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Gerard Gallant on Paul Stastny
 
Gerard Gallant on Paul Stastny

Vegas Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks about Paul Stastny’s role on the team. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Jurors hear opening statements in Reid personal injury trial
 
Jurors hear opening statements in Reid personal injury trial

Opening statements were made on Tuesday in the product liability lawsuit brought by Harry Reid against against the makers of a resistance exercise band that Reid blames for blinding him in one eye.

Bartending flair competition at the Nightclub & Bar Show
 
Bartending flair competition at the Nightclub & Bar Show

Highlights from the ten contestants who competed for the Shake It Up Flair and Classic Competition at the Nightclub & Bar Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae

Escape Room Industry Growing In Las Vegas
 
Escape Room Industry Growing In Las Vegas

Escapology employees discuss the growing escape room industry in the U.S. and Las Vegas. (Bailey Schulz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Amy And Spencer Powell Recount Hit And Run
 
Amy And Spencer Powell Recount Hit And Run

Amy Powell and her son Spencer recount the day Spencer was hit by a truck while riding his bike. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)

Las Vegas housing market
 
Las Vegas housing market

Las Vegas home prices in January grew fastest among major U.S. markets for the eighth month in a row, S&P Dow Jones Indices reported. Southern Nevada’s prices were up 10.5% year-over-year, more than double the national rate of 4.3%. In 2018, prices rose in every ZIP code in the Las Vegas Valley for the second year in a row, according to SalesTraq. Prices grew fastest in older, more centrally located areas. But prices were highest in the suburbs.

All Charges Against Jussie Smollett Have Been Dropped
 
All Charges Against Jussie Smollett Have Been Dropped

All Charges Against Jussie Smollett Have Been Dropped During a surprise court hearing in
Chicago on Tuesday, prosecutors decided to
drop all charges against the ‘Empire’ actor. Attorneys Tina Glandian and Patricia Brown Holmes The actor will forfeit the $10,000
he posted for bond as part of a
deferred prosecution deal. Prosecutors previously alleged that
Smollett hired two men to stage a
hate crime against himself. Smollett has maintained his innocence
from the beginning and pleaded not
guilty to 16 felony counts on March 14. Attorneys Tina Glandian and Patricia Brown Holmes Attorneys Tina Glandian and Patricia Brown Holmes

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