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Nacion Vegas: Cowboys derrotan Raiders, 20-17
Derek Carr perdió el balón fuera de los límites cerca de la línea de una yarda de los Cowboys con 31 segundos por jugarse. Dallas recuperó la pelota para sellar la victoria.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Fall To Cowboys
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporters Michael Gehlken, Gilbert Manzano and Ed Graney recap Sunday night's Raiders 20-17 loss against the Cowboys.
Del Rio not happy with officiating in loss to Dallas
In the post game news conference following the Oakland Raiders 20-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, head coach Jack Del Rio said he wasn't happy with many of the calls made during the football game.
Carr: I was just trying to win for my teammates
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said he went for the end zone and was hoping to bring home the win for his teammates when he fumbled the football costing the team the win.
Golden Edge: Coach Gerard Gallant on Knights' 5-2 win over Panthers
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant speaks after the Golden Knights 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017.
Crabtree was "pissed off" he wasn't on the field for the Raiders last play
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree told reporters after the team's 20-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys that he was "pissed off" that he was in concussion protocol during the team's final play.
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Defeat the Panthers 5-2
Golden Edge video host Bryan Salmond, reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp talk about the Golden Knights' 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers.
Vegas Nation: Raiders lose to Cowboys
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond talks about the Raiders' 20-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017.
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith on the third period in 5-2 win over Panthers
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith talks about the third-period domination on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017 against Florida. The Knights beat the Panthers 5-2. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jonathan Marchessault on winning for Knights coach Gerard Gallant
Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault talks about winning Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017, for coach Gerard Gallant. The Knights beat the Panthers 5-2. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights forward Erik Haula on 5-2 win over Florida
Golden Knights forward Erik Haula talks about the team's 5-2 win over Florida on Sunday Dec 17, 2017. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Defeat the Panthers 5-2
Golden Edge video host Bryan Salmond talks about the Golden Knights' 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers.
2017 All-State Girls Tennis Team
Here is the Review-Journal’s 2017 all-state girls tennis team. First Team: Audrey Boch-Collins, Clark First Team: Tara Chilton, Bishop Manogue First Team: Shelby Graber, Palo Verde First Team: Hannah Grossman, Coronado First Team: Lindsay Hofflander, The Meadows First Team: Megan King, Coronado First Team: Olivia Mikkelson, Boulder City First Team: Daria Shalina, Green Valley First Team: Isabella Shelton, Palo Verde First Team: Sidra Wholwend, Coronado Second Team: Peyton Barsel, The Meadows Second Team: Audrey Grigore, The Meadows Second Team: Jade Mayweather, Faith Lutheran Second Team: Averiana Mitchell, Durango Second Team: Isabella Monroe, The Meadows Second Team: Grace Nemac, The Meadows Sage Schula, Reno Erica Schwab, Reno Claire Strimling, The Meadows Viki Valente, Incline Coach of the Year: David Willingham, Coronado
Tuf Cooper talks about overtaking Trevor Brazile for an All-Around title
Tuf Cooper talks about overtaking Trevor Brazile for an All-Around title on Dec. 16, 2017, at the Thomas & Mack Center. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nick Bjugstad recalls making history playing for Gerard Gallant
The Florida Panthers Center scored the winning goal three years ago Saturday in a record 20th round of the shootout vs. Washington. The Panthers face the Golden Knights on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant holds no grudges against his former team
Golden Knights head coach and ex-Florida Panthers coach Gerard Gallant is happy working for the Knights. The Golden Knights face the Panthers on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Marchessault's thoughts when Gallant was fired at Florida last season
Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault talks about how he felt when head coach Gerard Gallant was fired while he was at Florida last season. The player and coach have been reunited with the Golden Knights and face the Panthers on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Reilly Smith is focused on the present
Former Florida Panthers forward Reilly Smith is looking to maintain the Golden Knights’ momentum rather than seeking revenge when the team faces Florida on Sunday, Dec. 117, 2017. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Reilly Smith is focused on the present
Former Florida Panthers forward Reilly Smith is looking to maintain the Golden Knights’ momentum rather than seeking revenge when the team faces Florida on Sunday, Dec. 117, 2017. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Bowl wrapup video
Review-Journal reporters Mark Anderson and Ron Kantowski recap the 2017 Las Vegas Bowl following Boise State's 38-28 win over Oregon on Saturday, Dec. 16. 2017. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
2017 All-State Boys Tennis Team
Here is the Review-Journal’s 2017 all-state boys tennis team First Team: Axel Botticelli, Palo Verde First Team: Rua Elmore, Western First Team: Zach Haas, Truckee First Team: Lucas Hammond, Gorman First Team: Christian Hess, Galena First Team: Artem Iermolov, Clark First Team: Caiden Jacob, Desert Oasis First Team: Tyler Parlade, Desert Oasis First Team: Michael Pasimio, Clark First Team: Simran Shah, Clark Second Team: Justin Finseth,The Meadows Second Team: Sebastian Frace, Coronado Second Team: Ben Goodman, The Meadows Second Team: Zach Larson, Truckee Second Team: Connor Mikkelson, Boulder City Second Team: Andre Pappas, Boulder City Second Team: Jacob Smith, Bishop Manogue Second Team: Zac Sullivan, Coronado Second Team: Mikael Tiilikainen, Reno Second Team: Noah Warren, Truckee Coach of the Year: Richard Coop, Palo Verde Honorable Mention: Jayden Atkin (Palo Verde) William Boyden (Reno) Brian Capp (The Meadows) Ryan Chang (The Meadows) Lucas Colfer (Reno) Ethan Collinsworth (Reno) Michael Doerr (Spanish Springs) Turner Drummond (Truckee) Ryan Elezra (Green Valley) Breton Erlanger (Boulder City) Myles Getto (Churchill City) Patrick Hogan (Truckee) Boen Huxford (Boulder City) Preston Jorgensen (Boulder City) Ben Lieberman (Green Valley) Blake Malkovich (Churchill City) Dawson Martin (Spanish Springs) Alfred Murillo (Desert Pines) Ahmed Nadeem (The Meadows) Treasure Nyame (Desert Pines) Nicholas Rinehart (Reno) Jose Ruiz (Desert Pines) Peyton Sachs (The Meadows) Sam Soderborg (Palo Verde) Stefan Sretenovic (Foothill) Mickey Sullivan (South Tahoe) Lucas Tong (Incline) Travis Weber (Foothill)
Las Vegas Bowl press conference
Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin and Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal give their thoughts after the 2017 Las Vegas Bowl on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017. The Broncos defeated the Ducks 38-28. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, December 17th
Sunday's headlines: Kihuen, accused of sexual harassment, says he won’t seek re-election, Golden Knights, Animal Foundation teaming up for Pomeranian adoptions, Nevada governor Brian Sandoval, wife separating after 27 years
5 fun facts about Las Vegas Lights FC coach Chelís
Las Vegas Lights FC made an interesting hire in coach José Luis Sanchez Solá, aka Chelís. Here are five fun facts about the coach. 1. Chelís is a childhood nickname, after a classmate played with his name "Jose Louis." 2. He is the first person to coach in the first and second divisions of U.S. and Mexican soccer. 3. He claims to have never sat down during a match. 4. His Twitter account has 170,000 followers. 5. He says he had offers to coach in Central America and Saudi Arabia, but chose to come to Las Vegas.
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, December 16th
Saturday's headlines: CSN professor charged with lewdness, Jury begins deliberations in Las Vegas underage sex trial, SpeedVegas driving attraction files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
2017 National Finals Rodeo ninth go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day run in Las Vegas on Friday for the ninth performance Here's a look at the ninth go-round Bareback riding: 1. Jake Brown, 87.5 points on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Nutrena’s Molly Brown, $26,231 Steer wrestling: 1. Scott Guenthner, 3.3 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 3.3 seconds, $26,231 each Saddle bronc riding: 1. Ryder Wright, 87 points on Korkow Rodeos’ Kitty Whistle, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. Shane Hanchey, 6.8 seconds, $26,231 Barrel racing: 1. Hailey Kinsel, 13.43 seconds, $26,231 Bull riding: 1. (tie) Trey Benton III on Rafter H Rodeo’s Nose Bender, 88 points, $42,308 each Bull riding: 1. (tie) Boudreaux Campbell on Stace Smith Pro Rodeos’ Reveloution, 88 points, $42,308 All-around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $319,337
Route 91 survivor welcomed home after rehab
Rylie Golgart, 19, was shot in the leg at the Route 91 shooting. On Friday night she was greeted by friends and family at McCarran International Airport after spending two months in rehabilitation at a clinic in Denver. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Smooth sailing after last meeting
Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and Bill Bradley talk about the latest storylines about the Las Vegas Stadium, including the Community Benefits Plan and the UNLV Joint-Use Agreement.
UNLV Lady Rebels coach on facing Stanford
UNLV Lady Rebels coach Kathy Olivier talks about facing off against Stanford on Dec. 14, 2017, at the Mendenhall Center. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson and Rachel Crosby go over the latest stories on the October 1st mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Vegas Nation: Obi Melifonwu's season comes to an end
Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken gives an update on Obi Melifonwu, Gareon Conley, Amari Cooper.
2017 All-State Girls Golf Team
Here is the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2017 all-state girls golf team First team: Abbi Fleiner, Reno First team: Annick Haczkiewicz, Palo Verde First team: McKenzi Hall, Centennial First team: Riana Mission, Clark First team: Hunter Pate, Bishop Gorman First team: Sami Penor, Coronado First team: Lani Potter, Boulder City First team: Sydney Smith, Faith Lutheran Second Team: Karen Beglin, Carson Second Team: Gabby DeNunzio, Coronado Second Team: Victoria Estrada, Coronado Second Team: Kaitlin Fleiner, Reed Second Team: Kyndall Newman, Arbor View Second Team: Rebecca Oertel, Palo Verde Second Team: Jessica Stanton, Wooster Second Team: Hailey Stevenson, Centennial Coach of the Year: Charlie Cerrone, Centennial Honorable Mention: Jill Beglin (Carson), Tatyana Carlson (Lowry), Annika Criss (Elko), Megan Gaskill (McQueen), Lily Landt (Wooster), Carolyn Lemon (Western), Megan Li (Galena), Jade Magana (Centennial), Charlotte Mason (Reno), Makenzie McMillan (Coronado), Bella McReynolds (Reno), Crystle Querol (Coronado), Katie Schlichenmayer (Foothill), Katelyn Smith (Cimarron-Memorial), Caroline Valle (Sierra Vista), Aliyah Williams (Sierra Vista)
Estimated timeline for distribution of donated money to Las Vegas shooting victims
Jan. 2, 2018 – Jan. 31.: Claim forms to be completed and submitted to the fund administrators along with required documentation. Feb. 1 – Feb. 26, 2018: All telephonic meetings requested with the fund administrators completed. March 1, 2018: All claims to be reviewed by the fund administrators and recommendations for payments to eligible claimants submitted to the LVVF committee. March 5, 2018: Distribution of payments to approved eligible claimants begins on a rolling basis.
91st "Wild West" Division serves in the 'war to end all wars'
A look at the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into The Great War and the Nevadans who fought and gave their lives in the “war to end all wars.”
The Right Take: Recalls against Sens. Joyce Woodhouse and Nicole Cannizzaro
For start to finish, the recall of an elected official in Nevada is supposed to take just over 120 days. Four months after the start of recalls against Sens. Joyce Woodhouse and Nicole Cannizzaro, however, it looks like the process isn’t even half over.
Developer Chris Beavor holds a ceremonial groundbreaking for a mixed-use project
Developer Chris Beavor holds a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony for a mixed-use project next to Palms at 3883 Flamingo Road in Las Vegas. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Developer Chris Beavor holds a ceremonial groundbreaking for a mixed-use project
Developer Chris Beavor holds a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony for a mixed-use project next to Palms at 3883 Flamingo Rd., Friday, Dec. 15, 2017, in Las Vegas.
10 best things to do in Las Vegas this weekend — Dec. 15-17
2017 National Finals Rodeo eighth go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day run in Las Vegas on Thursday with the eighth performance Here's a look at the eighth go-round Bareback riding: 1. Richmond Champion, 88 points on Hi Lo ProRodeo’s Pretty Woman; $26,231 Steer wrestling: 1. Chason Floyd, 3.7 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. (tie) Luke Brown/Jake Long, 4.1 seconds, $23,481 Team roping: 1. (tie) Clay Tryan/Jade Corkill, 4.1 seconds, $23,481 Saddle bronc riding: 1. Ryder Wright, 92 points on Powder River Rodeo’s Show Me Again, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. (tie) Caleb Smidt, 7.6 seconds, $23,481 Tie-down roping: 1. (tie) Cory Solomon, 7.6 seconds, $23,481 Barrel racing: 1. Amberleigh Moore, 13.54 seconds, $26,231 Bull riding: 1. Jordan Hansen, 86 points on Corey & Lange Rodeo’s Tequila, $28,981 All around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $319,337
Business Insights: John Restrepo
Buck Wargo interviews John Restrepo.
Las Vegas morning update for Friday, December 15th
Friday's headlines: Pedestrian killed in crash on I-15 near Las Vegas Strip; lanes blocked, CCSD board OKs budget after months of dealing with $60M deficit, Steve Wynn ‘warehousing’ former Alon site in $336M purchase
Golden Edge: Fleury Plays Against Former Team
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp recap tonight's Golden Knights game against the Pittsburg Penguins.
Gallant says team played on another level to defeat the Penguins
After the Vegas Golden Knights took a 2-1 win over the Stanley Cup Champions, the Pittsburgh Penguins, head coach Gerard Gallant said the team played at their best to bring home the victory.
Fleury says playing against his former team was "different" than expected
Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury says playing against his former team, the Pittsburgh Penguins was a different experience than he anticipated.
Crowds make their way to first showing of the new Star Wars
Attendees posed with characters and some had their own costumes for the premiere of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" at the Palms. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on newly acquired Ryan Carpenter
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on newly acquired Ryan Carpenter. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation Red Zone: Raiders vs. Cowboys matchup
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and reporter Gilbert Manzano discuss the Raiders’ matchup on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.
Vegas Nation: Fadol Brown Might Leave The Raiders
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal Raiders beat writer Micheal Gehlken go over Fadol Brown potentially leaving the Raiders and Todd Downing on how the Raiders played against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Timeline of Former New Frontier Site
2007: Israeli investors buy and implode New Frontier hotel 2014: Crown Resorts acquires property through foreclosure 2015: Clark County approves plans for 1,100-room, 3.4 million-square-foot Alon Las Vegas 2016: Crown backs out of Alon project 2017: Site listed for $400 million 2017: Wynn Resorts agrees to buy site for $336 million
Boise State coach Bryan Harsin talks about team's expectations
Boise State coach Bryan Harsin talks about high expectations in his football program during a Las Vegas Bowl event at Maverick Helicopters in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Victims of shooting get extension on claims against gunman
Attorney’s representing victims of the October 1st mass shooting were in probate court today to try and preserve the assets of gunman Stephen Paddock until a determination can made on they will be managed.
Oregon players on why they wanted Mario Cristobal to be head coach
Players rallied behind Mario Cristobal with a petition to make him the new head coach at Oregon. They describe why they thought he was the best fit. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Kyle Busch talks about his successful NASCAR Truck Series team
Kyle Busch says he is proud of his NASCAR Truck Series team which has produced several Nascar Cup Series regulars. He spoke to reporters during NASCAR Champion's Week in Las Vegas, Nevada, on November 29, 2017. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review Journal)
2017 National Finals Rodeo seventh go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day event in Las Vegas on Wednesday for the seventh performance Here's a look at the seventh go-round Bareback riding: 1. Tanner Aus, 87 points on Three Hills Rodeo’s Jr Bonner, $26,231 Steer wrestling: 1. Dakota Eldridge, 3.3 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, 3.5 seconds, $26,231 each Saddle bronc riding: 1. Hardy Braden, 88 points on Hi Lo ProRodeo’s Garden City Gal, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. Randall Carlisle, 7.5 seconds, $26,231 Barrel racing: 1. Tillar Murray, 13.4 seconds, $26,231 Bull riding: 1. Joe Frost, 87 points on Wayne Vold Rodeo’s Heavens Basement, $26,231 All-around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $313,837
Wynn Resorts buying former site of New Frontier on Las Vegas Strip
Wynn Resorts has announced it reached an agreement to buy the empty lot on Las Vegas Boulevard where the New Frontier once stood. Wynn will pay $336 million for the 34 acres of the former New Frontier as well as 4 additional acres connected to the site. The company hopes the development will bring more tourists to the north end of the Strip. Once the deal is complete, Wynn will own 280 acres of contiguous property running from the Las Vegas Convention Center on Paradise Road west to Industrial Road Wynn plans to start construction of Paradise Park, which includes a 47-story, 1,500-room hotel, on the site of the Wynn Golf Course in January.
Las Vegas could have nation’s first government-regulated pot lounges
Pot cafes, stoned yoga and painting while puffing could be just around the corner in Las Vegas. Las Vegas officials are considering an ordinance that would allow the city to license marijuana consumption lounges. The ordinance would allow for a variety of consumption-friendly businesses, such as restaurants, yoga studios, coffee shops and even a smoking while painting class. The lounges would not be allowed to have or serve any alcohol or to store marijuana on-site. Assistant City Attorney Bryan Scott said lounges could be approved in March.
Las Vegas morning update for Thursday, December 14th
Thursday's headlines: Wynn Resorts buys former New Frontier site on the Strip, man arrested after crash kills 3. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Tyson Durfey talks about his long road to NFR title
Fontainebleau's future
It’s been more than three months since the Fontainebleau sold for $600 million. But there’s still no word from the buyers on what they’ll do with the mothballed tower on the Las Vegas Strip. Records show they're calling their effort "Project Blue" and that a contractor was hired to finish construction. But other details remain unknown. (Eli Segall/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Oregon's Justin Herbert looks to leave lasting impression in Las Vegas Bowl
Justin Herbert has been named an early frontrunner for the Heisman trophy next year. For now, the sophomore quarterback is only focused on the bowl game. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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Tuf Cooper talks about overtaking Trevor Brazile for an All-Around title
Tuf Cooper talks about overtaking Trevor Brazile for an All-Around title on Dec. 16, 2017, at the Thomas & Mack Center. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas police brief media on fatal crash near Eastern and Flamingo
Las Vegas police address the media after a multi-vehicle crash has left 3 dead at the intersection of Eastern and Flamingo. (Mike Shoro/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
2017 National Finals Rodeo ninth go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day run in Las Vegas on Friday for the ninth performance Here's a look at the ninth go-round Bareback riding: 1. Jake Brown, 87.5 points on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Nutrena’s Molly Brown, $26,231 Steer wrestling: 1. Scott Guenthner, 3.3 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 3.3 seconds, $26,231 each Saddle bronc riding: 1. Ryder Wright, 87 points on Korkow Rodeos’ Kitty Whistle, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. Shane Hanchey, 6.8 seconds, $26,231 Barrel racing: 1. Hailey Kinsel, 13.43 seconds, $26,231 Bull riding: 1. (tie) Trey Benton III on Rafter H Rodeo’s Nose Bender, 88 points, $42,308 each Bull riding: 1. (tie) Boudreaux Campbell on Stace Smith Pro Rodeos’ Reveloution, 88 points, $42,308 All-around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $319,337
Fontainebleau's future
It’s been more than three months since the Fontainebleau sold for $600 million. But there’s still no word from the buyers on what they’ll do with the mothballed tower on the Las Vegas Strip. Records show they're calling their effort "Project Blue" and that a contractor was hired to finish construction. But other details remain unknown. (Eli Segall/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
2017 National Finals Rodeo sixth go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day run in Las Vegas on Tuesday with the sixth performance. Here's a look at the sixth go-round. Bareback riding: 1. (tie) Clayton Biglow on Frontier Rodeo’s Night Fist, 88 points, $23,481 Bareback riding: 1. (tie) J.R. Vezain on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Scarlet Belle, 88 points, $23,481 Steer wrestling: 1. Baylor Roche, 3.6 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. (tie) Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 3.7 seconds, $23,481 Team roping: 1. (tie) Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 3.7 seconds, $23,481 Saddle bronc riding: 1. Ryder Wright, 89 points on The Cervi Brothers Rodeo’s 2 Cookies, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. Marty Yates, 6.9 seconds, $26,231 Barrel racing: 1. Hailey Kinsel, 13.49 seconds, $26,231 Bull riding: 1. Trey Benton III, 92.5 points on Rocky Mountain Rodeo’s Bomb Pop, $27,077 All-around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $313,837
Police deputy saves inmate from suicide attempt
A Nye County Detention Center officer caught an inmate attempting suicide, preventing injury to the man. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
2017 National Finals Rodeo fifth go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its ten-day annual run in Las Vegas on Monday. Here's a look at the National Finals Rodeo fifth go-round results Bareback riding: 1. Mason Clements, 88.5 points on Korkow Rodeos’ Onion Ring, $26,231 Steer wrestling: 1. Tanner Milan, 3.8 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. (tie) Erich Rogers/Cory Petska, 3.9 seconds, $23,481 Team roping: 1. (tie) Clay Tryan/Jade Corkill, 3.9 seconds, $23,481 Saddle bronc riding: 1. Sterling Crawley, 89 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Medicine Woman, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. Marty Yates, 7.0 seconds, $26,231 Barrel racing: 1. (tie) Lisa Lockhart, 13.59 seconds, $23,481 Barrel racing: 1. (tie) Ivy Conrado, 13.59 seconds, $23,481 Bull riding: 1. Sage Kimzey, 89 points on Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Record Rack’s Shootin’ Stars, $27,077 All-around standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $313,837
2017 National Finals Rodeo fourth go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day run in Las Vegas on Sunday. Here's a look at the leaders after the fourth go-round. Bareback riding: 1. Ty Breuer, 90.5 points on Brookman Rodeo’s Risky Business, $26,231 Steer wrestling: 1. J.D. Struxness, 3.6 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. (tie) Luke Brown/Jake Long, 4.1 seconds, $23,481 each Team roping: 1. (tie) Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, 4.1 seconds, $23,481 each Saddle bronc riding: 1. Ryder Wright, 89 points on Stace Smith Pro Rodeos’ Pony Man, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. Cooper Martin, 7.6 seconds, $26,231 Barrel racing: 1. Amberleigh Moore, 13.56 seconds, $26,231 Bull riding: 1. Trey Benton III, 87.5 points on Andrews Rodeo’s Mo Money, $33,564
Wynn Resorts buying former site of New Frontier on Las Vegas Strip
Wynn Resorts has announced it reached an agreement to buy the empty lot on Las Vegas Boulevard where the New Frontier once stood. Wynn will pay $336 million for the 34 acres of the former New Frontier as well as 4 additional acres connected to the site. The company hopes the development will bring more tourists to the north end of the Strip. Once the deal is complete, Wynn will own 280 acres of contiguous property running from the Las Vegas Convention Center on Paradise Road west to Industrial Road Wynn plans to start construction of Paradise Park, which includes a 47-story, 1,500-room hotel, on the site of the Wynn Golf Course in January.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson and Rachel Crosby go over the latest stories on the October 1st mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
2017 National Finals Rodeo seventh go-round results
The National Finals Rodeo continued its annual 10-day event in Las Vegas on Wednesday for the seventh performance Here's a look at the seventh go-round Bareback riding: 1. Tanner Aus, 87 points on Three Hills Rodeo’s Jr Bonner, $26,231 Steer wrestling: 1. Dakota Eldridge, 3.3 seconds, $26,231 Team roping: 1. Dustin Egusquiza/Kory Koontz, 3.5 seconds, $26,231 each Saddle bronc riding: 1. Hardy Braden, 88 points on Hi Lo ProRodeo’s Garden City Gal, $26,231 Tie-down roping: 1. Randall Carlisle, 7.5 seconds, $26,231 Barrel racing: 1. Tillar Murray, 13.4 seconds, $26,231 Bull riding: 1. Joe Frost, 87 points on Wayne Vold Rodeo’s Heavens Basement, $26,231 All-around world standings: 1. Trevor Brazile, $313,837
Route 91 survivor welcomed home after rehab
Rylie Golgart, 19, was shot in the leg at the Route 91 shooting. On Friday night she was greeted by friends and family at McCarran International Airport after spending two months in rehabilitation at a clinic in Denver. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Crowds make their way to first showing of the new Star Wars
Attendees posed with characters and some had their own costumes for the premiere of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" at the Palms. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: High school basketball weekly preview: Dec. 11, 2017
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Class action lawsuit filed against CCSD's Health Trust Fund
Diana Goodsell is a plaintiff in the lawsuit against Teachers Health Trust, which provides insurance for thousands of CCSD employees and their dependents. The lawsuit alleges breach of contract, consumer fraud and other actions that the plaintiffs say have forced them to pay more for health care and receive less. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Fleury says playing against his former team was "different" than expected
Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury says playing against his former team, the Pittsburgh Penguins was a different experience than he anticipated.
Gallant says team played on another level to defeat the Penguins
After the Vegas Golden Knights took a 2-1 win over the Stanley Cup Champions, the Pittsburgh Penguins, head coach Gerard Gallant said the team played at their best to bring home the victory.
Golden Edge: Deryk Engelland Sit Down
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond sits down with Golden Knights' defensemen Deryk Engelland to talk about the fans and when he used to play for the Las Vegas Wranglers.
Stadium Authority talks community benefits plan at meeting
Rick Velotta recaps the Stadium Authority meeting at UNLV, including the Land Dedication Agreement and a Non-Relocation Agreement.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 15
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Las Vegas Wynn Sports Book Director Johnny Avello go over their picks for week 15 of NFL football.
Las Vegas Shootings
Estimated timeline for distribution of donated money to Las Vegas shooting victims
Jan. 2, 2018 – Jan. 31.: Claim forms to be completed and submitted to the fund administrators along with required documentation. Feb. 1 – Feb. 26, 2018: All telephonic meetings requested with the fund administrators completed. March 1, 2018: All claims to be reviewed by the fund administrators and recommendations for payments to eligible claimants submitted to the LVVF committee. March 5, 2018: Distribution of payments to approved eligible claimants begins on a rolling basis.
Locals in Las Vegas Bowl talk about being back
Oregon offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby and Boise State offensive lineman John Molchon, both in town to compete in the Las Vegas Bowl, talk about returning to the city after the Oct. 1 shooting. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Victims’ Fund creates new record for GoFundMe
The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund campaign on GoFundMe created a new record on the site. The campaign holds more than $11.6 million. Last year, the largest GoFundMe campaign was supporting victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando Florida, which raised just over $7.8 million. “We have a very generous spirit of giving in the community, and that was seen following the Oct. 1 tragedy,” said Julie Murray, principal and CEO of the Las Vegas-based Moonridge Group.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting benefit concert, Paddock investigation
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Todd Prince and Jason Bracelin discuss the latest news surrounding the Mandalay Bay and a website selling Las Vegas benefit concert tickets.
Las Vegas Oct. 1 shooting impacts tourism and Mandalay Bay occupancy
The Oct. 1 mass shooting that occurred at the Mandalay Bay raised questions about how the hotel would weather the stigma of the shooting. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
NFR Honors Victims of October 1 Shooting
Ed Graney talks about the NFR opening ceremony in which the victims of the October 1 shooting were honored.
The Love Store to open new location in Las Vegas
The Love Store will open a new location this week next to the downtown Community Healing Garden dedicated to the Las Vegas shooting. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting benefit concert, Paddock investigation
Elaine Wilson talks to Jessie Bekker and Jason Bracelin about the Las Vegas concert that will benefit victims as well as what an autopsy could reveal about Stephen Paddock.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting Database
Elaine Wilson talks to Anita Hassan about the survivors database on reviewjournal.com.
Group of survivors of Oct. 1 shooting ask, “What about us?”
A group of about 50 survivors of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting delivered a recurring message Tuesday: “What about us?” The Las Vegas Victims Fund committee held a town hall meeting Tuesday morning to solicit input on the draft protocols it released Nov. 16, outlining who should receive donations following the Oct. 1 shooting. As proposed, families of those who were killed in the shooting and people who sustained permanent brain damage and/or permanent paralysis resulting in continuous home medical assistance would receive the highest level of payment out of the fund, the draft guidelines propose. People who were physically injured and admitted to a hospital within 48 hours of the shooting for at least one night between Oct. 1 and Jan. 31, 2018 would receive the next level of funding, according to the draft.
Victim advocate Jeff Dion helps Las Vegas shooting victims
Wherever there is a mass casualty crime, you’ll probably find Jeff Dion on the scene just about immediately after—just as he was in Las Vegas Oct. 5, four days after the Oct. 1 shooting. Dion, deputy director of the National Center for Victims of Crime, has helped communities to deal with the logistical aftershocks of crimes including shootings and intentional motor vehicle attacks since 2012. Read more at reviewjournal.com (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas shooting victims: by the numbers
Victims of the Las Vegas shooting: by the numbers 67: The age of the oldest victim, a grandmother of nine 33: Victims from California 33: Victims who were parents 16: Victims in their 20s 7: Victims who lived in Nevada 6: Victims who had jobs working with children 5: Victims who were college students 4: Victims from Canada 4: Victims who worked in law enforcement 2: Victims who were retired 58: Lives taken too soon
After Las Vegas shooting, 87 children cope with loss of parent
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, 87 children are coping with the loss of a parent. Of the 58 people killed at the Route 91 Harvest festival, 33 were parents. The youngest child to lose a parent was just six weeks old when his mom, Rocio Guillen-Rocha, was killed. Losing a parent in such a public and traumatic way can send a child into a tailspin, UNLV clinical psychologist Michelle Paul says.
After Las Vegas shooting, 87 children cope with loss of parent
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, 87 children are coping with the loss of a parent. Of the 58 people killed at the Route 91 Harvest festival, 33 were parents. The youngest child to lose a parent was just six weeks old when his mom, Rocio Guillen-Rocha, was killed. Losing a parent in such a public and traumatic way can send a child into a tailspin, UNLV clinical psychologist Michelle Paul says.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting
Rochelle Richards, Nicole Raz and David Ferrara discuss the latest storylines about the Las Vegas Shooting on October 1, including an update on lawsuits as well as the Las Vegas Victims' fund.
Nevada Supreme Court decision to affect litigation against Mandalay Bay
Craig Drummond, an attorney at Drummond Law Firm in Las Vegas, discusses the Nevada Supreme Court decision on Humphries v. New York-New York Hotel & Casino and the impact it will have on litigation against Mandalay Bay on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @jajuarezphoto
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Jeff German and Eli Segall sit down to discuss the latest news on the Las Vegas mass shooting.
Lawyer explains 5 types of victims from Las Vegas shooting
Lawyer Robert Eglet explains the 5 types of victims that could receive compensation as a result of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Mandalay Bay adds elevator security after Las Vegas shooting
Mandalay Bay is adding to its security even as it cuts hours of other employees. People seeking to get on the elevators must now show their room key. The new policy applies to Delano as well, they said. The change comes after the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 and injured more than 500. Several major hotels on the Strip already had similar practices in place before the shooting.
Boyd Gaming will have hotel staff enter ‘Do Not Disturb’ rooms sooner
Boyd Gaming Corp. is informing guests at all its properties that hotel personnel will enter a room if a “Do Not Disturb” sign is left on a door for more than 48 hours. The change comes after Mandalay Bay guest Stephen Paddock kept housekeeping out of his room for about three days, enabling him to convert the suite into his personal armory with 23 guns “That is a policy that applies to all of our properties," Boyd spokesman David Strow said. The Boyd policy was changed from three days to two days last month, Strow said.
Artist draws portraits of 58 Las Vegas shooting victims
An artist in Ohio has drawn portraits of the 58 victims of the Las Vegas shooting. Ron Moore Jr. flew to Nevada Monday to hand-deliver the last three portraits, including one of Metropolitan Police Department officer Charleston Hartfield. Over 25 days, Moore dedicated nearly 175 hours to drawing portraits of the victims. Moore was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2004. He prayed that if God would give him the ability to draw again, he would use his talent to bless others. Moore also surprised Las Vegas police with a painting of an eagle. The painting and Hartfield’s portrait will remain on display inside the Las Vegas police headquarters’ main lobby.
Last Las Vegas shooting patient in local hospitals discharged
The last patient hospitalized locally as a result of the Oct. 1 Strip shooting has been discharged. The patient, who was not identified, was discharged Saturday, almost six weeks after the attack, from St. Rose Dominican Hospital.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Brian Joseph and Briana Erickson sit down to discuss the latest news on the Las Vegas mass shooting.
State crime victim compensation is limited
Jeff Dion, deputy executive director of the National Center for Victims of Crime, said he is working to make sure people who get funds from state programs will not be considered to be double dipping if and when they receive funds from the Las Vegas Victims Fund. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Wade Millward and Henry Brean sit down to discuss the latest news on the Las Vegas Mass Shooting.
Television host Forbes Riley caught Las Vegas shooting on iPhone video
Forbes Riley recalls the night of October 1 when she was having dinner in the Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay. Riley started filming as the shooting occurred on the concert grounds below. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
RTC traffic supervisor relives morning after Las Vegas shooting
RTC Traffic Operations Supervisor David Crisler relives the morning after the Las Vegas shooting, when RTC had to assist police in shutting down roads in the aftermath. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Troopers respond to mass shooting
Nevada Highway Patrol Troopers Travis Smaka and Adam Whitmarsh share their experience on how it was to respond to the mass shooting on Oct. 1.
Vendors have goods, equipment at shooting scene
A court order is preventing vendors from retrieving their equipment and items they were selling at the Route 91 Harvest festival, the site of the shooting on Oct. 1.
Experts to diagram Route 91 grounds in Las Vegas for lawsuit
Attorneys plan to inspect the Route 91 Harvest concert venue where 58 people were killed and hundreds were injured in the Oct. 1 shooting. Experts plan to photograph and diagram the concert grounds. The inspection could pave the way for vendors to retrieve their belongings from the site by the end of the week A Clark County judge granted a temporary restraining order to prevent MGM Resorts International from destroying any evidence related to the shooting, including gunman Stephen Paddock’s suite at the Mandalay Bay
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Jamie Munks, Wade Millward and Brian Joseph sit down to discuss the latest news on the Las Vegas Mass Shooting.
Cab driver the night of Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting recalls events
Desert Cab supervisor Dustin Webster recalls the events unfolding Oct. 1 while he drives his cab in Las Vegas on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
Route 91 attendees pay respects at memorial one month after shooting
Robyn Webb and husband Matt Webb paid their respects at a makeshift memorial for the Oct. 1 victims at the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign in Las Vegas on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
Tropicana saw bookings fall 35 percent after Las Vegas shooting
The operator of the hotel closest to the Route 91 Harvest Festival grounds not operated by MGM Resorts International said the Tropicana Las Vegas experienced a 35 percent cancellation rate on bookings in the days immediately following the Oct. 1 mass shooting. But Jay Snowden, president and chief operating officer of Penn National Gaming, said there were no group cancellations and that the downturn in bookings appears to be a short-term situation that is gradually going away. Penn was the first gaming company to publicly quantify the extent of cancellations in relation to the shooting. MGM Resorts reports quarterly earnings on Nov. 8.
Family makes personalized rocks for Oct. 1 victims
58 rocks, one for each Oct. 1 victim, painted by Maxine Dolan and husband Don Dolan were placed at the Healing Garden in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017.
Couple place special rocks at Healing Garden for Oct. 1 victims
Maxine and Don Dolan handpainted 58 rocks to honor the victims of the Oct. 1 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip and placed them at the Healing Garden in downtown Las Vegas.
Hospital a long way from home for Las Vegas shooting survivor
Andrew Gudmunson wants to get better so he can get back home. Home is 1,400 miles away in Minot, North Dakota — a place he’s been away from for more than three weeks since he was injured in the Oct. 1 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip. Gudmunson, who said he’s focused on his recovery, shared his story via social media In the message, he said a combination of actions by his girlfriend, McKenna Larson, and three strangers helped him survive the bullet that hit him on the left side of his abdomen, went through his body, and exited through his right side. "The scope of the outpouring of support really become overwhelming and leaves me feeling extremely grateful,” Gudmunson said.
Questions remain about Las Vegas shooter’s live-in girlfriend
If Marilou Danley is still a person of interest in the Las Vegas shooting investigation, law enforcement officials aren’t saying. Since her Oct. 3 return to the United States, authorities also were keeping the whereabouts of the shooter’s live-in girlfriend close to the vest. Las Vegas police said Danley was met by FBI agents for questioning when she landed at Los Angeles International Airport.
Mother dies days after funeral of cop killed in Las Vegas shooting
The mother of a Las Vegas police officer killed in the Route 91 shooting died this weekend after falling while riding an escalator. Sheryl Stiles was in town to attend the Friday services for her only son, Charleston Hartfield, the Metropolitan Police Department officer killed in the Oct. 1 shooting. Cecil Ralston, Sheryl’s cousin, said she fell while riding an escalator at a Las Vegas hotel. “No one expected anything like this to happen,” Ralston said.
Mural pays tribute to victims of Las Vegas shooting
Five graffiti artists worked for about 17 straight hours from Sunday through Monday morning to create the 200-foot-long mural at the corner of Westcliff and Antelope Way. The hearts are different colors, each containing a victim’s name with a halo resting over it. The effort was organized by Kitos Lucero, a lifelong Las Vegas resident who has been creating murals for children diagnosed with cancer. “My inspiration was to give something. There had to be something I could give to the families who lost their loved ones,” Lucero said.
New Angle of Las Vegas Strip Shooting
New video of the Las Vegas Mass Shooting from Forbes Riley on Facebook.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Rachel Crosby, Colton Lochhead and Brian Joseph sit down to discuss the latest news on the Las Vegas Mass Shooting.
Metro officer’s funeral procession travels down Las Vegas Strip
Funeral procession transporting Las Vegas police officer Charleston Hartfield to his final resting place on Friday travels down the Las Vegas Strip. Hartfield was one of the 58 people killed in the Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in the Las Vegas.
Las Vegas morning update for Friday, October 20
Friday's headlines: Man killed in Henderson crash remembered, Raiders settle on new stadium groundbreaking date, jet fuel tank drained and close to inspection
The Right Take: Gun Control and Democrats
It was entirely predictable that democrats would use the horrific Las Vegas Strip shooting to push for gun control. What’s shocking is how far they want to go.
Behavioral neurologist discusses what brain autopsy may find
Dr. Gabriel C. Leger, of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, offers insights into what a neuropathological examination of a brain entails and what it could reveal.
Trauma doctor finds Minnesota connection with Las Vegas shooting patient
Dr. Timothy Dickhudt was only at work for 15 minutes October 1 when he took a gunshot victim into surgery. Little did he know the patient he was treating had connections with his home state and his family. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
MGM Resorts seems to know location of Jesus Campos
Where is Jesus Campos? MGM Resorts International seems to know. The whereabouts of the 24-year-old Mandalay Bay security guard, who first encountered mass shooter Stephen Paddock and was shot in the leg by the gunman, has been unknown since he failed to show up to five television interviews scheduled Thursday by the International Union, Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America. MGM told the Review-Journal in a Tuesday email: “Jesus Campos wants to tell his story at a time and place of his choosing. He’s asked that everyone respect his request for privacy. We could not be more proud of Jesus.”
Las Vegas shooting first responders get VIP treatment at Raiders game
The Oakland Raiders reached out to first responders from the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas, flew about 30 of them to the game against the Chargers, gave them VIP field access and seats, and had owner Mark Davis meet with them.
Celebration of Life held for Las Vegas Shooting victim Cameron Robinson
Family and friends gathered at Black Rock Park in Santa Clara City, Utah on Saturday, Oct. 14 to celebrate the life of Cameron Robinson. Robinson was one of the 58 people killed in the Oct. 1 shooting on the Strip. (Natalie Bruzda/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Presenting the Lei of Aloha for Las Vegas
Volunteers presented a 2-mile-long lei at the Las Vegas sign, Mandalay Bay and Downtown’s Healing Garden on Oct. 14. The lei was made in Hawaii and shipped to Las Vegas and was organized by Maui restaurant-owner Ron Panzo. Panzo has organized several other lei-making projects, including one for victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting and the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. (Madelyn Reese/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, October 15th
Sunday's headlines: Woman takes first steps after being shot in Las Vegas shooting, Crosses for Las Vegas shooting victims will be put in museum, Vegas Golden Knights reveal Chance as team’s mascot (Rochelle Richards/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Country singer recounts saving lives at shooting
Bryan Hopkins, lead singer for the country band Elvis Monroe, survived the mass shooting on Oct. 1 and led people to safety that night. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Zappos offers to cover funeral costs of Las Vegas shooting victims
Online retailer Zappos will cover the funeral costs of any of the 58 families affected by the Las Vegas Strip shooting who approach the company. Zappos, based in downtown Las Vegas, also will match up to $1 million donated through crowdrise.com, according to a company statement. The company will cover all fees. As of Friday, the company had raised about $395,000. A casket alone can cost between $2,000 and $10,000, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Sheriff Lombardo says he stands by new timeline of Las Vegas shooting
At a news conference, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said MGM Resorts International had the correct timeline of events surrounding the Oct. 1 Strip attack. The sheriff said Monday that Stephen Paddock shot Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos at 9:59 p.m., about six minutes before the gunman turned his weapons on the Route 91 Harvest festival crowd. He previously reported Campos was shot after the attack on the concert crowd. Twice this week, MGM Resorts disputed Lombardo’s revised timeline. Before ending the news conference without taking questions from reporters, the agitated sheriff addressed criticism of his team’s investigation surfacing online. “In the public space, the word ‘incompetence’ has been brought forward,” he said. “And I am absolutely offended with that characterization.”
Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon to move start line after Las Vegas shooting
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon and surrounding events will take place as scheduled on the weekend of Nov. 12, but there will be changes to the course after the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip. “The marathon and half marathon start line and start-line festival concert location will change, but will still take place on the Las Vegas Strip,” organizer Dan Cruz said. The prerace concert was originally scheduled to take place at Las Vegas Village, the site of the shooting that left 58 dead and almost 500 injured, while the start line was located near Mandalay Bay.
Mandalay Bay worker directed police to Las Vegas shooter’s room
The maintenance worker caught in the initial hallway gunfire of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock said he shut off the elevators in Mandalay Bay and helped to direct police to Paddock’s room.
Covering the Cage Live: Johnny Nunez and UFC 216 Recap
Review-Journal reporter Adam Hill and videographer Heidi Fang welcome special guest Johnny Nunez for their weekly Facebook Live on the Covering the Cage Facebook page. They talk about Nunez's charity boxing event where all of the proceeds go to victims of the Las Vegas shooting and recap the main card fights from UFC 216. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas shooting victim sings "You should be here"
One week after the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, the Strip went dark for 11 minutes in honor of the victims. One of the victims, Brennan Stewart, recorded this song, "You Should Be Here," before he died. This song was shared by the family and with permission of the writers, Cole Swindell and Ashley Gorley.
Strip goes dark
At 10:05 p.m., the Las Vegas Strip went dark for 11 minutes in honor of the victims of the Las Vegas shooting on October 1.
Raiders
Nacion Vegas: Cowboys derrotan Raiders, 20-17
Derek Carr perdió el balón fuera de los límites cerca de la línea de una yarda de los Cowboys con 31 segundos por jugarse. Dallas recuperó la pelota para sellar la victoria.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Fall To Cowboys
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporters Michael Gehlken, Gilbert Manzano and Ed Graney recap Sunday night's Raiders 20-17 loss against the Cowboys.
Del Rio not happy with officiating in loss to Dallas
In the post game news conference following the Oakland Raiders 20-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, head coach Jack Del Rio said he wasn't happy with many of the calls made during the football game.
Carr: I was just trying to win for my teammates
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said he went for the end zone and was hoping to bring home the win for his teammates when he fumbled the football costing the team the win.
Crabtree was "pissed off" he wasn't on the field for the Raiders last play
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree told reporters after the team's 20-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys that he was "pissed off" that he was in concussion protocol during the team's final play.
Vegas Nation: Raiders lose to Cowboys
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond talks about the Raiders' 20-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017.
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Smooth sailing after last meeting
Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and Bill Bradley talk about the latest storylines about the Las Vegas Stadium, including the Community Benefits Plan and the UNLV Joint-Use Agreement.
Vegas Nation: Obi Melifonwu's season comes to an end
Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken gives an update on Obi Melifonwu, Gareon Conley, Amari Cooper.
Vegas Nation Red Zone: Raiders vs. Cowboys matchup
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and reporter Gilbert Manzano discuss the Raiders’ matchup on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.
Vegas Nation: Fadol Brown Might Leave The Raiders
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal Raiders beat writer Micheal Gehlken go over Fadol Brown potentially leaving the Raiders and Todd Downing on how the Raiders played against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Stadium Authority talks community benefits plan at meeting
Rick Velotta recaps the Stadium Authority meeting at UNLV, including the Land Dedication Agreement and a Non-Relocation Agreement.
Vegas Nation: Cory James Put On Injured Reserve
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over how Jack Del Rio and Derek Carr are taking the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, as well as the Raiders extensive list of injuries.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Feel Pressure After Loss To Chiefs Without Mention
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over how the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs is affecting the Raiders.
Vegas Nation: Raiders fall flat against Chiefs
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond, columnist Ron Kantowski and reporters Michael Gehlken and Gilbert Manzano talk about the Raiders' disappointing effort against the Chiefs as well as what the loss means for the team's playoff hopes for the rest of the season.
Nacion Vegas: Las esperanzas de los Raiders en los playoffs cuelga de un hilo
Los Raiders pusieron un huevo. Fue ese tipo de día para el Plata y el Negro. Las esperanzas de los Raiders en los playoffs cuelga de un hilo después de perder ante los Chiefs 26-15 el domingo.
Vegas Nation: Amari Cooper Returns To Practice
Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken talks about Amari Cooper returning to practice Friday and how Jon Feliciano missing Sunday's game effects the team.
Vegas Nation Red Zone: Raiders and Chiefs battle for 1st Place in AFC West
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and reporter Gilbert Manzano discuss the Raiders’ matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs, Chargers and Raiders are tied for first place in the AFC West.
Vegas Nation: Raiders defense focused on Tyreek Hill
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken talk about the Raiders defensive focus as well as an update on Amari Cooper's health heading into this weekend's game.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Have 10-man Injury Report
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal Raiders beat reporter Michael Gehlken go over the Raiders injury report and Chiefs' Quarterback Marcus Peters suspension for throwing a referee's flag.
Vegas Nation: Raiders face division rival Chiefs on Sunday
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss the Raiders matchup on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Del Rio on why Marshawn Lynch has an extra "pep in his step"
Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio explains why he thinks running back Marshawn Lynch is playing on another level right now.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Beat The Giants
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond, Review-Journal Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken, Gilbert Manzano and Ed Graney recap tonights game against the New York Giants. The Raiders now have a chance at the playoffs and are tied for first place in the AFC west division.
Nación Vegas: Raiders derrotaron a los Giants 24-17
No fue lindo, pero los Raiders se hicieron cargo el domingo para mantener vivas sus esperanzas de llegar a los playoffs. Los Raiders derrotaron a los Giants por 24-17 en casa, y ahora están empatados con los Chiefs y Chargers por el primer lugar en la división Oeste de la AFC.
Vegas Nation: Jackson receives fine, Cooper ruled out
Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken talks about Gabe Jackson's fine as well as the injury statuses of David Amerson and Amari Cooper.
Vegas Nation Red Zone: Raiders or Giants?
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and reporter Gilbert Manzano make their picks for Sunday's Raiders vs. Giants game.
Vegas Nation: Raiders participate in My Cause, My Cleats
Review-Journal Vegas Nation Bryan Salmond and reporter Michael Gehlken talk about how John Pagano is preparing for the Giants quarterback and the Raiders participating in My Cause, My Cleats this Sunday.
Vegas Nation: VSIN's Brent Musburger on soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond talks to Vegas Sports Information Network host Brent Musburger about the Raiders’ impending move to Las Vegas, how the sports betting aspect could impact the team and what fans should expect going forward.
How the Raiders plan to balance their fan base in Oakland and Las Vegas
At the Oakland Raiders groundbreaking ceremony in Las Vegas the team president and owner discussed how they will balance their fan base until they move and how they're planning to deal with any issues they could encounter with the stadium construction.
Raiders remember Las Vegas shooting victims at groundbreaking
During the Oakland Raiders groundbreaking ceremony in Las Vegas, Raiders owner Mark Davis spoke about how important it was to pay tribute to Las Vegas shooting victims at the event.
Raiders break ground on Las Vegas stadium site
The Raiders hosted a ground breaking ceremony at the Las Vegas stadium site near the Strip. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Vegas Nation: Nacion Vegas: The Raiders lose 16-10 against the Broncos
Era una noche fea para los Raiders quien perdió el juego 16-10 en contra los Denver Broncos.
Nashville paints a picture for what Las Vegas could experience as a pro sports town
Floyd Reese, the general manager of the Tennessee Titans when they embarked on their move from Houston to Nashville, and the president of the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp., Butch Spyridon, discuss how the city of Nashville transformed into a professional sports town.
Raiders fans in Nashville weigh in on the team's move
Ahead of the first Oakland Raiders game of the season in Nashville, Tenn., fans of the team from near and far gave their opinions on the Raiders' move to Las Vegas and whether or not they'd continue to support them.
Raiders reportedly negotiating to play in Oakland through 2020 season
The Raiders are reportedly negotiating to play in Oakland through the 2020 season. The Raiders currently have an agreement to play at the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum through 2018. SFGate reports that Raiders President Marc Badain has been discussing extending the team’s lease with the coliseum authority. That doesn’t worry Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak. He thinks they're just trying to be cautious. Contractors say they are confident they can finish a new Las Vegas stadium in 31 months. Sisolak says the project is still on target to be complete by 2020.
Golden Knights
Golden Edge: Coach Gerard Gallant on Knights' 5-2 win over Panthers
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant speaks after the Golden Knights 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017.
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Defeat the Panthers 5-2
Golden Edge video host Bryan Salmond, reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp talk about the Golden Knights' 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers.
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith on the third period in 5-2 win over Panthers
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith talks about the third-period domination on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017 against Florida. The Knights beat the Panthers 5-2. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jonathan Marchessault on winning for Knights coach Gerard Gallant
Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault talks about winning Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017, for coach Gerard Gallant. The Knights beat the Panthers 5-2. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights forward Erik Haula on 5-2 win over Florida
Golden Knights forward Erik Haula talks about the team's 5-2 win over Florida on Sunday Dec 17, 2017. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Defeat the Panthers 5-2
Golden Edge video host Bryan Salmond talks about the Golden Knights' 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers.
Gerard Gallant holds no grudges against his former team
Golden Knights head coach and ex-Florida Panthers coach Gerard Gallant is happy working for the Knights. The Golden Knights face the Panthers on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Marchessault's thoughts when Gallant was fired at Florida last season
Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault talks about how he felt when head coach Gerard Gallant was fired while he was at Florida last season. The player and coach have been reunited with the Golden Knights and face the Panthers on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Fleury Plays Against Former Team
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp recap tonight's Golden Knights game against the Pittsburg Penguins.
Fleury says playing against his former team was "different" than expected
Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury says playing against his former team, the Pittsburgh Penguins was a different experience than he anticipated.
Golden Edge Look Ahead: Pittsburg Penguins
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp look ahead to the Golden Knights game against the Pittsburg Penguins.
Golden Edge: Deryk Engelland Sit Down
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond sits down with Golden Knights' defensemen Deryk Engelland to talk about the fans and when he used to play for the Las Vegas Wranglers.
Marc-Andre Fleury talks about return from injury, playing Pittsburgh
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks about what he expects when he plays against his former team as well as how he feels returning from a long injury layoff.
Golden Edge: Knights Lose In Overtime To Hurricanes
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp go over the Golden Knights loss to the Carolina Hurricanes.
Engelland: The lack of intensity cost the Golden Knights
Golden Knights Deryk Engelland says that the team's lack of intensity coming out of the gate against the Carolina Hurricanes cost them.
Gallant on the Golden Knight loss to the Hurricanes
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant discusses the team's loss to the Carolina Hurricanes which snapped a 4 game win streak.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on injured forward Will Carrier
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks to the media on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, on injured forward William Carrier. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the upcoming 5-game homestand
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks to the media on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, about the importance of the upcoming five-game homestand that starts Tuesday vs. Carolina. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury on his concussion
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks to the media on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, about why he stayed in the game Oct. 13 and about his concussion symptoms after second-period collision. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury on his return
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks to the media Monday, Dec. 11, about how hard it was to be away from his teammates while he was injured. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights marketing VP says team has big plans to grow the game
Golden Knights marketing VP Kim Frank said the initiatives already launched by the team have been well-received. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Local youth hockey coach impressed with Golden Knights’ commitment
Local youth hockey coach Jeff Bruckner is impressed with the Golden Knights' commitment to growing the game. Bruckner says the Golden Knights wants more kids to play. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Murray Craven confident youth hockey will grow in Southern Nevada
The Golden Knights senior VP Murray Craven says patience is the key to long-term success. Craven says he is confident that youth hockey will grow in Southern Nevada. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Knights Sweep Two-Game Road Trip
Review-Journal reporter David Schoen recaps tonight's Golden Knights game against the Dallas Stars.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on Saturday's win over Dallas
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the team's win over Dallas on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights' Gerard Gallant on sitting Shea Theodore at Dallas
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on Shea Theodore, who was scratched Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017, against Dallas. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on Friday's 4-3 shootout win at Nashville
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on Friday's 4-3 shootout win at Nashville. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith on Malcolm Subban
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith on Malcolm Subban's performance Friday at Nashville. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith on his shootout goal
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith on his shootout goal Friday at Nashville. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Knights Win In Overtime Against Predators
Review-Journal reporter David Schoen recaps the Golden Knights game against the Nashville Predators.
By the numbers: Expectations, challenges for Las Vegas’ WNBA team
The newly relocated Las Vegas WNBA franchise will begin play in the 2018 season. New owners MGM Resorts will integrate a professional franchise into Las Vegas’ busy sports landscape that’s shared with the 51s, Lights FC, Golden Knights and Raiders. Here are some of the expectations and challenges the team will have. 1. Ticket prices: The key to any sports franchise is selling season tickets and group outings. For Las Vegas’ team, that starts with locals. "(You don’t) just open the doors and tell everybody you’ve got a game and stand there waiting to sell tickets," 51s president Don Logan said. "You’ve got to get out, you’ve got to get out into the community and you’ve got to do everything we do. There’s no easy way." Last year, San Antonio charged $12 to $165 for single-game tickets for 17 home games. 2. Creating an identity: Coach Bill Laimbeer inherits a team from San Antonio that hasn’t made the playoffs or had a winning season since 2012. Las Vegas' team is also a franchise that lost its first 14 games last season before finishing a league-worst 8-26. 3. Patience will be required: Will they have to fill all 12,000 seats at Mandalay Bay for the season to be deemed successful? "They have to be realistic," Connecticut Sun CEO Mitchell Etess said. "If they could get 5,000 bodies into every single game, that would be pretty good for the first year."
VGK University: Introduction to hockey, and much more
Vegas Golden Knights officials Misha Donskov and Murray Craven chat about VGK University, a five-course instructional for hockey fans, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Dec. 3, 2017. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review Journal)
Nate Quote
Golden Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt is leading the team in time on ice. He talks about the adjustment to the style of play in the Pacific Division, as well as his pregame "Magic trick" ritual. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights goaltender Maxime Lagace on starting in goal
Golden Knights goaltender Maxime Lagace talks about his journey to becoming the starting goaltender Saturday, Nov. 12, 2017 at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt
Golden Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt talks about goaltender Maxime Lagace at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights forward William Karlsson
Golden Knights forward William Karlsson on the team's blue-collar mentality. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks about his team's accountability in the locker room. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights players stand ready to help Las Vegas heal following Sunday's mass shootings
Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Jon Merrill discusses what it means to him and the team to offer help to the community following the mass shooting that took place on Sunday.
Covering The Cage
Covering the Cage: Julian Marquez interview
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang talk about all things going on in the world of MMA and talk to Julian Marquez about his upcoming fight in Winnipeg.
Covering The Cage Live: UFC 218 Recap, TUF 26
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap The Ultimate Fighter 26 and UFC 218.
Covering The Cage: TUF 26 Recap, UFC 218 Preview
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap The Ultimate Fighter and preview UFC 218.
Covering the Cage: UFC 218, TUF 26 Finale preview
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang make their picks for the "The Ultimate Fighter" Season 26 Finale and UFC 218. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering the Cage: Kyra Batara interview
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang talk to Combate Americas Womens Atomweight Kyra Batara about her upcoming fight in San Antonio as well as Conor McGregor's potential incident at a bar and UFC 218.
Covering the Cage Live: Conor McGregor Apologizes
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang discuss Conor McGregor apologizing on Instagram for jumping in the cage, shoving a referee at Bellator 187, recap of Anthony Pettis vs. Dustin Poirier, preview Fabricio Werdum vs. Marcin Tybura as well as Michael Bisping stepping up on less than 30 days notice to fight Kelvin Gastelum in China.
Roxanne Modafferi previews her fight with Emily Whitmire on TUF 26
The Ultimate Fighter 26 features a Las Vegas showdown between Syndicate MMA's Roxanne Modafferi and Xtreme Couture's Emily Whitmire. Modafferi previews the fight with CoveringtheCage.com.
Covering The Cage: UFC 217 Recap
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap tonight's UFC 217 main card title fights between T.J. Dillashaw and Cody Garbrandt, Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Rose Namajunas, and the return of Georges St-Pierre.
Covering The Cage Live With Emily Whitmire
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang are joined by special guest Emily Whitmire where they talk about the Ultimate Fighter and recap UFC Fight Night 118.
Covering the Cage Live: UFC Fight Night 118 Preview
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang go over the main card fights for UFC Fight Night 118 and Mark Hunt being removed from UFC Fight Night 121.
Covering The Cage: UFC 216 Recap
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap the main card fights from UFC 216 including Walt Harris replacing Derrick Lewis, Johnson winning his title fight and Ferguson becoming interim lightweight champion.
Covering the Cage: UFC 216 Press Conference Wrap Up
Covering the Cage hosts Heidi Fang and Adam Hill discuss UFC 216 fights between Ferguson vs. Lee, Johnson vs. Borg and Werdum vs. Lewis. For more information go to CoveringTheCage.com
Covering the Cage Live: Luke Rockhold's return, Fight Night 117 Preview and Rousey's Potential Return
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang go over what to expect at UFC Fight Night 117, Luke Rockhold return to UFC and who Ronda Rousey could fight if she decided to step back into the octagon.
Nevada Preps
Nevada Preps: High school basketball weekly preview: Dec. 11, 2017
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Nevada Preps: Gorman wins ninth straight state title
Review-Journal reporter Justin Emerson recaps Bishop Gorman's 48-7 win over Reed Saturday, Dec. 2, from Reno, Nevada. It was the Gales' ninth consecutive state title.
Nevada Preps Preview: 4A state title preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview the 4A state title game between Bishop Gorman and Reed.
Mojave and Desert Pines Highlights
Desert Pines won their second consecutive Class 3A championship on Saturday, taking down Mojave, 54-24.
Nevada Preps Preview: Week 14
Zac Pacleb and Ben Gotz preview the 3A state championship between Mojave and Desert Pines as well as the 4A state semifinal between Bishop Gorman and Liberty.
Nevada Preps: Bishop Gorman wins Sunset Region title
Zac Pacleb talks about Bishop Gorman's Sunset Region title game win over Arbor View and whether region titles hold any weight for the Gales.
Nevada Preps Preview: Week 13
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview the third week of high school football playoffs.
Nevada Preps Live: Week 12
Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson recap tonights high school football playoff games.
Arbor View runs past Legacy
Behind a strong performance from its offensive line, Arbor View ran past Legacy and into the region title game.
Mojave Beats Virgin Valley 46-20
Justin Emerson recaps tonight's playoff game where Mojave beat Virgin Valley in Mesquite.
Desert Pines Demolishes Sunrise Mountain in Playoffs
Sam Gordon recaps the highlights from Thursday night's game between Desert Pines and Sunrise Mountain.
Nevada Preps Preview: Week 12
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview matchups to watch during Week 2 of high school football playoffs. The six matchups are between Sunrise Mountain at Desert Pines, Virgin Valley at Mojave, Faith Lutheran at Bishop Gorman, Legacy at Arbor View, Foothill at Liberty and Green Valley at Canyon Springs.
Nevada Preps Live: Week 1 Playoffs
Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson recap the first week of playoffs for high school football.
Nevada Preps: Faith Lutheran blows out Durango, 42-6
Review-Journal videographer Zac Pacleb recaps Faith Lutheran's win over Durango in the first round of the playoffs on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017.
Nevada Preps Preview: Week 11
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview the key matchups to watch during Week 1 of high school football playoffs including a matchup between Canyon Springs and Basic. The two teams played earlier in the season and it ended in a fight that had to be broken up by school police with pepper spray.
Tech soccer coach Josh Jones compares this year's team to last year's
Tech soccer coach Josh Jones talks about the differences between this year's team
Nevada Preps Live: Week 10 Recap
Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson go over which teams made the playoffs including Bishop Gorman and Legacy.
Nevada Preps: Sierra Vista at Bishop Gorman
Review-Journal reporter Sam Gordon recaps the high school football game between Bishop Gorman and Sierra Vista on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
Nevada Preps: Legacy Beats Shadow Ridge
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz recaps tonight's Legacy at Shadow Ridge football game where Legacy landed a spot in the playoffs.
Nevada Preps: Las Vegas beats Valley, locks up No. 2 seed
Review-Journal videographer Zac Pacleb recaps Las Vegas' win over Valley in its regular season finale on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
Brothers Donovan and Liam Jones talk running cross country against each other
Liam, a senior, attends Clark High School and sophomore Donovan runs for Valley, and both will be looking to qualify for the same state meet at their respective region races Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, at Veterans Memorial Park. (Justin Emerson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Green Valley looks for home playoff game
Green Valley players and coaches discuss their matchup Thursday night with Foothill at Green Valley High School on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Palo Verde earns Team of the Week honors
Ben Gotz talks to Palo Verde after its big win against Shadow Ridge to put the Panthers in playoff position.
Nevada Preps Preview Week 10
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson bring you the high school football games to watch before the playoffs begin.
Nevada Preps Week 8 Wrap Up
Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson recap another week of high school football in southern Nevada.
Nevada Preps: Legacy Dominates Cimarron
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz recaps the Legacy and Cimarron game on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, where the Longhorns dominated the Spartans. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Sunrise Mountain at Desert Pines highlights
Highlights from Sunrise Mountain at Desert Pines game on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Las Vegas, Elijah Hicks blowout Rancho in 61st Bone Game
Review-Journal videographer Zac Pacleb recaps Las Vegas' win over Rancho in the annual Bone Game. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps Week 9 Preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson go over the high school football games to watch for week 9 including the bone game between Rancho and Las Vegas and key games before the playoffs begin.
Sydney Smith rebounds to win Class 4A girls state golf title
Faith Lutheran senior Sydney Smith entered the day 8 strokes behind the leader, but shot a seven-under-par 65 to win the state title. (Justin Emerson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sierra Vista earns Team of the Week honors
Ben Gotz talks to Sierra Vista following its big win over Durango.
Nevada Preps: Week 8 football recap
Elaine Wilson and Ben Gotz bring you the highlights from Friday night's high school football games including the Henderson Bowl and the upsets that occurred.
Nevada Preps: Legacy at Arbor View highlights
Review-Journal reporter Sam Gordon recaps tonight's Legacy at Arbor View football game. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Durango looks to clinch playoff berth
Durango players and head coach discuss their matchup Friday against Sierra Vista at Durango High School on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Liberty breaks Foothill's undefeated streak with 43-9 win
After a slow start by the Patriots, they had a dominant second half with a big 43-9 win over the Falcons. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada Preps: Son of fallen Las Vegas officer rallies for football game
Ayzayah Hartfield, son of Las Vegas police officer Charleston Hartfield who was killed in the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday, rallied for an away game at Basic High School in Henderson Saturday, Oct. 6, 2017. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Liberty's Kenyon Oblad sets state passing record in win over Green Valley
Oblad was the star of the show in a 49-14 win over the Gators Thursday night. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Shadow Ridge at Cimarron-Memorial highlights
Highlights from the Shadow Ridge at Cimarron-Memorial football game Thursday night. Shadow Ridge won with a score of 59-20. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Kenyon Oblad nears state passing record
Liberty coach Rich Muraco and quarterback Kenyon Oblad discuss Oblad's career as he nears the state record for passing yards at Liberty High School on Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Clark football looks for third straight win
Clark players and coaches discuss their matchup Saturday with Sierra Vista at Clark High School on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, September 19th
Tuesday's headlines: Pepper-spray use at football game prompts investigations, cable confusion leaves Golden Knights fans in the dark, bettor wins $250K on 5-team parlay. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Betting
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football Bowl Edition
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Las Vegas Wynn Sports Book Director Johnny Avello go over their picks for the college bowl games.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 15
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Las Vegas Wynn Sports Book Director Johnny Avello go over their picks for week 15 of NFL football.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 14
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and TI sports book director Tony Nevill preview NFL Week 14.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 13
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and The Mirage sports book director Jeff Stoneback preview Week 13 of the NFL regular season. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: College football Week 14
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and The Mirage sports book director Jeff Stoneback preview Week 14 of the college football season. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Week 13
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Matt Holt give their picks for week 13 of college football.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 12
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Matt Holt give their picks for week 12 of NFL football.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College football Week 12
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Bob Scucci go over their picks for college football week 12.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 11
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Bob Scucci go over their picks for NFL football week 11.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 10
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Technology Sports Book Vice President Matt Holt preview Week 10 of the NFL.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football Week 11
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Technology Sports Book Vice President Matt Holt preview Week 11 of the college football season.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football Week 10
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and Boyd Gaming Sports Book Director Bob Scucci preview Week 10 of the college football season.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 9
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and Boyd Gaming Sports Book Director Bob Scucci preview Week 9 of the NFL season.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 8
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and The Mirage sports book director Jeff Stoneback preview Week 8 of the NFL season.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 7
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Alan Berg go over their picks for NFL week 7.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 6
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart, and Boyd Gaming sports book director Bob Scucci make their picks for NFL Week 6. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: College football Week 7
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart, and Boyd Gaming sports book director Bob Scucci maker their picks for Week 7 of college football. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 5
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart, and CG Technology Sports Book Vice President Matt Holt go over their picks for week five of college football.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football Week 6
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart, and CG Technology Sports Book Vice President Matt Holt go over their picks for week six of college football.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Week 5
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart (@kellyinvegas) and Wynn Sports Book Director John Avello go over their picks for week five of college football and their best bets.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 4
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart (@kellyinvegas) and Wynn Sports Book Director John Avello go over their picks for week four of the NFL and their best bets.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 3
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart (@kellyinvegas) and Caesars Oddsmaker Alan Berg go over their picks for week three of NFL football and their best bets.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football Week 4
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart (@kellyinvegas) and Caesars Oddsmaker Alan Berg go over their picks for week three of college football and their best bets.
Premier Vegas Sports
Locals in Las Vegas Bowl talk about being back
Oregon offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby and Boise State offensive lineman John Molchon, both in town to compete in the Las Vegas Bowl, talk about returning to the city after the Oct. 1 shooting. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Rebels learn from past losses, beat Illinois
Ed Graney and Mark Anderson talk about UNLV's win over Illinois, including whether or not the Rebels' non-conference schedule is strong enough to make an NCAA Tournament bid.
RJ's Anderson recaps UNLV's victory over Oral Roberts
Review-Journal reporter Mark Anderson recaps UNLV's victory over Oral Roberts. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Menzies recaps UNLV victory
UNLV basketball coach Marvin Menzies recaps Tuesday's victory over Oral Roberts. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV falls to Arizona in overtime
Review-Journal reporter Mark Anderson recaps UNLV's loss to Arizona in overtime, including a stellar display from UNLV's Brandon McCoy and Arizona's Deandre Ayton.
Marvin Menzies talks about UNLV's win over Southern Utah
Soundbites from Marvin Menzies presser following UNLV's win over Southern Utah.
UNLV takes care of business against Southern Utah
Adam Hill breaks down a competitive UNLV win over Southern Utah inside the Thomas & Mack center.
UNLV highlights vs. Southern Utah
Highlights of UNLV's 101-82 win over Southern Utah.
Sanchez talks about UNLV's loss to BYU
UNLV football head coach Tony Sanchez talks after his team's 10-point loss to BYU.
UNLV struggles against the run, falls to BYU
Mark Anderson and Ed Graney discuss UNLV's loss to BYU, including Johnny Stanton's struggles and the defense's inability to stop BYU's ground attack.
UNLV vs. BYU highlights
Highlights from UNLV's 31-21 loss to BYU.
Tony Sanchez talks about loss to Utah State
UNLV head coach Tony Sanchez talks about Armani Rogers' injury, his team's struggles on defense against Utah State on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, and what UNLV has to do for the rest of the season.
UNLV stumbles against Utah State after Armani Rogers leaves game with injury
Review-Journal reporters Mark Anderson and Ed Graney talk about UNLV's homecoming loss to Utah State on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, including UNLV's struggles on defense and what the Rebels will have to do in case Armani Roger's injury lingers.
Utah State tops UNLV on homecoming
Complete highlights of UNLV's 52-28 loss to Utah State at Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.
Brandon McCoy ready to get the season started
UNLV freshman big man Brandon McCoy talks about his excitement for the upcoming season as well as his performance in UNLV's dunk contest.
Robert Smith talks about UNLV's upcoming season
Former UNLV Runnin' Rebel Robert Smith talks about the Scarlet & Gray showcase dunk contest as well as what he expects from UNLV this season.
Scarlet & Gray Showcase
Fans were introduced to the UNLV men’s and women’s basketball team at the Scarlet & Gray showcase at the Thomas & Mack Center. Players participated in intrasquad scrimmages, skill contests, met fans and signed autographs. The Lady Rebels start their season November 10 vs. Portland State, and the Runnin’ Rebels kick off their 2017-18 campaign November 11 vs. Florida A&M
UNLV vs. San Diego State highlights
Highlights from UNLV's loss to San Diego State.
Premier Vegas Sports: UNLV Beats San Jose State
Mark Anderson brings you some of the highlights from tonights Unlv football game where they stepped their game up against San Jose State.
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez on Ohio State loss
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about the team's loss at Ohio State on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV football players on loss at Ohio State
UNLV football players Javin White and Armani Rogers talk about loss at Ohio State on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
RJ's Ed Graney and Mark Anderson discuss UNLV loss to Ohio State
Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters Ed Graney and Mark Anderson talk about UNLV's loss at Ohio State. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
News
Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, December 17th
Sunday's headlines: Kihuen, accused of sexual harassment, says he won’t seek re-election, Golden Knights, Animal Foundation teaming up for Pomeranian adoptions, Nevada governor Brian Sandoval, wife separating after 27 years
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, December 16th
Saturday's headlines: CSN professor charged with lewdness, Jury begins deliberations in Las Vegas underage sex trial, SpeedVegas driving attraction files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Estimated timeline for distribution of donated money to Las Vegas shooting victims
Jan. 2, 2018 – Jan. 31.: Claim forms to be completed and submitted to the fund administrators along with required documentation. Feb. 1 – Feb. 26, 2018: All telephonic meetings requested with the fund administrators completed. March 1, 2018: All claims to be reviewed by the fund administrators and recommendations for payments to eligible claimants submitted to the LVVF committee. March 5, 2018: Distribution of payments to approved eligible claimants begins on a rolling basis.
Las Vegas morning update for Friday, December 15th
Friday's headlines: Pedestrian killed in crash on I-15 near Las Vegas Strip; lanes blocked, CCSD board OKs budget after months of dealing with $60M deficit, Steve Wynn ‘warehousing’ former Alon site in $336M purchase
Judge raises prospect of a mistrial in the Bunkerville standoff case
Cliven Bundy’s attorney Bret Whipple talks about the prospect of a mistrial for four main defendants, including lifelong rancher Bundy, in the Bunkerville standoff case. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Officer-Involved Shooting in Las Vegas
Captain Robert Plummer describes the circumstances around an officer-involved shooting outside a gas station in Las Vegas on Dec.09, 2017. (Todd Prince/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, December 10th
Sunday's headlines: Las Vegas police shoot robbery suspect in central valley, Cole Swindell honors Las Vegas shooting victim Brennan Stewart, Mandalay Bay struggles to find footing after Las Vegas shooting
'SLS Las Vegas on ‘verge of bankruptcy,’ investors allege
The SLS Las Vegas hasn’t turned a profit since opening in 2014 and is on the ‘verge of bankruptcy,’ according to a lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles County by 60 Chinese nationals who lent money to the project in exchange for citizenship. The investors lent roughly $400 million and each investor paid $45,000 in administration fees. The plaintiffs are seeking $255 million in damages plus attorney fees and other costs. The plaintiff’s investment is at risk of being completely wiped out and some plaintiffs will not be able to get their permanent green cards.
McCaw STEAM Academy's pre-kindergarten program
Teacher Katelyn Ferman speaks about the pre-kindergarten program at McCaw STEAM Academy school. Video by Bizuayehu Tesfaye/ Las Vegas Review-Journal
Safe Nest opens new center to deal with domestic violence
The new Safe Nest office and treatment center for those affected by domestic violence opened its doors on Dec. 7 at 3900 Meadows Lane. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Thursday, December 7
Thursday's headlines: Suspect accused of trailing victim before fatal shooting in Las Vegas, $4.25M sale opens door to development of Las Vegas’ Symphony Park, Suspect arrested after deadly shooting on Fremont Street in Las Vegas
Love Store opening next to Las Vegas shooting healing garden
The Love Store will open a new location this week next to the downtown Community Healing Garden, which was created in the four days that followed the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting. The store, located near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Third Street, will employ 30 people, owner Edward Wheeler said. This is the fifth Love Store, with three around the valley and one in Victorville, California. Officials approved the architectural plans for the store in July, according to city records. Love Store received a certificate of occupancy on Oct. 11. Some who work in the arts district disagree with having a store that sells sex-related items next to a memorial for shooting victims. Las Vegas Valley artist Nancy Good, who has held exhibits in the arts district, said the combination will turn into a punchline.
Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, December 6th
Wednesday's headlines: 1 person critical, 3 injured in central valley crash, tally of available Las Vegas homes continues to fall, cowboy attending NFR gets military surprise from stepson. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
RTC celebrated the agency's 25th anniversary
The RTC distributed prizes at several bus stops to mark the agency’s 25th anniversary. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, December 3
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, December 2
Saturday's headlines: ‘Good Samaritan’ killed chasing robber in Las Vegas, Manager of Summerlin storage facility allegedly shoots man at facility, Las Vegas shows its strength in shooting benefit concert
Christmas tree lighting at McCarran airport in Las Vegas
McCarran airport officials in Las Vegas illuminate Terminal 3 with a 15-foot-tall Christmas tree complete with holiday embellishments during the airport’s annual Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, November 29th
Wednesday's headlines: 1 dead after being shot on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, Las Vegas police investigate armed robbery at Bellagio, Las Vegas shooting survivors ask, ‘What about us?’
Time-lapse of Moulin Rouge demolition
Iconic remnants of the historic Moulin Rouge along Bonanza Road are demolished on Monday, November 27, 2017. Video by Michael Quine
Pedestrians complain about strong wind In Las Vegas
Heavy wind created a havoc in Las Vegas (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, November 26th
Sunday's headlines: ‘Campus’ for homeless in Las Vegas on track to open in March, Construction project begins Monday at Lake Mead campground, After Las Vegas shooting, 87 children cope with loss of parent
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, November 25th
Saturday's Headlines: Ethics panel suspends Clark County Family Court judge, 8-year-old boy hit by car in Henderson, Ohio woman shot and killed while cooking Thanksgiving dinner
Las Vegas shooting victims: by the numbers
Victims of the Las Vegas shooting: by the numbers 67: The age of the oldest victim, a grandmother of nine 33: Victims from California 33: Victims who were parents 16: Victims in their 20s 7: Victims who lived in Nevada 6: Victims who had jobs working with children 5: Victims who were college students 4: Victims from Canada 4: Victims who worked in law enforcement 2: Victims who were retired 58: Lives taken too soon
After Las Vegas shooting, 87 children cope with loss of parent
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, 87 children are coping with the loss of a parent. Of the 58 people killed at the Route 91 Harvest festival, 33 were parents. The youngest child to lose a parent was just six weeks old when his mom, Rocio Guillen-Rocha, was killed. Losing a parent in such a public and traumatic way can send a child into a tailspin, UNLV clinical psychologist Michelle Paul says.
After Las Vegas shooting, 87 children cope with loss of parent
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, 87 children are coping with the loss of a parent. Of the 58 people killed at the Route 91 Harvest festival, 33 were parents. The youngest child to lose a parent was just six weeks old when his mom, Rocio Guillen-Rocha, was killed. Losing a parent in such a public and traumatic way can send a child into a tailspin, UNLV clinical psychologist Michelle Paul says.
Las Vegas morning update for Friday, November 24th
Friday's headlines: Sheriff says more than 1,100 rounds fired in Las Vegas shooting, 60-year-old dies after being hit by car on Las Vegas Strip, Shoppers crowd Las Vegas stores for Black Friday deals
Man accused of stabbing daughter to death, attempting to kill son, wife, and self
Marcus Maddox, 30, is accused of fatally stabbing his 12-year-old daughter and leaving his 15-year-old son for dead. Authorities say he then drove across the valley and attempted to kill his wife and himself. An officer climbed through a window and found Tishia Maddox face down on a bed at Siegel Suites on East Craig Road. She had a severe wound to her forehead. When police arrived, they found Marcus Maddox with a gunshot wound to his head. Officials found the couple’s children in a Budget Suites room more than 17 hours later. Marcus and Tishia Maddox and their son remain in critical condition at University Medical Center.
Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, November 22nd
Wednesday's headlines: Las Vegas police open internal probe after children left for dead for hours, Extending monorail from MGM Grand to Mandalay Bay gets county OK, Las Vegas man fatally stabbed trying to stop girlfriend’s suicide
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, November 21st
Tuesday's headlines: man punches other man for alleged groping on the Strip, father facing charges after stabbing kills child, injures teen. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Combs brothers take on feeding casino leftovers to pigs
“I grew up in recycling living on R.C. Farms. That’s all we did was recycle. It’s just in our blood, it’s a way of life and we have this opportunity to grow it and modernize it a bit,” James Combs said. Read more at reviewjournal.com (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Politics
NV Attorney General Adam Laxalt announces run for governor
Adam Laxalt officially announced his bid for governor for the 2018 election. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vice President Mike Pence visits Las Vegas after mass shooting
Vice President Mike Pence visits Las Vegas City Hall after the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Briana Erickson/ Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas Judge Resigns After 25 Years
Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Deborah Lippis resigned last week. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Trump’s criticisms incite more player protests at NFL games
President Donald Trump’s criticism of players who protest during the national anthem incited a mass increase in such activism Sunday. More than 100 NFL players were seen sitting or kneeling during the anthem. Other players raised their fists and whole teams stood with locked arms to display unity. (Las Vegas Review-Journal
Business
Developer Chris Beavor holds a ceremonial groundbreaking for a mixed-use project
Developer Chris Beavor holds a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony for a mixed-use project next to Palms at 3883 Flamingo Road in Las Vegas. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
'SLS Las Vegas on ‘verge of bankruptcy,’ investors allege
The SLS Las Vegas hasn’t turned a profit since opening in 2014 and is on the ‘verge of bankruptcy,’ according to a lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles County by 60 Chinese nationals who lent money to the project in exchange for citizenship. The investors lent roughly $400 million and each investor paid $45,000 in administration fees. The plaintiffs are seeking $255 million in damages plus attorney fees and other costs. The plaintiff’s investment is at risk of being completely wiped out and some plaintiffs will not be able to get their permanent green cards.
Gary Banner of Tru Development Co
Analyst talks about Las Vegas apartment market. (Eli Segall/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Silverton Turns 20
The Silverton casino concept turns 20 this year and has gone through multiple renovations to become the attraction it is today. (Madelyn Reese/View)
Las Vegas locals, tourists lose sleep to grab new iPhone X
Shoppers surged into Apple Inc. stores across Las Vegas on Friday to buy the new iPhone X. Nikki Raz/ Las Vegas Review-Journal
Coworking space for women set to open Wednesday in Las Vegas
Chelli Wolford and Ginger Melien, co-founders of Bloom, are opening a coworking space for women in Las Vegas, Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017. Bloom is set to officially open Wednesday. (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @jajuarezphoto
Las Vegas' Historic Westside's Annie's Kitchen
Owner of Annie's Kitchen Bill Thompson outside of his restaurant located at 1212 D Street, Las Vegas, Oct. 2, 2017.Thompson has run the restaurant with his wife, Annie, in the historic Westside for 13 years. Elizabeth Brumley Las Vegas Review-Journal @EliPagePhoto
$80M naming rights deal for new Las Vegas 51s stadium proposed
The LVCVA will consider an $80 million naming rights deal for the “Las Vegas Ballpark." The "Ballpark" is a proposed Triple A baseball stadium in Summerlin.
Can esports pick up the slack in declining slot revenue in Nevada casinos?
The average slot player is aging out, said Blaine Graboyes, who presented on a panel Thursday called “Why Esports Matters to Casinos Now and in the Future.” Data from the Nevada Gaming Control Board and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority shows average slot revenue per room per day has generally declined since 2008, while average food and beverage revenue per room per day has climbed. Graboyes, CEO and co-founder of GameCo, said the average Strip property in Las Vegas has reduced their slot footprint by 450 units over the last decade. “That’s created an increase in win per unit, but you’re essentially just talking about the same money on fewer machines, not new customers and incremental revenue,” he said. “The real key now for casinos…is bringing in new kinds of games that bring in net new casino gamers.” Read more at reviewjournal.com (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
R&R Partners and Las Vegas: a marriage
R&R Partners has been the communications agency for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority for more than 35 years The first "What happens here, stays here" ad ran in 2003. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Business Insights: IGT Gaming
IGT executive Phil O'Shaughnessy talks to Las Vegas Business Press reporter Buck Wargo about we can expect to see at G2E this week.
Las Vegas new-home sales
Las Vegas’ growth of new-home sales might slow in coming months, a new report says. But 2017 should still be seen as a “very good year." Home Builders Research says almost 5,800 new homes were sold in Clark County this year through August. That's up 19 percent from the same period last year. The report says 2017 should be “remembered as a possible turning point” for the market. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Canter's opens Las Vegas deli Thursday
A Las Vegas restaurant sharing the name of a 90-year-old Jewish deli opens this week. The new Canter's Deli at Tivoli Village can produce 3,000 bagels a day. The menu includes pastrami, corned beef, a take on Canadian poutine and kosher soda. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Who's who in the GOED shakeup
A look at who's who in the GOED. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Utah firm buys Las Vegas apartment complexes
A Salt Lake City firm has bought several Las Vegas apartment complexes. All told, Bridge Investment Group acquired eight complexes. The sale is valued at nearly $130 million deal. The information came from Charlotte Morse, director of investor relations and marketing for Bridge. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Switch files for an IPO
Stats on Las Vegas-based data company Switch (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Albertsons grocery chain buys Plated meal delivery service
The purchase will eventually put Plated meal kits on Albertsons shelves. Plated will also have access to the Albertsons distribution network. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
RedFlint begins offering credentialed trainings
RedFlint will host third-party vendor courses that last between one and five days ranging between $1,000 and $3,000. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal).
Conventions to watch for in Las Vegas
Here are upcoming conventions coming to the Las Vegas area. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Local company Xtreme Manufacturing expanding
Xtreme Manufacturing is adding 79,000 square feet of manufacturing space to its 200,000 square feet of existing space Xtreme --owned by Las Vegan Don Ahern-- plans to hire 204 new employees at an average hourly wage of $18.67 within two years Finding the right people for the job though is not easy, said Robert Russell, who runs the Ahern Family Office
Nevada diversifying economy, official says
More than 700 new jobs are coming to the Las Vegas area, ranging from human tissue manufacturing to security monitoring. That wide range of companies is a big win for Nevada, says Steve Hill, with the governor's office of economic development. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Faraday Future and Nevada have officially broken up
Faraday Future made out a $16,000 check to the state’s Department of Taxation in July, paying back the only abatements the company received. Approximately $620,000 remains in a trust fund that will begin to be distributed around the state to local tax jurisdictions.
Entertainment
Monkey Bar at SLS serves the Peppermint Bliss cocktail
Freed's Bakery shows us how they make their chcolate chip cookies
Cocktail Demo: Freaky Tiki
Cocktail Demo: Ryders on the Storm
Vegas Stripped: Jennifer Henry
Jennifer Henry creates couture of one-use materials to play with social ideas of femininity in pieces that are more art than fashion. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Nevada Ballet Theatre salutes Classic Americana
How Jean Phillipe Patisserie's chocolate elves for holiday season are made
Jean Phillipe Patisserie does a wild display for every season. This holiday season, it debuted chocolate elves at its Aria and Bellagio shops. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Cocktail Demo: The Violet Drink
Andrea Lipomi demonstrates how to create ghostly nails
10 best things to do in Las Vegas on Halloween weekend
5 best places to go for fries in Las Vegas
Cocktail demo: The Whiskey Business
A nice, easy tasting cocktail for a beginner whiskey drinker (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
11 spooky cocktails to try in Las Vegas for Halloween
11 spooky cocktails to try in Las Vegas for Halloween (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Edible lace adds delicious decor to baked goods
Sun Keeler, owner of Food Deco Art, produces vegan, gluten-free edible lace in numerous designs and colors (even chocolate), which add elegant embellishment to the plainest cakes. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Now Serving: Jumbo Pretzel Board
A nice twist on the classic bread board, served at Topgolf. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Now Serving: Giant Bloody Mary
It's a party brunch drink at LAVO Italian Restaurant & Lounge with this Giant Bloody Mary, complemented with seafood. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Stripped: Teacher and mother makes time to pursue art
Everyone struggles to balance life between work and family. For some people, it’s imperative to allow time for their own creativity. Natalie Delgado has two young children under five, works full time as an art teacher at Las Vegas Academy while her husband finishes his PhD at UNLV. Their schedule right now is unremitting. She is constantly going, often on a few hours of sleep. But she must, at least a few times a week, continue her art, or she won’t feel complete.
Cocktail Demo: The Dill Weed
A lighter, more brunch like version of the classic Bloody Mary. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Celebrate PRIDE with cocktails of every color of the rainbow
Celebrate PRIDE with cocktails of every color of the rainbow (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Cocktail Demo: The Smashing Pumpkin
The taste of pumpkin pie, if pumpkin pie were a cocktail. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Zak Bagans hosts a candlelight vigil at the Haunted Museum
Vegas Stripped: Sin City Rollergirls My Name's Not Claudia
Roller derby is known as a full contact sport of violence and sportsman like sass. Teams have fun names, nicknames are common ("Darkness," "Reaper," "Steller," "Diva"). The Fabulous Sin City Rollergirls are no exception. Claudia Ramirez worked her way from no experience to earning a spot on the travel team. But it's the camaraderie, not the winning, that pushes her love for the sport. The women on her team of all ages and backgrounds have become friends far beyond roller derby. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Five must-see acts at Life is Beautiful 2017
Muse, MGMT, The XX, Chance the Rapper, Gorillaz
Real Estate Millions
Business Insights: Rhonda Allen
Buck Wargo interviews Rhonda Allen, a fine homes specialist with Shapiro & Sher Group at BHHS, has assisted 17 players and staff and counting with about two-thirds of those involving home purchases — including some that are multimillion-dollar acquisitions — and the others that were rentals. Many home purchases were for $750,000 and above.
Real Estate Millions: 98 Sunglow Lane
Real Esate Millions: 98 Sunglow Lane
Real Estate Millions: Frank Marino
Entertainer Frank Marino, the star of “Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas,” has always had flair to spare and plenty of devoted fans. But since buying a home in Eagle Hills in Summerlin, come Halloween, he has to pull out all the stops.
Real Estate Millions _ Episode 4 -The Lakes Estates
Former professional boxer Beibut Shumenov lists Lakes Estates home for $5.3 million
Exclusive Tour of Desert Contemporary Home at Ascaya
This week on the Las Vegas Review Journal’s Real Estate Millions Host Susan Kocab tours the an inspiration home at the exclusive residential development of Ascaya. The home was designed by the Marmol Radziner architectural firm. The lead designer Brad Williams and Ascaya Sales Manager Darin Marques unfold the detailed specs of designing this truly authentic desert contemporary design.
Real Estate Millions - Episode #3 - Marmol Radziner at Ascaya (1)
Real Estate Millions host Susan Kocab visits a $7.7M home in Ascaya, a luxury residential community in Henderson.
Real Estate Millions: MacDonald Highlands
This week the Las Vegas Review Journal's Real Estate Millions featured yet another gorgeous Vegas Valley Home at MacDonald Highlands in Henderson. the $12.5 Million Dollar listing overlooks the Dragon Ridge Golf Course.
Real Estate Millions
MGM Resorts International executive Bobby Baldwin has placed his golf-course home in Southern Highlands on the market for $6.25 million. The 12,000-square-foot home sits on 1.26 acres and has its own adjacent park.
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