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Knights hope to solve Minnesota malaise

Vegas Golden Knights (36-13-2, first in the West Division) vs. Minnesota Wild (33-14-4, third in the West Division). Knights have lost 5 in a row against the Wild and have a 2-5 record against Minnesota this season. This is the final meeting between the two teams this regular season.

St. Paul, Minnesota; Wednesday, 5 p.m. PDT

LINE: Wild +106, Golden Knights -129

BOTTOM LINE: Minnesota hosts the Vegas Golden Knights after Nick Bonino scored two goals in the Wild's 6-5 victory against the Golden Knights.

The Wild are 33-14-4 against the rest of their division. Minnesota averages 9.1 penalty minutes per game, the eighth-most in the NHL. Jordan Greenway leads the team serving 49 total minutes.

The Golden Knights are 36-13-2 in division play. Vegas has scored 172 goals and is third in the NHL averaging 3.4 goals per game. Max Pacioretty leads the team with 24.

The teams square off for the second game in a row... Read More

Heating up on this fun holiday

Plenty of great sunshine on this Cinco de Mayo Wednesday. If you have festive celebrations in your plans today, make sure you're drinking plenty of water along with those margaritas and cervezas because the air will stay dry and the temps will be hotter! Highs will warm to the mid-90s and even higher tomorrow with the help of breezy southwest winds. Sherry's most accurate #WeatherNOW forecast has a bit of a break in the heat for Mom's Day and some great night sky viewing you don't want to miss... Read More

Las Vegas nonprofit working to educate parents on safe sleeping environments for infants

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Las Vegas advocates are working to educate parents on safe sleeping environments for infants.

Baby's Bounty is a local based non-profit that helps at-risk families by providing education and essential tools to ensure a good start for every baby.

Kelly Maxwell, the executive director of Baby's Bounty shared some best sleeping practices for children on Good Day Las Vegas Wednesday morning.

TIPS:

  • Babies should sleep alone in their sleep environment with no toys, blankets, or other unsafe items
  • NO soft bedding

A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics shows 72% of unexplained infant deaths occurred in unsafe sleep environments. ... Read More

LV City Council to honor injured Metro officer Shay Mikalonis during Wednesday meeting

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Injured Metro police officer Shay Mikalonis will be honored at City Hall Wednesday morning.

Las Vegas City Council members are naming him "Citizen of the Month" for May.

Mikalonis was shot last summer during a Black Lives Matter rally. He was paralyzed in the shooting.

He returned to Las Vegas in April after getting treatment at a Denver medical facility that specializes in spinal cord injuries.

His family says he is still paralyzed and using a ventilator, but is now able to talk.

Mikalonis' family will be at Wednesday's meeting to accept the honor on his behalf... Read More

Derek Chauvin attorney files motion for new trial, accusing prosecution and jury of misconduct

MINNEAPOLIS (NewsNation Now) — The defense attorney for Derek Chauvin has filed a motion asking for a new trial for the former police officer who was found guilty in the murder of George Floyd.

Eric Nelson's motion argues a new trial is valid for 10 different reasons, including prosecutorial and jury misconduct and denying a change of venue. ... Read More

Facebook oversight board upholds Trump social media suspension

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Former President Donald Trump won’t return to Facebook — for now.

The social network’s quasi-independent Oversight Board voted to uphold his ban from the platform after his account was suspended four months ago for inciting violence that led to the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

While upholding the suspension, the board faulted Facebook in a statement for the way it made the decision.

The board said the ongoing risk of serious violence justified Facebook’s suspension at the time, but said it “was not appropriate for Facebook to impose an ‘indefinite’ suspension.”

The board said Facebook was seeking to avoid its responsibilities by applying “a vague, standardless penalty” and then referring the case to the board to resolve.

The board agreed with Facebook that that two of Trump’s Jan. 6 posts “severely violated” the content standards of both Facebook and Instagram... Read More

UPDATE: Lake Mead at Pecos reopens following homicide investigation

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Lake Mead Boulevard at Pecos Road has reopened following a homicide investigation in the area Wednesday morning.

Eastbound and westbound lanes were closed from about 1 a.m. to 6:20 a.m. this morning.

LVMPD has not released any other details about the homicide at this time. ... Read More