The Golden Knights talked about their comeback win against the Nashville Predators after the game Wednesday.
The Raiders saw a 3-game win streak snapped by the New York Jets and will go into face division rival Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and Vegas Nation podcast host Heidi Fang break down what the Raiders can do to rebound into the win column.
Review Journal Business and Consumer reporter, Subrina Hudson, discusses best strategies to navigate through your Thanksgiving holiday shopping weekend.
The Raiders have not won at Arrowhead stadium since 2012. This Sunday they’re looking to bring home a win and supremacy in the AFC West standings.
After suffering a blowout loss against the Jets, the Raiders look towards a rematch with the Kansas City Chiefs who are coming off a bye week. Chiefs coach Andy Reid is 17-3 following a bye.
UNLV might have to send out invitations to its former football players for another Sam Boyd Stadium send-off again next season. The Rebels were expected to move into Allegiant Stadium full time next season, but a dispute with the Raiders might force UNLV’s games against Louisiana Tech on Sept. 5 and Arizona State on Sept. 12 to be played at Sam Boyd.
Longtime Notre Dame supporter and Las Vegas attorney John Mowbray discusses the mystique of the Fighting Irish in the aftermath of the football team’s 46-year home sellout streak coming to an end. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A winter storm warning was issued for parts of Clark County — though not in the Las Vegas Valley — and adjacent counties from 10 a.m. Wednesday until 4 a.m. Friday. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
For the hundreds of campaign workers currently making the pre-caucus push in Nevada, the holidays can be a trying time. There is a lot of work to be done. Some campaigns are in an intense growth period, while others are struggling to hang on.
But it is also a time in which relative strangers from different corners of the country — people who may have never met otherwise — turn a shared belief in a political candidate into personal bonds that often survive well past Election Day.
Clouds move into Las Vegas Valley early Wednesday ahead of a winter storm that is expected to bring rain to the valley and snow in the mountains. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)