Alex Tuch, one of the few players at VGK Development Camp with a chance to make Opening Night roster chose to participate in the camp, even though he didn’t have to. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Thomas Randolph is a big Cowboys fan. So much so, that he requested to wear a Tony Romo jersey on his final day of sentencing. Elaine Wilson & David Ferrara/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Thomas Randolph has been found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder. Randolph could possibly face the death penalty for his crimes.
Melvyn Sprowson, a former teacher convicted of kidnapping a 16-year-old girl, was sentenced 12 1/2 years to life in prison Monday morning. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
1. Two people are dead and another was shot in the head after an argument broke out over a game of dominoes at a northeast Las Vegas home Sunday night. After an argument began, a man went to his car to retrieve a gun and opened fire inside the home on the 4400 block of Wendy Street near East Craig and North Walnut roads. Two men in their 20s were killed and a third man in his 30s was shot in the head and is now stabilized. Police are still looking for the suspect.
2. A Las Vegas woman died from choking injuries Friday morning, according to the Clark County Coroner. On June 3, police were called to a break-in at a home on the 1900 block of Sirocco Court when an arriving officer said he found Stella Martinez on the ground being choked by her ex-boyfriend Christopher Wood. Police attempted to revive Martinez but she later died. Wood faces attempted murder, attempted burglary and domestic battery by strangulation charges.
3. A pedestrian has died after being struck by an SUV early Monday morning. Police responded to a call about the accident on Tropicana near Wilbur Street and Maryland Parkway around 2:30 a.m. Monday. The pedestrian later died at an area hospital.
Selected 65th overall in the third round by the Vegas Golden Knights, Jonas Rondbjerg says most of what he knows about Las Vegas he learned from watching The Hangover movies.
The Vegas Golden Knights drafted Nicolas Hague, a prospect who was considered a top pick, in the second round of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.
Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee talks about their selections on day 2 of the NHL Draft and what a steal it was for the team to snag Nicolas Hague in the second round.
Vegas Golden Knights scout Bob Lowes assesses how the team did in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft in Chicago.
Ed Graney and Steve Carp from the Las Vegas Review-Journal review the Vegas Golden Knights selections from the 2017 NHL Entry Draft in Chicago at the United Center.