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Gallant on losing to the Avalanche
 
Gallant on losing to the Avalanche

Gerard Gallant talks about the loss to Colorado. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Gallant on Colorado loss
 
Gallant on Colorado loss

Gerard Gallant talks about the loss to Colorado. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Las Vegas community pays tribute to boy killed by car
 
Las Vegas community pays tribute to boy killed by car

The community joined friends and family at Wilbur & Theresa Faiss Park, Wednesday evening, to remember the boy who was struck and killed by a car crossing South Fort Apache Road from Faiss Park, near West Maule Avenue, on Monday. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)

UNLV Hires T.J. Otzelberger as Men’s Basketball Head Coach – Video
 
UNLV Hires T.J. Otzelberger as Men’s Basketball Head Coach – Video

UNLV athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois has announced that South Dakota State’s T.J. Otzelberger will be the program’s next head coach. Rebel Nation host Cassie Soto and Rebels beat writer Mark Anderson breakdown the hire, as well as give background information on Otzelberger.

New U.S. Attorney Trutanich refuses to rule out marijuana prosecutions – VIDEO
 
New U.S. Attorney Trutanich refuses to rule out marijuana prosecutions – VIDEO

Nevada’s new U.S. Attorney Nicholas Trutanich refused to rule out the possibility of prosecuting marijuana crimes. He said federal agents were victimized during the Cliven Bundy standoff, which is why he’s appealing a judge’s decision throwing out the case. He also believes federal law enforcement can help reduce local crime rates.

Parent remembers Las Vegas boy killed by car
 
Parent remembers Las Vegas boy killed by car

People visit a memorial at the intersection of South Fort Apache Road and West Arby Avenue at at Faiss Park Wednesday, March 27, 2019, where Jonathan Smith, 12, of Las Vegas, died after he was struck while crossing Fort Apache Monday. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto

CSN, Salt Lake Team Brace For Showdown
 
CSN, Salt Lake Team Brace For Showdown

College of Southern Nevada baseball coach Nick Garritano and Coyotes players talk about putting their 25-game junior college winning streak on the line against Salt Lake Community College, which has won 22 games in a row, on March 26, 2019 in Henderson, Nevada. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review-Journal).

Nevada Gaming Commission’s 10- highest fines
 
Nevada Gaming Commission’s 10- highest fines

The highest fines assessed by the Nevada Gaming Commission, according to commission Chairman Tony Alamo: 1) Wynn Resorts Ltd., $20 million, 2019 2) CG Technology (then known as Cantor G&W Holdings), $5.5 million, 2014 3) The Mirage, $5 million ($3 million fine, $2 million compensatory payment), 2003 4) Stardust, $3 million, 1985 5) Santa Fe Station, $2.2 million ($1.5 million fine, $700,000 compensatory payment), 2005 6) Las Vegas Sands, $2 million, 2016 7) CG Technology, $1.75 million, 2018 8) CG Technology, $1.5 million (also $25,000 in escrow for underpaid patrons), 2016 9) Caesars Entertainment, $1.5 million, 2015 10) Imperial Palace, $1.5 million, 1989

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