The Lights goalkeeper made seven saves but proved incapable of stemming the tide in a 4-0 loss at Tempe, Ariz. on Wednesday.
On Wednesday night, Las Vegas lost 6-2 to Colorado Springs in the series opener at Security Service Field.
The Golden Knights held a “Stick Salute to Vegas” event Wednesday in appreciation of their fans at Fremont Street Experience that was part day club and part pep rally.
The veteran is among several players granted one-year contracts, whether hoping previous magic returns to certain games or simply inserting an experienced body at a position of need.
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Anne Donovan, the Basketball Hall of Famer who won a national championship at Old Dominion, two Olympic gold medals as a player and another as a coach, died Wednesday of heart failure. She was 56.
In four separate Las Vegas police videos from the night of the Oct.1 shooting, officers are instructed to turn their body cameras off.
The Raiders defensive tackle is recovering from a torn left ACL sustained in December. But his agent expressed no concern Wednesday when asked about his client’s availability for the start of training camp.
Tech unsuccessfully petitioned to move back down to Class 3A at the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s Board of Control meeting on Wednesday in Reno.
Eddy Pineiro is competing with incumbent Giorgio Tavecchio for the Raiders’ kicking job. He laughed Wednesday at a reporter’s suggestion that he might ask Johnny Townsend to manipulate their competition.
Dearica Hamby scored 17 points and Kayla McBride 16 to lead a balanced offense in the Aces’ 78-63 victory over the New York Liberty on Wednesday night.
The World Tea and Music Festival will be from 7 p.m. to midnight Friday at the Downtown 3rd Farmers Market.
Officials said securing Duncan’s victory over Democratic challenger Aaron Ford is a top priority, especially because many Republican attorneys general across the country are term-limited or running for other offices.
Of the 12 candidates who received endorsements from the respective Republican and Democratic chamber caucuses in open Legislative races, just one failed to earn the party nomination in the primary election.
Eight cooling stations opened Tuesday and Wednesday in Clark County to help people cope with triple-digit temperatures that climbed to 108 degrees.
The abandoned remnants of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition — also known as the Chicago World’s Fair — come to life with a morbid twist in a new scare-filled virtual reality experience on the Strip.
For hunters who want to pursue big game in Nevada, the second week of June can bring joy and disappointment. Joy to those who learn they drew a coveted big game tag and disappointment to those who didn’t.
Disney might as well have a license to print money.
The Golden Knights’ inaugural season was one for the history books. Fittingly, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has captured this magical journey in a limited edition, 160-page hardcover book titled “Knights to Remember.”
America and the world can “sleep well tonight,” President Donald Trump declared on Wednesday, boasting that his summit with Kim Jong Un had ended any nuclear threat from North Korea though the meeting produced no details on how or when weapons might be eliminated or even reduced.
In rural Nye County, Hof had snagged a sizeable lead over incumbent GOP Assemblyman James Oscarson — and the gap between the men grew all night. Hof, a self-proclaimed pimp, won the Republican nomination for Nevada’s Assembly District 36.
The Cup along with 19 other trophies will be on display at the Hard Rock Hotel from June 16-19 ahead of the annual NHL Awards show.
The National Investor Relations Institute, based in Alexandria, Virginia, raised $10,000 via a silent auction during its conference in Las Vegas on Monday and Tuesday to benefit the Route 91 Strong nonprofit.
Las Vegas home prices are rising at one of the fastest clips in the country, with builders fetching record dollar amounts and resale values approaching prior highs.