Freshman Garrick Higgo is alone in second place after shooting 2-under-par 69, helping the UNLV men’s golf team sit one stroke out of the lead after one round of the NCAA Columbus Regional.
Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s recent addition of three women to its board of directors is only the beginning of the company’s cultural diversity movement.
Las Vegas police identified the officer who shot a shovel-wielding woman who was threatening neighbors Saturday night in the east valley.
There were some discrepancies in the Winnipeg Jets locker room about just how long their stretch of poor hockey lasted Monday night.
If you’re searching for a sure thing, you would be pressed to discover one more certain than Gerard Gallant being named Coach of the Year, buoyed by the same traits that allowed Vegas its most important victory yet in these Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Golden Knights gave up quite a bit to acquire Tomas Tatar at the trade deadline in the hopes he would provide scoring punch for the stretch run and playoffs.
I found Kay Hymowitz’s May 6 commentary (“The Long Reach of #Me Too”) somewhat painful.
Most patients are not looking for a bargain when it comes to their open heart surgery.
Nevada interests are particularly well-poised to take advantage of the many new potential markets.
How stupid is the California government?
Faith Lutheran’s Aidan Goldstein freshman shot 3-under-par 69 at Reflection Bay Monday to take the individual lead after the first day of the tournament.
Eritrean soldiers held a plate to Niyat Teweldebrhan’s mouth as the 8-year-old slurped orange juice concentrate. Two decades later, Teweldebrhan crossed a commencement stage Monday in Las Vegas with a master’s degree in medical health sciences from Touro University Nevada.
The driver of a Tesla electric car had the vehicle’s semi-autonomous Autopilot mode engaged when she slammed into the back of a Utah fire truck over the weekend, in the latest crash involving a car with self-driving features.
Jonathan Marchessault scored two goals to spark the Golden Knights past the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 Monday night and even their Western Conference Final at one game apiece.
Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are requesting “understanding and respect” for Markle’s father after a celebrity news site reported he would not attend the royal wedding to walk his daughter down the aisle, Kensington Palace said Monday night.
Israeli soccer club Beitar Jerusalem says it wants to add “Trump” to the team’s name.
People nixing vacations to Hawaii’s Big island has cost the tourism industry millions of dollars as the top attraction, Kilauea volcano, keeps spewing lava.
Las Vegas-based data center services company Switch reported Monday that its net income fell 80 percent in the first quarter of 2018 from the same period a year ago.
Knights fans hope the team can bounce back after a 4-2 loss to the Jets Saturday.
Looking for a ticket to a Golden Knights game? If you want to sit close to the action, get ready to shell out a month’s worth of rent — or more.
Marc-Andre Fleury, Nate Schmidt, Deryk Engelland and Jonathan Marchessault are now welcoming airline passengers to Las Vegas on a series of messages played throughout McCarran International Airport.
Motorists will be able to get from Henderson to the Hoover Dam a little more quickly by late July, when a 15-mile segment of Interstate 11 opens three months ahead of schedule, transportation officials said Monday.
In an only-in-Vegas coincidence, two busy singers who live in Las Vegas — Mikalah Gordon of Rose. Rabbit. Lie at The Cosmopolitan and Amanda Avila of Brio at Tivoli Village — were both finalists on Season 4 of “American Idol” in 2004.
Nationwide sports wagering is on its way. You can take that to the bank. But what that means for Nevada’s legal sportsbooks is still debatable.
The Jets currently lead the series 1-0 after a 4-2 win over the Knights Saturday.
Caleb Stearman, as a 6-foot-5-inch All-Sunrise Reigon setter, has helped propel the Falcons to their first-ever Class 4A state boys volleyball tournament, and is eyeing the school’s first state championship.
The Henderson Police Department could soon become the next law enforcement agency in Southern Nevada to require its officers to wear body cameras while on duty.