom Devlin’s Dinosaur Adventure

Tom Devlin’s Dinosaur Adventure opened in late January. Devlin who already owns the spooky Monster Museum which is full of his creations and replicas of popular horror films, wanted to make a place that was a bit more kid-friendly. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)

Oct 1 Officer Fired For Freezing Up
 
Oct 1 Officer Fired For Freezing Up

Las Vegas police officer Cordell Hendrex, who froze one floor beneath the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman was fired on Tuesday, July 2, 2019.

Amano Las Vegas’ Fat Baby Sandwich
 
Amano Las Vegas’ Fat Baby Sandwich

Chef Jason Weber of Amano Las Vegas has created a sandwich stuffed with pasta, and it’s a hit. (Mat Luschek / Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Judge orders the return of 200,000 pounds of fireworks
 
Judge orders the return of 200,000 pounds of fireworks

Michael Puglia the man who had over 200,000 pounds of fireworks confiscated appeared in court asking for their return. Paglia was charged with a misdemeanor after an investigation revealed that he had storing fireworks on his property without the required local and state permits. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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