Nevada Politics Today: Adam Laxalt

Review-Journal reporter Victor Joecks interviews Adam Laxalt, Attorney General and Candidate for Governor of Nevada.

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UNLV's Tony Sanchez on USC
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about opening against a program like USC. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Vegas Nation: Raiders Offense Struggles Against Rams
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond, Gilbert Manzano and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over the Raiders preseason loss to the LA Rams.
Former UNLV baseball coach Fred Dallimore remembers Manny Guerra
Former UNLV baseball coach Fred Dallimore speaks of the impact long time major league scout Manny Guerra had on the Las Vegas baseball community during a memorial celebrating Guerra's life on Aug 18, 2018. (Ron Kantowski/Review Journal).
Las Vegas Morning Update — Sunday, August 19, 2018
A Walk Through Circus Circus
It only takes a short walk through Circus Circus to realize it attracts a demographic like no other casino on the Strip: families with young children. (Todd Prince/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps Live: Week 1
Ben Gotz and Elaine Wilson go over the highlights for week one of high school football games.
Henderson police bodycam footage of officer-involved shooting
Henderson police released body-worn camera footage of an officer-involved shooting in a grocery store parking lot at 2667 Windmill Parkway on Aug. 12, 2018. (Henderson Police Department)
Nevada Preps: Basic Holds Out Week 1
Ben Gotz goes over Basic's week 1 win over Durango on the shoulders of quarterback Paul Myro.
Nevada Preps: Centennial Get Comeback Win Against Sierra Vista
Justin Emerson goes over Centennial's comeback win against Sierra Vista
Arbor View runs over Valley View (CA), 60-13 to kick off football season
Arbor View flexed their running power, beating Valley View (CA) 60-13 in the Aggies' first football game of the season.
A’ja Wilson talks about the loss to Dallas
A’ja Wilson talks about the Las Vegas Aces after their loss to Dallas on Friday, August 17. (Sam Gordon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Aces vs Wings highlights from Aug. 17
The Aces fell to the Dallas Wings 107-102 on Friday night and were eliminated from postseason contention, Both teams were 14-18 entering the game and the Wings hold the tiebreaker, rendering the results of Sunday’s season finale null.
Morphy Auctions, a vintage slot machines seller, wants gaming license
Vice president Don Grimmer talks about Morphy Auctions at the company's warehouse located at 4520 Arville Street in Las Vegas on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018. (Rick Velotta/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UFC's Shevchenko isn't sure if Montano will show up to fight her
At a media day to promote UFC 228 on Friday, women's flyweight contender Valentina Shevchenko expressed concern as to whether or not her opponent, division champion Nicco Montaño, will show up to fight her on Sept. 8 in Dallas.
Robotics takes off at Las Vegas Academy
Las Vegas Academy’s robotics team made it all the way to the world competition last year, the first year the team competed. Zackary Perry describes how they programmed their robot to compete. The team is an example of what Tesla wants to have in every school in the state. (Meghin Delaney/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV's Tony Sanchez on practice
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about Friday's practice. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas Morning Update — Friday, August 17, 2018
UNLV's Tony Sanchez on practice
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about Thursday's practice. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
UNLV's Tony Sanchez on practice
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about Thursday's practice. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Vegas Nation Mailbag
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal sports writer Gilbert Manzano go over the hot takes from Raiders fans.
UNLV's defensive coordinator Tim Skipper faces challenges
UNLV defensive coordinator Tim Skipper talks about the challenge of taking over that side of the ball. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas Morning Update — Saturday, August 18, 2018
Here’s what’s happening this weekend in Las Vegas.
Real Estate Millions: Todd Fisher Estate
Todd Fisher gives a tour of his Las Vegas home.
Nevada's venture capital money doesn't stay in state
Zach Miles, associate vice president for economic development for UNLV, said there’s venture money in Southern Nevada, “but trying to find the right groups to tap into for that money is different.” According to a 2017 report from the Kauffman Foundation, Las Vegas ranked number 34 out of 40 metropolitan areas for growth entrepreneurship, a metric of how much startups grow. With a lack of growing startups in Las Vegas, investment money is being sent outside of state borders. The southwest region of the U.S. received $386 million in funding in the second quarter, with about $25.2 million in Nevada. The San Francisco area alone received about $5.6 billion. (source: CB Insights)
LVMPD delayed by parking garage gate during Las Vegas shooting
Two Las Vegas police officers rush to respond to the Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival and Mandalay Bay when they are stuck behind a gate at a parking garage trying to get out.
During Las Vegas shooting, civilians try to help police at crime scene
Las Vegas police discuss civilians trying to offer help at the Oct. 1 shooting scene on the grounds of the Route 91 Harvest festival in this body camera footage.
Las Vegas Oct. 1 shooting montage of police body camera footage
Las Vegas police respond to the Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival and to Mandalay Bay resort in this body camera footage.
Explosives strapped to Mandalay Bay room door on Oct. 1
Newly released body camera footage from the Oct. 1 shooting shows the tense moment as two officers crept into a Mandalay Bay hallway to strap explosives to a hotel room door riddled with bullet holes. SWAT officer Levi Hancock placed the charges while K-9 officer David Newton protected him with a ballistic shield held up in front of the door that killer Stephen Paddock had fired through earlier, wounding hotel security guard Jesus Campos. The moment was captured by the body camera strapped to Newton’s shoulder. Newton can be heard breathing as Hancock works. Then they retreat silently back into a nearby stairwell. The whole thing lasts less than a minute.
Bicyclist suffers major head trauma in hit-and-run
A bicyclist was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a Thursday morning hit-and-run crash near the school formerly known as Agassi Prep. Police said the bicyclist was hit by a white SUV, which fled the scene. The injured man suffered multiple injuries including major head trauma. As of 9 a.m., Lake Mead remained closed between Martin Luther King and Revere Street while police investigate.
Las Vegas Morning Update — Thursday, August 16, 2018
Sports Betting Spotlight: Green Bay Packers
Sports Betting Spotlight host Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and CG Analytics Oddsmaker Will Bernanke go over the odds for the Green Bay Packers 2018 season.
Las Vegas artist Dave Dave dies at 42
Dave Dave talks about his art and his life in 2016. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Minnesota Vikings
Sports Betting Spotlight host Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and CG Analytics Oddsmaker Will Bernanke go over the odds for the Minnesota Vikings 2018 season.
Sports Betting Spotlight: Cleveland Browns
Sports Betting Spotlight host Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and CG Analytics Oddsmaker Will Bernanke go over the odds for the Cleveland Browns 2018 season.
Dave Dave, whose dad set him on fire in 1983, dies
Dave Dave, a respected Las Vegas artist who was badly scarred as a boy when his father tried to burn him to death in Southern California, died at Sunrise Hospital on July 15. He was 42. When he was 6, Dave's father tried to kill him by setting him on fire. He was given a sleeping pill and his bed at a Buena Park, California, motel was doused with kerosene. “I remembered being in a lot of pain,” Dave told the Review-Journal in 2016. “When stuff happens to you at that young of an age, you tend to block it out, but I remember the pain was excruciating.” Dave, who was born David Rothenberg, became close friends with Michael Jackson, who met him after the attack, which burned more than 90 percent of his body. “I wanted to meet him, and he wanted to meet me, and that just turned into a lifelong relationship that never ended,” Dave said. “It was amazing being friends with Michael Jackson. He was an amazing person.” Dave attended ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California, and collaborated with various artists around Las Vegas, eventually selling his art to private collectors. Despite his challenges, he continued to live, thrive and create. Dave Dave
Arbor View prepares for season opener
Arbor View players discuss their upcoming game against Valley View (California) at Arbor View High School on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018. (Damon Seiters/Las Vegas Review-Journal )
Vegas Nation: Bryant and Roberts return to practice
Raiders beat writer Micheal Gehlken goes over how Martavis Bryant and Seth Roberts return to practice and how Jon Gruden is training quarterback Connor Cook.
UNLV's Tony Sanchez on Wednesday's practice
Coach Tony Sanchez discusses Wednesday's football practice. Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Sports Betting Spotlight: Pittsburgh Steelers
Sports Betting Spotlight host Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and CG Analytics Oddsmaker Will Bernanke go over the odds for the Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 season.
Nevada Preps: High School Football Week One Preview
Ben Gotz and Justin Emerson are in studio previewing the 2018 high school football season.
Joe Vento continues to play music at 100
Joe Vento, an 100-year-old musician, shares life memories as a local musician.
Gruden Looks Towards End of Training Camp, LA Rams Game
Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden talks about the team's final full day of training camp as well as the team's upcoming preseason game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Henry Chang, an artist, is bringing two art cars to Burning Man
Henry Chang, owner of Henry Chang Design, is bringing two art cars to Burning Man. Chang and his crew assembled one of the art cars at Henry Chang’s Design garage in Las Vegas. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal @bizutesfsye
Las Vegas Morning Update — Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Homicide detectives investigate woman's death
Las Vegas police were called to Tahiti Village Resort early Wednesday after calls that someone had been shot. Police found a woman’s body between a parking garage and boiler room on the resort's property. A guest first reported hearing gunfire. There are no witnesses, but police will examine surveillance videos and look for clues. The woman was not identified, but a purse was found near the body. She did not appear to be a guest at the resort.
Vegas Nation: Donald Penn Returns
Bryan Salmond is in studio and Michael Gehlken reports on Donald Penn's return to practice from Napa, CA on August 14, 2018.
LVMPD Discusses Ross Dress for Less Shooting
LVMPD Assistant Sheriff Charles Hank discussed the 15th officer-involved shooting of the year at a press conference at Metro headquarters on Tuesday, Aug. 14. The active-shooter incident took place at the Ross Dress for Less store at the 4000 block Blue Diamond Road in the south Las Vegas Valley. (Madelyn Reese/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sports Betting Spotlight: Cincinnati Bengals
Sports Betting Spotlight host Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and CG Analytics Oddsmaker Will Bernanke go over the odds for the Cincinnati Bengals 2018 season.
LVCVA board OKs retirement plan for CEO Ralenkotter
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Board voted Tuesday to give CEO Rossi Ralenkotter a retirement deal totalling more than $455,000.
Omar Salgado scores goals, learns law with Lights FC
Lights FC forward Omar Salgado has a unique side hustle. The 24-year-old wants to go to law school in the near future. The El Paso native recently took the LSAT and is a semester away from getting his master's. Omar Salgado
Nelson Araujo, Democratic candidate for Nevada Secretary of State
Psychologists protest a new Medicaid rule before a public hearing at the Grant Sawer building
Psychologists protest a new Medicaid rule before a public hearing at the Grant Sawer building in Las Vegas. Protesters said that the new rule will make it more difficult to administer timely care to the most vulnerable Nevadans. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal @bizutesfaye
Donald Penn Returns to Practice
Oakland Raiders tackle Donald Penn returns to practice for the first time in nearly eight months after an Lisfranc fracture in Dec. The veteran tackle speaks to the media what it's like being back and potentially moving to right tackle.
Five must-see bands at Psycho Las Vegas 2018
Five must-see bands at Psycho Las Vegas 2018
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Las Vegas Morning Update — Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Visitors Authority CEO failed to take vacation time when he was away.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO Rossi Ralenkotter... has been under fire for using taxpayer-funded gift cards for personal trips. The Las Vegas Review-Journal found during some of those trips... Ralenkotter didn't take vacation time as authority policy requires. Board Member John Lee called for an audit of the missing time. But Ralenkotter said he isn't planning to cash out any time he accrued.
Vegas Nation: Conley Returns, Bryant Absent
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over the Gareon Conley returning to practice.
NDOT contract approved to complete Centennial Bowl interchange
The next three ramps for the Centennial Bowl freeway interchange will be completed through a $61.5 million contract approved by the NDOT board of directors on Monday. Construction could start as soon as December; the project will be completed in Spring 2020
Metro Asst. Sheriff Brett Zimmerman on Aug. 8 officer-involved shooting
Metropolitan Police Department Assistant Sheriff Brett Zimmerman met with media Monday to discuss the details of the 14th officer-involved shooting of the year. (Madelyn Reese/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Reaction to UNLV's scrimmage Saturday
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez and quarterback Armani Rogers talk about Saturday's scrimmage. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Tony DeFrancesco talks about the suspended game against Reno
Tony DeFrancesco talks about the suspended game against Reno on Aug. 11, 2018, at Cashman Field. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Liberty High School teacher talks about ideal class sizes
Jessica Maleskey, English teacher at Liberty High School, talks about the ideal class size as teachers in the Clark County School District face increasing class sizes. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Ross shooting
A security guard was shot by a Las Vegas officer outside a south valley store Saturday afternoon after police said the man opened fire inside the shop following an argument with a manager.
Kelsey Plum talks about Aces win over Fever
Kelsey Plum talks about Aces win over Fever on Aug. 11, 2018. (Sam Gordon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Tony DeFrancesco talks about the wins over Reno
Tony DeFrancesco talks about the wins over Reno on Aug. 12, 2018, at Cashman Field. (Betsy Helfand/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Aces Fever highlights from Mandalay Bay
The Aces snapped a five-game losing streak and preserved the possibility of the postseason with a 92-74 victory over the Indiana Fever before an announced crowd of 5,213. (WNBA)
UNLV transfers making a big impact
UNLV transfers Zack Singer and Jocquez Kalili talk about their experiences elsewhere. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Vegas Nation: Conley Returns, Bryant Absent
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over the Gareon Conley returning to practice.
UNLV's Tony Sanchez on Monday's practice
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about Monday's practice. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Golden Edge: Deryk Engelland Rides With Kurt Busch
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond heads to city national arena and the Las Vegas Motor Speedway to see Kurt Busch attempt to learn how to play hockey, and Deryk Engelland hop in a race car.
Gruden Speaks to Media Following Monday's Practice
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden talks to the media about Gareon Conley's return, the Karl Joseph penalty in last Friday's game against Detroit, and Mo Hurst and PJ Hall's performance last week.
Sports Betting Spotlight: Arizona Cardinals
Todd Dewey, Johnny Avello and Kelly Stewart go over the odds for the Arizona Cardinals upcoming season.
Las Vegas Morning Update — Monday, August 13, 2018
Damage from Aug. 11 storm in Las Vegas
A severe thunderstorm hit the Las Vegas Valley on Saturday, August 11, 2018. Valley resident Jessica Murray, 37, talks Sunday about a tree that fell on her brand-new car. (Katelyn Newberg/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Morning Update — Tuesday, August 14, 2018
UNLV's Tony Sanchez on Sunday's practice
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about Sunday's practice. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Ross Dress for Less shooting presser
Las Vegas police provide an update on an officer-involved shooting in a south valley shopping center.
The week’s best photos from RJ photographers, Aug. 6-Aug. 12
Photo by K.M. Cannon Photo by Benjamin Hager Photo by Chase Stevens Photo by Marcus Villagran Photo by Erik Verduzco Photo by Chase Stevens Photo by Marcus Villagran Photo by Benjamin Hager Photo by Bizuayehu Tesfaye Photo by Richard Brian
Las Vegas Morning Update — Sunday, August 12, 2018
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