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GU fans volunteer in Vegas

Several dozen Gonzaga fans stuffed backpacks for refugees and toured a shelter for the homeless and the kitchen that serves them at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada. The GU fans are in Las Vegas, Nevada where the Gonzaga Bulldog men and women are playing in the West Coast Conference. Read the story HERE.

GU fans’ good works make Sin City better

One day before they planned to pack the Orleans Arena, several dozen Gonzaga fans were stuffing backpacks for refugees. They also toured a shelter for the homeless and the kitchen that serves them, which begs the question: Is this any way to spend a vacation day in Las Vegas?

John Blanchette: With WCC tourney in Year 12 in Sin City, go all-in with Gonzaga’s All-Vegas teams

Somebody suggested it would be a good time to pick Gonzaga’s All-Vegas team.Can’t do it, I demurred. No credibility. I’m never up at 5 a.m. to see which Zags fans are still blinking through the cigarette haze and piling up chips at the Orleans Casino craps tables – and somehow still manage to make their tee times. No, they said. Basketball. Oh. Well, that’s different.

Joey Logano races to second straight Las Vegas victory

The adjustments to a major offseason overhaul at Team Penske continued Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where miscommunication between Joey Logano and his new crew chief led to a botched final pit stop. Logano still wound up in victory lane for the second year in a row, winning a two-lap sprint to the finish that ended under caution.

Tell me ’bout the good old days of the Judds, Robin Leach in Las Vegas

What happens in Vegas … becomes a national story on “Entertainment Tonight.” Wynonna & the Big Noise’s headliner show at the Bing Crosby Theater next Thursday reminded of an incident in Las Vegas in 2015 between the Judds (Naomi Judd and her daughter, Wynonna Judd) and longtime celebrity journalist Robin Leach, who this journalist worked alongside for a decade in Las Vegas before his death in 2018.

Flying taxis, toilet paper robots and more at CES Gadget Show

The annual technology conference is the place for big brands and startups alike to unveil their products and services for the coming year, though larger companies such as Apple, Google and Microsoft typically hold their own announcement events. Streaming services and surveillance technologies are among the hot topics. The show formally opens Tuesday following two days of media previews.