Bryan Salmond, David Schoen and Steve Carp discuss the Golden Knights’ shootout win over Anaheim — the first in franchise history — including Malcolm Subban’s overtime performance, Alex Tuch’s game-winner and upcoming games on the road against Nashville and Dallas.
Review-Journal reporter Mark Anderson recaps UNLV’s victory over Oral Roberts. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch scored the only goal in the shootout win over the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss the Raiders matchup on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on injured forward David Perron after practice Tuesday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Highlights of UNLV’s win over Oral Roberts in MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The Love Store will open a new location this week next to the downtown Community Healing Garden dedicated to the Las Vegas shooting. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Family member of victims reacts to sentence of life in prison for Bryan Clay, the Las Vegas man convicted of raping and murdering a mother and her 10-year-old daughter.
The Orleans Arena serves the Chute-Out Double B Burger for a limited time
The Love Store, a retailer whose products include vibrators and lingerie, will open a new location this week next to the downtown healing garden dedicated to the Las Vegas shooting. The store, located near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Third Street, will staff 30 employees, Wheeler said. This is the fifth Love Store, with three around the valley and one in Victorville, California. Officials approved the architectural plans for the store in July, according to city records. Love Store received a certificate of occupancy on Oct. 11. Some who work in the arts district disagree with having a store that sells sex-related items next to a memorial for shooting victims. Las Vegas Valley artist Nancy Good, who’s held exhibits in the arts district, said the combination will turn into a punchline.