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Pyeongchang celebrates at Olympic closing ceremony
After 16 days of sliding, skating, jumping and sweeping, the Pyeongchang Games have come to a close with one last party. The Winter Olympics concluded Sunday night with a bash at the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium, a final hurrah for the venue before it's demolished. The show included a rocking guitar solo, roller skating panda bears and performances from K-pop super group EXO and singer CL. DJ Martin Garrix from the Netherlands performed at the ceremony as well. Performers carried lights and danced throughout the ceremony. Athletes took photos with each other to celebrate. International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, center, handed the Olympic flag to the mayor of Beijing, China, Chen Jining, during the closing ceremony. Performers dressed as pandas took the stage as Beijing was celebrated as the next host city for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Twitter Version of HOMEFOLOS
Twitter version of shortened HOMEFOLOS piece. Please use longer version titled "Woman Dies After Placement In Unlicensed Group Home" for facebook.
Lights Out: Las Vegas Lights Fall 4-2 To D.c. United
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz goes over the Las Vegas Lights 4-2 loss to D.C. United and Freddy Adu's debut.
Las Vegas Lights React To Loss Against D.C. United
Las Vegas Lights head coach and Miguel Garduno go over their loss to the D.C. United.
Las Vegas Lights Vs D.C. United Highlights
Highlights of the Las Vegas Lights 4-2 loss against D.C. United.
2018 Southern Nevada state basketball champions
XXXX Southern Nevada basketball teams won state titles in 2018 4A Boys: Bishop Gorman (20th overall, seventh in a row) 4A Girls: Centennial (10th overall, fourth in a row) 3A Boys: Desert Pines (Third overall, second in a row) 2A Boys: Democracy Prep (Fifth overall, second in a row) 1A Boys: Spring Mountain (Second overall, last 2015) 1A Girls: Pahranagat Valley (16th overall, last 2015) Churchill County (3A Girls) was the lone Northern Nevada winner and White Pine (2A Girls ) were the Northern Nevada winners
UNLV begins three-game final stretch
UNLV tries to recover from two bad losses The Rebels next head to New Mexico They finish the regular season at Utah State Coach Marvin Menzies has been in similar spots Maybe the Rebels will end the season strong
Woman Dies After Placement In Unlicensed Group Home
Rayshauna Roy, who was suffering from mental health issues, was admitted to a North Vista Hospital on a Legal 2000 hold, which is issued when someone is considered a danger to themselves or others. Instead of calling her family, the hospital called Eileen Lee, who has no professional medical experience, to place her in a "independent living" home. Roy was found dead the next day. (Andrea Cornejo)
Runners bring some color to downtown Las Vegas
Runners enjoy the festivities during the Color Run in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday. (Kimber Laux)
Kathy Olivier talks about the win over New Mexico
Kathy Olivier talks about the win over New Mexico on Feb. 24, 2018, at Cox Pavilion. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nick Garritano notches career win No. 600
College of Southern Nevada's Nick Garritano has achieved a career milestone with his 600th baseball coaching win He thanked his family, players and assistant coaches during a ceremony at Morse Stadium in Henderson Garritano coached Green Valley High to two state championships He took CSN to the 2017 JUCO World Series Known as "Nick the Kick," he was a star field-goal kicker at UNLV More accolades may be on the way as CSN won its 13th straight game Friday
Las Vegas Morning Update For Sunday, February 25th
Sunday's headlines: Man injured after falling from escalator in downtown Las Vegas, Pot amnesty boxes greet travelers at Las Vegas airport (Rochelle Richards/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant hopeful of getting Shea Theodore back soon
The defenseman skated Saturday after taking ill a week ago. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Marc-Andre Fleury says he feels great
The Golden Knights goaltender has played 10 straight games and 15 of the team’s last 16. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Morning Update For Saturday, February 24
Saturday's headlines: Las Vegas Valley gets first touch of white winter, Student arrested over threats against Las Vegas middle school, 51s break ground on Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin (Rochelle Richards/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jamal Bey leads Bishop Gorman to 7th consecutive state boys title
Jamal Bey had 21 points and seven rebounds as Bishop Gorman beat Bishop Manogue 62-41 to claim the Class 4A boys state basketball title. It was Gorman’s seventh consecutive title.
Centennial wins 4th straight state title in OT thriller
Centennial girls basketball rallied from down 15 points in the fourth quarter to force overtime and win 74-65 against Liberty. (Justin Emerson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Edge: Knights wrap up homestand with a win
Bryan Salmond and Steve Carp discuss the Golden Knights 6-3 win over the Canucks, including Tomas Hyka's first goal as well as a tricky trade that helped the Golden Knights improve.
Golden Knights players react to news that Ryan Reaves will join them
Marc-Andre Fleury and David Perron react to the news on forward Ryan Reaves coming to join the Vegas Golden Knights and William Karlsson talks about the team's win over the Vancouver Canucks.
Coach Gallant on the Golden Knights acquiring Ryan Reaves
Following their 6-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks, Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant gave his thoughts on the team acquiring Ryan Reaves from the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Golden Knights easily take down Canucks
Bryan Salmond recaps the final game of the Golden Knights 7-game homestand, a 6-3 win over the Canucks.
Golden Knights GM talks about acquiring Ryan Reaves from the Pittsburgh Penguins
Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee explains how a three-way trade between the Knights, Ottawa Senators and Pittsburgh Penguins brought right wing Ryan Reaves from Pittsburgh to Vegas.
Capt. Ken Young urges kids not to start rumors
Capt. Ken Young urges kids not to make these types of statements or start rumors.
Capt. Ken Young makes statement to parents
Capt. Ken Young asks parents to know who their kids are talking to on social media.
Capt. Ken Young confirms threat
Capt. Ken Young makes a statement on a 16-year-old male student was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly threatening to shoot up Rancho High School in Las Vegas.
Vegas Nation: Raiders awarded four draft picks
Bryan Salmond goes over the news that of the Raiders being awarded four draft picks.
Golden Knights' Oscar Lindberg trying to break out of offensive slump
The Golden Knights forward hasn’t scored a goal since Dec. 23. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Students mobilize for school safety in Las Vegas
Students at Spring Valley High and other schools are planning events for March 14, the date of a national walkout over gun violence. (Amelia Pak-Harvey)
Architecture internship
Erick James, an architecture intern at KME Architects, talks about his experience working in the field.
Las Vegas Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Metro released 2017 crime numbers
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson and Rachel Crosby discuss the latest information released by the Metropolitan Police Department about Las Vegas' 2017 crime numbers.
Black History Month panel gives Las Vegas entrepreneurs advice
Five people with experience in business and government spoke Friday to the Urban Chamber of Commerce in Las Vegas Among their advice: line up potential clients before starting a business, attend networking events and seek advice from experts in the industry The chamber, founded in 1980, has hundreds of members and focuses on the welfare of black-owned businesses in Las Vegas
Detectives Seek To Identify Burglary Suspect
Spring Valley Area Command Patrol Detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a male who has been responsible for approximately eight burglaries in the area of Oakey Boulevard and Rancho Drive since January 2018. During these incidents, the suspect makes entry through a rear window or a sliding patio backdoor. The suspect is described as a black male between 20 and 30 years of age, slender with an athletic build. A vehicle of interest in these incidents is described as a white Nissan Pathfinder with a red and white bumper sticker.
Snowing In Las Vegas
Rebel Nation: Boxing referee Robert Byrd sings national anthem
Bryan Salmond talks to Robert Byrd, who spends time as a referee for marquee boxing matches as well as an usher at UNLV basketball games.
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Project Neon's "Main Event" to cause delays
The Nevada Department of Transportation Thursday announced the third phase of major road closures for "Project Neon," a $1 billion project to widen and redesign Interstate 15 from the U.S. Highway 95 interchange to Sahara Avenue.
Lights FC set for final preseason game
The Lights FC will play Major League Soccer's D.C. United at 8 p.m. Saturday at Cashman Field. It's the team's last game before its March 17 regular-season opener at Fresno FC. The Lights will be looking for a result after two preseason losses. They'll also have a lighter squad after trimming their roster from 30 to 22 players. Forward/attacking midfielder Gerardo Lugo was the most notable loss. All the guys that stay here have the opportunity to stay in the Las Vegas Lights now. No more cuts.
Vegas Coding School Hopes To Lead The Way Into Tech-driven Future
Gabe Shepherd, campus director at PunchCode in the Arts District of downtown Las Vegas, talks about how the company is educating tech talent to benefit companies coming to Vegas. (Patrick Connolly/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada's tech talent
Nevada is 13,325 jobs short of the top 10 in-demand information technology ecosystem occupations.
White House on Lockdown After Vehicle Hits Security Barrier
White House on Lockdown After Vehicle Hits Security Barrier The woman was immediately apprehended, causing security around the complex to be heightened. No shots were fired at the scene and the vehicle did not breach the security barrier.
Snowfall In Las Vegas
Las Vegas Ballpark breaks ground
The Las Vegas 51s throw a celebration to break ground on their new stadium in Summerlin.
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Lights FC plan to play Freddy Adu against his former team
Former U.S. soccer prodigy Freddy Adu will likely make his Lights FC debut Saturday. The team plans to play Adu against his former team, D.C. United. I want to look at Freddy in the stadium, with the fans, with another important team (playing us). Adu was taken in the 2004 Major League Soccer SuperDraft by D.C. when he was 14-years-old. The attacking midfielder has played for 14 teams in eight countries since then. Now Adu is with the Lights to try to keep his career afloat.
Las Vegas bar serves French toast coated in Fruity Pebbles
A Las Vegas bar serves French toast kids (and adults) can only dream of! Born and Raised coats its Hendertucky Toast in Fruity Pebbles. First, the cereal is ground up in a food processor. Then, the batter is created with eggs, heavy cream, cinnamon and powdered sugar. The grill is coated with butter before dunking Texas toast in the batter, coating it in the cereal, and placing it on the grill. Once the toast is cooked on both sides, it's time for toppings. Hendertucky French toast is topped with whipped cream, strawberries and blueberries. It's finished with whiskey maple syrup. Would you try this?
Chumlee of ‘Pawn Stars’ pursues weight loss through surgery
Chumlee of ‘Pawn Stars’ pursues weight loss through surgery. The 35-year-old cable sensation decided to have gastric-bypass surgery Feb. 15. In early 2014, Chumlee’s friend and fellow “Pawn Star” Corey Harrison underwent lap-band surgery and dropped nearly 200 pounds. In his own weight-loss campaign, Chumlee says he plans to hang a poster of Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, for post-surgery fitness motivation. “I want abs like that!” Chumlee says. “And I want a Brazilian butt-lift.”
Clark County residents show Florida support
Clark County residents are showing their support for Florida after a school shooting left 17 dead. (Rochelle Richards/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Tiny homes may be solution for Southern Nevada homeless
From the rear, the steel shipping container looks no different than the countless number traveling inside cargo holds across the world’s oceans. “I call it the not-so-tiny tiny home,” creator Arnold Stalk said. “You could put 100 of these on three-and-half, four acres in a community.” Stalk, founder of the Veterans Village housing complex in downtown Las Vegas, plans to start building 10 more of the shipping container homes on Monday. Stalk said he will lease the units to low-income veterans at his complex on 21st Street for no more than $650 a month, utilities included. Homeless advocates say Stalk’s initiative marks an important milestone for Southern Nevada.
NASCAR Hauler Parade returns to Las Vegas
Get ready, NASCAR fans, the Hauler Parade is returning to the Las Vegas Strip. The Hauler Parade, which will feature about 40 brightly colored 18-wheeler trucks, is back for this year’s NASCAR weekend. Beginning at 6 p.m. March 1, the haulers will make their way up Las Vegas Boulevard from the south end of the Strip to Sahara Boulevard then proceed to Interstate 15 to head to the speedway. NASCAR Weekend officially kicks off March 2 with the Stratosphere Qualifying and the Stratosphere 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck series.
Las Vegas Morning Update For Friday, February 23rd
Friday's headlines: Shooter on run after person injured at central Las Vegas bar, Las Vegas teen arrested after threatening shooting at Rancho High, Dog hurts girl during boarding for Southwest flight
Kentucky, Duke Now Implicated in FBI's NCAA Corruption Probe
Kentucky, Duke Now Implicated in FBI's NCAA Corruption Probe The FBI's investigation into corruption and bribery in college basketball has grown to include stars and universities like Miles Bridges, current NBA rookies Dennis Smith Jr., Markelle Fultz, as well as colleges Duke and Kentucky. Yahoo obtained the documents, which were released Friday, that reveal "an underground recruiting operation" involving at least 20 Division I programs and more than 25 players. Mark Emmert, NCAA president Mark Emmert, NCAA president The case has already lead to notable firings, including Louisville letting go of head coach Rick Pitino and athletic director Tom Jurich.
MLB to Honor Florida Shooting Victims With Hats
MLB to Honor Florida Shooting Victims With Hats This week, where 19-year-old former student Nikolas Cruz fatally shot 17 people. The hats were worn during warm ups and will be sported during the exhibition openers. The hats may later be signed The two exhibition games begin Friday in West Palm Peach, FL and near Jupiter, NJ.
Las Vegas Lounge shooting
Police are investigating a Friday morning shooting in central Las Vegas. One person was shot in the leg at the Las Vegas Lounge at 600 E. Karen Ave. The injured person was taken to a hospital. Their condition is not known. As of 6 a.m., the shooter is on the run.
Gender-Diverse Policy Discussion Postponed, Again
For the second time this year, the Clark County School Board postponed a meeting to discuss a decision on drafting a gender-diverse policy.
Former MMA fighter Bristol Marunde now stars on HGTV show
After competing in mixed martial arts professionally for 10 years, Bristol Marunde decided to walk away from the sport to focus on another endeavor with his wife, Aubrey. The former UFC competitor now co-hosts HGTV's "Flip or Flop Vegas" with his wife.
Hooters Hotel offering free buckets of beer to Golden Knights fans
Hooters Hotel is offering Golden Knights fans a free bucket of beer two hours before after every home game for the rest of the season Guests can choose from five brews to fill their bucket, including Budweiser, Bud Light and Michelob Ultra. Fans have to show a same-day game ticket to redeem the offer.
Lights Out: Plenty of drama in the Lights' second preseason game
Ben Gotz talks about the second preseason game for the Las Vegas Lights, including some roster changes.
Luca Sbisa says players are aware of NHL trade deadline
The Golden Knights defenseman says trades are part of the game but also unpredictable. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Brad Hunt said Golden Knights players not focusing on NHL trade deadline
The defenseman said trade rumors are part of the business of being a pro athlete. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Pot amnesty boxes greet travelers at Las Vegas airport
Green metal bins have popped up at the nation’s eighth-busiest airport, creating a safe space for airline passengers to dispose of marijuana. Even though recreational marijuana is legal in Nevada, the drug is banned inside Clark County’s network of airports and security checkpoints. “Marijuana is not allowable anywhere inside the buildings, be it pre- or post-security,” airport spokeswoman Christine Crews said. About 20 so-called “amnesty boxes” were installed over the past week outside high-traffic areas of McCarran, Henderson Executive and North Las Vegas airports.
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New Wynn CEO says ‘The future is bright'
Matt Maddox, CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd., talks about the value of Wynn employees and the future of the company.
Police search for woman after South Point casino robbery
The South Point casino cage was robbed at gunpoint Monday night. A woman walked up to the cage about 7:40 p.m., showed a handgun and demanded cash, according to police. The suspect fled in an older model 2-door gold or brown sedan with a black top and large chrome rims. Anyone with information can contact Metro’s robbery section at 702-828-3591, or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 to remain anonymous.
Fergie's Performance Draws Mixed Reactions at NBA All-Star Game
Fergie's Performance Draws Mixed Reactions at NBA All-Star Game The star's rendition of the national anthem drew some laughs from the crowd. Even some of the all-stars themselves were shocked...
Lucky Dragon bankruptcy
Less than a year and a half after it opened, the Lucky Dragon is in bankruptcy. Developers of the off-Strip, Chinese-themed resort filed for Chapter 11 protection on Feb. 16. The bankruptcy came less than a week before the property's scheduled foreclosure auction. Lucky Dragon was the first resort built from the ground up in Las Vegas since the recession but has faced mounting problems.
Twitter video of Wetlands Park fire
Video of a brush fire at Wetlands Park on Tuesday,Feb. 20, 2018. (Baleigh Gamboa/@_Tray_savage_)
Golden Edge: The pulse inside T-Mobile Arena
The Drumbots have brought something unique to Golden Knights fans inside T-Mobile Arena.
Wetlands Park brush fire
A plume of thick, black smoke visible across the Las Vegas Valley rose into the sky late Tuesday afternoon . A brush fire at the Wetlands Park, north of Sam Boyd Stadium, burned between six and 10 acres. The fire was reported around 5:30 p.m. No one was injured and no buildings were destroyed. A crew remained on the scene and as of 3 a.m. Wednesday about 50 percent of the fire had been contained. Firefighters will remain at the park until the fire is fully contained. The cause of the fire was unknown.
Securing old mines in Las Vegas
The Nevada Division of Minerals and Clark County plan to permanently close at least 40 abandoned mine shafts at the valley's southwestern edge. The hazardous mine openings are left over from a gypsum mine that operated from 1909 until 1931. Work to fill in the shafts is set to start April 2 and take about a month. The project is expected to cost about $250,000.
Witness to deadly Grand Canyon helicopter crash
Lionel Douglass, a Las Vegas man who witnessed the deadly helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon, is interviewed at his Las Vegas home. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas rabbit rescuer talks pet ownership
Nevada Preps: Weekly basketball preview Feb. 21, 2018
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview the state tournament matchups in Reno.
Rebel Nation: UNLV must bounce back after blowout loss to SDSU
Mark Anderson and Bryan Salmond discuss UNLV's loss to San Diego State as well as its upcoming games that can help UNLV move up the conference standings.
Danny Garcia defeats Brandon Rios via knockout
Gilbert Manzano and Bryan Salmond break down Danny Garcia's knockout victory as well as an impressive performance from David Benavidez.
UNLV’s contract with Nike included provision for free new logo
UNLV could have had its logo redesigned by Nike for free, but opted to pay almost $50,000 to use the Denver firm Adrenalin. The money was raised from private donations and didn’t come directly from UNLV. UNLV unveiled the logo in June, and it was met with overwhelming ridicule. Adrenalin has redesigned logos at other colleges and for pro teams, most notably the NFL’s Denver Broncos and NHL’s Los Angeles Kings and Colorado Avalanche. Even with all that work, the end result didn’t go over well when the logo was unveiled. It is noticeable in its absence at UNLV sporting events.
Organizations give bikes away to kids for attendance
Various community organizations came together to donate about 105 bikes to students at Whitney Elementary who had perfect attendance for eight weeks and no tardies. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Woman Dies A Month After Beating
Las Vegas police are looking for a heavy-set black man in his 30s with a beard who is a suspect in a woman's beating death. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department)
Golden Edge: Erik Haula Interview
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond interviews Erik Haula about advice he gives to aspiring hockey kids, his younger days in Minnesota and how he will not watch scary movies.
Golden Edge: Knights Win 7-3 Against Calgary
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and Golden Knights beat writer Steve Carp go over the Golden Knights 7-3 win over Calgary.
Golden Edge: Knights dominate Canadiens
Bryan Salmond, Steve Carp and David Schoen talk about the Golden Knights dominant win over Montreal, including Vegas' upcoming schedule.
Garcia, Rios talk about their fight
Danny Garcia and Brandon Rios discuss the fight in which Garcia won via a 9th round knockout.
Las Vegas Shootings
Las Vegas shooter’s autopsy report released
Las Vegas Strip shooter Stephen Paddock had anti-anxiety medication in his system, autopsy records obtained Friday by the Review-Journal show. The autopsy report also confirms Paddock died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said in December that the 64-year-old Paddock, a high-rolling video poker player, committed suicide. He shot himself as officers closed in on his hotel room after he stopped firing at the Route 91 country music festival across the street from the Mandalay Bay. The Review-Journal reported several days after the mass shooting that a local doctor had prescribed the anti-anxiety drug diazepam, known by the brand name Valium, for Stephen Paddock back in June. After Paddock’s body was cremated, Fudenberg last month released the remains to his younger brother Eric Paddock, who lives in Orlando, Florida. Eric Paddock flew to Las Vegas to pick up the ashes after he was unable to get the coroner’s office to send him the remains. He told the Review-Journal that he does not intend to keep his brother’s ashes at his home in Orlando.
Las Vegas Strip Bus Drivers Share Their Experiences From The Oct. 1 Shooting
Las Vegas Strip Bus Drivers Share Their Experiences From The Oct. 1 Shooting
Judge orders Las Vegas Review-Journal to destroy autopsy report
A judge on Friday ordered the Las Vegas Review-Journal and other media outlets to destroy a copy of the autopsy report of an Oct. 1 mass shooting victim, siding with the privacy concerns of the victim’s widow. The report was one of 58 that a different judge ordered the Clark County coroner’s office to release last week to the newspaper in the wake of another lawsuit, which argued that the autopsies of the Las Vegas mass shooting victims should be public. That judge also ordered the coroner’s office to release gunman Stephen Paddock’s autopsy, which has not been handed over. Friday’s ruling pertained only to the autopsy report for Charleston Hartfield, a Las Vegas police officer who was killed during the mass shooting. He was the husband of the plaintiff, Veronica Hartfield. The ruling by District Judge Richard Scotti also barred the newspaper from further reporting on Hartfield’s autopsy details. Review-Journal Editor in Chief Keith Moyer said the company would file an emergency appeal of Scotti’s decision to the Nevada Supreme Court. “These reports are important public records. Previous rulings have held that these records must be accessible to the public,” Moyer said. Scotti’s decision came after more than two hours of arguments, during which attorney Anthony Sgro argued that the widow’s privacy concerns far outweighed the public’s need to know. He also said the Review-Journal only sought the records in the first place “to sell newspapers.” The newspaper’s attorney, Maggie McLetchie, said Sgro’s comments were “strange criticism.” She argued that despite the anguish Hartfield’s widow and other victims’ families have experienced in the wake of the Oct. 1 massacre, the First Amendment still applied. After the judge’s ruling, McLetchie reiterated that the autopsy reports were partially redacted, and that the Review-Journal has no way of knowing which report was Hartfield’s. Scotti said the newspaper can either hand over all 58 autopsy reports to the coroner’s office and receive 57 back, or allow the office’s staff to come to the newsroom and select the document to destroy. “That’s a preposterous demand of a free press,” Moyer said. “This isn’t North Korea. Government officials cannot enter a newsroom and forcibly remove public records, even under a so-called court order.” Contrary to the assertion that the Review-Journal is seeking the information exclusively to sell newspapers, the editor in chief said, the Review-Journal is investigating the police and medical response to the mass shooting. “Autopsy reports are essential to uncovering potential shortcomings in the response and the Oct. 1 investigation, holding institutions accountable for those failures and ensuring authorities can take steps to make sure they aren’t repeated during future tragedies,” Moyer said. “Autopsy reports also help the public evaluate the competency of the coroner’s office, which is certainly in question.”
Media Briefing: OIS #3 for 2018 -- Suicidal Subject Points Gun at Officer
Assistant Sheriff Charles Hank meets with members of the media to discuss additional details about the officer involved shooting that occurred on February 6, 2018. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department)
Las Vegas Strip Bus Drivers Share Their Experiences From The Oct. 1 Shooting
Several RTC bus drivers were near the Las Vegas Village when Stephen Paddock began firing upon Route 91 concertgoers. They share their experiences. )Patrick Conolly/Las Vegas Review-Journal/Footage provided by Keolis Transit)
Review Journal Reporter Roundtable: Douglas Haig Developments
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Jeff German and Rachel Crosby go over the new developments surrounding Douglas Haig and casino security measures.
Arizona man says ammo he sold wasn’t used in Las Vegas shooting
Douglas Haig, the man who was identified this week as a “person of interest” in the Las Vegas shooting investigation, said Friday that he does not believe the tracer ammunition he sold to gunman Stephen Paddock was used in the mass shooting. (Ross Leviton/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Douglas Haig talks to reporters
Douglas Haig, identified as a person of interest in documents related to the Las Vegas shooting, spoke to reporters Tuesday evening outside his home in Mesa, Arizona. (Madison Miller/Las Vegas Review-Journal Correspondent)
Review-Journal Roundtable: Incorrect message led to confusion at UMC
Elaine Wilson talks to Jessie Bekker about how a miscommunication on the night of the shooting led to patients being diverted from University Medical Center.
LVMPD Preliminary Investigative Report
On October 1, 2017, over 22,000 people came together to enjoy a country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. On the final night of the festival, a lone gunman opened fire into the crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The LVMPD Preliminary Investigative Report reveals more information about the timeline of the shooting and Stephen Paddock.
Review-Journal Roundtable: Lombardo Updates Press
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Rachel Crosby and Colton Lochhead discuss the new details revealed during a press conference on the Las Vegas mass shooting.
Lombardo: "We do not anticipate charges against Marilou Danley"
Lombardo: "We do not anticipate charges against Marilou Danley"
1 October Preliminary Report Crime Scene Photos
Crime scene photos contained in the preliminary report on the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting in Las Vegas show the hotel room used by gunman Stephen Paddock at Mandalay Bay on the Strip.
32nd floor of Mandalay Bay opens after Las Vegas shooting
Elevators at Mandalay Bay are again stopping at the 32nd floor after a pause at the end of last year. Mandalay Bay closed off a few floors starting in late November amid a guest slowdown caused by the combination of the holiday season and fallout from the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
Las Vegas Victims' Fund: What you need to know
The Las Vegas Victims' Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that was set up on behalf of Clark County to accept money for victims of the Las Vegas shooting. 100% of donations to the Las Vegas Victims' Fund will go to three categories of victims.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting Victim updates
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Rachel Crosby and Briana Erickson go over the latest stories and provide three month updates on some of the victims.
Las Vegas police now using drones
Metro acquired five drones from Yuneec in late September. Since then, the department has used them mainly for crime scene documentation. Read more at reviewjournal.com. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Healing words from across the globe make up Hearts for Vegas display
Hand-written cards, panels and notes from across the world make up the Hearts for Vegas display on exhibit on the second floor of Las Vegas City Hall as part of the Hearts for Vegas project after the October 1, Route 91 shooting.
First lien filed against Las Vegas shooter's home in Mesquite
The first lien was filed Tuesday on Strip gunman Stephen Paddock’s house in Mesquite. The lien, $213.73, is for unpaid water service.
Estimated timeline for distribution of donated money to Las Vegas shooting victims
Jan. 2, 2018 – Jan. 31.: Claim forms to be completed and submitted to the fund administrators along with required documentation. Feb. 1 – Feb. 26, 2018: All telephonic meetings requested with the fund administrators completed. March 1, 2018: All claims to be reviewed by the fund administrators and recommendations for payments to eligible claimants submitted to the LVVF committee. March 5, 2018: Distribution of payments to approved eligible claimants begins on a rolling basis.
Locals in Las Vegas Bowl talk about being back
Oregon offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby and Boise State offensive lineman John Molchon, both in town to compete in the Las Vegas Bowl, talk about returning to the city after the Oct. 1 shooting. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Victims’ Fund creates new record for GoFundMe
The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund campaign on GoFundMe created a new record on the site. The campaign holds more than $11.6 million. Last year, the largest GoFundMe campaign was supporting victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando Florida, which raised just over $7.8 million. “We have a very generous spirit of giving in the community, and that was seen following the Oct. 1 tragedy,” said Julie Murray, principal and CEO of the Las Vegas-based Moonridge Group.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting benefit concert, Paddock investigation
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Todd Prince and Jason Bracelin discuss the latest news surrounding the Mandalay Bay and a website selling Las Vegas benefit concert tickets.
Las Vegas Oct. 1 shooting impacts tourism and Mandalay Bay occupancy
The Oct. 1 mass shooting that occurred at the Mandalay Bay raised questions about how the hotel would weather the stigma of the shooting. (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
NFR Honors Victims of October 1 Shooting
Ed Graney talks about the NFR opening ceremony in which the victims of the October 1 shooting were honored.
The Love Store to open new location in Las Vegas
The Love Store will open a new location this week next to the downtown Community Healing Garden dedicated to the Las Vegas shooting. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting benefit concert, Paddock investigation
Elaine Wilson talks to Jessie Bekker and Jason Bracelin about the Las Vegas concert that will benefit victims as well as what an autopsy could reveal about Stephen Paddock.
Review-Journal Reporter Roundtable: Las Vegas Shooting Database
Elaine Wilson talks to Anita Hassan about the survivors database on reviewjournal.com.
Group of survivors of Oct. 1 shooting ask, “What about us?”
A group of about 50 survivors of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting delivered a recurring message Tuesday: “What about us?” The Las Vegas Victims Fund committee held a town hall meeting Tuesday morning to solicit input on the draft protocols it released Nov. 16, outlining who should receive donations following the Oct. 1 shooting. As proposed, families of those who were killed in the shooting and people who sustained permanent brain damage and/or permanent paralysis resulting in continuous home medical assistance would receive the highest level of payment out of the fund, the draft guidelines propose. People who were physically injured and admitted to a hospital within 48 hours of the shooting for at least one night between Oct. 1 and Jan. 31, 2018 would receive the next level of funding, according to the draft.
Victim advocate Jeff Dion helps Las Vegas shooting victims
Wherever there is a mass casualty crime, you’ll probably find Jeff Dion on the scene just about immediately after—just as he was in Las Vegas Oct. 5, four days after the Oct. 1 shooting. Dion, deputy director of the National Center for Victims of Crime, has helped communities to deal with the logistical aftershocks of crimes including shootings and intentional motor vehicle attacks since 2012. Read more at reviewjournal.com (Nicole Raz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders
Vegas Nation: Raiders awarded four draft picks
Bryan Salmond goes over the news that of the Raiders being awarded four draft picks.
Vegas Nation: Vontae Davis Visiting Raiders
Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken goes over Vontae Davis visiting the Raiders in Alameda California.
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Estimated Cost Remains at $1.9 Billion
Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and Bill Bradley discuss updates around the Las Vegas Raiders stadium, scheduled to be completed by 2020.
Vegas Nation: Las Vegas could host NFL Draft
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken talk about Vegas' chances to host the NFL Draft.
Vegas Nation: Eagles take down Patriots in Super Bowl LII
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney, Michael Gehlken and Sam Gordon talk about the Eagles Super Bowl win over the Patriots.
Vegas Nation: Eagles win Super Bowl LII
Bryan Salmond recaps the Eagles Super Bowl victory over the Patriots.
Las Vegas, Raiders aim to host Super Bowl as early as 2023
Las Vegas and its $1.9 billion stadium project won’t be forgotten when nine NFL owners and team presidents, together wielding influence over an adjusted Super Bowl bid-selection process, meet in the coming months. Raiders owner Mark Davis serves on the Super Bowl and Major Events Advisory Committee, positioning him to have an active role in where Super Bowl LVII will be located on Feb. 5, 2023. Las Vegas, upon hosting the game, would be the latest NFL city to which league owners have awarded a Super Bowl following a stadium construction. There is no guarantee the game is coming to Las Vegas then. A combination of recent history and comments from an NFL executive, however, indicate the opportunity should arrive in the next eight years.
Vegas Nation: Minnesota running an efficient Super Bowl
Bryan Salmond and Ed Graney talk about Minnesota running a good Super Bowl and a Raiders rookie making an impact.
NFL Commissioner Goodell gives updates on hot topics with the Raiders
At a press conference ahead of Super Bowl LII, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell responded to questions about the Raiders hiring process with Jon Gruden and about the team having many home games played abroad.
0130 sb wrap with mention
Bryan Salmond, Michael Gehlken and Ed Graney talk about Tom Brady's Minnesota ties, Jon Gruden's advantage in coaching as well as the Patriots demanding respect.
Vegas Nation: Here's how the RJ will cover Super Bowl LII
Ed Graney, Michael Gehlken and Sam Gordon preview their coverage plan of the Super Bowl in Minnesota.
Vegas Nation: Pro Bowl edition
Bryan Salmond recaps the NFL Pro Bowl, including how Raiders quarterback Derek Carr performed.
Vegas Nation: Jon Gruden Does Not Attend Senior Bowl
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken discuss what the Raiders coaching staff are doing at the Senior Bowl.
Vegas Nation: Raiders announce several coaching hires
Review-Journal Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and reporter Michael Gehlken talk about the Raiders coaching hires as well as a significant omission.
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Construction of stadium on schedule
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and reporter Rick Velotta talk about how the Raiders' stadium construction is progressing and the complications that might occur due to pricing.
Raiders hire Paul Guenther as defensive coordinator
Paul Guenther is the new defensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders. Guenther spent the past four years as the Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive coordinator. Guenther, 46, worked with the Bengals from 2005 to 2017. He will call defensive plays in 2018, a role that Ken Norton Jr. handled the first 10 games last season before being fired. Guenther expressed his interest in working with Raiders defensive backs Gareon Conley and Obi Melifonwu. “I really like both of them,” Guenther said. "(Conley) was probably my favorite corner coming out last year." "We just need to get these guys on the grass, keep them healthy and teach them the system," Guenther said.
McKenzie shares memory of Gruden coaching in Green Bay
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie shared one of his memories of working alongside head coach Jon Gruden back when they were both in Green Bay.
Vegas Nation: Raiders introduce Jon Gruden as head coach
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney and Michael Gehlken discuss the Raiders introduction of Jon Gruden as their new head coach, including the unique atmosphere and how Gruden will work with Derek Carr.
Former Raiders discuss what the team and fans can expect from Jon Gruden
Following a press conference to announce Jon Gruden as the Oakland Raiders head coach, former players discussed what it is that he'll bring to the team and the fans.
Jon Gruden news conference highlights
The Oakland Raiders announced Jon Gruden as their head coach on Tuesday at the team headquarters in Alameda, Calif. Gruden previously coached the team from 1998-2001. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Mark Davis says the Raiders' edge will come from leadership and coaching
Following a news conference announcing Jon Gruden's return as head coach of the Oakland Raiders, team owner Mark Davis said the Raiders' edge will come from leadership and coaching.
Vegas Nation: Raiders hire Jon Gruden
Michael Gehlken talks about the Raiders decision to hire Jon Gruden as their new head coach.
Vegas Nation: Gruden to be named Raiders head coach
Bryan Salmond and Ed Graney discuss the Raiders hiring of Jon Gruden as their new head coach.
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Votes to occur in coming meetings
Ed Graney and Rick Velotta talk about the latest news about the Las Vegas Stadium.
Vegas Nation: What Does The Raiders Future Look Like?
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over the potential hiring of Jon Gruden and the Raiders performance during the 2017 season.
Raiders’ Crabtree frustrated by lack of playing time to end season
Michael Crabtree expressed his frustration Sunday when asked about his future with the Raiders. The Raiders are expected to part ways with the ninth-year veteran wide receiver this offseason. “I’m out here playing ball,” Crabtree said. “Whatever they ask me to do. Like today, if they only want me to play 10 plays, I’ll play 10 plays." Crabtree started the season hot as the team’s top wideout, catching six touchdowns during the first six games. Crabtree received just three targets against the Eagles on Christmas night and two targets versus the Chargers. Crabtree is owed a $7 million salary in 2018, the third season of a four-year, $34 million extension he signed late in 2015. “I did everything they asked of me. These last two games, I’ve probably had three targets, but nobody saying anything about that," Crabtree said.
Raiders might lure Jon Gruden back to coaching
The Raiders are reportedly pursuing ESPN analyst Jon Gruden to fill their vacant head coaching position. Gruden, 54, has not coached since the 2008 NFL season. “I don’t want to sit here and speculate. There is no news to report,” Gruden told ESPN on Saturday. The NFL Network reported that Davis plans to offer Gruden more than $10 million a year to coach the team with an stake in team ownership. Gruden has been connected with openings in recent years, including a lucrative offer from Indianapolis last season. Gruden was the Raiders head coach from 1998-2001, going 38-26 in four seasons. “I know (Gruden),” Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said. “I’ve known him for a while. But the (Del Rio firing) is still pretty fresh.”
Raiders fire Jack Del Rio
Following the Raiders loss to the Chargers, head coach Jack Del Rio was fired. Del Rio was hired in January 2015 after spending time as the Denver Broncos defensive coordinator. In 2016, Del Rio led the Raiders to a 12-4 record and their first playoff birth since 2002. After the 2016 season, Del Rio signed a 4-year contract extension. In three seasons as the Raiders head coach, Del Rio amassed a 25-23 record. “I’m very grateful," Del Rio said. "My childhood team. But it’s a results business.”
Vegas Nation: Del Rio fired after Raiders drop season finale
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney, Michael Gehlken and Gilbert Manzano discuss the aftermath of the Raiders loss, including Jack Del Rio getting fired and what might follow.
Raiders' QB Carr reacts to Del Rio firing
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr addressed the media following the team's loss to the Chargers and discussed his thoughts on head coach Jack Del Rio being fired.
Jack Del Rio announces Oakland Raiders fired him following loss to Chargers
After three years of serving as the head coach for the Oakland Raiders, Jack Del Rio announced he was fired by the organization following the team's loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Golden Knights
Golden Edge: Knights wrap up homestand with a win
Bryan Salmond and Steve Carp discuss the Golden Knights 6-3 win over the Canucks, including Tomas Hyka's first goal as well as a tricky trade that helped the Golden Knights improve.
Golden Knights players react to news that Ryan Reaves will join them
Marc-Andre Fleury and David Perron react to the news on forward Ryan Reaves coming to join the Vegas Golden Knights and William Karlsson talks about the team's win over the Vancouver Canucks.
Coach Gallant on the Golden Knights acquiring Ryan Reaves
Following their 6-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks, Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant gave his thoughts on the team acquiring Ryan Reaves from the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Golden Knights easily take down Canucks
Bryan Salmond recaps the final game of the Golden Knights 7-game homestand, a 6-3 win over the Canucks.
Golden Knights GM talks about acquiring Ryan Reaves from the Pittsburgh Penguins
Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee explains how a three-way trade between the Knights, Ottawa Senators and Pittsburgh Penguins brought right wing Ryan Reaves from Pittsburgh to Vegas.
Hooters Hotel offering free buckets of beer to Golden Knights fans
Hooters Hotel is offering Golden Knights fans a free bucket of beer two hours before after every home game for the rest of the season Guests can choose from five brews to fill their bucket, including Budweiser, Bud Light and Michelob Ultra. Fans have to show a same-day game ticket to redeem the offer.
Gerard Gallant On Golden Knights Win Against Flames
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant reacts to the Golden Knights win against the Flames.
Golden Edge: Knights Win 7-3 Against Calgary
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and Golden Knights beat writer Steve Carp go over the Golden Knights 7-3 win over Calgary.
Gallant on what shifted the momentum in the Golden Knights favor
Following their 7-3 over the Calgary Flames, head coach Gerard Gallant talks about what shifted the momentum in the team's favor and more.
Golden Knights on bringing home a 7-3 win over the Flames
Vegas Golden Knights players Marc-Andre Fleury, Alex Tuch and David Perron talk about their win over the Calgary Flames.
Golden Edge: Knights Beat Flames 7-3
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond recaps tonights Golden Knights win against the Calgary Flames.
Golden Edge: Erik Haula Interview
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond interviews Erik Haula about advice he gives to aspiring hockey kids, his younger days in Minnesota and how he will not watch scary movies.
Golden Edge: The pulse inside T-Mobile Arena
The Drumbots have brought something unique to Golden Knights fans inside T-Mobile Arena.
Vegas Golden Knights, US Army look to settle trademark dispute
The Golden Knights are looking to settle their trademark dispute with the U.S. Army. Both sides have been in a trademark dispute over the name “Golden Knights” and the primary colors of gray, gold and black. The Army says the hockey team’s use of Golden Knights as a trademark causes confusion with its parachute team. They are also known as the Golden Knights. The Army filed its complaint with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Jan. 10. The Golden Knights filed a settlement motion with the patent office’s trademark trial and appeal board on Jan. 25. The motion gives the team 90 days to resolve issues with the Army. “We’re trying to form a joint use agreement where both sides can continue to have their name."
Golden Edge: Knights Fall 2-0 Against Ducks
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp go over the Golden Knights loss to the Anaheim Ducks.
Golden Knights React To Loss Against Ducks
The Golden Knights react to their 2-0 loss against the Anaheim Ducks.
Golden Edge: Ducks Defeat the Golden Knights 2-0
Golden Edge video host Bryan Salmond provides an update following the Golden Knights 2-0 loss to the Anaheim Ducks.
Las Vegas tabs Golden Knights as new favorite to win Stanley Cup
The Golden Knights took over the NHL’s points lead Saturday. On Monday, the Knights were at the top of another board. The expansion team from Las Vegas became the new betting favorite at the Westgate Superbook to win this year’s Stanley Cup at 4-1 odds. The Knights opened at 200-1 and were as high as 500-1 before the 2017-18 season, according to Westgate sports book director Jay Kornegay. “The Knights started off as the longest shot on the board to win the Stanley Cup,” Kornegay said. “No one was betting them. There was no interest, which totally makes sense for an expansion team. Now it’s crazy to say they’re the favorite to hoist the Cup."
Golden Knights forecheck
At first glance, the Knights’ 1-2-2 forecheck doesn't look unusual. But it’s the aggression the Knights use that makes their forecheck unique. “They’re a tenacious team." - Flyers coach Dave Hakstol The Knights are second in the NHL with 642 takeaways. “I think it’s a good indicator when we’re playing well is when our forecheck is going.” - center Erik Haula
Golden Edge: Knights dominate Canadiens
Bryan Salmond, Steve Carp and David Schoen talk about the Golden Knights dominant win over Montreal, including Vegas' upcoming schedule.
Gerard Gallant talks about the Golden Knights win over Montreal
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant answers questions about his team's 6-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens.
Golden Edge: Vegas explodes for 6 goals against Montreal
Bryan Salmond recaps the Golden Knights' 6-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens.
Golden Edge: Knights Get Win Over Oilers
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Review-Journal reporters Steve Carp and David Schoen go over the Golden Knights first win over the Edmonton Oilers.
Golden Knights React To Win Against Oilers
The Golden Knights react to their win against the Edmonton Oilers and Gerard Gallant comments on if he would let one of his players marry during one of their games.
A Golden Night To Remember
The first in-game wedding in team history occurred during the second intermission of the Knight’s 4-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers.
Golden Edge Look Ahead: Knights Prepare for Matchup Against the Oilers
Bryan Salmond and Golden Knights beat writers Steve Carp and David Schoen discuss the Golden Knights matchup against the Oilers, and William Karlsson's visit from 18 special guests from Sweden who came to support their countryman and give him a special jersey.
Golden Knights players on their 5-2 win over the Blackhawks
Vegas Golden Knights players on Erik Haula's absence, James Neal's injury and their come-from-behind win over the Chicago Blackhawks.
Golden Knights On Comeback Win Against Chicago
The Golden Knights react to their 5-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks.
Gallant says Fleury's saves led to team's win over the Blackhawks
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant said during the post-game news conference that goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury's saves helped boost the team and led them to their 5-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.
Golden Edge: Knights Get Comeback Win Against Chicago
Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp go over the Golden Knights comeback win against the Chicago Blackhawks.
Golden Edge: Knights fall flat against Flyers
Steve Carp and David Schoen discuss the Golden Knights loss to the Flyers, including how Philadelphia outplayed Vegas without outshooting the Knights.
Golden Knights talk about loss to Flyers
Brayden McNabb, William Karlsson and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare talk about the Golden Knights loss to the Flyers.
Nolan Patrick Adjusting To NHL
The Philadelphia Flyers rookie Center talked about his game on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 at T-Mobile Arena. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the recent road trip
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the team's recent road trip Saturday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on his team's injury woes
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on his team's injury woes Saturday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights logo proves popular at No. 4 in NHL merchandise
The Golden Knights’ name and sharp-looking logo may not be big with the United States Army these days. But fans seem to like it. A lot. According to Fanatics, which oversees the league’s online shop, the Knights rank No. 4 in the NHL when it comes to merchandise sales. The New York Rangers are the No. 1 team in sales, followed by the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.
Fleury's impact on Pittsburgh lasting long after his time there
Marc-Andre Fleury has had a greater impact on Pittsburgh than just on the ice Fleury and his wife opened a playground at a Pennsylvania Boys and Girls Club The Sto-Ken-Rox Boys & Girls Club is located in McKees Rock, where more than 35 percent of residents live in poverty. The playground opened last year before Fleury started playing for the Golden Knights Fleury financed the construction of a state-of-the-art playground, as well as sports equipment to play hockey.
Ryan Carpenter Glad To Contribute To Golden Knights Win
The forward had a goal and an assist in the 4-3 victory over the Capitals Sunday , Feb. 4, 2018 in Washington D.C. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant Pleased With Knights Bounce-back Effort
The coach liked the way his team skated in the 4-3 win over Washington Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Alex Tuch On Golden Knights Resilient Win Over Capitals
The forward scored the game-winner Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nate Schmidt Returns To Washington
The Golden Knights defenseman talked about his time with the Capitals Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Washington D.C. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jason Zucker on his big season, fatherhood, Golden Knights’ success
Minnesota Wild forward Jason Zucker, who is from Las Vegas, says he is pleased with his play and the way the Knights have captured the hearts of his hometown speaking before the game Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 in St. Paul, Minn. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
James Neal On Representing The Golden Knights At The Nhl All-star Game
James Neal on representing the Golden Knights at the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday in Tampa, Florida. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Goaltender Marc-andre Fleury On The All-star Game
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks about the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday in Tampa, Florida. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury On All-star Weekend
Marc-Andre Fleury talks about representing the Golden Knights at the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday in Tampa, Florida. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Forward William Karlsson On Facing His Former Team Columbus
Golden Knights forward William Karlsson on facing his former team, Columbus, on Monday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Defenseman Brayden McNabb On The Team's Penalty Killing
Golden Knights defenseman Brayden McNabb on the team's penalty killing Monday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Coach Gerard Gallant On His Team's Penalty Killing
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on his team's penalty killing Monday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Scotty Bowman Is Impressed With The Golden Knights Start
The Hall of Fane coach credits GM George McPhee for putting a strong team on the ice after watching the Knights in Tampa Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018 (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
James Neal Proud Of Reaching 20-goal Mark
The veteran forward has had 20 or more goals for 10 straight seasons after scoring Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 against the Panthers in Sunrise, Florida (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Todd Richards is happy for Las Vegas having its own NHL team
Todd Richards, Tampa Bay Lightning assistant coach, spoke about his days with the Las Vegas Thunder on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018 in Tampa (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights players' favorite hockey Christmas presents
Sticks and skates dominates the list. Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Abandoned Pomeranians adopted through Golden Knights event
Many Pomeranians found their fur-ever homes for the holidays The Animal Foundation and the Vegas Golden Knights hosted a Pucks for Paws event, to kick-off the adoption of 164 Pomeranians found abandoned in Sandy Valley. 5 dogs were available at auction, while 10 more were available in a raffle to benefit Animal Foundation. The dogs were named by Golden Knights players and donned small Knights sweaters. The other Pomeranians will be available through an online raffle, open through Jan. 1
By the numbers: Expectations, challenges for Las Vegas’ WNBA team
The newly relocated Las Vegas WNBA franchise will begin play in the 2018 season. New owners MGM Resorts will integrate a professional franchise into Las Vegas’ busy sports landscape that’s shared with the 51s, Lights FC, Golden Knights and Raiders. Here are some of the expectations and challenges the team will have. 1. Ticket prices: The key to any sports franchise is selling season tickets and group outings. For Las Vegas’ team, that starts with locals. "(You don’t) just open the doors and tell everybody you’ve got a game and stand there waiting to sell tickets," 51s president Don Logan said. "You’ve got to get out, you’ve got to get out into the community and you’ve got to do everything we do. There’s no easy way." Last year, San Antonio charged $12 to $165 for single-game tickets for 17 home games. 2. Creating an identity: Coach Bill Laimbeer inherits a team from San Antonio that hasn’t made the playoffs or had a winning season since 2012. Las Vegas' team is also a franchise that lost its first 14 games last season before finishing a league-worst 8-26. 3. Patience will be required: Will they have to fill all 12,000 seats at Mandalay Bay for the season to be deemed successful? "They have to be realistic," Connecticut Sun CEO Mitchell Etess said. "If they could get 5,000 bodies into every single game, that would be pretty good for the first year."
VGK University: Introduction to hockey, and much more
Vegas Golden Knights officials Misha Donskov and Murray Craven chat about VGK University, a five-course instructional for hockey fans, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Dec. 3, 2017. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review Journal)
Covering The Cage
Covering The Cage: Live Interview With Elias Theodorou
Covering The Cage host Heidi Fang talks with Elias Theodorou to preview UFC on Fox and becoming a ring boy.
Covering the Cage: Roy Nelson interview
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang talk about the world of MMA as well as interview heavyweight Roy Nelson.
Covering the Cage: Feb. 6 Facebook Live
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang discuss UFC Fight Night 125 as well as preview UFC 221 and UFC 222.
Covering The Cage: Ronda Rousey joins WWE; UFC on Fox 27 recap
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang discuss Ronda Rousey’s move to WWE and recap UFC on Fox 27.
Covering the Cage: Jordan Rinaldi, UFC on Fox 27 preview
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang talk to fighter Jordan Rinaldi about his upcoming fight and preview the rest of UFC on Fox 27.
Covering The Cage Live: UFC 220 and Bellator 192 Recap
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap UFC 220 and Bellator 192.
Covering the Cage: Recapping 2017
Heidi Fang and Adam Hill go over their favorite moments of 2017 and pick their favorite fight, knockout and submission of the year.
Covering The Cage: UFC 219 Recap
Covering The Cage hosts Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap tonights fights at UFC 219.
Covering The Cage: UFC 219 Picks
Covering The Cage hosts Adam Hill and Heidi Fang give their picks for the main card fights at UFC 219.
Covering The Cage: UFC 219 Preview
Covering the Cage hosts Adam Hill and Heidi Fang preview UFC 219 including Cris Cyborg and Holly Holm.
UFC 219 media day staredowns
Ahead of UFC 219's pay-per-view on Dec. 30, the stars of the main card faced off at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Cris "Cyborg" Justino will face Holly Holm in the main event for the women's featherweight belt.
Covering the Cage: UFC fighter Julian Marquez talks debut victory
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang talk with UFC fighter Julian Marquez. They discuss the beard competition between Marquez and Tyron Woodley, and the unexpected passing of longtime MMA coach and trainer Robert Follis.
Covering the Cage: Julian Marquez interview
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang talk about all things going on in the world of MMA and talk to Julian Marquez about his upcoming fight in Winnipeg.
Covering The Cage Live: UFC 218 Recap, TUF 26
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap The Ultimate Fighter 26 and UFC 218.
Covering The Cage: TUF 26 Recap, UFC 218 Preview
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap The Ultimate Fighter and preview UFC 218.
Covering the Cage: UFC 218, TUF 26 Finale preview
Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Heidi Fang make their picks for the "The Ultimate Fighter" Season 26 Finale and UFC 218. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering the Cage: Kyra Batara interview
Adam Hill and Heidi Fang talk to Combate Americas Womens Atomweight Kyra Batara about her upcoming fight in San Antonio as well as Conor McGregor's potential incident at a bar and UFC 218.
Nevada Preps
Jamal Bey leads Bishop Gorman to 7th consecutive state boys title
Jamal Bey had 21 points and seven rebounds as Bishop Gorman beat Bishop Manogue 62-41 to claim the Class 4A boys state basketball title. It was Gorman’s seventh consecutive title.
Centennial wins 4th straight state title in OT thriller
Centennial girls basketball rallied from down 15 points in the fourth quarter to force overtime and win 74-65 against Liberty. (Justin Emerson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Weekly basketball preview Feb. 21, 2018
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview the state tournament matchups in Reno.
Nevada Preps: Weekly basketball preview Feb. 12, 2018
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Nevada Preps: Weekly basketball preview Feb. 5, 2018
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Nevada Preps: Weekly basketball preview Jan. 29, 2018
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Nevada Preps: High school basketball weekly preview: Jan. 22, 2018
Elaine Wilson and Ben Gotz break down the top basketball matchups in Southern Nevada for the week of Jan. 22-Jan. 27, 2018.
Las Vegas senior Donovan Joyner’s big play propels Wildcats
Las Vegas High School's Donovan Joyner is averaging 25.6 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 2.6 steals for the Wildcats (10-4), who are in the midst of their best season during his three-year varsity tenure. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: High school basketball weekly preview: Jan. 2, 2018
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Clark junior Jalen Hill receives scholarship offers
Hill has grown into the Chargers’ best all-around player and one of the top wing prospects on the West Coast. High-major Division-I programs like UCLA, Arizona State, Arizona and USC are contacting Hill on a regular basis, and he has scholarship offers from UNLV, Oregon State and Utah, St. John’s and DePaul.
Nevada Preps: High school basketball weekly preview: Dec. 18, 2017
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Nevada Preps: High school basketball weekly preview: Dec. 11, 2017
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson preview this week’s biggest basketball matchups in Southern Nevada.
Nevada Preps: Gorman wins ninth straight state title
Review-Journal reporter Justin Emerson recaps Bishop Gorman's 48-7 win over Reed Saturday, Dec. 2, from Reno, Nevada. It was the Gales' ninth consecutive state title.
Nevada Preps Preview: 4A state title preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson preview the 4A state title game between Bishop Gorman and Reed.
Mojave and Desert Pines Highlights
Desert Pines won their second consecutive Class 3A championship on Saturday, taking down Mojave, 54-24.
Betting
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Basketball Week 15
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Westgate Sports Book Director John Murray.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Basketball Week 14
Adam Hill and Kelly Stewart discuss betting strategies for college basketball.
Sports Betting Spotlight: Super Bowl prop futures
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Bernie Fratto and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview Super Bowl LII prop futures.
Sports Betting Spotlight: Super Bowl LII prop bets
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Bernie Fratto and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview Super Bowl LII prop bets.
Sports Betting Spotlight: Super Bowl LII picks
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Bernie Fratto and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview Super Bowl LII.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL conference championships
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview the NFL’s conference championship games.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL divisional playoffs
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview the NFL divisional playoffs.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football National Championship
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview Monday’s college football national championship.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Wild Card playoffs
Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Technology sports book vice president Matt Holt preview the NFL’s Wild Card playoff weekend.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 17
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Matt Holt go over their picks for week 17 of the NFL.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Bowls Week Three
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Matt Holt go over their picks for week three of the college bowl games.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Bowls Week 2
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Bernie Fratto and The Mirage sports book director Jeff Stoneback preview the college football bowls.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 16
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Bernie Fratto and The Mirage sports book director Jeff Stoneback preview Week 16 of the NFL season.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Football Bowl Edition
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Las Vegas Wynn Sports Book Director Johnny Avello go over their picks for the college bowl games.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 15
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Las Vegas Wynn Sports Book Director Johnny Avello go over their picks for week 15 of NFL football.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 14
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and TI sports book director Tony Nevill preview NFL Week 14.
Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 13
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and The Mirage sports book director Jeff Stoneback preview Week 13 of the NFL regular season. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: College football Week 14
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and The Mirage sports book director Jeff Stoneback preview Week 14 of the college football season. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Premier Vegas Sports
Rebel Nation: Boxing referee Robert Byrd sings national anthem
Bryan Salmond talks to Robert Byrd, who spends time as a referee for marquee boxing matches as well as an usher at UNLV basketball games.
Rebel Nation: UNLV underwhelms against Fresno State
Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson discuss UNLV's disappointing performance in its loss to Fresno State, including what the team has to do to get back on track as the seasons draws to a close.
Menzies, Players talk about loss to Fresno State
Marvin Menzies, Brandon McCoy and Shakur Juiston talk about UNLV's 77-64 loss to Fresno State.
UNLV vs. Fresno State highlights
Highlights of UNLV's 77-64 loss to Fresno State.
Rebel Nation: UNLV must bounce back after blowout loss to SDSU
Mark Anderson and Bryan Salmond discuss UNLV's loss to San Diego State as well as its upcoming games that can help UNLV move up the conference standings.
Danny Garcia defeats Brandon Rios via knockout
Gilbert Manzano and Bryan Salmond break down Danny Garcia's knockout victory as well as an impressive performance from David Benavidez.
Garcia, Rios talk about their fight
Danny Garcia and Brandon Rios discuss the fight in which Garcia won via a 9th round knockout.
'Sugar' Shane Mosley on being inducted to the 2018 Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame
"Sugar" Shane Mosley, an inductee of the 14-member 2018 Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame class, remembers the signature fight of his career, says that he's completely done with fighting and also breaks down the main and co-main event boxing bouts on the Feb. 17 card taking place at the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino.
Premier Vegas Sports: Boxing Editing - Presser recap
Bryan Salmond and Gilbert Manzano recap the press conferences ahead of the fights taking place on February 17.
Brandon Rios explains why he's calling himself a 'wild berry' ahead of the Danny Garcia bout
Welterweight boxer Brandon Rios will face Danny Garcia at the Mandalay Bay on Feb. 17. Ahead of the bout, he explains why he'd rather be called a 'wild berry' and not a 'cherry'.
Rebel Nation: UNLV grinds out win over Air Force
Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson break down UNLV's win over Air Force, including a dominant performance on the glass and another clutch performance from Jovan Mooring.
UNLV coach, players talk about win over Air Force
Marvin Menzies and Jovan Mooring discuss UNLV's win over Air Force.
UNLV vs. Air Force highlights
Highlights of UNLV's 81-73 win over Air Force
Premier Vegas Sports: Boxing Predictions
Premier Vegas Sports host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporter Gilbert Manzano go over their predictions for the next fight card.
Rebel Nation: UNLV putting it together down the stretch
Bryan Salmond, Mark Anderson and former UNLV basketball player Wink Adams talk about UNLV's recent success and how the team seems to be hitting its stride late in the season.
Rebel Nation: Wink Adams interview
Bryan Salmond talks to former UNLV basketball player Wink Adams about his time with the Rebels, what he thinks of the current state of the program and what life was like following his collegiate career.
Rebel Nation: UNLV shows maturity, beats Wyoming
Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson talk about UNLV's win over Wyoming including the maturity the Rebels showed as well as the play of Shakur Juiston and Brandon McCoy.
UNLV talks about win over Wyoming
Marvin Menzies, Brandon McCoy and Shakur Juiston discuss UNLV's win over Wyoming.
UNLV vs. Wyoming highlights
Highlights of UNLV's 85-70 win over Wyoming.
Rebel Nation: UNLV outlasts UNR in Reno
Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson discuss UNLV's road win over UNR, including Jovan Mooring's big night and Caleb Martin's injury.
Rebel Nation: UNLV gearing up for important games
Bryan Salmond, Adam Hill and Mark Anderson break down UNLV's close loss to Boise State as well as an improvement for Brandon McCoy.
UNLV pours in strong effort in win over San Jose State
Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson discuss UNLV's win over San Jose State, including Brandon McCoy's resurgence as well as what this means for the Rebels heading into their clash with Boise State.
UNLV coach, players talk about win over San Jose State
UNLV coach Marvin Menzies as well as Shakur Juiston and Brandon McCoy talk after the Rebels' win over San Jose State.
UNLV vs. San Jose State highlights
Highlights of UNLV's 76-67 win over San Jose State.
UNLV unveils new intro
UNLV showed off a new pregame intro that featured 3D Projections onto the court before its game against San Jose State.
UNLV gets over the hump against SDSU
Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson talk about UNLV's win over San Diego State, including a confident performance from the Rebels and another strong output from Shakur Juiston.
UNLV talks about win over San Diego State
Marvin Menzies, Shakur Juiston and Brandon McCoy talk about UNLV's win over San Diego State.
UNLV vs. San Diego State highlights
Highlights of UNLV's 88-78 win over San Diego State.
UNLV remains winless at home in conference play
Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson discuss UNLV's 85-81 loss to New Mexico.
UNLV players, coach talk about loss to New Mexico
Marvin Menzies, Shakur Juiston and Jordan Johnson discuss UNLV's loss to New Mexico
Locals in Las Vegas Bowl talk about being back
Oregon offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby and Boise State offensive lineman John Molchon, both in town to compete in the Las Vegas Bowl, talk about returning to the city after the Oct. 1 shooting. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
News
Las Vegas Morning Update For Sunday, February 25th
Sunday's headlines: Man injured after falling from escalator in downtown Las Vegas, Pot amnesty boxes greet travelers at Las Vegas airport (Rochelle Richards/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Morning Update For Saturday, February 24
Saturday's headlines: Las Vegas Valley gets first touch of white winter, Student arrested over threats against Las Vegas middle school, 51s break ground on Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin (Rochelle Richards/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Project Neon's "Main Event" to cause delays
The Nevada Department of Transportation Thursday announced the third phase of major road closures for "Project Neon," a $1 billion project to widen and redesign Interstate 15 from the U.S. Highway 95 interchange to Sahara Avenue.
Vegas Coding School Hopes To Lead The Way Into Tech-driven Future
Gabe Shepherd, campus director at PunchCode in the Arts District of downtown Las Vegas, talks about how the company is educating tech talent to benefit companies coming to Vegas. (Patrick Connolly/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Morning Update For Friday, February 23rd
Friday's headlines: Shooter on run after person injured at central Las Vegas bar, Las Vegas teen arrested after threatening shooting at Rancho High, Dog hurts girl during boarding for Southwest flight
Las Vegas Lounge shooting
Police are investigating a Friday morning shooting in central Las Vegas. One person was shot in the leg at the Las Vegas Lounge at 600 E. Karen Ave. The injured person was taken to a hospital. Their condition is not known. As of 6 a.m., the shooter is on the run.
Las Vegas Morning Update For Thursday, Feb 22
Thursday's headlines: Clark County students stage 17-minute walkout over gun violence, Las Vegas resident accused of bitcoin money laundering, Student dies after shooting himself in Ohio school bathroom
Witness to deadly Grand Canyon helicopter crash
Lionel Douglass, a Las Vegas man who witnessed the deadly helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon, is interviewed at his Las Vegas home. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Securing old mines in Las Vegas
The Nevada Division of Minerals and Clark County plan to permanently close at least 40 abandoned mine shafts at the valley's southwestern edge. The hazardous mine openings are left over from a gypsum mine that operated from 1909 until 1931. Work to fill in the shafts is set to start April 2 and take about a month. The project is expected to cost about $250,000.
Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, Feb. 21
Police have arrested two people in connection with a Monday night robbery at the South Point. Police said a woman walked up to a casino cage at the South Point, showed the cashier a gun and demanded money. Now Jason Lockwood and Tina Lopez, both 37, are booked into the Clark County Detention Center. A Las Vegas man suspected of fatally shooting two homeless men and injuring two other people has been taken into custody. 26-year-old Joshua Emmanuel Castellon faces two counts each of murder and attempted murder in addition to a federal gun charge. A federal complaint says Castellon identified himself as a Lyft driver. Police still do not have a motive for the shootings. A fire that started last night at Clark County Wetlands Park is finally contained. A little more than 14 acres burned. No injuries were reported, and the fire did not threaten any buildings. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Las Vegas firefighters put out blaze along Bonanza Road
Las Vegas firefighters put out a blaze that burned for about 15 minutes Feb. 20, 2018, along Bonanza Road, across from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. (Jeff Mosier/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Twitter video of Wetlands Park fire
Video of a brush fire at Wetlands Park on Tuesday,Feb. 20, 2018. (Baleigh Gamboa/@_Tray_savage_)
George, Amal Clooney Donate $500,000 to Gun Control March
George, Amal Clooney Donate $500,000 to Gun Control March The couple made the massive donation to “March For Our Lives,” an event organized by the student survivors of last week’s Parkland, Fla. shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School. George & Amal Clooney George & Amal Clooney The march takes place Sat., March 24 in Washington, D.C. The mission and focus of March For Our Lives is to demand that a comprehensive and effective bill be immediately brought before Congress to address these gun issues. No special interest group, no political agenda is more critical than timely passage of legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues that are rampant in our country. The Valentine's Day shooting by ex-student Nikolas Cruz claimed the lives of 17 people including students, administrators, coaches and faculty.
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, February 20
The dog flu has spread to Nevada and is expected to hit Las Vegas soon. A new strain has been detected in Northern Nevada for the first time, with 52 cases confirmed this month. Up to 10 percent of dogs die from the flu. Vets are telling owners to get pets the vaccine. Police are searching for a woman who robbed the South Point casino cage at gunpoint last night. No one was injured. The woman fled in a 2-door gold or brown sedan. Anyone with information is asked to call police. And the Lucky Dragon resort has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It comes less than a year and a half after the property opened. The resort was scheduled for a foreclosure auction this Thursday.
Police search for woman after South Point casino robbery
The South Point casino cage was robbed at gunpoint Monday night. A woman walked up to the cage about 7:40 p.m., showed a handgun and demanded cash, according to police. The suspect fled in an older model 2-door gold or brown sedan with a black top and large chrome rims. Anyone with information can contact Metro’s robbery section at 702-828-3591, or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 to remain anonymous.
Dog flu spreads to Nevada, expected to hit Las Vegas soon
The dog flu is coming, Las Vegas veterinarians say. A new-to-the-U.S. strain of the canine influenza, H3N2, has been detected in Northern Nevada for the first time, according to DogFlu.com. There have been 52 cases confirmed this month. Vets usually only recommend the vaccine for dogs traveling to an area where the flu was present. But this year, many vets are telling pet owners it’s better to be safe than sorry. Local veterinarians say they haven’t seen either flu strain in Las Vegas yet, but warn it’s just a matter of time. Symptoms resemble kennel cough, or even the human flu: coughing, sneezing, fever and lethargy. And like the human flu, dog flu can kill. Dr. Travis McDermott, hospital director at Durango Animal Hospital
Boys & Girls Clubs Of Southern Nevada Youth Of The Year
Sixteen-year-old Kaprice Burns was named "Youth of the Year" by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Monday, February 19
A new analysis of public records shows donations from a Fortune 500 health care company flowed into the campaign of Republican Sen. Dean Heller late last year after Heller co-sponsored a bill championed by the firm. Heller has received at least $39,000 in contributions from DaVita and its PAC since 2015. A woman is dead after a vehicle struck her near the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. 39-year-old John Treese was booked into the Clark County Detention Center, where he faces one count of open murder. Police say it happened early Sunday after Treese and his girlfriend got into a fight over who would drive. Firefighters battled a fire at a vacant motel in North Las Vegas this morning. The blaze broke out around 3:30 at Barker Motel on Las Vegas Boulevard North, near Carey Avenue.
Firefighters battle blaze, strong winds at vacant motel
North Las Vegas firefighters are battling a Monday morning blaze at the vacant Barker Motel at 2600 Las Vegas Boulevard North, near Carey Avenue. Firefighters fought strong winds at 3:30 a.m. as well as flames that flared from the roof of the building. Las Vegas Fire Department crews also arrived on scene just before 4 a.m. Winds were gusting between 31 and 37 mph, according to the National Weather Service. This is a developing story. Check back for more details.
Haddock fire
North Las Vegas firefighters are battling a Monday morning blaze behind a motel on Las Vegas Boulevard North. At 3:30 a.m., firefighters fought strong winds at the scene near the Las Vegas Boulevard North and Carey Avenue. Las Vegas Fire Department crews also arrived on scene just before 4 a.m.
School gardens to grow in CCSD
The Clark County School District has received $230,000 for 28 schools to build or expand gardens. The money is part of a total $410,000 approved for schools statewide through a bill passed in 2017. Woolley Elementary teacher Tony Bailey hopes to use the school's $9,900 to build more garden beds.
UNLV’s contract with Nike included provision for free new logo
UNLV could have had its logo redesigned by Nike for free, but opted to pay almost $50,000 to use the Denver firm Adrenalin. The money was raised from private donations and didn’t come directly from UNLV. UNLV unveiled the logo in June, and it was met with overwhelming ridicule. Adrenalin has redesigned logos at other colleges and for pro teams, most notably the NFL’s Denver Broncos and NHL’s Los Angeles Kings and Colorado Avalanche. Even with all that work, the end result didn’t go over well when the logo was unveiled. It is noticeable in its absence at UNLV sporting events.
Black History Month Festival 2018
The ninth annual Black History Month Festival at Springs Preserve. (Briana Erickson)
French Elementary School becomes a five-star school
French Elementary School was previously rated as two stars under the state's old accountability system. Principal Tammy Villarreal-Crabb and her staff knew something needed to change. Now, the school is rated the highest 5 stars under the state's new performance framework -- which officials tout as more rigorous than the previous system. "Our teachers really, really believe in this school," Villarreal-Crabb said.
Las Vegas Morning Update For Sunday, February 18th
Sunday's headlines: 2 more flu deaths in Clark County push death toll to 24, Las Vegas teacher grabbed first-grader by neck, police report says, 2 Nevada charter schools face possible closure over student performance
Las Vegas Morning Update For Saturday, February 17
Saturday's headlines: No severance pay for Steve Wynn, must leave property by June 1, Police seeking 2 people of interest in Las Vegas shooting, Caesars to check all ‘Occupied’ rooms on daily basis
Las Vegas Morning Update For Friday, February 16th
Friday's headlines: Wisconsin man wins $1.23M jackpot at downtown Las Vegas casino, Officials to determine final cost of Raiders stadium in Las Vegas, Police ask for help finding woman missing at Red Rock Canyon
Clark County officials outline active shooter training
Clark County School District police Captain Ken Young discusses different training students, staff and law enforcement undergo to help keep students safe in the event of an emergency. (Meghin Delaney/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas morning update for Thursday, February 15
A first-grade teacher at Cunningham Elementary School was arrested on a child abuse charge. Police say the teacher grabbed a 6-year-old boy. A local mom says four middle school students were pepper-sprayed near a school bus stop in the southwest valley. She says a car pulled up next to the kids and then sped off. A man has pleaded guilty after he punched a father of five in downtown Las Vegas. The victim died four days later. Billboard’s annual Latin Music Week is moving to Las Vegas for the first time. It will take place April 23-26 at The Venetian. The show was previously held in Miami. A Las Vegas police lieutenant and three others have been indicted in an elder abuse case. James Melton faces 14 felony counts. A Clark County school bus was in a head-on crash in Moapa Valley Wednesday. No children were on board. A Las Vegas police officer has pleaded not guilty to dozens of sexual assault and kidnapping charges involving a child. Former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is running for Senate in Utah. Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield is moving into Boulevard Mall this summer. It’s expected to staff 850 people. The art installation Seven Magic Mountains was supposed to stay here through May. It will now remain through 2018, and possibly after that.
What you need to know about the Florida shooter
According to Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, Nikolas Cruz posted disturbing images on YouTube video comments and Cruz used one AR-15 style firearm and multiple magazines. The massacre is now one of the 10 deadliest mass shootings in modern U.S. history.
Politics
Steve Sisolak Vows To Donate Salary If Elected Governor
Clark County Commission Chairman and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak speaks to CCSD employees during a news conference at the Clark County Education Association building in Las Vegas on Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. Sisolak said he would donate his salary to education nonprofits if elected governor. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn resigns as RNC finance chairman
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of people, according to the Wall Street Journal. Wynn is accused of pressuring employees to perform sex acts, the report said. "The idea that I ever assaulted any woman is preposterous" Steve Wynn's statement to the WSJ The newspaper reported "a decades-long pattern of sexual misconduct." The report included details of a $7.5 million settlement paid to a manicurist who complained about Wynn's behavior.
Nevada assemblywoman reacts to conditions in homes for mentally ill
Nevada Assemblywoman Maggie Carlton on Wednesday reacts to a state audit that uncovered dismal conditions inside 37 homes across Nevada that house mentally ill residents. (Ramona Giwargis/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
‘Personality conflict’ shakes up North Las Vegas City Hall
A ‘Personality conflict’ is shaking up North Las Vegas City Hall. City Manager Qiong Liu is negotiating her resignation. It comes one day after she insisted on firing Assistant City Manager Ryann Juden amid long-simmering tensions. Mayor John Lee insisted Juden will not be fired. The dispute reportedly stemmed from a disagreement over how to fund infrastructure projects at the Apex Industrial Park. Liu said appointing Juden was “the biggest mistake that I have made over the past 4-plus years leading the executive team.”
Business
Black History Month panel gives Las Vegas entrepreneurs advice
Five people with experience in business and government spoke Friday to the Urban Chamber of Commerce in Las Vegas Among their advice: line up potential clients before starting a business, attend networking events and seek advice from experts in the industry The chamber, founded in 1980, has hundreds of members and focuses on the welfare of black-owned businesses in Las Vegas
Nevada's tech talent
Nevada is 13,325 jobs short of the top 10 in-demand information technology ecosystem occupations.
Las Vegas Ballpark breaks ground
The Las Vegas 51s throw a celebration to break ground on their new stadium in Summerlin.
The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck has arrived in Las Vegas
McDonald's Planning Big Change for Happy Meals
McDonald's Planning Big Change for Happy Meals The restaurant chain has made a pledge to make one of their signature meals healthier by 2022. Happy Meal choices will be hamburgers and four- and six-piece Chicken McNuggets. However, parents will still be able to ask for cheeseburgers. Here are a few more key notes: • Bottled water will be added • Chocolate milk will contain less sugar • More fruits, vegetables and grains will be served French fry sizes will also be smaller. McDonald's restaurants in the U.S. will serve Happy Meals containing 600 calories or less by June. Ernest Baskin, professor of food marketing at St. Joseph's University (Money)
Women lack representation on corporate boards
Las Vegas’ largest gaming companies (by employment) have 57 members on their corporate boards combined, eight of whom are women. Only two of these companies — MGM Resorts International and Boyd Gaming Corp. — have female representation on their boards that is higher than the national average.
How to set up the Review-Journal on your Roku
Las Vegas Review-Journal shows and videos are now available to stream on your Roku device.
Las Vegas philanthropy has room to improve
It may be that cash donations are at a certain level, but volunteerism seems to be robust and donations of in-kind goods and services seems to be robust,” said Julie Murray, principal and CEO of Moonridge Group. Nicole Raz Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas cannabis oil seller opens first physical store
Earlier this month, Buy Legal Meds opened its first brick-and-mortar location The store sells products with cannabidiol, or CBD, a marijuana compound that doesn't get users high Buyers and sellers get into CBD for the fewer regulations CBD, along with low-dose edible marijuana products, has a chance at turning more people into casual users
VR experience adds new dimension to the Big Apple Coaster
New York-New York has added an optional virtual reality experience with its Big Apple Coaster. Video by Patrick Connolly Additional footage provided by MGM Resorts Music by Otis McDonald
Virtual reality on New York-New York roller coaster
Virtual reality on New York-New York's Big Apple Coaster
Nautical-themed nightspot Starboard Tack, once a Vegas staple, sets sail again
Would you stay at Wynn Las Vegas?
Reactions from visitors to the Strip were mixed Wednesday. Some found it upsetting and said if the accusations were true, they would never stay at a Wynn property again. Others were ambivalent. (Madelyn Reese/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Steve Wynn Steps Down Amid Allegations
Steve Wynn, the founder of Wynn Resorts, has stepped down as CEO and chairman amid investigations of sexual impropriety. Wynn has released a statement saying "In the last couple of weeks, I have found myself the focus of an avalanche of negative publicity." "Therefore, effective immediately, I have decided to step down as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Wynn Resorts, a company I founded and that I love." Wynn resorts also released a statement reading "Wynn Resorts remains as committed as ever to upholding the highest standards and being an inclusive and supportive employer."
Lucky Dragon Auction Is Postponed
Lucky Dragon auction is postponed to Feb. 22, 2018. Derek Stevens, owner of The D Las Vegas hotel-casino, attended the event and shared his thoughts on the future of the Lucky Dragon. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vsin Marks One-year Anniversary At South Point
Broadcast legend Brent Musburger and oddsmaker Vinny Magliulo discus sports gambling network VSiN's first year at the South Point in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Feb. 2, 2018. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review Journal)
Frank Gehry awarded Las Vegas Market’s 2018 Design Icon Award
During the World Market Center’s winter show architect Frank Gehry talks with Robert Maricich, CEO of International Market Centers and Larry Ruvo founder of Keep Memory Alive and The Lou Ruvo Brain Institute. (Michael Quine Las Vegas Review-Journal))
Las Vegas Aviation Companies Expanding
A local aviation company received design approval for the development of a 24 hangar facility and aviation training center at the Henderson Executive Airport. (Madelyn Reese/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Job creation surges in January, report says
U.S. businesses continued to hire at a healthy pace in January. Payroll processor ADP said Wednesday that companies added 234,000 jobs. Job gains at that pace are easily enough to drive down an already-low unemployment rate. Companies have been steadily adding jobs for the past eight years. On Friday, the government’s employment report for January will likely show a gain of 175,000 jobs.
Used bookstore opens in Henderson NV
Copper Cat Books in Henderson NV opened in December. Madelyn Reese/ Las Vegas Review-Journal
Prologis land purchase
Warehouse developer Prologis bought 57 acres of land near the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The property is linked to Louis Schooler, a San Diego businessman who was accused of real estate fraud. Schooler sailed solo to French Polynesia and went missing there. His boat was found in July 2016 on a sparsely populated atoll. He was declared dead after a police officer saw a corpse wash off Schooler's boat, into the ocean.
Sexual misconduct allegations are Steve Wynn's issues, not the city's, Las Vegas mayor says
"I just think its really sad, but people aren't guilty of anything, until, in fact, you have the actual information," Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said about Steve Wynn. Read more at reviewjournal.com. Nicole Raz Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn resigns as RNC finance chairman
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of people, according to the Wall Street Journal. Wynn is accused of pressuring employees to perform sex acts, the report said. "The idea that I ever assaulted any woman is preposterous" Steve Wynn's statement to the WSJ The newspaper reported "a decades-long pattern of sexual misconduct." The report included details of a $7.5 million settlement paid to a manicurist who complained about Wynn's behavior.
Las Vegas hotel maids to ask for panic buttons in guest rooms
The Culinary union will ask Las Vegas casinos and hotels to supply guest room attendants with panic buttons amid national attention to the issue of workplace sexual harassment. The proposal is part of the union’s demands as it readies for talks for 50,000 of its 57,000 employees on a five-year contract with casinos next month, said Bethany Khan, a spokeswoman for Culinary Local 226. Panic buttons would allow guest room attendants to notify security if they are in an uncomfortable or threatening situation. The union will be renegotiating contracts with Caesars, MGM Resorts International and several downtown casinos starting in mid February.
Solar array to power Wynn’s Paradise Park in Las Vegas
Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s new Paradise Park will be powered entirely by renewable energy using a dedicated 160-acre solar array built 375 miles away near Fallon that is capable of producing up to 20 megawatts of electricity. According to Wynn officials, no other Las Vegas resort is powered by a larger percentage of green energy. The solar array is slated to go online within the next few months and will deliver enough renewable energy to power 5,056 homes and eliminate 33,734 metric tons of CO2 emissions from the environment annually.
Blockchains land purchase
A mysterious software firm is buying more than 67,000 acres of land in Northern Nevada with plans to showcase its technology there. Blockchains LLC — whose website does not list any executives, a phone number or clear explanations of what its software does — is acquiring the land at the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center. It buying a landmass triple the size of Summerlin, Las Vegas’ largest master-planned community. The seller, developer Lance Gilman, says a major announcement from the company is expected by the end of February.
McCarran Airport through the years
McCarran Airport through the years
McCarran International Airport has unveiled its $30 million face-lift of Terminal 1
McCarran International Airport has unveiled its $30 million face-lift of Terminal 1 Passengers are now greeted with brighter lights, new terrazzo flooring, silver-colored wall panels and digital signs throughout Terminal 1 Terminal 1 is home to market-leader Southwest Airlines, along with Spirit, American, Delta and Las Vegas-based Allegiant. Work wrapped up in November in sprucing up the airport’s baggage claim area, ticketing lobby and restrooms, but airport officials waited to unveil the final product until Wednesday.
Nevada economic development leaders hope for ongoing support of tax abatements
“If we stay the course, we have the ability to unlock a ton of economic growth going forward,” said Jonas Peterson, president and chief executive officer of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance. “This is an election year. A lot of decisions are going to be made. … The system is working.” Read more at reviewjournal.com. Nicole Raz Las Vegas Review-Journal.
R.W. Garcia is one of the largest food manufacturers in Clark County
R.W. Garcia is one of the largest (top 20) food manufacturers by employment in Clark County, according to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation. R.W. Garcia makes tortilla chips. You probably didn't think of your local bakery as a food manufacturer, but that is how the government classifies such establishments.
Entertainment
Fergie's Performance Draws Mixed Reactions at NBA All-Star Game
Fergie's Performance Draws Mixed Reactions at NBA All-Star Game The star's rendition of the national anthem drew some laughs from the crowd. Even some of the all-stars themselves were shocked...
BAFTA 2018: Best Dressed Stars on the Red Carpet
BAFTA 2018: Best Dressed Stars on the Red Carpet
Shepard Fairey and Sum 41 drummer Frank Zummo unveil one-of-a-kind drum kit at Hard Rock Hotel
James Probst And Megan Fazio Love Story
James Probst and Megan Fazio grew up near each other in Houston, but didn’t meet until hiking in Red Rock Canyon. (Kevin Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
VR experience adds new dimension to the Big Apple Coaster
New York-New York has added an optional virtual reality experience with its Big Apple Coaster. Video by Patrick Connolly Additional footage provided by MGM Resorts Music by Otis McDonald
Las Vegas Philharmonic conjures 'Sounds From Twilight'
Virtual reality on New York-New York roller coaster
Virtual reality on New York-New York's Big Apple Coaster
UNLVs Nevada Conservatory Theatre swings for the Fences
4 fun alternatives to boring Valentine’s Day traditions in Las Vegas
Performers with the Ms. Senior Nevada Pageant entertain their fellow seniors
Sugar Factory makes a Valentine Smooch Martini for Valentine's Day
China Lights at Craig Ranch Regional Park
The first-ever Chinese New Year China Lights festival in North Las Vegas runs until Feb. 25. (Briana Erickson)
Discovery's Design Zone connects math, science and fun
5 movie cliches you're sick of seeing
Wreck Room in Las Vegas lets you destroy glass bottles and TVs
Wreck Room in Las Vegas lets you break various items, from glass bottles to printers. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Kitchen Table Squared in Las Vegas serves a bloody mary topped with a feast
Kitchen Table Squared in Las Vegas serves a bloody mary topped with a feast (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
You can get Trash Can Nachos in Las Vegas
Rainbow Ryders takes flyers high above the Las Vegas Valley
The Laundry Room serves specialty cocktails — if you can get in
Former 'Today' Show Anchor Ann Curry 'Not Surprised' By Matt Lauer Allegations
During an appearance on CBS This Morning, Ann Curry was asked about her former "Today" co-anchor. I can tell you that I’m not surprised by the allegations.
Tour guide Babs Daitch recalls Vegas days working for Sinatra
From entertainer to tour guide, Babs Daitch has seen all sides of Las Vegas. (Carol Cling/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Dolores O'Riordan, Lead Singer of The Cranberries, Dead at 46
The band's publicist confirmed Dolores O'Riordan's death in a brief statement. No further details are available at this time.
This Las Vegas bar has a 'wine ATM'
Serve yourself at a "wine ATM." Hostile Grape at M Resort lets you pour your own. (Janna Karel/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
"Pawn Stars" hits No. 500
"Pawn Stars," which debuted in June 2009, marks its 500th show this month. The broadcast is set for Jan. 22. Rick Harrison asks, "Who wants to watch a show about four fat guys working at a pawn shop?" But the owner of Gold & Silver Pawn has helped turn his father, Richard; son, Corey; and Austin "Chumlee" Russell into TV stars. From The Colosseum at Caesars Palace ... Celine Dion had to cancel a weekend show. She said in a statement on Twitter she was resting, under doctor's orders. On New Year's Eve, she welcomed the idea of a duet with Lady Gaga. As Celine says, "I would love I would love that. I love her so much.”
Rosina shows us how to make a cocktail from their secret mint julep menu
Hoda Kotb Joins Savannah Guthrie as 'Today' Show Co-Host
Hoda Kotb Joins Savannah Guthrie as Co-Host of NBC's 'Today' Kotb is now officially co-host of the popular morning show after temporarily filling in for Matt Lauer who was fired in November over sexual harassment claims. This has to be the most popular decision that NBC News has ever made. Hoever, Kotb isn't a completely new face as she co-hosted the fourth hour of the show with Kathie Lee Gifford since 2008. I am pinching myself," Kotb said. "I think we should send some medics to Alexandria, Virginia, where my mom has likely fainted after hearing the open of that show." Having two female co-anchors is rare in morning news with the first instance occurring from 2006-09 when Diane Sawyer and Robin Roberts co-anchored ABC's "Good Morning America."
How Black Tap Makes Their "Texan Burger"
Black Tap is coming to Las Vegas
Britney Spears ends Las Vegas Strip run with ‘Rockin’ Eve’ performance
Britney Spears will end her residency on the Las Vegas Strip with a performance on “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2018.” Her appearance will be broadcast during the nationwide, all-star show. Spears started her Vegas residency over New Year’s weekend 2013. She has no performance dates scheduled for 2018. The 5 1/2-hour “Rockin’ Eve” show will start at 5 p.m. from Times Square in New York. Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons are set to perform from the 2nd annual Central Time Zone countdown from New Orleans. 00:50
Monkey Bar at SLS serves the Peppermint Bliss cocktail
Real Estate Millions
Real Estate Millions: Uri Vaknin
Real Estate Millions host Susan Kocab interviews Uri Vaknin about the renovations he made to his home and why he chose a one story building.
Real Estate Millions: MacDonald Highlands
Brad and Ann Adams talk about their home in MacDonald Highlands.
Real Estate Millions: MacDonald Highlands
Real Estate Millions: Toll Brothers
Toll Brothers Granite Heights
Home for the holidays with Pia Zadora
Singer Pia Zadora might have a swanky room named for her at Piero’s Italian Cuisine, but the place she really holds dear is her home in The Ridges of Summerlin. Her son, Jordan Kaufer, appears as Santa Claus in his mother’s show at Piero’s Italian Cuisine in downtown Las Vegas. Zadora lives with her third husband, Michael Jeffries; her 20-year-old son from her second marriage, Jordan Kaufer, and two dogs, Snowflake and Merle Singer Pia Zadora says she loves "everything Christmas," and her home in The Ridges is decked out for the holidays. The star of stage and screen welcomed Real Estate Millions into her 7,000-square-foot, five-bedroom home to talk about her Las Vegas history. Pia Zadora works in her music studio at her Summerlin home. She performs at the iconic Piero’s Italian Cuisine in downtown Las Vegas. A portrait of Pia Zadora by Andy Warhol is displayed over the living room bar. Memorabilia includes a framed photo of one of Pia Zadora's first modeling jobs, an ad for Dubonnet wine, her 1985 Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Performance and the 1982 Golden Globe Award for Best Female New Star of the Year.
Business Insights: Rhonda Allen
Buck Wargo interviews Rhonda Allen, a fine homes specialist with Shapiro & Sher Group at BHHS, has assisted 17 players and staff and counting with about two-thirds of those involving home purchases — including some that are multimillion-dollar acquisitions — and the others that were rentals. Many home purchases were for $750,000 and above.
Real Estate Millions: 98 Sunglow Lane
Real Esate Millions: 98 Sunglow Lane
Real Estate Millions: Frank Marino
Entertainer Frank Marino, the star of “Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas,” has always had flair to spare and plenty of devoted fans. But since buying a home in Eagle Hills in Summerlin, come Halloween, he has to pull out all the stops.
Real Estate Millions _ Episode 4 -The Lakes Estates
Former professional boxer Beibut Shumenov lists Lakes Estates home for $5.3 million
Exclusive Tour of Desert Contemporary Home at Ascaya
This week on the Las Vegas Review Journal’s Real Estate Millions Host Susan Kocab tours the an inspiration home at the exclusive residential development of Ascaya. The home was designed by the Marmol Radziner architectural firm. The lead designer Brad Williams and Ascaya Sales Manager Darin Marques unfold the detailed specs of designing this truly authentic desert contemporary design.
Real Estate Millions - Episode #3 - Marmol Radziner at Ascaya (1)
Real Estate Millions host Susan Kocab visits a $7.7M home in Ascaya, a luxury residential community in Henderson.
Real Estate Millions: MacDonald Highlands
This week the Las Vegas Review Journal's Real Estate Millions featured yet another gorgeous Vegas Valley Home at MacDonald Highlands in Henderson. the $12.5 Million Dollar listing overlooks the Dragon Ridge Golf Course.
Real Estate Millions
MGM Resorts International executive Bobby Baldwin has placed his golf-course home in Southern Highlands on the market for $6.25 million. The 12,000-square-foot home sits on 1.26 acres and has its own adjacent park.
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