Corey Oswalt threw six scoreless innings and Colton Plaia drove in four runs as the 51s beat the Round Rock Express 6-1 on Monday night at Cashman Field.
Las Vegas’ tourism agency plans to buy and bulldoze a run-down retail center and a decades-old apartment complex off the north Strip.
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He lies or misrepresents facts, blames others for his mistakes and then denies he ever said or did those things.
Nothing in the Bible condones racial discrimination
Las Vegans finally have something of which they can be proud
Some races may be decided on Tuesday
Erik Haula and Kristen Boege have been together for nearly seven years. She is from Minneapolis; he played for the Wild.
The 19-month-old daughter of U.S. Olympic skier Bode Miller drowned in a Southern California swimming pool, authorities said Monday.
Concerns raised this month by the stadium’s developers and MGM Resorts International prompted state transportation officials to reconsider building a direct-access carpool lane from Interstate 15 to the Hacienda Avenue overpass.
The famed celebrity journalist returned to Las Vegas about five weeks ago. He had received care at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, and continues rehab at a Las Vegas health-care facility.
No matter who wins the Democratic nomination in Nevada’s governors race Tuesday, one thing is clear: they’re going to be nearly broke.
Since May 22, the Raiders had nine practices to evaluate their defensive line. On Monday, they added two veterans to it.
Select Golden Knights players, general manager George McPhee, and coach Gerard Gallant will be on 3rd Street Stage Wednesday evening to show their appreciation to fans for their support.
For the first time in a statewide election, Clark County residents can vote at any one of 172 voting centers in Clark County, but one candidate worries that the new voting system will shut out voters who may head to old polling sites.
Vegas’ first punk rock residency, which launched at the end of May at The Pearl at the Palms, has shows continuing this month and in October and November.
The most powerful man in the world met with the most powerful man in North Korea on Tuesday morning at a summit in Singapore aimed at preventing a nuclear showdown.
SkinnyFats marked its fifth anniversary on Sunday, with plenty to celebrate. Owner and founder Reed Slobusky is preparing to take the concept into Utah and Texas.
A Mormon motorcycle club is holding its biennial gathering in southern Utah, where about 125 members from across the country are riding together through scenic parts of the region.
North Carolina civil rights leaders are threatening to sue the state over a recently passed law that allows mostly white communities near Charlotte to create their own charter schools and a potential new voter ID law.
Immigration judges generally cannot consider domestic and gang violence as grounds for asylum, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday in a ruling that could affect large numbers of Central Americans who have increasingly turned to the United States for protection.
Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin haven’t settled on their money split but the venue could already be decided.
A federal judge last weekend ordered Nye County officials to return brothel owner and Nevada Assembly candidate Dennis Hof’s campaign sign after it was towed from his property just days before the primary election.
Steel boxes in Walgreens pharmacies are available during store hours for people to drop off unused pills for free, ensuring that the active ingredients don’t get into landfills, sewage systems or the wrong hands.
Bruce Irvin is celebrating a birthday this week. Not his own. These days, it’s not about him.
The Nevada attorney general’s office is investigating a claim that a scammer stole land in Las Vegas by filing false business documents with the Nevada secretary of state’s office.
The Atlanta Falcons are being forced to open their mandatory minicamp without Julio Jones, one of their most important playmakers.