John Momot’s death prompts memories of 1979 car fire

Las Vegas attorney John Momot Jr. was as fine a man as people said after he died April 12 at age 74. I liked and admired his legal abilities as a criminal defense attorney. But there was a mysterious moment in Momot’s past.

Salt Lake batters Corey Oswalt as 51s lose, 11-5

Salt Lake scored nine runs in its win over Las Vegas on Friday and followed that up with an 11-5 victory on Saturday night at Smith’s Ballpark.

Gennady Golovkin stops Vanes Martirosyan in 2nd round

Gennady Golovkin unleashed a vicious onslaught in the second round to knock out Vanes Martirosyan before an announced crowd of 7,837 Saturday night at the StubHub Center.

Raiders sign sixth-round draft pick

The Oakland Raiders announced their first draft pick signing of the year Saturday, agreeing to terms with linebacker Azeem Victor on a four-year contract.

UNLV roundup: Petmecky powers another softball win

Janine Petmecky went 2-for-2 with a two-run homer and earned a save, leading UNLV to a 4-1 win over first-place Fresno State in a Mountain West softball game Saturday in Fresno, California.

Roundup: Pahrump Valley routs Western

Jacquellen Stobbe was 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs on Saturday as Pahrump Valley’s softball team rolled to a 20-3, four-inning road win over Western.

Golden Knights look to finish off Sharks in Game 6

The Golden Knights enter Game 6 with a 3-2 lead over San Jose in the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinals and hope to show a killer instinct Sunday with the chance to close out the series.

Erupting Kilauea may create long-term chaos for Hawaii

Hundreds of anxious residents on the Big Island of Hawaii hunkered down Saturday for what could be weeks or months of upheaval as the dangers from an erupting Kilauea volcano continued to grow.

Man hospitalized after shooting in east Las Vegas

Officers found a man with a gunshot wound about 5 p.m. in the area of Clifford Street and Geist Avenue, near Las Vegas Boulevard North and Pecos Road, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Dustin Butler said.

Golden Knights, Sharks don’t view series as overly chippy

The word chippy might be described as aggressively belligerent, but the Golden Knights don’t think their Western Conference semifinal series against San Jose has been anything out of the ordinary for this time of the season.

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