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Pepper spray used to stop fight at Canyon Springs
 
Pepper spray used to stop fight at Canyon Springs

Police used pepper spray to break up a fight at the Canyon Springs-Legacy basketball game Friday at Canyon Springs High (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Vegas Nation: Amari Cooper Returns To Practice
 
Vegas Nation: Amari Cooper Returns To Practice

Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken talks about Amari Cooper returning to practice Friday and how Jon Feliciano missing Sunday’s game effects the team.

By the numbers: Expectations, challenges for Las Vegas’ WNBA team
 
By the numbers: Expectations, challenges for Las Vegas’ WNBA team

The newly relocated Las Vegas WNBA franchise will begin play in the 2018 season. New owners MGM Resorts will integrate a professional franchise into Las Vegas’ busy sports landscape that’s shared with the 51s, Lights FC, Golden Knights and Raiders. Here are some of the expectations and challenges the team will have. 1. Ticket prices: The key to any sports franchise is selling season tickets and group outings. For Las Vegas’ team, that starts with locals. “(You don’t) just open the doors and tell everybody you’ve got a game and stand there waiting to sell tickets,” 51s president Don Logan said. “You’ve got to get out, you’ve got to get out into the community and you’ve got to do everything we do. There’s no easy way.” Last year, San Antonio charged $12 to $165 for single-game tickets for 17 home games. 2. Creating an identity: Coach Bill Laimbeer inherits a team from San Antonio that hasn’t made the playoffs or had a winning season since 2012. Las Vegas’ team is also a franchise that lost its first 14 games last season before finishing a league-worst 8-26. 3. Patience will be required: Will they have to fill all 12,000 seats at Mandalay Bay for the season to be deemed successful? “They have to be realistic,” Connecticut Sun CEO Mitchell Etess said. “If they could get 5,000 bodies into every single game, that would be pretty good for the first year.”

Real estate
 
Real estate

Designer and Realtor Dani Bald-Bruni gives tips on holiday decorations

Victor Joecks: The Right Take
 
Victor Joecks: The Right Take

Ten days ago, Buzzfeed reported that Kihuen’s former finance director had accused him of sexually harassing her and touching her thigh twice in early 2016. Identified by her first name, Samantha, who was 25, says then-candidate Kihuen asked her for sex, and she rejected her advances. Disgusted by his behavior, Samantha quit the campaign and told the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee why she was quitting.

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