Matt den Dekker missed almost the entire month of June with a knee injury. But when he came back Thursday, he made his presence felt immediately.
Arkansas missed a chance to win the College World Series when a foul pop dropped between three infielders. Oregon State made the Razorbacks pay for it behind one of the best pitching performances in a title game.
The prosecution of U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte for filing a false police report during the 2016 Olympics is back on after a Brazilian court decision this week.
North Carolina hoteliers Colin and Deanna Crossman have acquired the Resort on Mount Charleston, some 40 miles northwest of the Las Vegas Strip, from The Siegel Group.
The first meeting for Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara was rife with the same underlying tension between School Board members on Thursday, as trustees split over a decision on whether to hire a new deputy superintendent and chief of staff with higher salaries.
Figures released in April reveal that ridership and revenues for Southern Nevada’s 16 cab companies have remained in a free fall
The course of ever-greater intolerance betrays the enlightened ideals upon which our country was founded.
Not all illegals are Mexican, and not all Mexicans are illegal.
Perhaps they could stop the mud-slinging and tell us what they plan to do with the dismal education system in Nevada.
Four journalists and a sales assistant were killed Thursday in a shooting at a Maryland newspaper. Authorities said the gunman entered the Capital Gazette in Annapolis and “looked for his victims.” The employees killed were Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Wendi Winters, police said.
Fire, police and elected officials announced an enforcement initiative targeting those who buy and use illegal fireworks.
The Service Employees International Union has reached a tentative five-year contract agreement with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, a union representative said Thursday.
Employers, analysts, educators and members of governmental organizations gathered Thursday in Las Vegas for the Governor’s Education to Workforce Summit.
Unlike last summer, defenseman Dylan Coghlan is participating in the Golden Knights’ development camp this week at City National Arena knowing his future with the organization is secure.
Two Golden Knights prospects were selected Thursday in the major junior Canadian Hockey League’s Import Draft, including touted defenseman Erik Brannstrom.
Two weeks after Nevada’s primary election, a panel of newspaper readers say they’re fed up with the mud-slinging, negative ads and flow of campaign cash meant to sway their votes.
Family Court Judge Jennifer Elliott has announced her retirement, effective June 30.
A looming Senate battle over a Supreme Court vacancy following the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy focused on abortion rights Thursday and placed two moderate Republican women senators in the spotlight.
Mark Davis walked onto the red carpet wearing a Knights shirt only to discover his seats were next to Vegas players Fleury and Deryk Engelland and their wives, a chance for the Raiders owner to pick the brains of two of the hockey team’s more popular players.
Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp. received regulatory approval on Thursday from the Indiana Horse Racing Commission and the Indiana Gaming Commission to take over Centura Holdings, the company said.
The Golden Nugget sports book posted lines Tuesday on each of the Rebels’ 12 games and opened their win total at 6½ after the South Point and William Hill sports books each posted UNLV’s total at 6.
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz discusses the Lights FC’s penalty kick trick play against the Swope Park Rangers last Sunday and its fallout.
Racial prejudice. Religious persecution. Gender equality. Those ripped-from-the-headlines topics may be timely, but they’re also timeless — as the 57th annual Utah Shakespeare Festival, launching this weekend in Cedar City, demonstrates.
Harlan Ellison, the prolific, pugnacious author of “A Boy and His Dog,” and countless other stories that blasted society with their nightmarish, sometimes darkly humorous scenarios, has died at age 84.
The Nevada Highway Patrol announced Thursday that it will equip officers who undergo training with the opioid-overdose reversal drug, naloxone.
The first baseman was a decorated player at college powerhouse Florida and a second-round draft pick in 2016.