Las Vegas Aces media day
Las Vegas Aces media day
27 Shadow Canyon is a $5.5 million dollar home is 9,825 square-feet with six bedrooms and 7 baths. Shadow Canyon is equipped with an assortment of Tesla Amenities including power walls, solar panels, and an electric car.
The Raiders Stadium Authority has released new drone footage of the Las Vegas Stadium.
Aviators beat Isotopes, 1-0 in 10 innings
Courtney Kaplan, mother of Michael “Mikie” Sigler, the Cimarron-Memorial High School senior who died after a crash while riding his motorcycle, said his family is grateful for his decision to donate organs. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Las Vegas Stadium Commission – Item 9 May 23, 2019
UNLV golfer Harry Hall talks about playing in the NCAA Championship. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
After suffering several injuries in his rookie season with the Oakland Raiders, a healthy Kolton Miller vows to perform better at left tackle and talks about the potential the offensive line has.
At issue is a red flag law, which allows a court to order someone to turn over their firearms if they pose a threat to themselves or others. Narrowly tailored, these laws can be effective. But getting the details wrong can turn a good idea into a bad law. It’s a tough balancing act to design a law that allows the government to seize someone’s weapons while respecting an individual’s right to due process.
Stacy Law-Blind and Mistinguett bring Showgirl Bootcamp to the Saxe Theater. The concept is to turn ordinary girls into showgirls, using makeup, walking and dress tips. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)
Lake Mead will be packed with many visitors on Memorial Day weekend. The Nevada Department of Wildlife is letting people know how to be safe out on the Lake
To make the Buffalo Cauliflower served at the Breathe Pool Lounge and Nirvana Pool at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, cook Adam Tapia fries the florets, tosses them with Frank’s RedHot and serves
Slobodan Miljus, the suspect in a homicide in which he allegedly used a baseball bat to kill his wife appears in court Thursday.
Harold Norris, executive chef at Cafe Americano at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, coats brioche in cinnamon and chocolate and layers it with Nutella and bananas. Heidi Knapp Rinella/Review-Journal
Cadesha Bishop, the murder suspect in the death of a 74-year-old man who was pushed off a bus appears at a preliminary hearing on Thursday, May 23rd.
Neuse hits home run, Aviators win 7-5
The Linq is soon to bring virtual reality and holograms to the Strip along with 4D slots in a new technology immersed environment.
Co-Founder of Foundation Assisting Seniors, Favil West, talks about the Henderson nonprofit and their 16th annual benefit golf tournament to take place on Memorial Day, May 27. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
UNLV baseball coach Stan Stolte talks about the upcoming Mountain West tournament. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority votes to approve a $48.7 million contract with California-based The Boring Company, a spinoff of Elon Musk’s SpaceX venture, for an underground people-mover transit system at the convention center.
The language in the bill banning bump stocks is still too vague. Red flag laws are a violation of due process. Rural counties are right to not enforce the background check bill, because it violates the constitution. That’s according to Don Turner, president of the Nevada Firearms Coalition.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr responds to rumors that team was going to draft a quarterback in the 2019 NFL Draft with the intention of replacing him.
UMC held its first donor walk Wednesday, to honor Michael Sigler, who donated his organs after succumbing to injuries from a motorcycle accident. (University Medical Center)
A judge in Las Vegas rejected arguments Tuesday from lawyers for a man facing three murder charges who asked to throw out the death penalty, in part, because prosecutors serve in the Legislature.
The Raiders Stadium continues its construction on schedule and reporters Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and special guest project director on the Las Vegas Stadium Paul Dudzinsky go over all the latest updates.
Las Vegas Aviators’ Dustin Fowler hit a 2-run homer.
Henderson City Council unanimously approved a lease agreement with the Vegas Golden Knights to build and operate an indoor ice hockey facility in downtown Henderson, Tuesday evening. ( Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)
Las Vegas leaders welcomed the groundbreaking of the first residential development at Symphony Park on Tuesday.
For the first time this season, the Oakland Raiders are reporting for organized team activities. While the team did not dress in full pads, helmets only, Vegas Nation crew Heidi Fang and Michael Gehlken report on what they saw at OTAs.