Vegas fell to Ottawa 5-4, marking the third three-game losing streak for the Knights this season.
Nick Ames hit a three-run homer to highlight a six-run third inning for UNLV in its 7-6 victory over Fresno State in both teams’ Mountain West baseball opener Friday at Wilson Stadium.
LMU’s James Batemon scored a game-high 29 points against Portland on Friday.
Las Vegas native Kyle Busch won his 50th NASCAR Truck Series race by finishing first in the inaugural Stratosphere 200, becoming the first driver to win a Truck, Xfinity and Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The motorcycle crashed about 8:25 p.m. at Sahara Avenue and Durango Drive, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
Ottawa’s Alex Burrows scored the go-ahead goal 8:51 into the third period, and the Golden Knights lost 5-4 to the Senators on Friday at T-Mobile Arena.
The lawsuit, filed on behalf of crash victim Jonathan Udall’s parents, accuses Boulder City-headquartered Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters of neglecting to outfit its copters with crash-resistant fuel systems. Four other passengers also died.
Irish superstar will be stripped of the lightweight title as long as top contenders Tony Ferguson and Khabib Nurmagomedov step in the cage for the main event of UFC 223
You bet your buttons I’m going to hold on to my AR-15.
The Clark County School District wants students looking to participate in the gun-policy debate to do so outside of school hours. That’s a wise approach.
The executive committee of the NRA could be offered the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay.
Why doesn’t this sheriff have the guts to stand up and address the total failure of his own department?
I just hope and pray these young people keep fighting against those Republican politicians and gun lovers.
Tennis stars Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep practiced with Andre Agassi and Darren Cahill at Life Time’s athletic center in Henderson on Friday afternoon.
The only thing that’s gone well for Oklahoma’s massive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. this week is a vote of confidence from his Heisman Trophy-winning teammate.
The USA Sevens Rugby Tournament is officially underway.
Nearly two months after a gunman opened fire on the Route 91 Harvest music festival crowd, Roy McClellan killed himself. His story — one of good days and bad in the struggle against depression — is not unlike others in a community still grieving.
UNLV defeated Utah State 68-58 on Friday night at Cox Pavilion to win a share of the Mountain West regular-season championship. It was the Lady Rebels’ first conference title since taking the Big West tournament in 1994.
Most NASCAR fans are up to speed with the drivers who run up front and win races. But who keeps up with those who finish last? Lastcar.info, that’s who.
A newspaper has reported that former University of Montana women’s soccer coach Mark Plakorus exchanged hundreds of text messages with escorts using his university-issued cellphone during Las Vegas recruiting trips.
Izaak Paul Towery, 23, of Las Vegas died from multiple sharp force injuries, the coroner’s office said. His death has been ruled a homicide.
Ryan Blaney, who joined Roger Penske’s high-profile team during the offseason, won the pole position for Sunday’s Pennzoil 400 with a speed of 191.489 mph.
A snowboarder was found dead Friday at a Lake Tahoe ski resort after a blizzard packing winds gusting to nearly 150 mph over the ridge tops dumped 3 feet of snow in the mountains, shutting down area highways, canceling school in Reno and closing state offices throughout northern Nevada.
Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters bring you the latest stories and updates on the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
An 11-year-old boy in New York state is the fifth person reported killed by downed trees in a fierce winter storm bringing high winds and heavy rain to the East Coast.
Tegan Summer is in acquisition mode. VegasVille’s newest mover-slash-shaker is amassing licensing deals the same way coin collectors snap up silver nickels.
The mounds of trash, old toys and furniture caught the attention of a Southern California sheriff’s deputy passing through the desert earlier this week. As he approached, he spotted a hovel cobbled together with plywood and plastic sheeting.
Pat Dingle capped his career as a North Las Vegas police detective by helping to catch a serial killer, and then he operated what everyone knew as the Las Vegas zoo on Rancho Drive for more than three decades.
Just in time for spring, Downtown Summerlin, the retail/dining/entertainment and sports destination in the heart of the Summerlin, announces a four-week spring concert series. Festivities take place Wednesday evenings starting March 7 through March 28 on The Lawn. The events are free, family-friendly and open to the general public.