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NFR 2018- Will Lummus Leads in Steer Wrestling

As NFR 2018 enters day nine, steer wrestler Will Lummus continues to see his name at the top of the standings. Las Vegas Review Journal host Cassie Soto speaks with the Mississippi native about his excitement to be participating in his first ever NFR.

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Sunrise Coffee gives drive-through customers a rose with their coffee order.
Sunrise Coffee gives drive-through customers a rose with their coffee order. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Alpine owner part of cartel investigation
RJ investigations reporter talks about the federal investigation that included the Alpine Motel and its owner as well as whether the city failed to do inspections because of the probe.
Mojave Max emerges - Video
The same day Gov. Steve Sisolak announced a stay-at-home order, one prominent Nevadan chose this time to emerge into the great outdoors.
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Little Darlings and Deja Vu Love Boutique give away bottled water. (Little Darlings)
Two in homeless community still missing after flash flooding
On March 12, record rainfall hit Vegas, and the water rose in the washes. Wendy Cox, who was living in the tunnels of the wash near Flamingo with Pilgrim, escaped the flood, but her partner William "Sky" Pilgrim is still missing. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Strip casinos accepting bookings after shutdown ends - Video
Nevada’s 30-day casino shutdown is set to end April 16, and some Las Vegas properties are accepting bookings for the following day.
Much uncertainty for UNLV football amid coronavirus pandemic
North Carolina coach Mack Brown warns a season might not take place. UNLV is scheduled to play its first season at Allegiant Stadium. This also is the first season under Rebels coach Marcus Arroyo. Kenyon Oblad hopes to remain UNLV's starting quarterback. Running back Charles Williams comes off a 1,000-yard season
District Court Family Division Department I Debate - Video
The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the two of the three candidates running for Department I in Clark County Family Court. The candidates are Soonhee Bailey and Yvette Chevalier.
MSG Sphere construction on pause in Las Vegas due to virus spread - VIDEO
The Madison Square Garden Co. announced the freeze Tuesday, March 31, saying all work would stop over roughly the next two weeks. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Isolation and quarantine center for homeless at Cashman Center - VIDEO
A new isolation and quarantine center for homeless is under construction at the Cashman Center in downtown Las Vegas, March 31. (K.M Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Multiple grocery stores in Henderson are seen mostly stocked in Henderson, minus sanitary tissue.
Walmart’s new safety measures at stores: Checking temperatures - VIDEO
In an effort to intensify safety measures in their stores, Walmart and Sam’s Club will check the temperatures of all employees as they arrive for work. (Kevin Cannon / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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KATS WALK: A walking tour on south Las Vegas Strip – VIDEO
RJ columnist John Katsiometes takes a walking tour of the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. (John Katsiometes and Kevin Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas residents talk about life under coronavirus lockdown
Las Vegas residents talk about life under coronavirus lockdown. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Local Costco employees test positive for coronavirus - Video
Two Costco employees at separate wholesale stores in Henderson have tested positive for the new coronavirus. One works at at 3411 St. Rose Parkway and the other at 791 Marks St.
Southern Nevada Health District OKs $3M annex for COVID-19 isolation - VIDEO
The Southern Nevada Health District Board of Health on Tuesday voted to allocate $3 million for a 40-bed isolation facility for people who test positive for the new coronavirus.
Macy’s to furlough majority of 130,000 employees amid coronavirus closures - VIDEO
On March 30, Macy’s Inc. announced their decision to furlough a majority of their employees and instead move to the “absolute minimum workforce needed.” (Las Vegas Review-Journal
Day care changes hours and takes extra steps to help guardians - VIDEO
Sarah Washington, whose children attend Discovery Gardens Childcare, shares the importance of the facility’s hour changes, and child care director Ariella Thomas discusses some other changes Discovery Gardens Childcare has made, in Las Vegas on Monday, March 30, 2020. (Elizabeth Page Brumley/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Elipagephoto
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For the first time in forever, the famed Las Vegas Strip is closed for business amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Clark County Water Reclamation District says stop flushing personal wipes - VIDEO
Costco reduces hours at Las Vegas Valley stores, gasoline pumps - VIDEO
Costco announced it will reduce hours at its stores and gas pumps starting Monday. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV call center volunteers answer coronavirus concerns
UNLV medical students, residents and physicians are fielding as many as 3,000 calls each day from community members who are wondering if they should be tested for COVID-19.
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Tiger King character has Las Vegas connection - VIDEO
Entertainment reporter John Katsilometes talks about the popular "Tiger King" and Jeff Lowe, a central figure in the Netflix documentary phenomenon who wanted to do business with the last Las Vegas Strip entertainer to use wild tigers in his act. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Coranavirus victim Howard Berman playing the harmonica in April 2014 - VIDEO
Howard Berman, 66, playing the harmonica at a jam session in April 2014. Berman, who was active in the Las Vegas music community, died on March 24, 2020, from COVID-19. (Diana Andriola)
Murren gives update on Nevada coronavirus task force- VIDEO
Former MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren held a news conference Monday to provide updates on a newly formed public-private partnership he is leading aimed at distributing resources to blunt the spread of the new coronavirus.
Las Vegas detective, police association director plead not guilty - VIDEO
Michael Ramirez, a legislative lobbyist with the Las Vegas Police Protective Association, and veteran detective Lawrence Rinetti Jr. pleaded not guilty on Monday, March 30, to felony charges that stem from the detective’s relationship with a drug-addicted stripper. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
UNLV athletes deal with season cancellations - Video
UNLV spring sport student-athletes are coping with the fact that their season's have ended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ikem Okeke Trying to get Noticed By NFL Scouts With His Pro Day Canceled Due to Coronavirus - Video
Ikem Okeke is a Bishop Gorman High alum who played his college football at Hawaii. After his pro day was canceled due to the coronavirus, he's attempting to catch the attention of NFL scouts by creating his own workout using the same company that tests at the combine. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Highway Patrol Sgt. Benjamin Jenkins’ body was escorted from coroner’s office back to Ely Saturday afternoon.
Justin Herbert: Forcing Himself to be Uncomfortable to Become an NFL Quarterback
In order to become a prolific quarterback in the NFL, Oregon's Justin Herbert says he is going to have to make himself uncomfortable and put himself in challenging situations in order to improve at his position. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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The Las Vegas Review-Journal hosts a debate between the two of the three candidates running for Department 28 in Clark County District Court including James Early Cavanaugh and Ronald J. Israel.
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Will the Raiders Pursue Jordan Love in the NFL Draft? - VIDEO
The Raiders will look to improve at every position in the NFL Draft, which could include looking to bring in a young quarterback to groom, like Utah State's Jordan Love. Love spoke about his skills and who he looks up to at the quarterback position at the 2020 NFL Combine. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Agree to Terms with WR Nelson Agholor - VIDEO
On Saturday the Raiders agreed to terms with wide receiver Nelson Agholor,  offensive lineman Eric Kush, tight end Nick O’Leary and running back Rod Smith, who appeared in the team’s final three games last season as a special teams player. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Raiders Agree to Terms with CB Eli Apple - VIDEO
The Raiders have come to terms with cornerback Eli Apple, who last played with the New Orleans Saints. Apple was drafted 10th overall in 2016 by the New York Giants. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders sign LB Littleton, DE Nassib, more
On the second day of the legal tampering period in the NFL, the Raiders picked up linebacker Cory Littleton, defensive end Carl Nassib, tight end Jason Witten and more. Here's a recap of the action from Tuesday. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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With the NHL season put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Golden Knights are finding various ways to keep themselves busy.
Raiders strengthen defense in free agency - Video
Some of the Raiders biggest struggles in the past seasons have come from the defense. Now, in free agency, the front office is making big moves to improve that side of the ball. Vegas Nation crew Cassie Soto and Myles Simmons bring you the latest in Raiders free agency.
Raiders make big free agency moves on offense - Video
The Raiders continue to make big moves on offense, including signing long-time Cowboy Jason Witten. Vegas Nation crew Cassie Soto and Myles Simmons bring you the latest in Raiders free agency.
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Raiders and Cory Littleton agree to terms - VIDEO
Linebacker Cory Littleton, a 2018 Pro Bowler who played in Super Bowl 53 with the Los Angeles Rams, has agreed to terms with the Las Vegas Raiders. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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UFC Brasilia happens in empty arena - VIDEO
Despite coronavirus canceling many other planned sporting events, UFC Brasilia went on as scheduled on Mar. 14, though no fans were permitted to attend. Charles Oliveira and Gilbert Burns took home performance bonuses for their wins in the main and co-main events, respectively. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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NAC suspends combat sports through March 25 - Video
The Nevada Athletic Commission voted to suspend all combat sports licenses through March 25 in order to protect the health and safety of those working and competing in the events from coronavirus. Adam Hill and Heidi Fang discuss what this means for future events the UFC have on their schedule and more. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights send message to fans - VIDEO
Golden Knights players sent a video message to fans after the NHL season was suspended due to the coronavirus.
Gov. Sisolak declares state of emergency
Gov. Steve Sisolak declared a state of emergency to deal with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in Nevada.
Empty Toshiba Plaza due to coronavirus concerns - Video
Toshiba Plaza outside T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip remains empty after the Pac-12 tournament was canceled due to coronavirus concerns. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Clark County sheriff, DA talk about crime during coronavirus crisis - VIDEO
The latest on crime and police response during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some of the takeaways from Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo and Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson. (Renee Summerour and MIchael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Seeing teachers at a distance, closed parks and lack of toilet paper - VIDEO
The neighboring towns of Logandale and Overton, northeast of Las Vegas, are experiencing the effects of coronavirus, with closed schools and playgrounds and fewer items in grocery stores. (Elizabeth Brumley/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Police investigate fatal crash in east Las Vegas - VIDEO
Las Vegas police said a pedestrian was killed when they were hit by a vehicle near Sloan Lane and of East Charleston Boulevard on Wednesday, March 25, 2020. (Glenn Puit/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus - VIDEO
The Clarence House released a statement confirming the diagnosis: "The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus. He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health." The prince's wife, Camilla, does not have the virus. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Deal is struck on $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill - VIDEO
Members of both sides of the aisle of the U.S. Senate announced the deal with the White House in the early morning hours on Wednesday. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas family deals with daughter's positive coronavirus results - Video
The Reed family was living a normal life at the beginning of March. Fast forward a few weeks and now the family of six is in quarantine after finding out their 11-year-old daughter, Madison, tested positive for coronavirus. (Cassie Soto/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Boarded up businesses in the Arts District add some color
Businesses in the Arts District have commissioned local artists to paint murals on the boards covering their doors and windows. When the boards are removed, they will be auctioned off to raise money for those affected by the coronavirus shutdowns. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Seeing Teachers at a Distance, Closed Parks, and Lack of Toilet Paper
Neighboring towns in Clark County, Logandale and Overton, are experiencing effects of the coronavirus.  Grant M. Bowler elementary students wave to their teachers during a teacher parade in Logandale on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Gas stations are grocery stores in both towns are taking processions to help keep the threat of coronavirus to a minimum.
Free curbside testing for coronavirus at UNLV Medicine - VIDEO
UNLV School of Medicine is conducting curbside testing for coronavirus. Testing is by appointment only for individuals who are exhibiting symptoms as defined by the CDC. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
District Court Family Division Department I Debate - Video
The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the two of the three candidates running for Department I in Clark County Family Court. The candidates are Soonhee Bailey and Yvette Chevalier.
Sisolak signs order banning any gathering of 10 or more people - VIDEO
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday signed a new order banning any gathering of 10 or more people in Nevada in another step the state has taken to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Ikem Okeke Trying to get Noticed By NFL Scouts With His Pro Day Canceled Due to Coronavirus - Video
Ikem Okeke is a Bishop Gorman High alum who played his college football at Hawaii. After his pro day was canceled due to the coronavirus, he's attempting to catch the attention of NFL scouts by creating his own workout using the same company that tests at the combine. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Highway Patrol Sgt. Escorted From Coroners office - Video
Highway Patrol Sgt. Benjamin Jenkins’ body was escorted from coroner’s office back to Ely Saturday afternoon.
Justin Herbert: Forcing Himself to be Uncomfortable to Become an NFL Quarterback
In order to become a prolific quarterback in the NFL, Oregon's Justin Herbert says he is going to have to make himself uncomfortable and put himself in challenging situations in order to improve at his position. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jon Jones DWI Arrest Video
Video was released on Friday from an officer's body cam of UFC champion Jon Jones going through a sobriety test and before being arrested. Jones was arrested early Thursday on charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated, possession of an open container and negligent use of a firearm.
Judicial Department 28 Debate - Video
The Las Vegas Review-Journal hosts a debate between the two of the three candidates running for Department 28 in Clark County District Court including James Early Cavanaugh and Ronald J. Israel.
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