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Jon Gruden Does Not Think Raiders Are Distracted – VIDEO

Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden talks about what he’s looking for in the teams third preseason game Thursday in Winnipeg, also says he doesn’t believe in the narrative of Hard Knocks and Antonio Brown distracting the team. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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Thunderbirds get ready for Aviation Nation - VIDEO
The Thunderbirds, based at Nellis Air Force Base, will be among the performers at Aviation Nation 2019 at Nellis this weekend, Nov. 16-18. (Briana Erickson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Raiders' Incognito Recalls Incident Similar to Browns-Steelers Brawl - VIDEO
After Thursday's game between the Browns and Steelers saw a brawl between Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolf, Richie Incognito recalls a similar indecent from earlier in his career. Jon Gruden expects DJ Swearinger and Dion Jordan to go on Sunday against the Bengals.
Reilly Smith Interview from the Golden Edge Podcast - VIDEO
Golden Knights winger Reilly Smith joins our Golden Edge crew at City National Arena for a special edition of the Golden Edge podcast.
Judging the Judges: Family Court
Family Court judges made up more than half of the 11 most unpopular judges reviewed in the 2019 Judicial Performance Evaluation.
On to Cincinnati | Vegas Nation Red Zone
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and show host Heidi Fang give a preview of the Bengals, recap the Raiders win over the Chargers and give an update on injuries heading into Sunday's game.
Sanchez on playing Hawaii
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about playing Hawaii. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Mirage's iconic volcano expands hours on Las Vegas Strip - VIDEO
The Mirage volcano has expanded its hours, adding 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. daily times to its ongoing hourly schedule through 11 p.m. An MGM Resorts International spokeswoman says the 11 p.m. time was added in the late spring/early summer this year. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Judging the Judges: A Look at the Survey
Rene Summerour, Metro Editor Carri Geer Thevenot and UNLV political science professor, Dr. Rebecca Gill discuss the 2019 Judicial Performance Evaluation, Judging the Judges.
Judging the Judges 2019: Municipal and Justice Courts
Most of Clark County's municipal and justice court judges are performing generally well, per the latest "Judging the Judges" survey.
Weekend traffic, what you need to know
What you need to know to get around including traffic, events, and alternative routes.
Bengals Impress Raiders Coaches Despite Win-less Record - VIDEO
The focus this week for the Raiders is making sure not to over look the win-less Cincinnati Bengals for this Sunday's game. Despite the Bengals record, they do have impressive players.
Judging the Judges: District Court
Most of Clark County's judges are performing well, but some did not fair as well in the Review-Journal's 2019 Judging the Judges Judicial Performance Evaluation.
Judging the Judges: Appellate Court
Attorneys feel each Nevada Supreme Court Justice is performing generally well, according to the latest Judicial Performance Evaluation.
Giving Machine unveiled
Light the World Giving Machine was unveiled in Downtown Summerlin on Thurs., Nov. 14, 2019. (Renee Summerour/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Massive curved LED screen turning heads at Treasure Island Las Vegas
Cityneon Holdings, the parent company of the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at Treasure Island, unveiled the second-largest curved LED screen in Las Vegas on Oct. 31.
There's a Life-Size Gingerbread House on Las Vegas Strip
There's a Life-Size Gingerbread House on the Las Vegas Strip (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Look to Take Advantage of Bengals Run Defense - VIDEO
With the Bengals being last in the NFL in terms of run defense and record, the Raiders are looking to capitalize on rookie running back Josh Jacobs already impressive season.
Flu activity is high in Las Vegas and state
Walgreens Pharmacy Manager Maria Masood talks to a reporter about high flu activity in Las Vegas and Nevada during an interview at the Walgreens on Blue Diamond Road in Las Vegas Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019. Based on flu prescriptions, Walgreens flu index shows that Las Vegas is the No. 4 market for flu activity and Nevada is the No. 2 state. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
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Golden Edge Mailbag | November 14th, 2019
The Review-Journal's Ben Gotz and Adam Hill are back for a new rendition of the Golden Edge mailbag! Send in your VGK questions, and they'll answer them live on the stream.
Suspected drunk driver traveling wrong way on I-15 dies in crash - VIDEO
Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Jason Buratczuk said the crash happened about 3:30 a.m. when a woman driving a dark-colored vehicle believed to be a Volkswagen was heading the wrong way on northbound Interstate 15, between Lake Mead Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue, on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
I-15 northbound closed at Lake Mead due to rollover
I-15 northbound is closed this morning due to a rollover crash. The interstate is closed in the northbound lanes at Lake Mead traffic is being diverted.
M Resort plans to offer gameday experience with Raiders partnership
The Raiders and M Resort entered into a 10-year partnership as announced at a press conference Wednesday. Raiders president Marc Badain called the hotel the team's "home away from home" and M Resorts general manager Hussain Mahrous said the hotel, new team store and Raiders Bar & Grill will provide a great gameday experience for fans. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights to honor "Miracle on Ice" team
The Golden Knights will honor the 1980 USA Olympic men’s hockey team on the 40th anniversary of its “Miracle on Ice” victory against the Soviet Union next year. On Feb. 22, a public event with the 1980 team will take place at the Thomas & Mack Center that will include video of never-before-seen moments from its implausible run at Lake Placid, New York. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Organ donation floragraph ceremony
Jacob Jimmerson is celebrated with a floragraph after his organs were donated following his death in April 2019. (L.E. Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
M Resort, Raiders announce partnership
The M Resort announced on Wednesday that they are the official team headquarters hotel of the Raiders. Raiders president Marc Badain and M Resort general manager Hussain Mahrous announced the partnership at a press conference in Henderson. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Allegiant Stadium District Possibilities- Video
Allegiant Stadium, the future home of the Las Vegas Raiders, is well on its way to making its completion date of late-July 2020. As for the surrounding area, known as the Stadium District, plans are now in motion to develop the industrial area into a place where fans can potentially enjoy game-day activities.
Raiders Are Not Overlookng Winless Bengals - VIDEO
The Raiders are making sure to stay focused this week to avoid what would be an upset to the 0-9 Cincinnati Bengals. While the Bengals have not won a game this season Jon Gruden is making sure the Raiders do not take them lightly. (Le'Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Daughter of Manuel Mata Appears in Court for Testimony - Video
The daughter of Manuel Mata appeared in court for a testimony. She was home at the time of the incident.
Dion Jordan Practices, Gruden Declines Comment on Kaepernick - VIDEO
The Raiders brought in former first-round pick defensive end Dion Jordan after placing Arden Key on IR. Jon Gruden declines comments on the Colin Kaepernick workout taking place this Saturday as the team prepares for the Bengals.
Family of DUI fatal crash victim speaks out - VIDEO
The wife and children of DUI fatal crash victim Marcial Escobia, 65, of Las Vegas, speak out about the crash that killed a loving father, husband and grandfather. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gordon Ramsay talks about feeding his 6-month-old son Oscar
Gordon Ramsay has a baby in the house again
The chef discusses his new son Oscar
William McCurdy speaks about voting
William McCurdy, chairman of the Nevada State Democratic Party, speaks about voting during an interview with the Review-Journal. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @reviewjournal
Man charged in model's death to be released under house arrest - Video
Christopher Prestipino, who has been charged in the death of Esmeralda Gonzalez, has posted $500,000 bail. District Judge Douglas Herndon confirmed on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, that Prestipino should be released on house arrest while he awaits trial. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Route 91 Plea Agreement
The Arizona man who sold ammunition to the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman has entered into a plea agreement with prosecutors.
DUI suspect in fatal crash makes court appearance - VIDEO
A man facing multiple charges in connection with a suspected drunk driving crash Saturday admitted to investigators that he’d been drinking prior to the fatal crash. Aaron Kruse was made a court appearance on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Vegas Changes Everything: Grandma - LVCVA ad
"Grandma" is a new television spot from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority prepared to entice visitors to come during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. (Visit Las Vegas/YouTube)
Vegas Changes Everything: Chaos - LVCVA ad
"Chaos" is a new television spot from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority prepared to entice visitors to come during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. (Visit Las Vegas/YouTube)
Casandra Garrett appears in court over model's death - Video
Casandra Garrett was in court on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, in Las Vegas after she was extradited from Wisconsin. She is facing charges in connection with the slaying of Esmeralda Gonzalez, a 24-year-old model whose body was found encased in concrete in October. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Program helps homeless youth gain trade skills - VIDEO
HomeAid WORKS is a program that helps homeless youth learn skills for construction trades. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sheridan Su’s Every Grain Is Now Open
Sheridan Su's latest restaurant, Every Grain, is open for lunch from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. (Al Mancini/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Alex Tuch Returns to Practice After Second Injury - Video
Golden Knights right wing Alex Tuch returned to practice on Tuesday afternoon. Tuch missed the last four games due to an upper-body injury sustained in the team’s 4-3 overtime loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Nov. 3.
New allegations involved Steve, Elaine Wynn - VIDEO
The new allegations were presented Friday in a motion that included a 2018 affidavit, alleging former hairstylist Jorgen Nielsen tried to convince a friend to say Steve Wynn raped her and that she bore his son. The affidavit also included new allegations suggesting Elaine Wynn and Nielson orchestrated the assault scandal. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Fitness chain Life Time acquires former Sullivan Square site
Fitness chain Life Time has acquired the former Sullivan Square site in Las Vegas for $14 million. The southwest valley property, across the street from Ikea, is little more than a giant hole in the ground. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Golden Knights Know They Need to Play More Dominant Style of Hockey - Video
The Golden Knights recent road trip turned out to be an unsuccessful one, as the team went 1-3 away from home. Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch says one of the problems lately has been that his team is just trying to win games, instead of completely dominating their opponents.
University Center Drive unveiling - VIDEO
Swenson Street has been renamed University Center Drive after a four year effort by UNLV. (Mick Akers/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Donny and Marie: A look back at their Las Vegas residency - Video
Donny and Marie Osmond were famous long before they opened at the Flamingo. So when Donny and Marie opened at the Flamingo on Sept. 9, 2008, they and their fans were ready. What was supposed to be a short-term engagement was renewed repeatedly over the years, and their show continued to be a consistent Strip draw even as Las Vegas waited to outlast a recession.
Smoked Sazerac at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse in Las Vegas
Chase Jefferies, a bartender at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse in Las Vegas, makes a Smoked Sazerac by shaking Hennessy, Bulleit Rye, Pernod Absinthe, maple syrup and Peychaud’s Bitters with ice, then filling a snifter with applewood smoke and pouring the drink over an oversized ice cube. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Red Rock helicopter crash - VIDEO
Body cam footage from the crash scene of a helicopter at Red Rock on Oct. 23, 2019. (Nevada Highway Patrol)
Injuries Persist as Raiders Prepare for Bengals - VIDEO
The Raiders have dealt with the injury bug all season and this week is no different. safety Karl Joseph has been placed on IR, and cornerback LaMarcus Joyner is awaiting an injury designation as the team prepares to take on the Cincinnati Bengals. (Le'Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Bring in Safety D.J. Swearinger, Place Karl Joseph on IR - VIDEO
In Thursday's win against the Los Angeles Chargers, Raiders safety Karl Joseph was injured on the game clinching interception. The team placed Joseph on injury reserve and brought in D.J. Swearinger to help fill the gap. (Le'Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Downtown Las Vegas Celebrates Veterans Day - Video
Downtown Las Vegas hosted a Veterans day parade on Fourth street running from Gass and Stewart Avenue. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
School revives would-be drop-outs
Randy Pagel, district director for Acceleration Academy, talks to the Review-Journal about how the school is geared toward high school drop-outs and students behind in credit. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV basketball suffers first loss of the season - Game Highlights
UNLV junior guard Amauri Hardy's career-high 27 points were not enough to help lift his team past Kansas State. The Runnin' Rebels fell 60-56 in overtime to the Wildcats on Saturday evening. Rebel Nation host Cassie Soto and Rebels beat writer Mark Anderson discuss what went wrong in the final minutes for UNLV.
AgeWell Expo At Red Rock Resort - Video
Locals gather at the Red Rock Resort to go to the second AgeWell Expo of the year, which is hosted by the Review-Journal.
Thanksgiving Set to Be Milestone Date for Allegiant Stadium, Raiders - Video
Thanksgiving will be a big day for Allegiant Stadium, the future home of the Raiders, as two major accomplishments are set to be hit by this date.
Las Vegas developer J Dapper buys Huntridge Theater for $4 million - VIDEO
Las Vegas developer J Dapper has reached a deal to buy the shuttered Huntridge Theater for $4 million. The run-down, World War II-era building needs a lot of work. Dapper wants to renovate the theater and envisions building apartments and a restaurant next to it. Multiple revival plans have come and gone over the years for the Huntridge. But supporters said they are excited about Dapper’s acquisition plan.
Caesars Forum Convention Center Starts Selling Space - Video
The Caesars Forum convention center in Las Vegas has started to sell space for the $375 million, 550,000-square-foot facility that potentially could accommodate 10,000 people at a time.
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Community concerned about residential treatment centers
Neighbors in Las Vegas community concerned about treatment centers opening in their residential neighborhood.
Nevada Dental Board resignations
Gov. Steve Sisolak announce three Nevada dental board members are stepping down, and two top staffers were terminated. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth brings together advocates for summit
Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY) and Sands Cares brings together a variety of agencies and advocates for the third annual Southern Nevada Youth Homelessness Summit at The Venetian Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Phil Maloof on selling his Palms Place penthouse.
Phil Maloof sold his 59th-floor penthouse at Palms Place. (Eli Segall/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Adoption exchange in Clark County
Clark County’s child welfare agency is collaborating with a nonprofit in hopes of placing over the next year more than 70 foster children who statistics indicate would otherwise have difficulty finding adoptive homes. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Warm weather in the Las Vegas Valley sticking around - Video
With an area of high pressure staying firm along the West Coast, the mild weather conditions in the Las Vegas Valley will remain for several days. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Bodycam footage of Henderson Police Officers in Fatal Shooting of Mother - Video
Bodycam footage from an officer-involved shooting where the officers a 7-year-old male juvenile with apparent stab wounds and an agitated adult female.
Real Estate Millions | The Property Brothers talk Dream Home No. 1
Drew and Jonathan Scott, TV's Property Brothers, talk about their newest Dream Home project in the MacDonald Highlands community in Henderson, NV. (Angus Kelly/Real Estate Millions)
Caesars Forum Convention Center Starts Selling Space - Video
The Caesars Forum convention center in Las Vegas has started to sell space for the $375 million, 550,000-square-foot facility that potentially could accommodate 10,000 people at a time.
Raiders' Short Week Ends In Victory, Beat Chargers 26-24
The Raiders beat the Chargers 26-24 in their second game in 5 days. Once again Karl Joseph and the Raiders defense came up big sealing, the game on an interception. (Le'Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Win Second Thriller in 5 Days - VIDEO
The Raiders beat the Chargers 26-24 in the teams' second game in 5 days. The Raiders were able to stall Phillip Rivers and the Chargers offense in the final moments to seal the victory. (Le'Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders' Defense Comes Up Big in Win Over Chargers, 26-24 - Video
The Raiders beat the Charges 26-24 in the Thursday Night Football divisional matchup. The defense played a huge part in the win, as safety Erik Harris nabbed two interceptions for his team including a pick-six. Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto and Vegas Nation podcast host Heidi Fang break down the win and how the defense really stepped up against a division rival.
Starbucks holiday cups are back
The holiday cups have returned to Starbucks and the design is a riff on this year’s holiday theme, with the words “Merry Coffee.”
Get Review-Journal Website Access For Free At Starbucks Stores - Video
Coffee is best served with a newspaper. A new partnership between Starbucks and the Review-Journal ensures the coffee giant's customers have unlimited access to reviewjournal.com.
Gallant on OT loss to TOR
Las Vegas developer J Dapper buys Huntridge Theater for $4 million - VIDEO
Las Vegas developer J Dapper has reached a deal to buy the shuttered Huntridge Theater for $4 million. The run-down, World War II-era building needs a lot of work. Dapper wants to renovate the theater and envisions building apartments and a restaurant next to it. Multiple revival plans have come and gone over the years for the Huntridge. But supporters said they are excited about Dapper’s acquisition plan.
O.J. Simpson files lawsuit against The Cosmopolitan over TMZ story - VIDEO
A lawsuit filed Thursday alleges that The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas defamed O.J. Simpson when hotel employees told TMZ he was kicked out of the casino “for belligerence” in November 2017. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Governor Sisolak on Nevada dental board changes
Gov. Steve Sisolak gave brief comments Thursday on the latest regarding the state dental board members. (Bill Dentzer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Olivier on season expectations
UNLV women's basketball coach Kathy Olivier talks about the upcoming season. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
3 more arrested, accused of abuse at east Las Vegas group home - Video
Three more people were arrested in connection with an unlicensed group home in the east valley that authorities first raided in September, police said Thursday. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)