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Podcast Critical Condition
Critical Condition
On Oct. 1, 2017, a country music festival in Las Vegas was interrupted by a barrage of gunfire. In five parts, Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Shea Johnson shares the stories of two Las Vegas police officers, a woman in dire straits and the night their lives intersected.
Podcast RJ Politics
RJ Politics
The Las Vegas Review-Journal's politics reporter Rory Appleton and Politics and Government Editor Steve Sebelius spend their days talking to voters and politicians, often landing exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in politics. Once a week, right here on RJ Politics, they let you in on the action.
Podcast PodKats!
PodKats! is hosted by Las Vegas Review-Journal man-about-town columnist John Katsilometes. Kats is known for his kinetic pace as he hits the Vegas scene, chronicling the stories of entertainers and newsmakers who make Las Vegas a dynamic international destination.
Podcast Golden Edge
Golden Edge
Ben Gotz, Dave Schoen and Adam Hill cover the Golden Knights for the Review-Journal, offering their insights on the team’s second year in the NHL. Stay up to date on the Knights each week through the season.
Podcast Vegas Nation
Vegas Nation
Vegas Nation host Heidi Fang, joined by Review-Journal sports reporters and the occasional guest, break down all things Raiders. They tackle the latest news on games, players, coaches and the team's coming move to Las Vegas.
Podcast RJ Ringside
RJ Ringside
Get behind-the-scenes access from Review-Journal experts who have covered some of the the biggest bouts in combat sports. Host Heidi Fang, former MMA fighter Larry Mir and RJ sports reporter Adam Hill provide analysis for the hardcore fight fans. They are often joined by champions, managers, legends and promoters to discuss the latest news from the fight capital of the world.
Podcast Rebels in Ruins
Rebels in Ruins
Ed Graney, Ron Kantowski and Mark Anderson in a five-part series on athletics at UNLV. How did the program end up in its current state? What will it take to build more competitive teams?