Golden Knights fans will have the opportunity to partake in a VGK wedding, commitment ceremony or vow renewal ceremony before games three and four against the San Jose Sharks, according to a press release.
Rochelle Richards hails from the great state of Kentucky. She moved to Las Vegas in 2012 to finish her journalism degree at UNLV. During her time at UNLV she covered Lady Rebel basketball and volleyball before graduating in 2014. She joined the Review-Journal in February 2016 as a sports agate clerk, joined the digital team in October 2016, and was promoted to the role of Sports Digital Content Producer in March 2019.
Tuesday night at the Aviators home opener at Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin, an umpire was booed by the crowd for interfering with the team’s lovable “Bat Dog.”
The Golden Knights have encouraged fans to #KnightUp and show their support for the team during the Stanley Cup playoffs, and now Mandalay Bay is doing the same.
Las Vegas is now home to the 2019 USA Hockey champs.
The Golden Knights are celebrating their last game of the season inside the Fortress with a celebration of their fans.
Petco means it when they say “all leased pets are welcome” in their stores.
In true Las Vegas fashion, T-Mobile Arena is living up to the reputation of being in the entertainment capital of the world.
Bonnie Springs Ranch is officially closing its gates tomorrow.
Get ready to spend your days watching countless hours of live streams. April the Giraffe is expecting another baby.
Vegas Madness has officially begun.
The chance to explore a galaxy far, far away is approaching at light speed.
Lights FC owner Brett Lashbrook announced on Monday that he guarantees the Lights FC will defeat Austin Bold FC in the 2019 United Soccer League opening match on Saturday, or else all fans in attendance will get free tickets.
It’s no secret that Las Vegas loves Marc-Andre Fleury.