Ovechkin embraces intangibles as he leads Capitals past Knights

Washington played as you might think a team trailing in the Stanley Cup Final would in beating the Golden Knights 3-2 on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena, meaning the Capitals showed a focus and determination and toughness that Vegas must now combat as things head to the nation’s capital for Games 3 and 4.

Pedestrian killed crossing road in central Las Vegas

About 8:20 p.m., a nourthbound Mercedes-Benz hit a man who was crossing North Decatur Boulevard near West Bonanza Road, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. David Gordon. He died at a local hospital.

Golden Knights’ top line held in check by Capitals in Game 2

The Capitals didn’t let William Karlsson’s line dominate in Game 2 after Karlsson, Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith had two goals and two assists in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.

Campaign 2018: Heller gift gives direction to Rosen

U.S. Sen. Dean Heller ’s campaign mailed Rep. Jacky Rosen a map of Nevada, claiming she’s spurned rural counties by skipping campaign events in Tonopah and Hawthorne.

GOP candidates push to get out the vote in Las Vegas events

Republicans Adam Laxalt, Danny Tarkanian and Wes Duncan kicked off two get-out-the-vote events Wednesday in Las Vegas, but their efforts were greeted by protesters who swarmed the coffee shop where they gathered.

Cost of ER visits in Nevada rising quickly, report says

From 2009 through 2016, the average price per private insurance claim rose 147 percent to $1,281, trailing only the costliest state of California, according to date compiled by the nonpartisan Health Care Cost Institute.

Don’t forget to protect yourself from mosquitoes

Fortunately, when it comes to disease cases from mosquito and tick bites, Nevada is at the bottom of the list in both categories. Probably because the state is so dry.

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