The Golden Knights coach could be coaching the Pacific Division All-Stars next month in Tampa, Florida. Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporters Steve Carp and David Schoen go over what to expect from the Golden Knights during the Capitals game and how they have been performing so far this season.
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken talk about Rodney Hudson playing through kidney stones as well as several Raiders struggling with injuries.
Bryan Salmond talks to Golden Knights defenseman Jon Merrill about his game-winning goal against Pittsburgh, what the atmosphere in T-Moblie Arena is like and more.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on his team having three days between games. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the successful five-game homestand. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada’s top water regulator puts a moratorium on domestic wells in Pahrump, where the water table has been in decline since the 1950s.
Singer Pia Zadora might have a swanky room named for her at Piero’s Italian Cuisine, but the place she really holds dear is her home in The Ridges of Summerlin. Her son, Jordan Kaufer, appears as Santa Claus in his mother’s show at Piero’s Italian Cuisine in downtown Las Vegas. Zadora lives with her third husband, Michael Jeffries; her 20-year-old son from her second marriage, Jordan Kaufer, and two dogs, Snowflake and Merle Singer Pia Zadora says she loves “everything Christmas,” and her home in The Ridges is decked out for the holidays. The star of stage and screen welcomed Real Estate Millions into her 7,000-square-foot, five-bedroom home to talk about her Las Vegas history. Pia Zadora works in her music studio at her Summerlin home. She performs at the iconic Piero’s Italian Cuisine in downtown Las Vegas. A portrait of Pia Zadora by Andy Warhol is displayed over the living room bar. Memorabilia includes a framed photo of one of Pia Zadora’s first modeling jobs, an ad for Dubonnet wine, her 1985 Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Performance and the 1982 Golden Globe Award for Best Female New Star of the Year.
Here is the Review-Journal’s 2017 all-state girls soccer team. First Team: Hannah Anderson, Reed First Team: Marcella Brooks, Centennial First Team: Mackenzie Corkill, McQueen First Team: Makenna Curcuru, Coronado First Team: Deja Erickson, Arbor View First Team: Hannah Ferrara, Arbor View First Team: Ava Gotchy, Galena First Team: Gianna Gourley, Bishop Gorman First Team: Kaitlyn Kowalchuck, Coronado First Team: Hannah Lee, Bishop Gorman First Team: Kendra McAninch, McQueen First Team: Olivia Packer, Palo Verde First Team: Ryan Sabol, Green Valley First Team: Ava Seelenfreund, Truckee First Team: Jaden Terrana, Bishop Gorman Second Team: Taylor Book, Coronado Second Team: Kaitlyn Carrington, Pahrump Valley Second Team: Alysa Caso, Coronado Second Team: Taylor Cox, Bishop Gorman Second Team: Carlee Giammona, Palo Verde Second Team: Saipress Jones, Rancho Second Team: Chloe Keenan-Merlo, Reno Second Team: Gabriella Lancaster, Legacy Second Team: Allyssa Larkin, Arbor View Second Team: Lillie McGuire, South Tahoe Second Team: Addison Riddle, Centennial Second Team: Caitlyn Rueca, Bishop Gorman Second Team: Madison Stenslie, Faith Lutheran Second Team: Shea Sundalli, Galena Second Team: Alexandra Trinidad, Sunrise Mountain Honorable Mention:
A Las Vegas firehouse sex investigation is now complete. The Review-Journal in September obtained a document alleging that a firefighter had sex at a fire station. The accuser claimed supervisors tried to cover it up and intimidate the whistleblower. Now more than one city employee has been disciplined. But city officials won’t say who was disciplined or what punishment they received. None of the employees named in the document have apparently been fired or demoted.