Las Vegas Raiders to open Allegiant Stadium to high school football teams

Here is a little piece of good news showing that Las Vegas High school sports may slowly be returning to something resembling normal. With a huge emphasis on the word “slowly”. The Las Vegas Raiders and the Clark County School District (CCSD) this week announced a football “jamboree” that will allow nine randomly selected teams to use Allegiant […]

The Stadium Updates

The Allegiant Stadium is coming along nicely. The new roof ha been installed, the grass for the field is growing nicely and they have released the schedule for the Las Vegas Raiders first season. The first regular-season home game will be Monday, Sept. 21. Yes! It will be on Monday Night Football against the New […]

Vegas Golden Knights Win Again!

The Vegas Golden Knights are on a winning streak (again) After two weeks on the road, they came back to a friendly capacity crowd of 18,000 fans to beat Winnipeg Jets 5-2, at the T-Mobile Arena. The new kids on the block have a great record at home and for a first-year NHL team, they […]

The Vegas Raiders? Golden Knights? Ask the Expert Johnny Avello

The world of sports in Las Vegas was turned on its head recently with the news of the NFL team, the Oakland Raiders being allowed to move to Las Vegas just as the NHL expansion team, The Vegas Knights are about to take to the ice for their inaugural season. What does this all mean […]

Sports Betting with Vinny Magliulo

Sports Broadcaster Rick Rosen has his friend and famous bookmaker Vinny Magliulo from Las Vegas Disseminators teach a class about the basics of sports better in Las Vegas

Vegas Hockey, UFC and So Much More

Rick Rosen and Mark Anthony return to talk sports. Lots of sports! In Las Vegas, Caesars Palace turns 50. It is home to some of the most legendary sports moments ever. In Las Vegas, it is 99.99999% sure, we will have a NHL hockey team by the end of this week. The UFC was purchased […]

Talking COPS with Stan Jerlecky

May 15 was National Peace Officers Memorial Day.  In our support of Law Enforcement, today Rick gets to talk with Stan Jerlecky from C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors).  An organization that supports people left behind when a Law Enforcement Officer was killed in the line of duty. C.O.P.S. was organized in 1984 with 110 individual members.  […]