Midfielder Raul Mendiola scored the first hat trick in Lights’ history, but the team lost 6-4 at Oklahoma City on Wednesday.
Joe Cada of Shelby Charter Township, Michigan, was in eighth place with 24,200,000 in chips at 10:30 p.m., when the field was down to the final 10 players.
Porn actress Stormy Daniels was arrested at an Ohio strip club and is accused of letting patrons touch her in violation of a state law, her attorney said early Thursday.
Branson Tressler was 4-for-4 with a double, home run, five RBIs and two runs to lead the Las Vegas Mustangs to a 12-6 win over the Summerlin Panthers in the Connie Mack state baseball tournament.
George William Hunter, 58, died of blunt force injuries, the Clark County coroner’s office said Wednesday. His death was ruled an accident.
“As of now, we are just taking a breather and deciding what we want to do in the future,” Wayne Newton said. “We have not wanted to make any rush decisions.”
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Brada Linford died of multiple blunt force injuries, the Clark County coroner’s office said Wednesday. Her death was ruled an accident.
A dispute on social media over a girl led to a shooting scare at Town Square Las Vegas, south of the Strip, Friday night, an arrest report shows.
The Timberwolves challenged a jump-ball call in the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s loss to the Pistons, and had the call overturned. It was the second time they have used a challenge this week, though the first was unsuccessful.
Premier Vegas Sports host Bryan Salmond joins Review-Journal reporters Adam Hill and Gilbert Manzano to discuss developments during Day 6 of the NBA Summer League and how the rookies are starting to show their strengths.
Personal seat licenses for premium club seating at the Raiders’ Las Vegas stadium will cost fans between $20,000 and $75,000 apiece, documents obtained by the Review-Journal show.
A three-alarm fire gutted a supermarket in west-central Phoenix during a monsoon storm Wednesday evening and authorities were trying to determine if the building was struck by lightning.
After Nevada’s second failed attempt to execute two-time convicted murderer Scott Dozier, his lawyer spent about an hour with him at Ely State Prison.
Legislation introduced by Nevada Rep. Dina Titus would honor Frazier, the first woman to serve as Nevada’s lieutenant governor and an influential Southern Nevada educator.
Authorities in California have shut down an illicit marijuana farm in an unexpected location: the middle of Death Valley National Park.
Wrapping up Day 6 of the NBA Summer League at the Thomas Mack Center and Cox Pavilion.
Lighter winds brought some relief Wednesday to crews working to contain a wildfire in northern Nevada that is so big it can be seen from space.
If you’ve watched TV for anytime in Las Vegas, then you already know John Barr will do anything to sell you a car —as long as England isn’t playing in the semifinals of the World Cup.
Two Las Vegas gaming companies received tentative approval Wednesday from the state Gaming Control Board to amend their corporate structures to enable them to streamline operations and refinance interest expenses.
Dark Arts Market set for Friday night
Wagner, the No. 25 overall pick out of Michigan, injured his left ankle and left knee on Tuesday during the Lakers’ 109-92 win over the New York Knicks at the Thomas Mack Center.
Alex Jordan shot a final-round 69 and won the Nevada State Amateur at TPC Summerlin on Wednesday by three shots over rising Arbor View senior and Oklahoma State commit Hazen Newman, who also shot 69.
In the summer of 2007, Blair Bigelow’s name was sewn onto the exterior of the Genesis II spacecraft shortly before it was lauched into space.
New video and audio files released Wednesday from the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting mostly highlighted peripheral moments from the massive police response.
On July 15, 1988, Bruce Willis burst onto movie screens as John McClane, the lone hero trying mightily to save his wife from inside a tall building, in “Die Hard.”