Golden Knights goaltender Maxime Lagace talks about the 5-2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Feb. 1, 2019. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks about the 5-2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Feb. 1, 2019. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
If you want to enjoy some sun while watching the big game, the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center is the best of both worlds. Watch the game for free while enjoying food and beverages from various vendors. If you want to relax inside, the Cosmopolitan is offering various watch party locations. There is a fee for a some locations, but if you want free entertainment, head to the Race & Sports book and grab a signature cocktail while you are there.
Clark County will direct up to $12 million a year in marijuana fees to homeless programs. The majority will go toward building new housing. Local organizations caution that the new housing needs to be coordinated with other local initiatives. That includes collaborating with cities, nonprofits and providing long-term case management, local organizations say.
Real Estate Millions: Top four penthouses sold in Las Vegas in 2018
The Stratosphere, a 1,150-foot-tall property in Las Vegas will be renamed The STRAT Hotel, Casino and Skypod.
Life has been good for Utah State’s basketball team, Sam Merrill The Aggies have silenced their preseason critics Utah State coach Craig Smith has had a lot to smile about UNLV, Kris Clyburn play the Aggies on Saturday Joel Ntambwe is expected to play for UNLV after bruising his ribs
The Water Question Part 5: teaser
Southern Nevada has been banking water for close to 20 years, amassing reserves that could support the Las Vegas Valley as it looks to other resources like desalination and ground water from White Pine County.