NBA superstars LeBron James, Russell Westbrook and Chris Paul were in attendance to witness the Las Vegas Aces beat the New York Liberty 100-65 on Friday night. LVRJ host Cassie Soto and Aces beat reporter Sam Gordon break down how the Aces were able to come away with the huge win.
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Las Vegas Lights FC coach Eric Wynalda has a big family. Meet the crew. (Ben Gotz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Originally built in 1966, this Midcentury Remodel has been modernized to appeal to the masses. The larger than life windows brighten up the entire home and offer brilliant views of the nearby mountains and golf course.
In the first-ever Battle For Vegas Charity Softball Game, the Golden Knights and Raiders raised $136,000 for the Tyler Robinson Foundation. At the end of the nights, it was the Raiders that raised the Battle For Vegas trophy, after beating the Golden Knights 20-16. Take a look at some of the highlights from the game!
Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer is proud of his team’s effort in the 100-65 win over the NY Liberty, though he understands this is just one game.
The Israel-based airline El Al now has a nonstop flight from Tel Aviv to Las Vegas.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signs AB291, which enacts extreme risk orders, bans bump stocks, and lowers the legal blood alcohol level allowed to handle a firearm.
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Ten years ago on June 16, 2009, on the company’s anniversary, over 250 Cirque du Soleil performers from six different Las Vegas shows put on stilts to participate with four other Cirque companies in Montreal, Orlando, Moscow and Macau, for the Guinness World Record for the most people walking on stilts in multiple venues simultaneously.