Back-to-school shopping done by Las Vegas mom on a budget

Back-to-school shopping can be both an exciting and daunting time for parents and children. We tag along as one Las Vegas mom plans and executes a $164.06 shopping spree that covers almost everything she needs for her two kids.

Clark County sends many to death row, but executions are rare

While Nevada has struggled to execute a condemned killer who volunteered for his sentence to be carried out and as other parts of the country move away from capital punishment, Clark County jurors handed down the second most death sentences in the United States last year.

Historical railroad car finds new life in Northern Nevada

Wendell Huffman, curator of history for the Nevada State Railroad Museum, has worked for years to ensure preservation of Coach 17. Its storied past includes a role on the day in 1869 when two railroad lines joined to form the nation’s first transcontinental railroad.

51s win, even series with Redbirds

The 51s scored a run in the seventh and three in the eighth on Saturday.

COMMENTARY: Hypocritical Democrats now become Russia hawks

But the fact that Democrats are suddenly channeling their inner Reagan is no excuse for those on the right to start channeling their inner Kennedy.

Dustin Poirier knocks out Eddie Alvarez at UFC on Fox 30

Just as they did in their first fight 14 months ago, Dustin Poirier and Eddie Alvarez came out throwing wild strikes and trading submission attempts Saturday in the main event of UFC on Fox 30 in Calgary, Alberta.

Las Vegas Prospects jell during Las Vegas Classic

The Las Vegas Prospects are finally playing the way coach Quincy Pondexter thought they could. And that effort led to two wins Saturday to reach the quarterfinals of the 17U Platinum Premier bracket at the Las Vegas Classic.

Raiders don pads for first time in training camp Sunday

The pads finally are coming on at training camp. The Raiders will wear them Sunday for the first time since a Dec. 31 season-finale loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.

Raiders put on show without cornerback Gareon Conley

Raiders fans saw a show Saturday. They hoped for Gareon Conley, too. The cornerback and 2017 first-round pick was not seen at Memorial Stadium. His surprise absence was a bit curious, but it’s too early to attach concern.

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