Max Michor, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Max:

Man in critical condition after stabbing at The Venetian

A man is in critical condition after a reported stabbing Saturday night at The Venetian, Las Vegas police said. Detectives had not made any arrests, police added. → Read More

Nevada sees 697 new COVID-19 cases, 3 additional deaths

State health officials reported 697 new COVID-19 cases in Nevada on Sunday and three additional deaths. Two of those deaths and 628 cases were in Clark County. → Read More

Coalition formed to close technology gap for Nevada students

Coalition formed to close technology gap for Nevada students → Read More

$45K in cash, multiple DETR cards found after traffic stop

Las Vegas police said they found multiple unemployment benefit cards among narcotics and a large amount of cash during a vehicle stop-turned-bust on Saturday. → Read More

No Mask Nevada protesters rally in northwest Las Vegas

Saturday’s rally at the corner of Cheyenne Avenue and Durango Drive in State Senate District 6 was the fifth protest that the No Mask Nevada PAC has organized, according to PAC chair Melissa Blundo. → Read More

Nevada sees 117 virus deaths in pandemic’s deadliest week

Health officials reported 29 deaths Saturday, bringing the state’s seven-day toll to 117. The previous most deadly week was at the end of July, when 76 deaths were reported. → Read More

EDC canceled for 2020, plans to return next May

The Electric Daisy Carnival won’t return to Las Vegas until May 2021, the electronic dance music festival’s founder announced Sunday. → Read More

Motorcyclist killed after crashing near Sloan

A motorcyclist died early Sunday morning after a crash on State Route 604 near Sloan, the Nevada Highway Patrol said. → Read More

Man exonerated from 1985 murder sues Las Vegas police

A man who spent three decades wrongfully imprisoned on death row for a 1985 murder on the Strip is suing the Metropolitan Police Department and the officers involved in his arrest. → Read More

Nearly 1,300 new coronavirus cases, 1 death reported in Nevada

Health officials reported nearly 1,300 new coronavirus cases and one additional death in Nevada on Sunday, bringing the state total to 35,765 cases and 647 deaths. → Read More

Clark County sees 762 new COVID-19 cases; state adds 845

Health officials reported 762 new COVID-19 cases in Clark County on Sunday, and 845 new cases and one new death statewide. → Read More

Wind gusts hit 40 mph at McCarran airport amid dust storm

Gusty winds battered the Las Vegas Valley on Sunday, whipping up clouds of dust in the desert that blew into town from the northwest. → Read More

Clark County records 736 new coronavirus cases; state has 821

Health officials reported an additional 821 positive COVID-19 cases in the state on Sunday, a day after a delay in reporting led to a massive increase. → Read More

Las Vegas LGBT community lauds Supreme Court ruling on protections

The Supreme Court decided in a 6-3 ruling that Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964, the provision that bars job discrimination because of sex, among other reasons, encompasses bias against LGBT workers. → Read More

Kids, parents march against police brutality at North Las Vegas park

Children chanted, “Black lives matter, our lives matter, my life matters,” as they circled the plaza at Craig Ranch Regional Park, led by 11-year-old Kumei Tenorio-Norwood. → Read More

Hiker hospitalized after fall at Cliff Shadows Open Desert Park

Firefighters responded Sunday to rescue a hiker who was injured after falling on a mountain, the Las Vegas Fire Department said. → Read More

Clark County sees 152 new coronavirus cases, 1 more death

Clark County recorded 152 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death as of Sunday morning, according to the Southern Nevada Health District. → Read More

Sisolak to discuss next phase of Nevada’s reopening plan

Gov. Steve Sisolak will discuss the next phase of Nevada’s reopening at a news conference Tuesday evening, according to the governor’s office. → Read More

1 dead, 2 critically injured in North Las Vegas shooting

Police responded just after midnight Sunday to reports of a shooting near an apartment complex near Cheyenne Avenue. → Read More

Las Vegas outlet mall reopens with new safety, cleaning measures

An hour before the opening, retail employees bustled inside a handful of stores while cleaning staff did one last sweep of the outdoor mall, 875 S. Grand Central Parkway. → Read More