Vegas Nation’s Adam Hill and Heidi Fang recap Monday’s training camp from Raiders headquarters, update on tight end Foster Moreau’s recovery from injury and discuss what fullback Alec Ingold had to say about his 2019 season. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Representatives for Las Vegas Sands Corp. confirmed the company is in “very early discussions” to sell its Las Vegas assets.
Boyd attributed its downtown struggles to “significant travel restrictions in Hawaii and overall declines in Las Vegas visitation.”
As the days tick down to next week’s election, rallies tied to the presidential race will converge on Southern Nevada this week.
State officials issued more than $5,000 in fines to Douglas County and the company that manages the Minden-Tahoe International Airport over a rally held by President Donald Trump.
For now, that means defensive coordinator Paul Guenther will get more time to try to get the Raiders’ defense straightened out.
MTV’s ‘Family Vacation’ spinoff is at least the third bubble environment created in Clark County for a TV production during the pandemic.
Not everybody knows about the federal eviction moratorium order, and the uncertainty of what lies ahead is taking a toll on jobless Nevadans.
The homeless man has been described by Las Vegas police as “a continual problem in the area” where the stabbing took place, near Las Vegas Boulevard North and Lamb Boulevard.