The founding member of the ‘Four Seasons’ has died of COVID-19.
Tommy DeVito, was the founding member of the rock ’n’ roll group .
and an inspiration for the “Jersey Boys” musical.
DeVito had been hospitalized for weeks and was on a ventilator until he died in Henderson. .
He was 92
The founding member of the ‘Four Seasons’ has died of COVID-19.
RAIDER FANS OUT IN FORCE.
The coronavirus left Raiders fans on the outside looking in at
Allegiant Stadium on Monday night. .
But it did not prevent football enthusiasts in the valley and beyond from celebrating the team’s long-awaited Las Vegas debut
Samanta Arjune had an extra ticket to the Route 91 Harvest festival country music concert on the Strip Oct. 1., and invited her brother Malcolm Bissember. They thought the gunfire was fireworks. When they realized it was gunfire, they started to run.
Comedian and actor Andrew Dice Clay has put his “lucky house” in Las Vegas on the market for $1 shy of $1 million.
MGM Resorts International announced that Park MGM and NoMad on the Las Vegas Strip will be smoke-free facilities when they reopen Sept. 30.
Somber Las Vegas ceremonies mark 9/11 Anniversary.
A tribute to those lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks was held in front of Allegiant Stadium Friday morning. .
Nearly two dozen first responders attending a flag-raising ceremony to honor the fallen.
Other Las Vegas firefighters in the valley, performing a traditional ringing of the bell in front of Fire Station Five on Hinson Street.
The Sept. 11, 2001, attacks by the al-Qaida Islamic extremist group killed 2,977 people. .
Four commercial airplanes were hijacked, with two used to topple the World Trade Center towers in New York City. .
A third plane was crashed into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. The fourth hijacked plane, Flight 93, crashed in a field in western Pennsylvania.
“We can not only commemorate the lives of all those we lost in the attacks on 9/11, but also I think it is equally important we honor those heroes who are with us every single day,” , County Commissioner Michael Naft.
“We need to make sure people don’t forget what happened that day. If we can have an event here every 9/11 to memorialize that and keep it in people’s minds so we remember, we will do it.”, Raiders President Marc Badain
This Day in History:, 9/11 Terrorist Attacks.
September 11, 2001.
Masterminded by Saudi national Osama bin Laden,
four American airplanes were hijacked by
19 members of the terrorist group, al Qaeda. .
The terrorists flew two of the planes
into the Twin Towers of the
World Trade Center in New York City. .
a deeply shocked nation watched the
collapse of the Twin Towers live on national television. .
A third plane was flown into the
west side of the
Pentagon military headquarters. .
Passengers on the fourth plane,
United Flight 93, overtook the terrorists.
The plane crashed into a Shanksville, PA, field
rather than its unknown target. .
Nearly 3,000 people died in the attacks,
the most significant in American history. .
Nearly 10,000 people who were exposed
to the debris of the fallen towers have been
diagnosed with 9/11-related cancer. .
The economic toll of the attacks
has approached $1 trillion. .
In response to 9/11,
the Department of Homeland Security
was created. .
On the ten-year anniversary of the attack,
the World Trade Center memorial
“Reflecting Absence” was opened to the public
A Las Vegas judge found that no more marijuana dispensary licenses must change hands in the case dubbed “world war weed.”
North Las Vegas City Manager Ryann Juden called the state’s allocation of federal coronavirus relief funding “institutional racism.”
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors approved a deal to acquire the Las Vegas Monorail system for $24.26 million.
Katy Larrabee of Las Vegas, a mother of three students, speaks on her experience assisting her children with distance education after several weeks into the school year.
The family of a man shot and killed by officers during a Black Lives Matter protest filed a federal lawsuit against the Metropolitan Police Department.
Letty’s is now open in Downtown Las Vegas
The Clark County “Stop, Swab & Go” testing process has begun at three sites in the Las Vegas Valley. Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom was on hand at the Sam Boyd Stadium site to explain the blitz and take a test himself. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds flew over the Las Vegas Valley today at 1:10 p.m.
Residential fire leaves one dead in Las Vegas
McMillan, a run-stuffing linebacker who has 177 tackles over 28 career starts over his first three NFL seasons, is a former second-round pick in 2017 out of Ohio State. He missed his rookie season with a knee injury but has been a productive player in the two seasons since.
Las Vegas police arrested an Arizona woman on suspicion of stealing approximately $1 million from poker champion Antonio Esfandiari and his father.
President Donald Trump closed the gap on Joe Biden in 2020 U.S. presidential election betting odds following the final night of the Republican National Convention.
John Katsilometes interviews singer Skye Dee Miles at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. supper club at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
A local paramedic who was hospitalized for four months with the coronavirus was released from a Henderson rehabilitation hospital on Friday.
Las Vegan Ryan Romero, 26, turned his life around thanks to running. In an effort to lose weight and reduce blood pressure, he went for a run. He worked his way up to a marathon, and competed in every Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon event last year. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Janie Sandberg of Henderson, mother of three, discusses a petition she made asking Gov. Sisolak to reopen playgrounds, at Siena Heights Trailhead Park in Henderson on Friday morning, Aug. 28, 2020.
Vegas Nation host Heidi Fang is joined by former Raiders’ offensive tackle in the latest edition of the Takeaways podcast. Kennedy spoke about what Derek Carr needs to do in 2020, the strength of the team’s offensive line and gave his thoughts on the new facility and more.
Full episodes can be found on VegasNation.com. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The layoffs, which were first made public in May, affect roughly 18,000 furloughed MGM employees.
More than 500 visitors to Nevada have tested positive for the new coronavirus since casinos reopened in June, according to newly released state data.
Students on campus react to the news of two COVID-19 cases on campus. They believe more cases will pop up, but feel the school is doing everything it can to keep everyone safe.
The Mirage on the Las Vegas Strip reopened to the public Thursday morning. It shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic on March 16. (John Katsliometes/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Before Friday’s Raiders practice the Vegas Nation crew got to take a look at the concession options inside the Allegiant Stadium concourse.
This week’s guest is Raider Nation personality J. T. the Brick. Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto is joined by Allegiant Stadium insider Mick Akers, sports reporter Le’Andre Fox, and Vegas Nation podcast host Heidi Fang, Adam Hill and Vinny Bonsignore. As training camp continues and we are less than three weeks from the showdown in Carolina and the Raiders prove to be deep with offensive weapons and a linebacking crew that has become a spotlight of their defense.