Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals supposedly are at odds over his $400 million demand despite the Las Vegas slugger’s contract not coming due until after the 2018 season.
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After traveling the rodeo circuit in an old ambulance, reigning saddle bronc champ Jacobs Crawley is facing a stiff challenge from a young rival at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Unusual season in college football has Las Vegas Bowl director John Saccenti crossing state lines in snowy weather to nail down opponents.
Popular Fanfest, sponsored by Las Vegas Motor Speedway, gets the black flag from NASCAR drivers.
Angela Savage of Boulder City, daughter of late Indy 500 racer, joins all-female team for kart racer Abby McLaughlin of Indianapolis.
Russ Nixon was a lifetime baseball man, having spent 55 years in the game as a player, coach and manager. He was 81 when he died Nov. 9 following a lengthy illness.
Young Rebels come from nowhere to win WAC title, will play San Diego State in NCAA opener on Thursday.
Former Las Vegas 51s catcher David Ross, who hit a home run in his final game for the Cubs during Game 7 of the World Series, prevented a potential ugly scene in Portland from escalating in 2002.
The UNLV women’s soccer team will play fourth-ranked Brigham Young in a first-round NCAA Tournament game at 6 p.m. Friday in Provo, Utah.
Baseball Hall of Famer Greg Maddux engages audience during “Conversations With Norm” at The Smith Center.
PGA veteran Scott Piercy of Las Vegas fired a 6-under 65 to pull within three shots of the lead Saturday in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin.
Mike Bryant, father of Cubs star third baseman Kris, relives the final out of the World Series that sent the city of Chicago into joyous hysterics.
Five-year-old Tommy Morrissey recently shot 1-over-37 on a regulation golf course designed by Tom Fazio. Missing most of his right arm, he has made a hole-in-one, has holed out from 90 yards and can recite the winners of golf’s major tournaments.
It has been 30 years since Las Vegan Marty Barrett went on a playoff hit parade for the Boston Red Sox that has been memorialized on a website.
Long-suffering Chicago transplants whoop it up as Cubs beat Dodgers for first World Series berth in 71 years.
Most of the attention has turned to the possibility of the Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas. There isn’t as much interest anymore about who will drive the Zamboni at Las Vegas NHL games.
Lucas Ahlbach was only 10 when he helped plan his funeral. One of his final requests was to have his own 5k run benefiting cancer research.
Elton John’s Smash Hits benefit Monday at Caesars Palace recalls memories of Las Vegas’ tennis past, including the short-lived Tennis Channel Open.
Whenever north of $1 million is raised for a charitable cause via serves and volleys — which is what the World TeamTennis Smash Hits raised for the Elton John AIDS Foundation last year — it’s a pretty big deal.
Andrew Westerlund of Vancouver, British Columbia, a heart transplant and cancer survivor, was feted at the Simon Keith Foundation golf fundraiser benefiting organ transplant patients.
Mitch Glasser, a substitute social studies teacher at Green Valley High and a utility infielder, helped Team Israel beat Great Britain and qualify for the World Baseball Classic.
Steven Jackson, who played high school football in Las Vegas, scored five touchdowns against New Mexico in the 2003 Las Vegas Bowl en route to an outstanding NFL career.
Tom Kemp, 80, and Len Schweitzer, 81, witnessed UNLV’s first football game in 1968, and they have witnessed just about every UNLV home football game since.
It’s the bottom of the ninth for Dodgers broadcaster nonpareil Vin Scully, who is retiring after 67 seasons in the booth.
When Evel Knievel first attempted a death-defying jump over an Idaho river canyon in 1974, everybody knew about it as it was happening. You didn’t have to wait until Monday to read about it.
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