As one of the top offenses in the Pacific Coast League, the Salt Lake Bees are used to putting up bunches of runs in an inning. That’s what it took from the 51s on Monday to finally beat Salt Lake.
The Veteran’s Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System in partnership with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation hosted a baby shower on Monday, May 7, 2018, at the North Las Vegas Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Coronado’s Timothy Newton recorded a score of 530.35 on Monday night to win the Class 4A Sunrise Region boys diving championship at UNLV.
A court ruling that gave coffee drinkers a jolt earlier this year was finalized Monday when a Los Angeles judge said coffee sold in California must carry cancer warnings.
Divine designs floated up the red carpet at Monday’s religion-themed Met Gala in red and fuchsia, crowns and crosses and even a pair of wings.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two people suspected of robbing a store in the northwest valley late last month.
Melania Trump gave a splashy launch Monday to her public awareness campaign to help children, calling it “Be Best.” In a rare twist on their White House roles, she commanded the Rose Garden lectern while President Donald Trump watched from the audience.
He wants his group’s wages to be at least 18 percent above the private-sector peasants.
Kanye West and other black Republicans — such as Herman Cain and Ben Carson — are Republicans because they are rich.
Watch out of the trademark socialist re-education camps.
Nevada lawmakers should look at Colorado proposal
Undrafted rookie Ivey Slaughter models her game after Dennis Rodman, and had 14 points on 7-of-7 shooting in her preseason debut Sunday.
Nashville, Tenessee may have taken away one of Las Vegas’ prized tiaras in recent years: Bachelorette parties.
Canyon Gate Country Club conditions were very difficult during a local U.S. Open qualifier on Monday. UNLV junior Harry Hall was the only player in the field of 68 who shot under par and he managed only a 1 under, 69.
Boulder City freshman Blake Schaper shot even-par 72 Monday at Boulder City Municpal to take the lead at the midway point of the Class 3A Southern Region tournament.
Former Bishop Gorman four-star cornerback Alex Perry is transferring from Arizona State to play football at UNLV, a source said Monday. Perry played in four games as an incoming freshman last season and didn’t record any statistics.
The Palms has announced that May 18 is the official opening date for its new steakhouse, lounge and nightclub.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. no longer screens prospective workers for marijuana use as a condition of employment.
The U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management announced Monday that as many as 200 horses in the Cold Creek area of the Spring Mountains are in immediate need of food due to drought conditions and overpopulation.
Nick Newell has been breaking barriers his whole life. He’s not about to let one more hurdle on his path to his ultimate goal of competing in the UFC discourage him on his journey.
Downtown Las Vegas developer Derek Stevens is planning a 777-room hotel and casino along the Fremont Street Experience, the first bottom-up resort construction project in years for downtown Las Vegas.
George McPhee’s postseason albatross has been lifted with the Golden Knights in the Western Conference final. But the general manager is not satisfied.
Vegas Voices is a weekly series highlighting notable Las Vegans.
One person was killed and another was hospitalized after two vehicles collided Monday afternoon in the western Las Vegas Valley, police said.
The all-female staff of student journalists at Green Valley High School took home top honors Monday at the 42nd annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School Journalism Awards.
Casino technology provider Everi Holdings returned to profitability for the first time in three years in 2018’s first quarter, beating analysts expectations, the company reported Monday.
Larson Accardo was just one day old the first time he came to Cashman Field to watch his dad Jeremy pitch for the 51s.
As lava crawled down Leilani Road in a hissing, popping mass, Cheryl Griffith stood in its path and placed a plant in a crack in the ground as an offering to the Native Hawaiian volcano goddess, Pele.
You’d have thought he was robbing the joint.