UNLV freshman Avi’Tal Wilson-Perteete placed seventh out of 24 competitors in the 800-meter run preliminaries in 2 minutes, 3.53 seconds Thursday at the NCAA track and field outdoor championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Days and weeks and months will pass and history will be more and more appreciated, but for now, the magical expansion season of the Golden Knights is over after a 4-3 loss to the Washington Capitals.
For the second consecutive year, Knights forward James Neal was a runner-up to the Stanley Cup champion.
Las Vegas sports books stood to lose $5 million to $7 million on the Knights had they hoisted the Stanley Cup, but avoiding a record loss didn’t translate into big wins for the books.
Alex Ovechkin had 14 years to think about what he would do if he finally got his hands on the Stanley Cup.
The performance from the Golden Knights’ David Perron and Tomas Tatar just wasn’t enough, as Vegas fell to Washington 4-3 on Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena to give the Capitals their first Stanley Cup.
Although the Vegas Golden Knights fell three victories shy of winning the Stanley Cup, many fans expressed thanks for the team and its magical, improbable season.
The Washington Capitals defeated the Golden Knights 4-3 on Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena to win the franchise’s first Stanley Cup.
When the possibility arises for a team to cop the Stanley Cup in fewer than seven games, it is thought to be rude and impudent to put it on display in front of the other team and its fans.
President Donald Trump likes to take credit for the roaring economy. If his newly announced tariffs turn out to be more than a negotiating ploy, he’ll deserve the blame for the inevitable slowdown.
If you think the Clark County School District cares about public input, its recently released draft transgender regulations will correct that misconception.
What’s wrong with using paper, instead?
Just a pair of giveaways?
Assemblyman Keith Pickard is “exploiting community members” for political gain. Gun control won’t prevent mass shootings, and the key to improving education is keeping great teachers in the classroom. That’s all according to Byron Brooks, who’s running for the Republican nomination for Senate District 20.
Some charter and private campuses are also part of the problem
Religious belief doesn’t exempt one from the law
Don’t import high-tax policies from other states
Key statistics from Thursday’s Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Lars Eller scored with 7:37 to play as the Washington Capitals finished off the Golden Knights with a 4-3 victory to claim the Stanley Cup on Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Developer Lyon Living acquired The Gramercy’s two four-story apartment buildings and 12.6 acres of vacant land and parking lots. The $45.75 million purchase closed May 31, property records show.
The 51s now have a construction camera, similar to the one the Raiders have, set up so fans can look at up-to-date views of the construction as well as a time lapse video.
The New York Times says the federal government has seized records of one of its reporters as part of an investigation into classified leaks.
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz talks about the Lights FC’s win over Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC on June 2 and the team’s recent roster moves.
Of the five candidates vying for the office of North Las Vegas Constable, all but the incumbent say they support a state law requiring the position be held by a certified law enforcement officer.
Not many are giving Jeff Horn a shot to defeat Terence Crawford on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Crawford is a minus 800 favorite and Horn a plus 550 underdog at the Westgate sports book.
The North Las Vegas Police Department will soon receive seven new vehicles and 18 computers, under a pair of contracts approved by the City Council Wednesday night.
The world’s most prestigious NFL handicapping contest expects to have a SuperContest mobile app available for the 2018 season that will allow contestants to submit their weekly selections over the phone.
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An amendment backed by Nevada Democrats that would have stripped money for the proposed Yucca Mountain project from a spending bill for the Department of Energy died in the House on Thursday.