Marriage license kiosk coming to Las Vegas airport

A pop-up marriage license office will greet travelers at McCarran International Airport next month. The Clark County Clerk’s Office will keep the office open from Feb. 9 to 17 to help couples get marriage licenses during the Valentine’s Day, President’s Day and Chinese New Year holidays. “The days around Valentine’s Day and the Presidents’ Day weekend are always some of our busiest,” County Clerk Lynn Goya said. The office will be located in the baggage claim area in Terminal 1. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

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Wetlands Park brush fire
A plume of thick, black smoke visible across the Las Vegas Valley rose into the sky late Tuesday afternoon . A brush fire at the Wetlands Park, north of Sam Boyd Stadium, burned between six and 10 acres. The fire was reported around 5:30 p.m. No one was injured and no buildings were destroyed. A crew remained on the scene and as of 3 a.m. Wednesday about 50 percent of the fire had been contained. Firefighters will remain at the park until the fire is fully contained. The cause of the fire was unknown.
Las Vegas firefighters put out blaze along Bonanza Road
Las Vegas firefighters put out a blaze that burned for about 15 minutes Feb. 20, 2018, along Bonanza Road, across from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. (Jeff Mosier/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Organizations give bikes away to kids for attendance
Various community organizations came together to donate about 105 bikes to students at Whitney Elementary who had perfect attendance for eight weeks and no tardies. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Twitter video of Wetlands Park fire
Video of a brush fire at Wetlands Park on Tuesday,Feb. 20, 2018. (Baleigh Gamboa/@_Tray_savage_)
UNLV's Menzies, Juiston talk about coming back from loss
UNLV basketball coach Marvin Menzies and forward Shakur Juiston talk about bouncing back from San Diego State loss with Fresno State visiting. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Coach Gerard Gallant on Tomas Hyka's first NHL appearance
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks about wing Tomas Hyka on Tuesday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
NASCAR Weekend Traffic Press Conference
Chris Powell briefs the media on what to expect traffic-wise for the first tripleheader NASCAR weekend of the year March 2-4. (Madelyn Reese/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
George, Amal Clooney Donate $500,000 to Gun Control March
George, Amal Clooney Donate $500,000 to Gun Control March The couple made the massive donation to “March For Our Lives,” an event organized by the student survivors of last week’s Parkland, Fla. shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School. George & Amal Clooney George & Amal Clooney The march takes place Sat., March 24 in Washington, D.C. The mission and focus of March For Our Lives is to demand that a comprehensive and effective bill be immediately brought before Congress to address these gun issues. No special interest group, no political agenda is more critical than timely passage of legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues that are rampant in our country. The Valentine's Day shooting by ex-student Nikolas Cruz claimed the lives of 17 people including students, administrators, coaches and faculty.
The Right Take: Shooting Surviors Push For Gun Control
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Gerard Gallant got offsides challenge right vs Ducks
The Knights coach is only 2-6 on challenges but admitted Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 sometimes he challenges calls knowing he’ll lose but his team gets extra rest. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Covering The Cage: Live Interview With Elias Theodorou
Covering The Cage host Heidi Fang talks with Elias Theodorou to preview UFC on Fox and becoming a ring boy.
Southwest Airlines focused on supporting growth in Las Vegas
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly talks about supporting a growing Las Vegas.
Cinemark to ban large bags from its movie theaters
Starting Thursday, Cinemark will ban bags or packages larger than 12x12x6 from its theaters. According to Cinemark's website, the move is “in an effort to enhance the safety and security of our guests and employees.” The theaters will make exceptions for diaper bags and medical equipment bags. In Las Vegas, Cinemark operates theaters at The Orleans, Sam’s Town, Santa Fe Station, South Point and Suncoast as well as the Cinedome in Henderson.
Who is Matt Maddox
Matt Maddox, now the CEO and President of Wynn Resorts Ltd, first joined the company in 2002 Since 2002, Maddox has worked as Wynn's Senior Vice President of Business Development and Treasurer as the Senior Vice President of Business Development for Wynn Las Vegas, LLC as the Chief Financial Officer of Wynn Resorts (Macau), S.A., and as the Company’s Treasurer and Vice President—Investor Relations. Maddox has been with the company for all four of its openings
Clark County signs banner of support for Parkland, Florida residents
Clark County is inviting residents to sign a banner with messages of support for Parkland, Fla., after the school shooting that left 17 dead. County commissioners were the first to sign the banner Tuesday morning. The banner can be found in the rotunda of the Clark County Government Center. It will be sent to Parkland next week.
Las Vegas morning update for Tuesday, February 20
The dog flu has spread to Nevada and is expected to hit Las Vegas soon. A new strain has been detected in Northern Nevada for the first time, with 52 cases confirmed this month. Up to 10 percent of dogs die from the flu. Vets are telling owners to get pets the vaccine. Police are searching for a woman who robbed the South Point casino cage at gunpoint last night. No one was injured. The woman fled in a 2-door gold or brown sedan. Anyone with information is asked to call police. And the Lucky Dragon resort has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It comes less than a year and a half after the property opened. The resort was scheduled for a foreclosure auction this Thursday.
Police searching for woman who robbed South Point casino cage
Las Vegas police are searching for a woman who robbed the South Point casino cage at gunpoint Monday night. The woman walked up to the cage about 7:40 p.m., showed the teller a handgun and demanded cash, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. No one was injured in the robbery. She got away with an “indeterminate” amount of money, police said, and fled the casino in an older model 2-door gold or brown sedan with a black top and large chrome rims. Anyone with information on the robbery can contact Metro’s robbery section at 702-828-3591, or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 to remain anonymous.
Police search for woman after South Point casino robbery
The South Point casino cage was robbed at gunpoint Monday night. A woman walked up to the cage about 7:40 p.m., showed a handgun and demanded cash, according to police. The suspect fled in an older model 2-door gold or brown sedan with a black top and large chrome rims. Anyone with information can contact Metro’s robbery section at 702-828-3591, or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 to remain anonymous.
Dog flu spreads to Nevada, expected to hit Las Vegas soon
The dog flu is coming, Las Vegas veterinarians say. A new-to-the-U.S. strain of the canine influenza, H3N2, has been detected in Northern Nevada for the first time, according to DogFlu.com. There have been 52 cases confirmed this month. Vets usually only recommend the vaccine for dogs traveling to an area where the flu was present. But this year, many vets are telling pet owners it’s better to be safe than sorry. Local veterinarians say they haven’t seen either flu strain in Las Vegas yet, but warn it’s just a matter of time. Symptoms resemble kennel cough, or even the human flu: coughing, sneezing, fever and lethargy. And like the human flu, dog flu can kill. Dr. Travis McDermott, hospital director at Durango Animal Hospital
Golden Edge: Knights Fall 2-0 Against Ducks
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp go over the Golden Knights loss to the Anaheim Ducks.
Golden Knights React To Loss Against Ducks
The Golden Knights react to their 2-0 loss against the Anaheim Ducks.
Golden Edge: Ducks Defeat the Golden Knights 2-0
Golden Edge video host Bryan Salmond provides an update following the Golden Knights 2-0 loss to the Anaheim Ducks.
Stefan Matteau ready to step in and help Knights
The forward took Pierre-Edouard Bellemare’s place in the lineup Monday, Feb. 19, 2018 vs. Anaheim (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Lucky Dragon bankruptcy
Less than a year and a half after it opened, the Lucky Dragon is in bankruptcy. Developers of the off-Strip, Chinese-themed resort filed for Chapter 11 protection on Feb. 16. The bankruptcy came less than a week before the property's scheduled foreclosure auction. Lucky Dragon was the first resort built from the ground up in Las Vegas since the recession but has faced mounting problems.
Las Vegas rabbit rescuer talks pet ownership
Las Vegas tabs Golden Knights as new favorite to win Stanley Cup
The Golden Knights took over the NHL’s points lead Saturday. On Monday, the Knights were at the top of another board. The expansion team from Las Vegas became the new betting favorite at the Westgate Superbook to win this year’s Stanley Cup at 4-1 odds. The Knights opened at 200-1 and were as high as 500-1 before the 2017-18 season, according to Westgate sports book director Jay Kornegay. “The Knights started off as the longest shot on the board to win the Stanley Cup,” Kornegay said. “No one was betting them. There was no interest, which totally makes sense for an expansion team. Now it’s crazy to say they’re the favorite to hoist the Cup."
Poet Nancy Nelson Fights Alzheimer's Her Own Way
Nancy Nelson was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease in 2013, and attributes much of her continuing health to diet, exercise and a positive attitude.
Rebel Nation: UNLV must bounce back after blowout loss to SDSU
Mark Anderson and Bryan Salmond discuss UNLV's loss to San Diego State as well as its upcoming games that can help UNLV move up the conference standings.
New Wynn CEO says ‘The future is bright'
Matt Maddox, CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd., talks about the value of Wynn employees and the future of the company.
Money for Las Vegas shooting victims
Three major sources of funds are available in Nevada for victims and related initiatives of the Oct. 1 shooting. 1. Nevada Victims of Crime program The fund is financed primarily by fines and penalties paid by convicted offenders, not by tax dollars. The money is used to pay for a variety of services, including medical bills, funerals and counseling for anybody who was a victim of a crime that took place in Nevada. 2. Las Vegas Victims’ Fund This 501(c)(3) nonprofit was set up on behalf of Clark County and has collected money from around the world in response to the shootings at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival. The entirety of the money in the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund will go to people in three categories: - The families of those who were killed in the shooting and people who sustained permanent brain damage and/or permanent paralysis resulting in continuous home medical assistance. -People who were physically injured as a result of the shooting and first admitted to a hospital between Oct. 1 and Oct. 10 for at least one night through Dec. 15. - People who were physically injured as a result of the shooting and who were treated on an emergency or outpatient basis on or before Oct. 10. 3. Vegas Strong Fund The Vegas Strong Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit created by the Nevada resort industry in response to the shooting. Half of whatever the Vegas Strong Fund collects was slated to land in the Las Vegas Victims' Fund by Jan. 31. Jan Jones Blackhurst, chairperson of the Vegas Strong Fund, said the other half will “support long-term needs of the community.”
Las Vegas morning update for Monday, February 19
A new analysis of public records shows donations from a Fortune 500 health care company flowed into the campaign of Republican Sen. Dean Heller late last year after Heller co-sponsored a bill championed by the firm. Heller has received at least $39,000 in contributions from DaVita and its PAC since 2015. A woman is dead after a vehicle struck her near the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. 39-year-old John Treese was booked into the Clark County Detention Center, where he faces one count of open murder. Police say it happened early Sunday after Treese and his girlfriend got into a fight over who would drive. Firefighters battled a fire at a vacant motel in North Las Vegas this morning. The blaze broke out around 3:30 at Barker Motel on Las Vegas Boulevard North, near Carey Avenue.
Fergie's Performance Draws Mixed Reactions at NBA All-Star Game
Fergie's Performance Draws Mixed Reactions at NBA All-Star Game The star's rendition of the national anthem drew some laughs from the crowd. Even some of the all-stars themselves were shocked...
Firefighters battle blaze, strong winds at vacant motel
North Las Vegas firefighters are battling a Monday morning blaze at the vacant Barker Motel at 2600 Las Vegas Boulevard North, near Carey Avenue. Firefighters fought strong winds at 3:30 a.m. as well as flames that flared from the roof of the building. Las Vegas Fire Department crews also arrived on scene just before 4 a.m. Winds were gusting between 31 and 37 mph, according to the National Weather Service. This is a developing story. Check back for more details.
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Haddock fire
North Las Vegas firefighters are battling a Monday morning blaze behind a motel on Las Vegas Boulevard North. At 3:30 a.m., firefighters fought strong winds at the scene near the Las Vegas Boulevard North and Carey Avenue. Las Vegas Fire Department crews also arrived on scene just before 4 a.m.
Feb.12-Feb. 18: See the week’s best photos from RJ photographers
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Golden Knights forecheck
At first glance, the Knights’ 1-2-2 forecheck doesn't look unusual. But it’s the aggression the Knights use that makes their forecheck unique. “They’re a tenacious team." - Flyers coach Dave Hakstol The Knights are second in the NHL with 642 takeaways. “I think it’s a good indicator when we’re playing well is when our forecheck is going.” - center Erik Haula
The D casino owner early to adapt to bitcoin
Derek Stevens, owner of The D casino and the Golden Gate casino, adapted bitcoin for payment early on at his establishments. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Volunteers honor Oct. 1 victims with cataloguing memorial artifacts
Volunteers helped access artifacts from the Oct. 1 shooting memorial at the Las Vegas sign into a permanent collection at the museum. On Tuesday they specifically catalogued artifacts left at the crosses of Las Vegas residents Quinton Robbins and fallen Officer Charleston Hartfield. Rachel Aston Las Vegas Review-Journal @rookie__rae
School gardens to grow in CCSD
The Clark County School District has received $230,000 for 28 schools to build or expand gardens. The money is part of a total $410,000 approved for schools statewide through a bill passed in 2017. Woolley Elementary teacher Tony Bailey hopes to use the school's $9,900 to build more garden beds.
Lights Out: Las Vegas Lights Lose To Vancouver
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz go over the Las Vegas Lights loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps and how head coach Jose Luis Sánchez Solá visited the stands after being ejected.
Danny Garcia defeats Brandon Rios via knockout
Gilbert Manzano and Bryan Salmond break down Danny Garcia's knockout victory as well as an impressive performance from David Benavidez.
Danny Garcia says his game plan against Brandon Rios paid off
Danny Garcia finished Brandon Rios by way of technical knockout in the ninth round of their boxing bout at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Both Garcia and Rios discussed their tilt at the post-fight news conference.
Garcia, Rios talk about their fight
Danny Garcia and Brandon Rios discuss the fight in which Garcia won via a 9th round knockout.
Las Vegas Lights React To Loss Against Vancouver
Las Vegas Lights head coach Jose Luis Sanchez Sola and midfielder Juan Jose Calderon react to their loss against the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Las Vegas Lights Vs Vancouver Whitecaps Highlights
Highlights from the Vancouver Whitecaps at Las Vegas Lights game.
Centennial wins eighth consecutive Sunset Region title
Bishop Gorman wins Sunset Region basketball title with 57-46 win over Clark
Bishop Gorman defeated Clark 57-46 Saturday to win the Sunset Region boys basketball title at legacy.
Golden Edge: Knights dominate Canadiens
Bryan Salmond, Steve Carp and David Schoen talk about the Golden Knights dominant win over Montreal, including Vegas' upcoming schedule.
Gerard Gallant talks about the Golden Knights win over Montreal
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant answers questions about his team's 6-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens.
UNLV’s contract with Nike included provision for free new logo
UNLV could have had its logo redesigned by Nike for free, but opted to pay almost $50,000 to use the Denver firm Adrenalin. The money was raised from private donations and didn’t come directly from UNLV. UNLV unveiled the logo in June, and it was met with overwhelming ridicule. Adrenalin has redesigned logos at other colleges and for pro teams, most notably the NFL’s Denver Broncos and NHL’s Los Angeles Kings and Colorado Avalanche. Even with all that work, the end result didn’t go over well when the logo was unveiled. It is noticeable in its absence at UNLV sporting events.
Black History Month Festival 2018
The ninth annual Black History Month Festival at Springs Preserve. (Briana Erickson)
Golden Edge: Vegas explodes for 6 goals against Montreal
Bryan Salmond recaps the Golden Knights' 6-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens.
Kathy Olivier talks about the Lady Rebels' win over SDSU
Kathy Olivier talks about the Lady Rebels' win over SDSU on Feb. 17, 2018, at Cox Pavilion. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
WNBA laying pro basketball groundwork In Las Vegas
Bill Laimbeer, coach of the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces, talks about the role the team will play in perhaps bringing an NBA team to Las Vegas. (Ron Kantowski /Las Vegas Review Journal)
Las Vegas Morning Update For Sunday, February 18th
Sunday's headlines: 2 more flu deaths in Clark County push death toll to 24, Las Vegas teacher grabbed first-grader by neck, police report says, 2 Nevada charter schools face possible closure over student performance
CCSD's high transiency rates poses challenge for district
D'Andre Burnett has been in six school since the sixth grade. The transiency rate, of the district interrupts learning and graduation rates. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the play of the team's fourth line Friday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Estimated Cost Remains at $1.9 Billion
Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and Bill Bradley discuss updates around the Las Vegas Raiders stadium, scheduled to be completed by 2020.
Garcia and Rios engage in a skirmish during boxing weigh-in
During the weigh-in ahead of their Feb. 17 welterweight boxing bout at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, Danny Garcia and Brandon Rios got into a heated skirmish.
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Cabana Market Shooting -- Persons of Interest
On February 3, 2018 at approximately 1:57 p.m., patrol officers were dispatched to a parking lot located in the 3900 block of East Owens Avenue to investigate a report that a man had been shot. Responding officers located an unresponsive adult male suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department)
Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Estimated Cost Remains at $1.9 Billion
Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and Bill Bradley discuss updates around the Las Vegas Raiders stadium, scheduled to be completed by 2020.
New Wynn CEO says ‘The future is bright'
Matt Maddox, CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd., talks about the value of Wynn employees and the future of the company.
Bull Captured After Roaming Through Central Las Vegas
Las Vegas police and animal control captured a bull Wednesday morning after it roamed through central Las Vegas for several hours.
Police search for woman after South Point casino robbery
The South Point casino cage was robbed at gunpoint Monday night. A woman walked up to the cage about 7:40 p.m., showed a handgun and demanded cash, according to police. The suspect fled in an older model 2-door gold or brown sedan with a black top and large chrome rims. Anyone with information can contact Metro’s robbery section at 702-828-3591, or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 to remain anonymous.
Fergie's Performance Draws Mixed Reactions at NBA All-Star Game
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Lucky Dragon bankruptcy
Less than a year and a half after it opened, the Lucky Dragon is in bankruptcy. Developers of the off-Strip, Chinese-themed resort filed for Chapter 11 protection on Feb. 16. The bankruptcy came less than a week before the property's scheduled foreclosure auction. Lucky Dragon was the first resort built from the ground up in Las Vegas since the recession but has faced mounting problems.
What's it like in the standing room only area for Golden Knights games?
Hockey fans talk about the standing room only party deck at T-Mobile Arena where one can enjoy all-inclusive beer and hot dogs during Vegas Golden Knights games. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review Journal)
Lights FC hope to end use of controversial chant
The Lights FC successful preseason opener had one major issue. Certain fans used a chant that has anti-homosexual connotations. The club is hoping to end its use immediately. The chant has a history of use in Mexican soccer but has been condemned by FIFA. Lights owner Brett Lashbrook: “Of course it’s not permitted. Of course it’s not tolerated.”
Runaway bull finally corralled
It wasn't a typical chase Wednesday morning involving Las Vegas police. Las Vegas Animal Control as well as a sergeant from the Henderson Police Department joined forces to capture a bull on the loose in central Las Vegas. The bull's freedom lasted about four hours after being spotted around 3 .a.m. at Turquoise Road and Silver Lake Drive. The bull finally was corralled on Ophir Drive. Metro tracked the bull with a helicopter and patrol units blocked traffic while the bull was tranquilized and finally coaxed into a trailer about 7 a.m. This was not the first time a bull had gotten loose inside city limits. On April 16, 2017, a bull bolted for freedom from his northwest valley corral near Texas Station and was captured while running southbound on Michael Way.
Vegas Golden Knights cross train with Cirque du Soleil
The Vegas Golden Knights joined artists from Cirque du Soleil for some cross training at the KÀ Theater at MGM Grand.
Las Vegas Morning Update For Friday, February 16th
Friday's headlines: Wisconsin man wins $1.23M jackpot at downtown Las Vegas casino, Officials to determine final cost of Raiders stadium in Las Vegas, Police ask for help finding woman missing at Red Rock Canyon
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Las Vegas theater showing ‘Black Panther’ on 270-degree screen
Want to see more of “Black Panther”? Like, say, 180 degrees more? AMC Town Square is one of three places in the U.S. where you can, thanks to ScreenX. The format uses multiple projectors and screens along the theater's side walls to create an immersive, 270-degree viewing experience.
Sports Betting Spotlight: College Basketball Week 15
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Rebel Nation: UNLV must bounce back after blowout loss to SDSU
Mark Anderson and Bryan Salmond discuss UNLV's loss to San Diego State as well as its upcoming games that can help UNLV move up the conference standings.
Danny Garcia defeats Brandon Rios via knockout
Gilbert Manzano and Bryan Salmond break down Danny Garcia's knockout victory as well as an impressive performance from David Benavidez.
Manny Pacquiao expected to fight at Mandalay Bay in April
Las Vegas was able to squeeze in Manny Pacquiao after all. After MGM officials told Top Rank promoter Bob Arum no venues were available in April, Pacquiao’s return bout appeared headed to New York’s Madison Square Garden. But Pacquiao’s favorite Las Vegas venue recently became available. Top Rank’s April 14 boxing card will take place at the Mandalay Bay Events Center Arum declined to confirm the venue switch because the card hasn’t been officially announced. He’s working to finalize a bout between Pacquiao and Mike Alvarado, best known for his trilogy against Brandon Rios.
A Golden Night to Remember: Couple gets married during Vegas hockey game
The first in-game wedding in team history occurred during the second intermission of the Knight’s 4-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers.
Brandon Rios explains why he's calling himself a 'wild berry' ahead of the Danny Garcia bout
Welterweight boxer Brandon Rios will face Danny Garcia at the Mandalay Bay on Feb. 17. Ahead of the bout, he explains why he'd rather be called a 'wild berry' and not a 'cherry'.
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