Golden Knights make no trades, prep for Day 2 of NHL draft

After spending Friday watching the NHL draft, the Golden Knights will join the fun Saturday. The Knights, who had no first-round picks, have seven selections Saturday, beginning with the 61st overall pick.

Free lunches are not giveaways

People generally do better in just about everything when they’ve had a chance to abate their physical hunger

EDITORIAL: Signs, signs, everywhere there’s signs

It’s been said the two certainties in life are death and taxes. But these days, there’s also the certainty of silly regulationscreeping into every corner of your life. Apparently, that now includes your front yard.

Las Vegas needs cameras to deter crazy drivers

Hardly a day passes that I don’t see, read or hear about a fatal traffic accident on the “speedways” in Clark County.

Sabres select Dahlin with first overall pick of NHL draft

Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin went first overall to the Buffalo Sabres and Russian winger Andrei Svechnikov second to the Carolina Hurricanes in the two most predictable developments of an NHL draft that also featured some curveballs.

Man accused of stealing from Las Vegas casinos by posing as delivery driver

A criminal complaint accuses Danny Roy Salazar of burglarizing the Rio, Westgate and Caesars Palace between Jan. 13 and June 8 and stealing an assortment of items, including mattresses, televisions, “prototype auto electronics,” beauty products, furniture, light fixtures, an iPad and a photo booth.

Chips, dice, poster collections at Casino Collectibles Convention

About 70 hardcore casino memorabilia collectors hoping to sell some of their items at the annual Casino Collectibles Association Convention, which is open to the public and runs through Saturday at South Point.

Bishop, construction company settle dispute over Bishop Gorman campus

The newly appointed bishop who oversees Las Vegas for the Catholic Church and J.A. Tiberti Construction Co. have settled a bankruptcy case over the 60-plus-year-old school, perhaps best known for its football team.

NV Energy finds source of Sandy Valley’s electrical issues

NV Energy discovered Thursday morning that a damaged insulator on a pole north of Sandy Valley’s Quartz Road was allowing electricity to run free, leading to the outages. The issue worsened when temperatures rose mid-day and the metal supporting the insulators expanded.

North Las Vegas teenager speaks for all state’s students

Mojave High School student Ashley Macias is serving as the voice of all Nevada students on the State Board of Education. She’s also serving as a student representative on Gov. Brian Sandoval’s statewide school safety task force.

Two condo projects to open in Summerlin

Mira Villa by Toll Brothers, a luxury condominium neighborhood in The Canyons village and one of two new condo projects in Summerlin, is now building an interest list for those seeking a maintenance-free lifestyle in this popular golf-themed village of the master-planned community.

Pardee homebuyers become unofficial Axis ambassadors

Among the first homeowners in the Pardee Homes Axis neighborhood, Perry and Gae Basch have become unofficial ambassadors for their new luxury hillside community in Henderson.

Century Communities to hold grand opening

Century Communities plans to hold a grand opening celebration at Ridgecrest on June 30 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. During the event, guests can view five two-story floor plans in this gated community — including four completely new designs. Prices start in the $260,000s. Homes at Ridgecrest range from 1,735 square feet to 2,638 square feet and feature three to five bedrooms, 2½ to three baths, and two-car garages.

Skye Canyon to unveil 16 model homes

Passport to Win Giveaway offers a chance to win $3,000-plus in cash and prizes. Food, fun and prizes are in store as Skye Canyon unveils the second phase of its residential development at the First Look: Phase Two Grand Opening Event to be held June 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Nevada Builder Trade In program gains popularity

Summer is a time when the Las Vegas Valley’s real estate market rises along with the temperatures, and this summer is no different.

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