76ers GM denies using burner Twitter accounts to rip Embiid, others

Philadelphia 76ers general manager Bryan Colangelo is denying a report connecting the executive to Twitter accounts that criticized Sixers players Joel Embiid and Markelle Fultz, among other NBA figures.

Democrats in CD3 race talk health care at Las Vegas forum

Four of the seven Democrats vying to replace U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen in Congress said during a debate Tuesday that they support universal health care for all Americans.

 
Raiders players say they’re rejuvenated under Jon Gruden

Generally, optimism is in season around the NFL. But the Raiders carry a distinct strand of it. Across their roster and coaching staff, they’ve experienced significant turnover and are convinced they are better for it.

 
Golden Knights find too many Capitals in Fleury’s face

The Golden Knights maneuvered through Monday’s 6-4 victory over Washington like a fearless teen driver on a joyride, weaving across traffic and flirting with danger at every turn before safely arriving at their destination.

Prospective owner wants Moulin Rouge revival in Las Vegas

The California-based group that’s under contract to buy the property that once housed Las Vegas’ first racially integrated casino wants to build a Moulin Rouge revival and a civil rights museum on the site.

Federal infrastructure plan could borrow from Southern Nevada

Federal lawmakers could follow Southern Nevada’s lead in implementing a fuel revenue indexing tax to help fund infrastructure projects, including an extension of Interstate 11 from Hoover Dam to Phoenix, the chairman of the House Transportation Committee said Tuesday.

Las Vegas’ Inbee Park enters US Women’s Open as winner

Inbee Park, a TPC Summerlin member and 2004 and 2005 Nevada state high champion while playing at Bishop Gorman, is entering the U.S. Women’s Open Thursday at Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club on a nice roll.

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