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Sword and Shield: Former Broncos, Raiders players gather in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The rivalry between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders is alive and well today. The boys in silver and black and orange and blue can’t stand to be with each other, can’t stand to be without each other.

Former players from both teams set the rivalry aside and came together for a special cause this weekend at Aliante Country Club in Las Vegas.

They raised money for the Cops for Kids Charity Drive at Aliante Country Club, all while reflecting on games of old and what it was like being part of one of the greatest NFL rivalries.

Check out the stories in the video above. ... Read More

Nate’s 7-Day Forecast – Monday morning, Sept. 9, 2019

LAS VEGAS ( KLAS ) – We’re not done with triple digits.

Most of this week will see highs in the 90s under a mostly sunny sky, with a return to the century mark coming this weekend.

For today and tomorrow, expect gusty winds to 25mph, mostly in the afternoon/evening hours. The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for most of southern Nevada, meaning strong wind in fire-prone areas. That alert is scheduled to expire at 8pm Monday (090919).

There’s also a Lake Wind Advisory for gusts up to 40mph until 11pm Tuesday (091019)... Read More

FEATURE: Donny and Marie Osmond reflect on their iconic career

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Beloved sibling duo Donny and Marie Osmond are having a monumental year, from receiving the key to The Strip to wrapping up their residence at Flamingo Las Vegas in November.

During an interview with CBS, the pair dished on their childhood, what it was like growing up in the limelight and personal issues the two struggled with on their separate paths.

So what is around the corner? While they don’t have any set plans after the residency concludes, it’s safe to say they’ll come up with something brilliant.

We’ll just have to wait and see. ... Read More

Special Las Vegas day planned for ‘Horse Soldiers’

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A special day is set up Tuesday for some of our nation’s heroes. The “Special Force Soldiers” also known as the “Horse Soldiers” will be at the Vdara. The event is called Whiskey and War Stories.

The Soldiers inspired the 2018 feature film “12 Strong.” After the 9/11 attacks, this group was sent to Afghanistan where they secretly entered the country on horseback to go to battle against the Taliban. They’ll talk with local veterans about their time serving and transitioning from active duty.

They’ll also have their own premium bourbon on hand called “Horse Soldier.”... Read More

DOG DAZE: Pups take to the pool for some water fun

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Nothing says goodbye to summer like a gang of soaking wet dogs! Desert Breeze aquatic facility marked the end of summer with the 15th annual Dog Daze of Summer.

It’s a chance for pups, big and small, to hit the pool for one last swim before it starts to cool off. The dogs splashed, swam, played and had a great time hanging out in the swimming pool.

And as you can see, it was one paw-some event!... Read More

CRAZY PIZZA: When anything goes

NEW YORK — A pizza lover’s choice is no longer between plain cheese and pepperoni. Pizza toppings are becoming more outrageous – and popular on social media.

At this pizzeria in New York, you can get just about any kind of topping — whether you like fried eggs, chicken and waffles, Cheetos, macaroni and cheese or even an ice cream pizza with chocolate sauce.

The Krave It restaurant likes to try out any kind of pizza and then posts it to social media to see what people think of the concoction... Read More

Italian company asks to access land near Grand Canyon

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — An Italian real estate company has restarted a process to develop its land outside the Grand Canyon’s South Rim.

Stilo Development Group USA and the town of Tusayan are asking the U.S. Forest Service for permission to improve forest roads and run utility lines to their property.

The Forest Service previously said the development would “substantially and adversely” affect the Grand Canyon and nearby tribal lands.

Stilo spokesman Andy Jacobs says the proposal reflects changes in water use and the size of the development.

The Kaibab National Forest is reviewing the proposal to see if it aligns with existing laws and regulations. If that proposal clears, an environmental review and public comment would follow.

More than 6 million people pass through Tusayan annually on their way to the Grand Canyon... Read More