Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond gives you a quick recap of the Raiders’ 17-13 preseason loss to the Seahawks. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bryan Salmond and Kelly Stewart are live from Vegas Nation studios bringing you the best tweets from the final Raiders preseason game. Be sure to tweet at @BSalSportsGuyRJ and @kellyinvegas to give us your thoughts on the Raiders.
Starting at the beginning of next year, new business license applicants and those renewing their business licenses on Nevada’s online portal, SilverFlume, will be asked to complete a voluntary survey to help create a database. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Three women have been arrested in connection with staged auto accidents.
Las Vegas police say the staged accidents were used as a ruse to rob people.
Police say the suspects signaled motorists to pull over and told them their vehicle was hit.
One suspect might distract victims while others stole valuables.
Sometimes they would coerce the person into giving them cash as a settlement for the fabricated damage.
Sophia Nicholas, 28, Amanda Miller, 19, and Barbara Miller, 38, were arrested.
Police say they believe at least three others participated in the crimes.
Only in Vegas jobs: Range Safety Officer (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Having a supervisor approve pay increases is a basic accountability measure. No wonder so many Nevada politicians want to bypass the government-version of that, called the separation of powers. (Victor Joecks)
McCarran International Airport has added new automated screening lanes to expedite the security screening process and improve efficiency.
Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview week two of Nevada Preps. They go over the games between Gorman’s main weakness that can potentially be exploited at their game against DeMatha Catholic. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Two women are accused of murder in a January shooting.
Donald Paciotti, 59, was shot Jan. 19 at his central-valley home.
Diana Michelle Cordon, 26, and Liliana Quezada, 27, are arrested.
Police used DNA and fingerprint evidence to link them to the crime.
An unnamed police source reported Quezada bragged about killing someone.
“You don’t understand the power I felt,” she reportedly said.
The source introduced Quezada to Paciotti so she could buy meth from him.
They are being held without bail.