Don Webb, chief operating officer of the LV Stadium Co., gives the Review-Journal a tour of the Raiders headquarters under construction in Henderson. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bianca Zepeva, a shaker at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer at The Venetian in Las Vegas, makes a State Fair CrazyShake with a kettle corn rim, caramel, corn-based ice cream, popcorn brittle, crushed kettle corn, sprinkles and a cherry. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Review-Journal)
Finn Carter appears in court.
A woman accused of trafficking an 11-year-old girl on the Strip agreed to plead guilty to a child abuse charge, her attorney said. Gigi Mitchell, 40, faces several counts of child abuse and one count of child sex trafficking. The 11-year-old girl told social worker Felicia Tucker that she was a “hustler” and entered nightclubs where she drank and flirted with men.
With the latest surge of grasshoppers in the Las Vegas Valley, Evel Pie on Fremont decided to create the Canyon Hopper pizza with grasshoppers sourced from Oaxaca, Mexico.
A Cimarron-Memorial product who now plays linebacker for the Oakland Raiders says he’ll do everything in his power to be a part of the 2020 roster that will play in his hometown of Las Vegas. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Ed and Michael discuss the Raiders first practice in pads from Napa, Ca.
During the Raiders’ alumni weekend during the team’s training camp in Napa, former cornerback Mike Haynes talked about the pros and the cons of the Oakland Raiders impending move to Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Aces are tied at the top of the standings and are looking to keep up the success from the first half of the season.
Downtown Las Vegas is adding 81 hotel rooms as the boutique Apache Hotel at Binion’s opens its doors Monday. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)