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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
Vegas Nation: Raiders Prepare for Kansas City Chiefs
Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken discuss Bowman being expected to play on Thursday's game and the Raiders who will not be participating during the game because of injuries.
UNLV basketball Marvin Menzies at MW media day
UNLV basketball coach Marvin Menzies talks at Mountain West media day on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. (Mark Anderson/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)
Golden Knights' Alex Tuch talks about his father
Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch talks after practice Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at City National Arena about his father being at the game Tuesday. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on faceoff violations
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks about the increase in faceoff violations Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights center Cody Eakin on the increase in faceoff violations
Golden Knights center Cody Eakin talks about the increase in faceoff violations Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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
Henderson bar owner Bob Fleming was a pro hockey enforcer
Bob Fleming, who was known as "The Hammer" when he played pro hockey, said concussion protocol has changed a lot since he retired. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review Journal)
Las Vegas shooter still an enigma
One month after the Route 91 massacre and the question of who Stephen Paddock really was and why he did what he did remains a mystery.
Nevada Preps: Las Vegas High eager to defend 'Bone' against Rancho
Las Vegas coach Erick Capetillo talks about how important it is to win the Bone Game against Rancho. (Justin Emerson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, October 18th
Wednesday's headlines: Jesus Campos appears on Ellen, father of shooting victim files wrongful death lawsuit, Halloween display seemingly references October 1 shooting. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Golden Knights Reilly Smith says the team is riding a high right now
With the Golden Knights securing their fifth victory during their home stand at the T-Mobile Arena, Reilly Smith says what's motivating the team and also addresses how they can improve.
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Snag OT Win over Buffalo
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney, Steve Carp and David Schoen discuss the Golden Knights win over the Buffalo Sabres, which saw the Golden Knights lose a 3-goal lead before winning in overtime.
Perron on his game-winning goal in OT
David Perron scored the game-winning goal for the Vegas Golden Knights to defeat the Buffalo Sabres in overtime.
Coach Gallant: The Golden Knights are off to a great start
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gegard Gallant reflects on the team's 5-1 start to the season and discusses how the team has come together.
Golden Knights' Alex Tuch on the team's level of confidence
Vegas Golden Knights right win Alex Tuch discusses how confident the team is with their 5-1 start on the season and how much their overtime win at home helped to boost their morale.
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)
Sanchez on where UNLV is emotionally
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about the team's emotional state. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Sierra Vista earns Team of the Week honors
Ben Gotz talks to Sierra Vista following its big win over Durango.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Sign NaVorro Bowman
Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken discuss multiple players being injured before Thursday's game and the Raiders signing NaVorro Bowman.
The Right Take: Dem lawsuit seeks to rewrite NV's constitution
The lawyer for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign just filed a lawsuit seeking to rewrite Nevada’s constitution and restrict your ability to hold politicians accountable. (Victor Joecks)
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.
Cocktail demo: The Dill Weed
A lighter, more brunch like version of the classic Bloody Mary. (Gabriella Benavidez/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.”
Business Insights – GLVAR 2018 President Chris Bishop
2018 GLVAR President Chris Bishop talks about Las Vegas housing
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, October 17th
Tuesday's headlines: man dies as he's arriving at church, judge split on $3M poker exchange, Clark County starts process of installing steel posts on Las Vegas Strip. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Noah Robotham on being at UNLV
Point guard Noah Robotham talks about being at UNLV. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nick Blair on transferring to UNLV
Forward Nick Blair talks about transferring to UNLV. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Miracle Flights flew father from Hawaii to reunite with daughter after shooting
Miracle Flights put Nikita Ronolo's father on a plane from Hawaii after the Las Vegas Strip shooting (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Man shouts "die" at Las Vegas police before being shot
Police body cam footage shows a man pointing a gun at police and shouting "die" before officers fire back. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Jon Merrill was glad to finally play for Golden Knights
Golden Knights defenseman Jon Merrill made his first appearance in the lineup Sunday, Oct. 16, 2017, after sitting out the first four games as a healthy scratch. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant liked the bounce-back effort of Golden Knights vs. Bruins
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant speaks to the media Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, at the team's practice facility. The Knights play Buffalo at home Tuesday. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Construction starts on Resorts World Las Vegas project with 2020 completion goal
President Of Resorts World Las Vegas Edward Farrell announces the start of the 3,000-room hotel-casino project located on 87 acres adjacent to Las Vegas Boulevard South, formerly occupied by the Stardust. Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal @Vegas88s
Las Vegas morning update for Monday, October 16th
Monday's headlines: baby dies in hit-and-run, thousand walk in remembrance of mass shooting, woman recovering from gunshot transported to Maryland hospital. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Golden Edge: Knights defeat the Bruins
Review-Journal Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and reporters Steve Carp and Ed Graney recap the Golden Knights' win over the Boston Bruins at T-Mobile Arena on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant talks about Golden Knights win over Bruins
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant talks about his team's win over Boston, avoiding a losing streak and how the call-ups played in place of injured starters. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Alex Tuch discusses Golden Knights win over Boston Bruins
Alex Tuch discusses Golden Knights win over Boston Bruins on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, as well as scoring his first career goal. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nacion Vegas: Los Raiders pierden contra los Chargers 17-16
Fue una derrota desgarradora para los Raiders el domingo. El pateador de los Chargers, Nick Novak, hizo el gol de campo ganando el juego cuando el tiempo expiró para darle a los Chargers una victoria de 17-16 sobre los Raiders.
Malcolm Subban gets win in Golden Knights debut
Golden Knights goaltender Malcolm Subban talks about his Vegas debut and getting the win over the Boston Bruins on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Tavecchio Misses Extra Point
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporters Gilbert Manzano, Michael Gehlken and Ron Kantowski recap the Raiders' loss against the Los Angeles Chargers. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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.
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Defeat the Bruins 3-1
Host Bryan Salmond discusses the Golden Knights 3-1 victory over the Boston Bruins.
Salute the Troops gives helicopter rides over the Strip for vets
Sundance Helicopters, as a part of the 9th annual Salute to the Troops, hosted helicopter rides Sunday for veterans. Actor Gary Sinise was there to greet vets. His foundation supports the events for Salute the Troops, his band, Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band, also performed Saturday night. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
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)
Heart transplant recipient Brienna Love honored by Simon Keith Foundation
Heart transplant recipient Brienna Love was honored by the Simon Keith Foundation, family and friends at Canarelli Middle School in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 6,, 2017. (Ron Kantowski/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)
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, October 14th
Saturday's headlines: Sheriff Lombardo and MGM in agreement on latest Las Vegas shooting timeline, Mandalay Bay security guard skips TV interviews after Las Vegas shooting, Conspiracy crowd working overtime since Las Vegas shooting
Sierra Vista holds on against Durango, 34-26
A back-and-forth game was decided by a few turnovers and the Lions stay undefeated in league play. (Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Lei of Aloha organizers plan Las Vegas presentations
Hawaii’s “Lei of Aloha for World Peace”will present sections of a 2-mile-long woven ti-leaf lei at two memorial sites created to honor victims of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest music festival attack. (Carol Cling/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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
Tourists arriving in Las Vegas discuss plans following Strip shooting
Tourists arriving at McCarran International Airport discuss their thoughts and travel plans two weeks after the Route 91 Harvest Festival mass shooting in Las Vegas, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @jajuarezphoto
Lawyer on Vegas shooting victim's lawsuit: This is about accountability
Lawyers representing shooting victim Rachel Sheppard explained the details of the lawsuit filed against MGM Resorts International, the estate of Stephen Paddock, a bump stock maker and the concert host at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas.
Monster Energy Cup Supercross all-star race returns to Sam Boyd Stadium
Defending champion Eli Tomac talks about his chances of repeating as champion of the Monster Energy Cup Supercross all-star race during a news conference at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on October 13, 2017. (Ron Kantowski/Las Vegas Review Journal)
Shooting victim's mother reveals how her daughter survived, thanks those who helped
Rachel Sheppard, whose lawyers filed a lawsuit against MGM Resorts International, the concert host and a bump stock maker, survived after being shot three times at the Route 91 Harvest festival. Her mother tells her story from the Las Vegas Regional Justice Center.
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Sheriff Lombardo says there is no conspiracy with shooting timeline
At a news briefing on Oct. 13 in Las Vegas, Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo said there is no conspiracy with any parties involved where the timeline of the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting is concerned.
Las Vegas air traffic controllers speak about what they experienced during the Las Vegas mass shooting
Las Vegas Tower air traffic controllers Anthony Borgert and Christina Stewart speak to the media about what they experienced during the Las Vegas mass shooting. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Hawaii sends 2-mile-long lei to people of Las Vegas
More than 500 Hawaiian volunteers worked four 14-hour days on multiple islands to weave a massive ti-leaf lei — with a total 2-mile length — to honor the Las Vegas victims and spread the spirit of aloha.
Las Vegas Sheriff discusses reassessment of security
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joseph Lombardo talks about reevaluation of security measures for Las Vegas hotel/casino properties.
Sheriff Lombardo details two officers heroic acts at briefing for Vegas shooting
Sheriff Joe Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department gets emotional as he talks about two officers, Brady Cook and Samuel Wittwer, who were injured in the line of duty during the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting on Oct. 1.
Las Vegas morning update for Monday, October 16th
Monday's headlines: baby dies in hit-and-run, thousand walk in remembrance of mass shooting, woman recovering from gunshot transported to Maryland hospital. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Man shouts "die" at Las Vegas police before being shot
Police body cam footage shows a man pointing a gun at police and shouting "die" before officers fire back. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Survivor explains how Mandalay Bay shooting changed her
Kimbur Presmyk talks about how she's changed after surviving at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Construction starts on Resorts World Las Vegas project with 2020 completion goal
President Of Resorts World Las Vegas Edward Farrell announces the start of the 3,000-room hotel-casino project located on 87 acres adjacent to Las Vegas Boulevard South, formerly occupied by the Stardust. Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal @Vegas88s
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)
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.
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.
UNLV reaction to Air Force loss
UNLV coach Tony Sanchez and his players react to the team's loss at Air Force on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Snag OT Win over Buffalo
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney, Steve Carp and David Schoen discuss the Golden Knights win over the Buffalo Sabres, which saw the Golden Knights lose a 3-goal lead before winning in overtime.
The Right Take: Las Vegas 51s
In 2013, local investors bought the Las Vegas 51s, a minor league baseball team, for $20 million. on Tuesday, the Las Vegas convention and visitors authority paid a whopping $80 million for 20 years of naming rights for a new 51s stadium going up in Summerlin.
Nevada Preps Week: 8 Preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson bring you a preview of some of the games to watch this week for high school football including Spring Mountain and Pahranagat Valley and Faith Lutheran at Shadow Ridge.
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)
Giada De Laurentiis opening second restaurant on Las Vegas Strip
Giada De Laurentiis will open her second Las Vegas restaurant in Caesars Palace early next year. It will be a quick-service concept called Pronto, located in the space that’s now occupied by Payard Patisserie & Bistro. While it will be more casual than the celebrity chef’s eponymous fine-dining space at The Cromwell, it will focus on the similar California-influence Italian cuisine. Pronto will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner to eat in or take out, with the menu focusing on house-made pastries, breakfast sandwiches, Paninis, salads, sandwiches, antipasti, charcuterie, gelato and desserts. There will also be a full service bar, wine on tap and an artisanal coffee program with nitro options and foam art.
Golden Edge: Knights Lose To Red Wings
Review-Journal Golden Edge host Bryan Salmon and reporters Ed Graney, David Schoen and Steve Carp recap the Golden Knights loss to the Red Wings at the T-Mobile Arena on Friday, Oct. 14, 2017. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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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)
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, October 14th
Saturday's headlines: Sheriff Lombardo and MGM in agreement on latest Las Vegas shooting timeline, Mandalay Bay security guard skips TV interviews after Las Vegas shooting, Conspiracy crowd working overtime since Las Vegas shooting
Lei of Aloha organizers plan Las Vegas presentations
Hawaii’s “Lei of Aloha for World Peace”will present sections of a 2-mile-long woven ti-leaf lei at two memorial sites created to honor victims of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest music festival attack. (Carol Cling/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Tourists arriving in Las Vegas discuss plans following Strip shooting
Tourists arriving at McCarran International Airport discuss their thoughts and travel plans two weeks after the Route 91 Harvest Festival mass shooting in Las Vegas, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @jajuarezphoto
Lawyer on Vegas shooting victim's lawsuit: This is about accountability
Lawyers representing shooting victim Rachel Sheppard explained the details of the lawsuit filed against MGM Resorts International, the estate of Stephen Paddock, a bump stock maker and the concert host at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas.
Shooting victim's mother reveals how her daughter survived, thanks those who helped
Rachel Sheppard, whose lawyers filed a lawsuit against MGM Resorts International, the concert host and a bump stock maker, survived after being shot three times at the Route 91 Harvest festival. Her mother tells her story from the Las Vegas Regional Justice Center.
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.”
Reid believes ‘we’ll recover’ after the grieving stage
Former senator Harry Reid comments on the October 1, 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas.
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.
Sheriff Lombardo says there is no conspiracy with shooting timeline
At a news briefing on Oct. 13 in Las Vegas, Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo said there is no conspiracy with any parties involved where the timeline of the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting is concerned.
Sheriff Lombardo details two officers heroic acts at briefing for Vegas shooting
Sheriff Joe Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department gets emotional as he talks about two officers, Brady Cook and Samuel Wittwer, who were injured in the line of duty during the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting on Oct. 1.
Man keeps watch over Strip shrine to mass shooting victims
When Steve Round looked at the memorial that sprang up on the median of the Strip near the Route 91 Harvest festival grounds, he saw the faces. Melissa Ramirez, Steve Berger, Stacee Etcheber and Jordyn Rivera looked back at him in photographs. (Rio Lacanlale/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Survivor explains how Mandalay Bay shooting changed her
Kimbur Presmyk talks about how she's changed after surviving at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Las Vegas air traffic controllers speak about what they experienced during the Las Vegas mass shooting
Las Vegas Tower air traffic controllers Anthony Borgert and Christina Stewart speak to the media about what they experienced during the Las Vegas mass shooting. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Hawaii sends 2-mile-long lei to people of Las Vegas
More than 500 Hawaiian volunteers worked four 14-hour days on multiple islands to weave a massive ti-leaf lei — with a total 2-mile length — to honor the Las Vegas victims and spread the spirit of aloha.
Las Vegas Sheriff discusses reassessment of security
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joseph Lombardo talks about reevaluation of security measures for Las Vegas hotel/casino properties.
Las Vegas shooting victim Tina Frost was shot in the head, now she's recovering
Dr. Keith Blum, a neurosurgeon with the Las Vegas Neurosurgery Associates, PC, operated on Tina Frost. Frost was shot in the head on the night of Oct. 1, and is currently in a coma. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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.
First lawsuit against MGM Resorts over Las Vegas shooting filed
The first lawsuit against MGM Resorts over the Las Vegas shooting has been filed. Plaintiff Paige Gasper, 21, is expected to graduate from Sonoma State University in May. She was shot in the chest and underwent multiple surgeries. The complaint also names the estate of gunman Stephen Paddock, Live Nation Entertainment Inc., Mandalay Corp. and Slide Fire Solutions LP. Las Vegas attorney Nathan Morris said, "We have to maintain our reputation as the safest place on the planet.”
Family seeks to sue MGM following deadly shooting
Paige Gasper, one of the first people to be injured from last Sunday's deadly mass shooting, is looking to sue MGM. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jason Aldean performing at Route 91 festival before shooting
Video of Jason Aldean at Route 91 Country Music festival at 10:04pm. Standing in the back middle right of the stage. Submitted by Jack Russo of Garden Grove, California.
Mother of Las Vegas shooting victim talks about her daughter's experience
A therapist who has helped Metro officers recover from traumatic experiences in the past talks about her daughter who was shot during the festival.
Where to donate to Las Vegas shooting victims and their families
There are several ways to donate: — GoFundMe Direct Impact Fund: www.gofundme.com/HelpLasVegas — Online at www.NationalCompassionFund.org — By mail. Make checks payable to the National Compassion Fund Las Vegas and send to: — National Center for Victims of Crime, ATTN: National Compassion Fund Las Vegas, 2000 M Street, NW, Suite 480, Washington, DC 20036
Sheriff Lombardo talks about mass shooting investigation
Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo sits down with the Review-Journal editorial board to discuss the investigation of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
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)
Metro officer shot responding to Las Vegas Strip shooting
Las Vegas Metro officer Brady Cook was shot while responding to the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting on the Strip on his second day of field training. (Elizabeth Brumley Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, Oct 10
Tuesday's headlines: Mandalay Bay security guard shot before mass shooting, Marine vet who stole truck to transport shooting victims to hospital receives free truck, Las Vegas firm files lawsuit against bump stock company
Route 91 Harvest festival shooting victim tells story of survival
Samanta Arjune had an extra ticket to the Route 91 Harvest festival country music concert on the Strip Oct. 1., and invited her brother Malcolm Bissember. They thought the gunfire was fireworks. When they realized it was gunfire, they started to run.
Gun tourism businesses feel impact of mass shooting
In the aftermath of the deadly shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival some tourists have canceled reservations to shooting businesses in Las Vegas but some businesses have noticed an increase of interest in self defense. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Latest police briefing reveals new details surrounding Las Vegas shooting
Sheriff Joe Lombardo told reporters that Stephen Paddock checked into his hotel room 3 days earlier than previously reported and that Paddock had shot a security guard prior to the mass shooting starting. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Cab driver recounts night of Las Vegas mass shooting
Cori Langdon, 58, recounts driving her taxi cab near Mandalay Bay the night of last week's mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival during an interview at Desert Cab Inc. in Las Vegas, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. Five people piled themselves into Langdon's cab in search of safety from the gunfire. (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @jajuarezphoto
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.
First responders, shooting victims honored before UNLV game
Before UNLV took the field against San Diego State, first-responders and the 58 victims of the Las Vegas Shooting were honored in a pregame ceremony. The United States flag was displayed across the football field during the National Anthem. Fifty-eight balloons were released in honor of those who lost their lives in the shooting. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Community Healing Garden springs up after Las Vegas shooting
More than 800 volunteers helped build the community healing garden to honor the Las Vegas shooting victims. Gilbert Manzano/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas shooting victim: Austin Meyer, Reno, Nevada
Austin Meyer was in Las Vegas celebrating his 24th birthday at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on Sunday when he was killed in the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, a spokeswoman for Truckee Meadows Community College confirmed Thursday. In an interview with a California TV station, his sister Veronica described him as “ambitious, smart and hard working.” Meyer recently moved from the Monterey Peninsula to Reno and enrolled in the college’s two-year transportation technologies program,KSBW reported. His fiancee, Dana Getreu, is a student at the nearby University of Nevada, Reno.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Candice Bowers, Garden Grove, California
Candice Bowers, a single mother of three, was among those killed during the attack at the Route 91 Harvest country festival on the Las Vegas Strip. Bowers, a 40-year-old from Garden Grove, California, adored country music, according to a statement released by her family on Wednesday. “Candice was a superhero,” family members said. “Over the course of her life she was able to overcome substantial obstacles and become the single mother of three amazing, kind, intelligent, beautiful children
Las Vegas shooting victim: Chris Hazencomb, Camarillo, California
Chris Hazencomb, of Camarillo, California, spent his 44th birthday with his mother. Four days later he was killed in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas. Maryanne Hazencomb had her son taken off life support Monday. He was at the concert with a longtime friend from Las Vegas, his mother said. “He evidently saved her from getting hit so she could raise her two boys with her husband,” Hazencomb said.
Explosive possessed by Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock may have been used in NYC bombing
An explosive possessed by Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock may have been used in an NYC bombing. Authorities say they recovered the compound known as Tannerite from Paddock’s home in Mesquite and his car parked at Mandalay Bay. Police have not said why the 64-year-old possessed Tannerite, which is unregulated. Authorities also found ammonium nitrate in his vehicle. It can also be used to build bombs. Tannerite apparently was used in a September 2016 bombing in New York's Chelsea neighborhood that injured 31 people. Authorities later arrested Ahmed Rahami in connection with that bombing.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Sandra Casey, Manhattan Beach, California
A California special education teacher was among those killed during a mass shooting at the Route 91 country music festival Sunday night, the Manhattan Beach Unified School District reports. Sandra Casey was a special education teacher at Manhattan Beach Middle School for nine years, according to a statement from the school district. Other employees of the middle school and school district attended the music festival but were not injured.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Rocio Guillen Rocha, Corona, California
Just six weeks ago, Rocio Guillen Rocha gave birth to her fourth child — a baby boy named Austin. Guillen Rocha was still on maternity leave from her job as an assistant manager at a California Pizza Kitchen. Although she escaped the scene with fiancé, Chris Jaksha, Guillen Rocha later died from a gunshot wound suffered in the attack. The 40-year-old from Corona, California, had four children: 18-year-old Marcus, 13-year-old Christopher, 1-year-old Sofia and 1-month-old Austin. Guillen Rocha was raised in Anaheim and attended Katella High School, where she ran track and cross country.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Nicol Kimura, Placentia, California
Nicol Kimura and her close group of friends from Southern California had been looking forward to the Route 91 country music festival since buying their tickets nearly a year ago. The long-anticipated Las Vegas show ended in tragedy, when 38-year-old Kimura, known for her “larger than life” smile, laugh and spirit, became one of 58 victims gunned down at the show, her friend Ryan Miller told the Review-Journal Wednesday. “There were seven of us that went up together, and unfortunately, only six of us came home,” Miller said. Kimura, from Placentia, California, is survived by her parents and a sister. She worked for Orange County, Miller said. Miller set up a GoFundMe to raise money to help pay to transport Kimura’s body home, and for memorial services. The fundraiser was nearing $36,000 around 5 p.m. Wednesday. No services have been scheduled.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Carrie Parsons, Seattle
A Seattle resident is among those fatally wounded in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest Festival Sunday, the Washington Post has reported. Carrie Parsons graduated from Arizona State University in 2008, according to a Facebook post from the college’s alumni association Seattle chapter. She was a Washington native.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Kurt Von Tillow, Cameron Park, California
A Northern California truck company owner is among those killed in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest country festival. Friends and family of Kurt Von Tillow gathered near his Cameron Park County Club golf course home on Tuesday to mourn the loss. Von Tillow owned a trucking company, which neighbors said he would sometimes take routes out across the country to Connecticut to see his family. “I never, ever, ever saw him in a bad mood,” Brent Hutchings, a neighbor, told the Sacramento Bee. “Everyone loved him. He was the life of the party and he laughed at everything with this really distinctive boisterous laugh.”
Las Vegas shooting victim: Pati Mestas, Menifee, California
Pati Mestas, 67, of Menifee, California, was killed as she stood near the Route 91 Harvest country music festival stage, doing one of her favorite things. “Pati loved country (music) concerts,” said Isa Bahu, a close friend of more than 10 years. “Brooks and Dunn one of the first (concerts) we went to, and it was one of the best concerts that we went to.” In addition to going to country music concerts, Mestas loved spending time with her grandchildren. “She lived for those kids,” Bahu said. “She went too soon.”
Las Vegas shooting victim: Brett Schwanbeck, Bullhead City, Arizona
Brett Schwanbeck, 61, was fatally shot Sunday in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest Festival. Brett Schwanbeck was no stranger to the great outdoors. As a father he took his two sons on countless expeditions to camp, hunt, fish and ride dirt bikes. “He liked to be where no one else was at. He liked to get lost out in the middle of the woods,” his youngest son Shawn Schwanbeck told the Review-Journal Wednesday. “My dad was the funnest guy in the world to be around.”
Las Vegas shooting victim: Keri Lynn Galvan, 31, Thousand Oaks, California
Keri Galvan was enjoying the Route 91 Harvest Festival with her husband and their friends when she was cut down by gunfire. The 31-year-old from Thousand Oaks, California, left behind three children. Galvan’s sister and Las Vegas resident Lindsey Poole, described her as a devoted wife and mother. “Her days started and ended with doing everything in her power to be a wonderful mother,” Poole said in a post.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Victor Link, Aliso Viejo, California
An Aliso Viejo, California, resident is among those killed in the attack on Route 91 Harvest country music festival. Victor Link, a 55-year-old originally from Shafter, California, was “the best dad any son could ever have,” Christian Link, who identified himself as Link’s son. Link was attending the festival with his fiance, Lynne Gonzales, and longtime friends, Rob and Lesley Wedlock, when he was shot and killed during the Jason Aldean concert on Sunday. “Victor was a loving fiance, proud father, loyal son, protective brother, supportive uncle and kind friend. We wish to express our gratitude to all that have helped contribute to Victor’s extraordinary life. Whether you were a relative, friend, or neighbor, you we’re all a part of making his life so meaningful,” a statement released by Link's family said.
Las Vegas Strip shooter targeted aviation fuel tanks
Joe Lombardo Provides an Update on Mass Shooting
Joe Lombardo gives everyone an update on new details about the ongoing investigation on the Route 91 Music Festival shooting in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Erick Silva, Las Vegas
Las Vegas resident Erick Silva, is among those killed in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest country music festival. Silva, 21, was stationed in front of the stage at the festival Sunday as part of the show’s security detail. Silva worked security for the Las Vegas branch of CSC for about three years. Gina Argento says when the shooting started, he was among the first of the event’s first responders, helping concertgoers to flee until he, himself, was killed.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Tara Roe Smith, Okotoks, Alberta
Tara Roe Smith, a model, mother and wife from Canada was one of the 58 killed in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest music festival. Statements from a modeling agency and a school where she worked in Okotoks, Alberta, Canada, mourned Roe Smith. Sophia Models International, where she modeled for 10 years, described her as “a friendly face and had a very caring spirit” in a statement on their Facebook page posted late Tuesday. A GoFundMe has been created to help support Roe Smith’s husband, Zach, and their two young sons. In one day, the campaign raised more than $120,000.
Cell Phone Video of Vegas Mass Shooting
Video taken during the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip at the Route 91 Music Festival near Mandalay Bay.
Las Vegas shooting victim: Jennifer Parks, Palmdale, California
Walking into Jennifer Parks’ kindergarten classroom, it was easy to tell Palmdale, California, teacher cared about her pupils. Parks was a little more than a month into her third year of teaching when she was shot and killed Sunday. Parks, who was in her early 30s, received a master’s degree in education in May. “She’s one of those kind of people you meet her and she is so enthusiastic about everything she is doing. Teaching is one of those things she was cut out to do.” said Westside Union School District Superintendent Regina Rossall.
Raiders
Nacion Vegas: Los Raiders pierden contra los Chargers 17-16
Fue una derrota desgarradora para los Raiders el domingo. El pateador de los Chargers, Nick Novak, hizo el gol de campo ganando el juego cuando el tiempo expiró para darle a los Chargers una victoria de 17-16 sobre los Raiders.
Vegas Nation: Tavecchio Misses Extra Point
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporters Gilbert Manzano, Michael Gehlken and Ron Kantowski recap the Raiders' loss against the Los Angeles Chargers. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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.
Social Sound Off: Raiders fall to Chargers
Review-Journal Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and handicapper Kelly Stewart recap the best tweets from today’s Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers game.
Vegas Nation: Chargers defeat Raiders, 17-16
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond discusses the Raiders 17-16 loss to the Chargers. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation Red Zone: Raiders Prepare for Matchup against Chargers
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporter Gilbert Manzano talk about the Raiders matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers and the key players for both teams. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Derek Carr Expected to Play Against Chargers
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and reporter Michael Gehlken talk about the possibility of Derek Carr playing in Week 7 and and update on Antonio Hamilton and Marquel Lee’s injuries. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Social Sound Off: Raiders Nation Reacts to Loss Against Ravens
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and handicapper Kelly Stewart recap the best tweets from Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Vegas Nation: Ravens Beat the Raiders
Bryan Salmond brings you a quick update on the game between the Raiders and the Ravens in Oakland.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Concerned About Injuries
Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken discuss how EJ Manuel will be the quarterback on Sunday and Derek Carr showing up for practice.
Vegas Nation: RedZone Week 5
Bryan Salmond sits down with Las Vegas Review-Journal's Gilbert Manzano to discuss the upcoming game this Sunday against the Ravens.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Dealing with a Bevy Injuries
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken talk about how the Raiders feel about EJ Manuel starting on Sunday as well as the injuries that are piling up on the roster.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Prepare with EJ Manuel as their Starter
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss the Raiders and their preparation for the upcoming game with EJ Manuel in as their starting quarterback.
Vegas Nation: Carr out, Raiders respond to Vegas Shooting
Michael Gehlken talks about the details of Derek Carr's back injury as well as the Raiders response to the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Derek Carr injured
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr left their game against the Denver Broncos in the third quarter after a sack After a CT scan, Carr was diagnosed with a suffered a transverse process fracture. Carr is expected to miss Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens The injury carries a recovery timetable of two to six weeks EJ Manuel is set to start against the Ravens.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Drop Second Straight, Carr Injured
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney, Michael Gehlken and Gilbert Manzano discuss the Raiders loss to the Denver Broncos, including Derek Carr's injury, the struggling offense and what it all means going into next week's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Nación Vegas: Los Raiders pierden 16-10 en contra los 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.
Vegas Nation: Raiders Ready for Sunday Against Broncos
Bryan Salmond discusses the Raiders performance against the Washington Redskins and the remedy offensive coordinator Todd Downing has the teams offense.
Vegas Nation: Raiders prepare for Broncos matchup
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss Thursday's practice and Sunday's matchup against the Denver Broncos.
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Construction of Stadium
The Review-Jounal's Bill Bradley interviews Rick Velotta to talk about the progress of the Raiders Stadium being built in Vegas.
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.
Nación Vegas: Los Raiders pierden 27-10 en contra los Redskins
Era una noche fea para los Raiders quien perdió el juego 27-10 en contra los Washington Redskins. Es la primera derrota para los Raiders esta temporada.
Construction comes to life at Raiders Stadium site in Las Vegas
Construction activity is coming to life at the Raiders Stadium site in Las Vegas. Heavy vehicles, cranes and water trucks were visible at the site at Russell Road and Dean Martin Drive, just west of Interstate 15. A formal groundbreaking for the $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium is expected in late November. Plans indicate the stadium will be 225 feet tall with 10 levels. It is also expected to gave a see-through video wall.
Raiders, Donald Penn finalize 2-year, $21M extension
The Raiders and Donald Penn have finalized a 2-year, $21 million contract extension. The veteran left tackle is now under contract through the 2019 season. All of the team’s five starting offensive linemen to begin the season are signed through at least the 2018 campaign. Penn, 34, skipped all of training camp amid dissatisfaction with a $5.8 million salary. The Raiders waited until after Sunday’s season opener versus the Tennessee Titans before making a concerted effort to negotiate.
Social Sound Off: Raiders Season Opener
The Review-Journal’s Bryan Salmond and handicapper Kelly Stewart bring you Vegas Nation social sound off post game show for the Raiders victory over the Titans. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
ESPN's Pete Derzis talks about the future of the Las Vegas Bowl
ESPN television executive Pete Derzis talks about the Las Vegas Bowl during a kickoff luncheon at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, on August 31, 2017. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review Journal)
Vegas Nation social sound off: Raiders' preseason loss to Rams
The Review-Journal’s Bryan Salmond and handicapper Kelly Stewart bring you the first Vegas Nation social sound off post game show. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Derek Carr returns to lead Raiders offense
The Review-Journal Vegas Nation crew Michael Gehlken, Gilbert Manzano and Bryan Salmond recap the Raiders' preseason home opener to the Los Angeles Rams. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Raiders have some fun on the final day of camp
Michael Gehlken and Bryan Salmond wrap-up the final day of Raiders training camp and look ahead to the next preseason game against the LA Rams. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Stadium Authority chairman updates on progress with Raiders-UNLV
Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board chairman Steve Hill elaborates on progress being made between the Oakland Raiders and UNLV football on the lease terms and what the early projections on stadium funding are like.
Marshawn Lynch responds to a question about not standing for the national anthem
Marshawn Lynch responds to Michael Gehlken's question about Lynch staying seated for the national anthem. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Oakland Raiders president updates on Las Vegas stadium
Oakland Raiders president Marc Badain discusses the progress on the stadium plans for Las Vegas and how their search for more parking surrounding the Russell Road site has developed.
Vegas Nation: Amari Cooper is finding his rhythm
Amari Cooper is finding his rhythm as the Raiders approach the end of training camp, but Donald Penn is still a holdout. Michael Gehlken has more from Napa. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: 2 stars return to practice, offense clicks
Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken recaps the Raiders' training camp practice on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2016. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Raiders secondary struggles against Cardinals
The Raiders lost to the Cardinals 20-10 to open the 2017 preseason on Saturday. Quarterback EJ Manuel completed 10 of 12 passes for 107 yards in his Raiders debut. Derek Carr, Marshawn Lynch, Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack didn’t play. The Vegas Nation crew recaps the game. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Del Rio comments on Marshawn Lynch sitting during national anthem
Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio comments on Marshawn Lynch sitting during the national anthem, updates on Gareon Conley's status and the quarterback competition after the team's first preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Vegas Nation: Raiders' Conley says he doesn't have shin splints
Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken recaps the Raiders' Thursday practice and addresses the confusion surrounding whether or not cornerback Gareon Conley has shin splints. Conley tweeted Thursday that he doesn't have shin splints, weeks after general manager Reggie McKenzie told the media he did. The Raiders's first preseason game is Saturday at Arizona. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Raiders get good news on the injury front
Amari Cooper missed practice again, but it wasn't all bad news for the Raiders on the injury front, as all but one of their rookies were on the field at camp on Wednesday. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr talks practice, starting Saturday
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr addresses the media following training camp practice on Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017. Carr is unsure if he'll get the start for the team's first preseason game on Saturday against the Arizona Cardinals. (Gilbert Manzano/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Raiders readying for first preseason game
The Review-Journal's Michael Gehlken and Gilbert Manzano check in from Napa, Calif., where the Raiders are preparing to face the Arizona Cardinals in a Saturday preseason matchup. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Amari Cooper out again, QB EJ Manuel favored
Review-Journal beat reporter Michael Gehlken recaps the sixth day of Raiders training camp in Napa, Calif. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Raiders sharp at Thursday's practice
The Raiders showed up strong to camp on Thursday after Jack Del Rio gave the team Wednesday off. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Marquel Lee: I'm happy I've got a good opportunity
Rookie linebacker Marquel Lee talks about the expectations placed upon him and challenging himself to start at middle linebacker for the Oakland Raiders.
Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio updates from day 4 of training camp
Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio addressed some of the hot topics, including Gareon Conley not be indicted, and the state of the team at this point in training camp.
Amerson says Raiders secondary has to step up their game in 2017
Raiders cornerback David Amerson on how the secondary can improve in 2017 and the absence of Gareon Conley from training camp. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Ken Norton, Jr., on Gareon Conley missing time at training camp and more
Raiders Defensive Coordinator Ken Norton, Jr. spoke on Gareon Conley missing the opportunity to practice with the team at the start of training camp and what a standout linebacker/defensive end James Cowser is thus far. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights
Golden Knights' Alex Tuch talks about his father
Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch talks after practice Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at City National Arena about his father being at the game Tuesday. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights center Cody Eakin on the increase in faceoff violations
Golden Knights center Cody Eakin talks about the increase in faceoff violations Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Reilly Smith says the team is riding a high right now
With the Golden Knights securing their fifth victory during their home stand at the T-Mobile Arena, Reilly Smith says what's motivating the team and also addresses how they can improve.
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Snag OT Win over Buffalo
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney, Steve Carp and David Schoen discuss the Golden Knights win over the Buffalo Sabres, which saw the Golden Knights lose a 3-goal lead before winning in overtime.
Perron on his game-winning goal in OT
David Perron scored the game-winning goal for the Vegas Golden Knights to defeat the Buffalo Sabres in overtime.
Coach Gallant: The Golden Knights are off to a great start
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gegard Gallant reflects on the team's 5-1 start to the season and discusses how the team has come together.
Golden Knights' Alex Tuch on the team's level of confidence
Vegas Golden Knights right win Alex Tuch discusses how confident the team is with their 5-1 start on the season and how much their overtime win at home helped to boost their morale.
Jon Merrill was glad to finally play for Golden Knights
Golden Knights defenseman Jon Merrill made his first appearance in the lineup Sunday, Oct. 16, 2017, after sitting out the first four games as a healthy scratch. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant liked the bounce-back effort of Golden Knights vs. Bruins
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant speaks to the media Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, at the team's practice facility. The Knights play Buffalo at home Tuesday. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Knights defeat the Bruins
Review-Journal Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and reporters Steve Carp and Ed Graney recap the Golden Knights' win over the Boston Bruins at T-Mobile Arena on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant talks about Golden Knights win over Bruins
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant talks about his team's win over Boston, avoiding a losing streak and how the call-ups played in place of injured starters. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Alex Tuch discusses Golden Knights win over Boston Bruins
Alex Tuch discusses Golden Knights win over Boston Bruins on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, as well as scoring his first career goal. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Malcolm Subban gets win in Golden Knights debut
Golden Knights goaltender Malcolm Subban talks about his Vegas debut and getting the win over the Boston Bruins on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Golden Knights Defeat the Bruins 3-1
Host Bryan Salmond discusses the Golden Knights 3-1 victory over the Boston Bruins.
Golden Knights backup goaltender Malcolm Subban says he’s ready to play
Golden Knights backup goaltender may be pressed into action if starter Marc-Andre Fleury can’t play on Sunday against the Boston Bruins. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant explains Golden Knights roster moves
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury’s status for Sunday's game against the Bruins up in the air. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant full comments following Knights' first loss
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant talks about his team's first loss of the season to the Detroit Red Wings on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights' James Neal talks about loss to Detroit
After Vegas' first loss of the season, Forward James Neal talks about how the team will respond. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Knights Lose To Red Wings
Review-Journal Golden Edge host Bryan Salmon and reporters Ed Graney, David Schoen and Steve Carp recap the Golden Knights loss to the Red Wings at the T-Mobile Arena on Friday, Oct. 14, 2017. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Marc-Andre Fluery talks about loss to Detroit
Goaltender Marc-Andre Fluery talks about the Golden Knights' 6-3 loss to Detroit on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on playing vs. Detroit
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks about facing Detroit after practice Thursday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury on Friday's game
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks about the atmosphere at Friday's game after practice Thursday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Vegas Wins Emotional Home Opener
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney, Steve Carp and David Schoen discuss Vegas' 5-2 win in its first regular season game inside T-Mobile Arena, including an emotional pregame ceremony and an impressive performance once the puck dropped.
Gallant: Tonight was the perfect night for our group
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant says the home opener for the hockey team was the 'perfect night'. The team defeated the Arizona Coyotes, 5-2.
James Neal says this win was important for the Golden Knights and for Las Vegas
Vegas Golden Knights left wing James Neal explains how important the team's home opener was to him and for Las Vegans to help with the healing process for the city.
Engelland says the goal he scored was 'probably the biggest of his career'
Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Deryk Engelland reflects on his performance and the team's and talks about the goal he scored in the 1st period of the team's home opener.
Bill Foley proud of team's effort on and off the ice at home opener
Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley discusses how the team decided to honor first responders and victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas and how proud he is of the team's efforts on and off the ice.
Commissioner Bettman on what it took to bring hockey to Las Vegas, how it's helped fans
Golden Knights' George Mcphee on Vadim Shipachyov not being on roster
Golden Knights general manager George McPhee addressed the media on Monday, Oct. 1, 2017, about forward Vadim Shipachyov not being on the roster. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on Vadim Shipachyov
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on Vadim Shipachyov after practice on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017, at City National Arena. (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.
Clayton Stoner anxious for Golden Knights training camp to begin
Defenseman Clayton Stoner is hoping to bounce back from abdominal surgery and make the Golden Knights roster. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Alex Tuch talks about Golden Knights rookie camp
Forward Alex Tuch has played well at the Golden Knights rookie camp. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Reid Duke ready to lead at Golden Knights rookie camp
Free agent forward Reid Duke's goal is to make the NHL this season with the Golden Knights. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Rocky Thompson is ready for Golden Knights rookie camp
Chicago Wolves coach Rocky Thompson will oversee the Golden Knights rookie camp at City National Arena in Las Vegas. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith on giving back to community
Golden Knights forward Reilly Smith speaks at the Coast X Coast Foundation's Ride for the Fallen on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, at Pkwy Tavern. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering The Cage
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.
Covering the Cage Facebook Live: UFC 215 Recap and Rousey's Future
Heidi Fang and Adam Hill discuss the main card fights of UFC 215 and the future of Ronda Rousey's career in WWE.
Covering the Cage: Nunes, Shevchenko, and Rousey WWE?
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang break down UFC 215. They discuss the fights between Amanda Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko, Demetrious Johnson and Ray Borg, and Ronda Rousey potentially going into WWE.
Ferguson says he'll 'embarrass' Kevin Lee at UFC 216
Tony Ferguson will face Kevin Lee for the interim UFC lightweight belt in Las Vegas on Oct. 7 at UFC 216. Ferguson said at media day on Aug. 24 that he plans to embarrass his opponent come fight night.
Covering the Cage: Mayweather-McGregor Weigh-In and Predictions
Heidi Fang, Adam Hill and Gilbert Manzano discuss their thoughts from the final weigh-in before Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor square off in T-Mobile Arena on August 26. The trio also make predictions on who they think will come out victorious on Saturday night.
Mayweather vs McGregor Weigh-Ins
Mayweather and McGregor both made weight today. Mayweather weighs a total of 149.5 pounds and McGregor weighs 153 pounds. The fight will take place this Saturday in Las Vegas
Covering the Cage: UFC 215 and 216 Media Day
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang discuss their thoughts from UFC's media day held for the upcoming cards that included a few intense moments during staredowns. They also talk a little about the upcoming weigh-ins for the fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor.
Open workouts: Gervonta Davis vs. Francisco Fonseca
In the co-main event of the Mayweather vs. McGregor pay-per-view boxing card, IBF junior lightweight champion Gervonta Davis will defend his belt against challenger Francisco Fonseca.
Open workouts: Andrew Tabiti vs. Steve Cunningham
Andrew Tabiti, who did his open workout with Floyd Mayweather, Sr., and Steve Cunningham will square off for the vacant USBA cruiserweight belt on Aug. 26 as part of the Mayweather-McGregor main card.
Open workouts: Nathan Cleverly and Badou Jack
Highlights from the open workouts of WBA light heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly who is putting his belt on the line against Badou Jack.
McGregor-Mayweather press conference highlights
UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor and undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather spoke to media and faced off prior to their Aug. 26 showdown at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Heidi Fang Las Vegas Review-Journal @HeidiFang.
Covering the Cage: Mayweather-McGregor Press Conference Recap
Adam Hill, Heidi Fang and Ed Graney discuss their thoughts on the Mayweather-McGregor press conference.
Dana White says McGregor-Mayweather will break records
UFC president Dana White says Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather's boxing match will break every combat sports record that exists.
Dana White says it's "sad" to look at Jon Jones' potential and what could've been
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was flagged by USADA for a potential doping violation. UFC president Dana White reflects on what could've been with Jones, what fights they were planning to make and what's next for the division.
Jeff Novitzky comments on Jon Jones' potential doping violation
UFC vice president of athlete health and development Jeff Novitzky spoke to media about UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones being flagged by USADA for apotential violation of the UFC’s anti-doping policy. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering the Cage: Grand Arrivals for Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather
The time is almost here for a two-division UFC champion to collide with an undefeated boxer. Here's a look at the grand arrivals from Las Vegas with Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering the Cage: Mayweather and McGregor arrive in Las Vegas
For Covering the Cage, Heidi Fang, Adam Hill, and Gilbert Manzano report from outside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas as Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor make their grand arrivals. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering The Cage: Urijah Faber on retirement, Mayweather-McGregor fight week
Review-Journal sports reporter Adam Hill and videographer Heidi Fang returned Tuesday for their weekly UFC and MMA update on the Covering The Cage Facebook page. This week the pair welcomed UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber to talk about his retirement and also previewed the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor megafight. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering The Cage: Mayweather-McGregor media days, Frank Mir to Bellator
The Review-Journal's Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap of last week’s media days for Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor ahead of their megabout at T-Mobile Arena on Aug. 26, and talk Frank Mir signing with Bellator in the latest weekly update on the Covering the Cage Facebook. (Las Vegas Review-Journal
Covering the Cage: Conor McGregor media day
The Review-Journal's Adam Hill and Heidi Fang bring you the highlights from Conor McGregor's media day ahead of his fight with Floyd Mayweather. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering the Cage: Cormier-Jones, GSP-Bisping, TUF 26 cast
Review-Journal sports reporter Adam Hill and videographer Heidi Fang talked Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones, Georges St-Pierre and Michael Bisping and The Ultimate Fighter season 26 cast during their live weekly update on Covering The Cage Facebook page. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering The Cage with UFC fighter Julian Marquez
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang returned Thursday for their weekly UFC and MMA update on the Covering The Cage Facebook page. This week, the pair welcomed new UFC fighter Julian Marquez. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering the Cage: UFC 214 Wrap Up
Covering the Cage: Adam Hill recaps Jon Jones' third-round knockout of Daniel Cormier at UFC 214 for the light-heavyweight title at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.
UFC 214 Open Workouts
Open Workouts and interactions between fans and fighters at UFC 214 in La Mirada, California.
Nevada Preps
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)
Nevada Preps: Basic at Green Valley highlights
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz recaps tonight's Basic at Green Valley football game. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps Week: 8 Preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson bring you a preview of some of the games to watch this week for high school football including Spring Mountain and Pahranagat Valley and Faith Lutheran at Shadow Ridge.
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)
Nevada Preps: A Young Desert Pines Team Grows, Earns Team of the Week
Ben Gotz talks to Desert Pines after a win over Mojave about how the young roster has grown over the course of the season in its quest for another state title.
Nevada Preps: Week 7 Wrap-Up
Ben Gotz, Elaine Wilson, Sam Gordon and Zac Pacleb go over highlights and news from another week of high school football in southern Nevada.
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)
Canyon Springs Tops Las Vegas
Zac Pacleb brings the highlights from Cayon Springs big 44-14 win over Las Vegas High School.
Nevada Preps: Week 7 Preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson brings you this weeks preview of Friday's high school football games.
Nevada Preps: Foothill football off to 5-0 start
Foothill players and coaches talk about the team's 5-0 start and matchup with Liberty at Foothill High School on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2017. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Mojave's overtime win earns Team of the Week honors
Ben Gotz talks to Mojave coach and players following the Rattlers overtime win over Sunrise Mountain.
Nevada Preps Week 6: Facebook Live
Elaine Wilson and Ben Gotz bring you the highlights of the biggest games from Thursday night high school football including an intense game between Sunrise Mountain and Mojave, Liberty at Green Valley, Shadow-Ridge at Cimarron-Memorial and Basic at Silverado.
Nevada Preps: Mojave Narrowly Escapes Defeat 34-28
Ben Gotz brings you some of the hightlights from tonight's intense game between Mojave and Sunrise Mountain, which went into to overtime with the score at 28 to 28.
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
Basic Comes Back with a Win over Silverado
In Basic's first game back since its brawl with Canyon Springs, the Wolves topped the Silverado Skyhawks with a late score.
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: Faith Lutheran's Comeback Win Earns Team of the Week Honors
Ben Gotz talks to Faith Lutheran following the Crusaders big comeback against Palo Verde, winning despite trailing the Panthers 17 points in the second half.
Nevada Preps Preview: Week 6
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson of Nevada Preps preview Week 6 of high school football. They go over the matchup between Faith Lutheran and Legacy, Shadow Ridge and Cimarron-Memorial and the differences between the quarterbacks of Liberty and Green Valley.
Nevada Preps Week 5: Sunrise Mountain Upset and Faith Lutheran Comeback
Elaine Wilson and Ben Gotz go over the highlights from today's football games. They go over Arbor View dominating Shadow Ridge, Faith Lutheran making a comeback against Palo Verde and Virgin Valley getting the upset against Sunrise Mountain.
Nevada Preps: Centennial vs. Legacy
Zac Pacleb has the highlights of Legacy's 35-14 victory over the winless Centennial Bulldogs.
Nevada Preps: Arbor View at Shadow Ridge
Justin Emerson goes over some of the highlights from Arbor View at Shadow Ridge, where the Aggies dominated Shadow Ridge showing why they are one of the top teams in the northwest league.
Nevada Preps: Palo Verde at Faith Lutheran
Faith Lutheran was down in the beginning but they quickly showed why they need to be taken seriously. Sam Gordon goes over the highlights of the Palo Verde at Faith Lutheran game.
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)
Nevada Preps: Week 5 Preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview this weeks matchups in high school football. They go over the aftermath of the Basic and Canyon Springs incident and discuss the game between Arbor View and Shadow Ridge.
Nevada Preps: Cimarron-Memorial's comeback win earns Team of the Week Honors
Ben Gotz talks to Cimarron-Memorial, who earned Team of the Week honors after a dramatic, last-second comeback victory over Centennial.
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.
No. 12 Bishop Gorman closes national schedule with win over No. 6 De La Salle
Head coach Kenny Sanchez is proud of the team's 2-2 start and is confident going into league play. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, Sept 16
SATURDAY'S HEADLINES: Fight ends in pepper spray after high school football game, father and son shot, gang member found guilty of murder
Fight Breaks Out During Canyon Springs at Basic Football Game
A horrific scene transpired at Basic High School when chaos erupted between the two teams during the football game. CCSD police pepper sprayed students and staff to break up the fight, with many children leaving in tears. Sam Gordon breaks down what he saw during the intense moment. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps covers fight, pepper spray at high school football game
Nevada Preps week 4 recap Facebook Live coverage of Basic-Canyon Springs football game, where a fight broke out and police responded with pepper spray. Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz and videographer Elaine Wilson reporting.
Fight Breaks Out During Canyon Springs at Basic Game
A fight broke out during the game between Canyon Springs and Basic High School. CCSD police broke up the fight by pepper spraying students and one of the coaches from Canyon Springs. Ben Gotz reports on the latest information about the fight.
Nevada Preps: Arbor View Runs over Faith Lutheran
Review-Journal reporter Elaine Wilson recaps Arbor View's 27-24 win over Faith Lutheran. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps Week 4: Foothill Takes On Chaparral
In week four of Nevada Preps, Foothill takes on Chaparral with the Cowboys making a few key mistakes that gave the momentum to their opponents. Ben Gotz brings you some of the highlights from tonights game.
Nevada Preps: Nellems, Shadow Ridge run over Las Vegas
Shadow Ridge beats Las Vegas, 47-13, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, led by running back Aubrey Nellems' three touchdowns in the first half. (Zac Pacleb/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps Week 4: Durango at Coronado Highlights
Game highlights from Durango's game against Coronado during Nevada Preps' Week 4. Coronado won 20-6. (Morgan Liberman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Arbor View football ready for Faith Lutheran
Arbor View football players and coaches discuss their matchup Friday against Faith Lutheran at Arbor View High School on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps Week 4 Preview: Gorman and De La Salle
Las Vegas Review-Journal's Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview week three of Nevada Preps. They go over how Gorman can come back from their losing streak against De La Salle and Faith Lutheran's match up versus Arbor View. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Green Valley beats Faith Lutheran in Overtime, Earns Team of the Week Honors
Ben Gotz visits Green Valley to discuss the Gators' overtime win over Faith Lutheran that ended past midnight because of weather delays.
Bishop Gorman loses second straight to Miami Central, 24-20
The Gaels haven't lost two games in a row since their last game of the 2005 season and their first game of the 2006 season. They also haven't lost a home game since 2013. (Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Chaparral at Eldorado
After a two hour lightning delay, Chapparal at Eldorado began their game with the Cowboys coming at Sundevils with full force. Ben Gotz brings the highlights from tonights game.
Green Valley set to take on Faith Lutheran
Green Valley players and coaches discuss their matchup Friday at Faith Lutheran at Green Valley High School on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Coronado at Shadow Ridge highlights
Best plays and touchdowns from Coronado at Shadow Ridge football game Friday night. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Faith Lutheran football set for the new season
Faith Lutheran quarterback Sagan Gronauer and coach Vernon Fox discuss the team's trip to Colorado. Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 at Faith Lutheran. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Canyon Springs football prepares for its opener
Canyon Springs senior Diamante Burton and coach Gus McNair discuss their expectations for the upcoming season. Tuesday, Aug. 22 at Canyon Springs High. (Damon Seiters/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Trey Woodbury talks about playing in his last AAU tournament
Trey Woodbury, a top basketball recruit in Nevada, talks about playing in his last AAU tournament of his high school career. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Betting
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.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 2
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Boyd Gaming sports book director Bob Scucci talk about their best bets for the second week of NFL football in this weeks sports betting spotlight. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football Week 3
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Boyd Gaming sports book director Bob Scucci talk about their best bets for the third week of college football in this weeks sports betting spotlight. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Denver Broncos 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the Denver Broncos. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Miami Dolphins 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the Miami Dolphins. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: New York Jets 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the New York Jets. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week One 2017 Season
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart (@kellyinvegas) and Matthew Holt discuss their top picks for the first week of the NFL in this Sports Betting Spotlight.
Sports Betting Spotlight: New England Patriots 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the New England Patriots. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Kansas City Chiefs 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the Kansas City Chiefs. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Buffalo Bills 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the Buffalo Bills. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Oakland Raiders 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the Raiders. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
College Sports Betting Spotlight: Alabama, Florida State and UCLA
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and VP of CG Technology Sports Books Matthew Holt preview the first week of the college football season. They go over the biggest bets including Alabama, Florida State and UCLA. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Arizona Cardinals 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Cardinals’ season in the 24th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Philadelphia Eagles 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Eagles’ season in the 23rd of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Seattle Seahawks 2017 Season Preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Seahawks’ season in the 21st of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Dallas Cowboys 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Cowboys’ season in the 20th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Washington Redskins 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Redskins’ season in the 19th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: San Francisco 49ers
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart, and Johnny Avello look at the San Francisco 49ers in today's sports betting spotlight at the newly redesigned Wynn Sports Book. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Detroit Lions 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito preview the Lions’ season in the 15th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Carolina Panthers 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito preview the Panthers’ season in the 14th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito preview the Buccaneers' season in the 13th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Minnesota Vikings 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito preview the Vikings’ season in the 12th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Atlanta Falcons 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito preview the Falcons’ season in the 11th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: New Orleans Saints 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito preview the Saints’ season in the 10th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Chicago Bears 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito preview the Bears’ season in the ninth of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Houston Texans 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Texans’ season in the eighth of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Baltimore Ravens 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Ravens’ season in the seventh of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Cincinnati Bengals 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Bengals’ season in the fifth of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Cleveland Browns 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Browns’ season in the fourth of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: 2017 Indianapolis Colts
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Colts’ season in the third of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Tennessee Titans 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Titans’ season in the second of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Pittsburgh Steelers 2017 season preview
The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and Wynn sports book director Johnny Avello preview the Steelers’ season in the first of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Premier Vegas Sports
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)
Judge at center of Canelo-GGG draw controversy is under review
Adalaide Byrd, the judge who produced a controversial scorecard following the megafight between Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin Saturday, is under review, according to the head of the Nevada Athletic Commission. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
GGG promoter and trainer talk about Saturday's fight with Canelo
Gennady Golovkin makes an appearance at the Hublot Boutique at The Shops at Crystals. His promoter and trainer talk about their thoughts on GGG's fight against Canelo Saturday night. (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @jajuarezphoto
Canelo-GGG Ends in Draw
Ed Graney and Gilbert Manzano discuss the controversial draw between Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, which included Adelaide Byrd shocking 118-110 score in favor of Alvarez.
Vegas Premier Sports: Canelo vs. GGG Weigh in Recap
Gilbert Manzano and Bryan Salmond of the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Premier Vegas Sports discuss the Canelo vs. GGG weigh in.
Canelo-GGG weigh-in highlights
Both fighters involved in the main event of the Sept. 16 boxing event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Gennady "GGG" Golovkin, weighed in and faced off at the MGM Grand on Friday.
Bernard Hopkins compares Mayweather-McGregor and Canelo-GGG fights
Bernard Hopkins, former two-division champion and part owner of Golden Boy Promotions, talks at the MGM Grand Copperfield Theater on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, about the comparison of the Mayweather-McGregor fight and the upcoming Canelo-GGG fight. (Ed Graney/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Canelo and GGG press conference highlights
The final press conference for Canelo and GGG at the David Copperfield Theater, located inside the MGM Grand. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin Arrive at MGM
Canelo Alvarez and Gennady "Triple G" Golovkin arrived at MGM Grand on Tuesday. This is Alvarez's biggest challenge since he lost to Floyd Mayweather in 2013. Golovkin has said said he wants to remembered like Marvin Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard. The two square off in a middleweight title fight on September 16.
The arrivals Canelo and GGG
Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Gennady "GGG" Golovkin made their grand arrivals at the MGM Grand lobby Tuesday afternoon. Canelo and GGG will face off Saturday night. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gennady 'GGG' set to fight Canelo Alvarez on September 16
Gennady Golovkin is preparing for his Las Vegas debut against Canelo Alvarez. The Review-Journal was able to interview the GGG team and get a look at his training in Big Bear, Calif. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Oscar De La Hoya on MayMac; 'Canelo,' GGG on upcoming fight
Oscar De La Hoya, Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin address the media during public workouts in Los Angeles on Monday, Aug. 28, 2017. (Gilbert Manzano/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
News
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, October 17th
Tuesday's headlines: man dies as he's arriving at church, judge split on $3M poker exchange, Clark County starts process of installing steel posts on Las Vegas Strip. Elaine Wilson/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)
Las Vegas morning update for Saturday, October 14th
Saturday's headlines: Sheriff Lombardo and MGM in agreement on latest Las Vegas shooting timeline, Mandalay Bay security guard skips TV interviews after Las Vegas shooting, Conspiracy crowd working overtime since Las Vegas shooting
Las Vegas morning update for Thursday, October 12th
Thursday's headlines: Hotel workers re-evaluating "do not disturb", maintenance worker helps police find shooter, shooting victim recovering from gunshot wound to head. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, October 11th
Wednesday's headlines: Sheriff provides new details on mass shooting, MGM disputes new shooting timeline, man kills woman who he thinks is law enforcement. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Mother of Las Vegas shooting victim talks about her daughter's experience
A therapist who has helped Metro officers recover from traumatic experiences in the past talks about her daughter who was shot during the festival.
Where to donate to Las Vegas shooting victims and their families
There are several ways to donate: — GoFundMe Direct Impact Fund: www.gofundme.com/HelpLasVegas — Online at www.NationalCompassionFund.org — By mail. Make checks payable to the National Compassion Fund Las Vegas and send to: — National Center for Victims of Crime, ATTN: National Compassion Fund Las Vegas, 2000 M Street, NW, Suite 480, Washington, DC 20036
Metro officer shot responding to Las Vegas Strip shooting
Las Vegas Metro officer Brady Cook was shot while responding to the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting on the Strip on his second day of field training. (Elizabeth Brumley Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, Oct 10
Tuesday's headlines: Mandalay Bay security guard shot before mass shooting, Marine vet who stole truck to transport shooting victims to hospital receives free truck, Las Vegas firm files lawsuit against bump stock company
Latest police briefing reveals new details surrounding Las Vegas shooting
Sheriff Joe Lombardo told reporters that Stephen Paddock checked into his hotel room 3 days earlier than previously reported and that Paddock had shot a security guard prior to the mass shooting starting. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Therapy dogs come to Las Vegas to help shooting victims
Dogs from around the country are stationed at the Family Assistance Center at the Las Vegas Convention Center to help victims cope with the mass shooting on October 1. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Church LV members look for closure after mass shooting
At a Sunday night event geared toward millennials, Pastor Benny Perez told a a crowded rented retail space at 918 S. Main St. that God does not exist to inflict pain on humanity. The tragedy happened because "there is evil in the world." (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A litany against violence
Rev. Barry Vaughn, with the Christ Church Episcopal, gave a litany against gun violence in the wake of the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that took the lives of 58 people. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Pastor talks about Stephen Paddock
At Discovery Church in North Las Vegas, Pastor Dean Sanner, who doubles as a local police chaplain told attendees that authorities wouldn’t be able to explain the shooter’s motives. “Man is evil at its core, make no mistake about it,” Sanner declared. “God’s Word tells us that we are born into sin. Oh, can we do good things? We can, just like the shooter did… Just because somebody does good things doesn’t mean they don’t have a sin nature … It’s not until we get Christ in our heart that He begins to eradicate that and clean us up.” (Harrison Keely/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Healing through celebration service after deadly shooting
Members of the First African-Methodist Episcopal Church came together Sunday to celebrate life and honor the victims of last Sunday's deadly mass shooting that killed 58 people. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas police hope to close gender, race gaps
A historically white male-dominated profession, the gender gap remains a defining factor for law enforcement in the Las Vegas Valley. As of July 2017, Metro records show women accounted for roughly 12 percent of the department’s 3,706 commissioned officers, which include detectives, public information officers and corrections officers. This means, according to Metro’s most recent demographic reports, the department is made up of 3,242 male officers and just 464 women officers. Jasmen Jackson speaks. (Rio Lacanlale/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas volunteers build healing garden
Hundreds of volunteers have built a community healing garden in downtown Las Vegas. In just four days, a vacant lot transformed into a small park. 58 trees were planted — one for each victim. Flowers planted in a heart shape encircle “the healing tree.” A remembrance wall holds photos and mementos. Now friends, family, and loved ones have a place to come to. The healing garden is on a half-acre piece of property the city owned at 1015 S. Casino Center Blvd.
Mesquite has little to offer in understanding Las Vegas gunman
A team of Review-Journal reporters were in Mesquite looking into Stephen Paddock's past on Friday. They report on what they found during their interviews at businesses and with Mesquite officials.
Vegas shooting has bone-chilling parallels to University of Texas tower slaughter
The mass shooting from the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas has bone-chilling parallels to the 1966 University of Texas tower slaughter. 51 years ago a sniper used the advantage of height to rain bullets down on people below. Charles Whitman killed 15 people and injured 31 from the 28th floor at the University of Texas, Austin. It was the first modern mass shooting in the United States. The Las Vegas massacre is the first mass shooting by a gunman from an elevated position since then. Authorities now have to worry about how to deal with potential copycat shooters. “This is a game-changer in the modern era... We have to be concerned about it. We have to create an entire new strategy.” David Shepherd, retired FBI agent
Las Vegas morning update for Friday, October 6th
Friday's headlines: Tannerite found in Paddock's home similar to compound used in NYC bombing, SUV wanted after Las Vegas shooting found, crosses and vigil at Welcome to Las Vegas sign (Rochelle Richards/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Out-of-town visitors reflect on Las Vegas shooting
Janene and Paul Paulidor came to Las Vegas to celebrate their 31st anniversary. “It was hard to celebrate knowing that people lost their lives and such a tragic event occurred,” Janene said. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Tattoo shop offers $50 Las Vegas-themed tattoos following shooting
Club Tattoo is offering $50 Vegas-themed tattoos through October 9. All proceeds will be donated to the Las Vegas Victims Fund. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Crews battle fire at vacant Moulin Rouge property
Firefighters are fighting a two-alarm blaze early Thursday morning. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Black Mountain Golf Course's Lynn Starr
Black Mountain Golf Course's Lynn Starr
How Paddock's anti-anxiety meds work
Chief Medical Officer of the Las Vegas Recovery Center, Dr. Mel Pohl, sits down with the Review-Journal to describe the side effects of an anti-anxiety medication called diazepam. (Gabriella Benavidez/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas man loads wounded into truck after deadly shooting
Raymond Page, a Clark County traffic technician, loaded wounded people into his Clark County truck and drove them to a nearby ambulance. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
President Donald Trump arrives in Las Vegas following mass shooting
President Donald Trump arrives in Las Vegas following mass shooting. Briana Erickson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas shooter was prescribed anti-anxiety medication in June
Wednesday's latest news regarding Las Vegas mass shooting. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Police confirm photos leaked online were from hotel room of Las Vegas shooter
Police confirm photos leaked online were from hotel room of Las Vegas shooter. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas police release bodycam footage from shooting attack
Las Vegas police release multiple bodycam videos from Sunday's Strip shooting. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Politics
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
Henderson mayor, councilwoman face ethics complaint
Debra March largely focused on government transparency during her campaign for mayor of Henderson. Now, less than three months after taking the reigns of the city, an ethics complaint accuses March and Councilwoman Gerri Schroder of failing to comply with transparency rules. The complaint states that March and Schroder failed to disclose their relationships with the Henderson Community Foundation during City Council votes related to the foundation. A Henderson resident who wishes to be anonymous filed the complaint last week with the Nevada Commission on Ethics.
The Right Take: Schwartz Running As Outsider
Gubernatorial candidate Dan Schwartz hopes Republicans value his persona over his policies. (Victor Joecks/Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Right Take: Democrats and DACA
Democrats seeking political gain are now the biggest barrier to legal status for those who registered with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. (Victor Joecks)
The Right Take: Separation of Powers
Having a supervisor approve pay increases is a basic accountability measure. No wonder so many Nevada politicians want to bypass the government-version of that, called the separation of powers. (Victor Joecks)
Victor Joecks: National writers look down their noses at megafight, Las Vegas
If you want a textbook example of national media elites looking down on Middle America, look no further than this week’s New York Times hit piece on Saturday night’s Mayweather-McGregor megafight. (Victor Joecks)
Heller talks about adjustments to Nevada monuments
Nevada Sen. Dean Heller said Monday that “minor” changes are coming for two of Nevada’s national monuments, Gold Butte and Basin and Range. (Colton Lochhead/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Basque Fry Republican rally and bbq in Gardnerville, Nevada
Third annual Basque Fry held at Corley Ranch in Gardnerville, Nevada on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph
Victor Joecks: 4 reasons Tarkanian can beat Heller
History says Danny Tarkanian is wasting his time challenging Sen. Dean Heller in next year’s Republican primary. but past trends ignore the unique problems Heller faces in his re-election bid. (Victor Joecks/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Victor Joecks: Dems Mad Over Recall
Nevada Democrats are in an uproar over Nevada Republicans exercising their constitutional rights.
Monument advocates voice concern following Zinke's visit to Nevada
Following Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's shortened visit to Nevada, national monument advocates voiced their concern and frustration. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
LGBTQ advocates react to Trump's transgender military ban
Workers at The Center in Las Vegas react to Donald Trump's announcement that transgender people will no longer be able to serve in the military. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Senator Dean Heller votes yes to begin Obamacare debate
After previously voicing opposition, Senator Dean Heller voted "yes" to let debate begin on repealing Obamacare. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Business
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.
Construction comes to life at Raiders Stadium site in Las Vegas
Construction activity is coming to life at the Raiders Stadium site in Las Vegas. Heavy vehicles, cranes and water trucks were visible at the site at Russell Road and Dean Martin Drive, just west of Interstate 15. A formal groundbreaking for the $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium is expected in late November. Plans indicate the stadium will be 225 feet tall with 10 levels. It is also expected to gave a see-through video wall.
Frank Abagnale gives fraud lecture with Nevada AARP
Frank Abagnale gives a fraud lecture with the Nevada AARP. Morgan Lieberman/Las Vegas Review-Journal
World's first employee-owned brothel?
A group of prostitutes soon could be co-owners of a legal brothel in Nye County. 70-year-old Dennis Hof is in talks to buy the 17-bed Chicken Ranch brothel in Pahrump. To help raise capital, he’s offering his independent contractors a stake in the company. “The goal is to have the first employee-owned brothel in the world.” Dennis Hof Three prostitutes have already agreed to invest $500,000 in the Chicken Ranch. Hof said he’s aiming to raise $2.25 million.
Solar Power International 2017
A look at the 14th annual Solar Power International show at the Mandalay Bay Conference Center, Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. (Todd Prince/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Drone companies do live demos at Henderson test site
Nevada State College, NAIS and the City of henderson hosted several drone manufacturers for live demonstrations at the Henderson Unmanned Vehicle Range, or HUVR.
Tallest building on Las Vegas Strip sold
One of the tallest buildings in Las Vegas has been sold. The partially built Fontainebleau hotel has been sold to real estate investment firms Witkoff and New Valley. Billionaire Carl Icahn sold the property for $600 million after buying it for around $150 million during the recession. Witkoff has not said what it plans to do with the property. It also did not say what the new name might be. John Knott, a former listing broker for Fontainebleau, said it would cost $900 million to $1.6 billion to complete. The Fontainebleau was originally envisioned as a $2.8 billion, 3,815-room project. Amenities were slated to include 24 restaurants and lounges, a spa and casino, and a 3,300-seat performance hall. Construction began in 2007. The hotel was slated to open in 2009 but the project went bankrupt.
Here's what's changing at Whole Foods after Amazon purchase
Discounts and rewards abound after Amazon finalized its purchase of Whole Foods Monday. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
ReliaQuest CEO Brian Murphy
ReliaQuest's CEO and founder Brian Murphy talks about the company's adjustments to a new office in Las Vegas.
Entertainment
Five must-see acts at Life is Beautiful 2017
Muse, MGMT, The XX, Chance the Rapper, Gorillaz
Zak Bagans wants you to visit the spirits in his Haunted Museum in downtown Las Vegas
Zak Bagans is set to open The Haunted Museum in early October in downtown Las Vegas. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
A day in the life of a Cirque du Soleil aerialist
Brandon Pereyda, a Vegas native, is a headliner and aerialist in Cirque du Soleil's Zumanity. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Snapchat Spectacles vending machine hits Las Vegas
Snapbot, the vending machine/kiosk for Snapchat Spectacles, arrived at The Linq Promenade Tuesday morning. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, August 1st
1. North Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal shooting in the Aliante master-planned community. Police say someone in a white pickup truck shot at the victim in the road after an altercation. The man shot was in critical condition and later died at University Medical Center. No arrests have been made. 2. Las Vegas City Council is considering a measure to let adult sex stores expand in downtown Las Vegas. The new measure would allow adult emporiums that draw at least 35 percent of revenue from books, magazines, sexual novelties, photos and videos to expand or alter stores. Councilman Bob Coffin says he believes the measure will help improve the area. 3. The Killers played a pop-up show on the Las Vegas Strip last night that aired on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Fans lined up early to catch the 10-song set outside of Caesars Palace, parts of which aired on Monday's late night show.
Local band pulls from R&B and Rock roots
Las Vegas band, Shanda and the Howlers talk about their music, putting the band together and camaraderie.
Comic-Con Fandom Fest at Petco Park
Comic-Con Fandom Fest is free to anyone and offers fans a chance to experience their favorite movies and TV shows up close. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
 
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