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Kitchen trends at Las Vegas Winter Market
 
Kitchen trends at Las Vegas Winter Market

Las Vegas Winter Market displayed kitchen trends that mirror common dining accessories at Strip eateries. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae

Emerging trends in gifts at Las Vegas Market
 
Emerging trends in gifts at Las Vegas Market

Julie Smith Vincenti, curator for the First Look showroom tour on gifts and lifestyle, talks about the emerging trends in those categories for this season. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae

Metro Addresses Recent Ois (Short)
 
Metro Addresses Recent Ois (Short)

Las Vegas Metro Police Assistant Sheriff, Brett Zimmerman addresses the officer involved shooting on January 24,2019, where suspect Isai Rodriguez was fatally shot, either by officers, or self inflicted.

NAC Chairman says it’s time to tone down MMA smack talk ahead of fights
 
NAC Chairman says it’s time to tone down MMA smack talk ahead of fights

After announcing the fines and suspensions given to Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov for their involvement in a melee at UFC 229 in Las Vegas, Nevada Athletic Commission Chairman Anthony Marnell said it may be time to address “mouthy fighters” smack talk and conduct leading up to a fight.

Jones, NAC Chairman issue statements following Jones’ licensing approval for UFC 235
 
Jones, NAC Chairman issue statements following Jones’ licensing approval for UFC 235

The Nevada Athletic Commission issued UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones a conditional one-fight license to compete at UFC 235 taking place at the T-Mobile Arena on Mar. 2. Jones had to reapply for a license in Nevada after failing a drug test which led to UFC 232 being moved from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, California.