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Nevada Preps: Week 10 Preview
 
Nevada Preps: Week 10 Preview

Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson discuss the upcoming Week 10 Nevada Preps action.

Candidates meet with Review-Journal panel
 
Candidates meet with Review-Journal panel

The Review-Journal’s election reader panel met Tuesday night with six candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot, including attorney general hopefuls Aaron Ford and Wes Duncan.

Las Vegas mass shooting survivors clap for police
 
Las Vegas mass shooting survivors clap for police

Hundreds of survivors and witnesses to the Las Vegas mass shooting broke into applause when police officers entered the Tropicana resort on the Strip.

A police sergeant estimated that around 1,500 people were sheltered in the building’s halls at the time, around 2 a.m. on Oct. 2, 2017. Many of them were draped in white blankets.

The moment was captured on a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer’s body camera.

Seventeen minutes later, the officer picked up a bullhorn and thanked the crowd for their response.

“I’m terribly sorry about tonight,” he said. “We have no control over the actions of evil people, but we’re here now…. Thank you so much for coming to our city. We’re sorry this happened. We hope you can come back some day and enjoy a great weekend.”

Several people shouted “thank you” as the crowd applauded again.

Gerard Gallant On Win Against Sabres
 
Gerard Gallant On Win Against Sabres

Gerard Gallant talks after practice about the Golden Knights win over the Buffalo Sabres and the teams overall performance.

Review-Journal LiveCam, cityscape video
 
Review-Journal LiveCam, cityscape video

Video delivered by Review-Journal LiveCam on the rooftop of the Panorama Tower II. Scenic video from across the city including, south strip, McCarran Airport, T-Mobile Arena, Southwest and western edges of Las Vegas.

Laxalt Talks About His Plans for Health Care, Economic Development
 
Laxalt Talks About His Plans for Health Care, Economic Development

Nevada should institute work requirements for adults who can work and encourage doctors to come and remain in Nevada, according to Republican gubernatorial candidate and attorney general Adam Laxalt. He also thinks Nevada should focus its economic development efforts on removing barriers to entry, instead of providing tax breaks to select companies.

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