More than 65 years ago, a 1-kiloton bomb ushered Las Vegas and Nevada into the atomic age.
Michael Quine is an Emmy award-winning videographer who has produced video and multimedia content for the RJ since 2005, including special projects for the web and broadcast. After a 20-year-career as a professional musician, he began working at the forefront of web-based multimedia technologies, digital video, VR, web programming and graphic design. Michael has been honored by the Nevada Press Association, the Best of the West journalism awards and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He holds a Part 107 drone pilot license and hails from Dallas, Texas.
On July 3, 1975, just before the Fourth of July holiday weekend, a summer monsoon triggered a flash flood in the Las Vegas Valley.
The Raiders stadium in Las Vegas continues to take shape without little to no impact from the winter storm that passed through the valley on Wednesday and Thursday this week.