Las Vegas won the series finale 10-8 at Cashman Field, surging ahead of the Redbirds in the seventh inning when right fielder Adolis Garcia dropped a Dominic Smith fly ball that would have been the final out of the inning.
A shark police say was snatched from a petting tank at the San Antonio Aquarium and wheeled out in a baby stroller is back home alive, and investigators say a person confessed to the deed.
The Kats! Bureau is Piazza lounge at Tuscany Suites, where the fizzywater is cold and the entertainment scene is sizzling.
Bernie Sander’s plan would be a fiscal disaster and lead to massive tax hikes
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He’s president only because of gerrymandering
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Gareon Conley has missed three straight practices, and more are to come.
Jon Gruden loves veteran players and the Raiders, as much as any team, offer them second chances at continuing careers and proving others wrong, both of which the former Green Bay star can pursue.
The organization raised more than $25,000 through sales of tickets to its Hall of Fame ceremony this month
A nostalgic glow may soon entice pedestrians to explore more of downtown Las Vegas.
A Pahrump man facing animal cruelty charges told investigators that he punctured the shell of a desert tortoise to put a leash on the animal.
Golden Knights president Kerry Bubolz believes the only thing standing between many kids and a love affair with hockey is an introduction to the game. He hopes the team’s latest initiative helps continue to serve as a matchmaker.
In response to the Las Vegas mass shooting, the second-in-command of Chicago police announced Monday that the department is bolstering security measures for the city’s upcoming Lollapalooza music festival.
The Pinball Hall of Fame plans to move from its current location near UNLV at 1610 E. Tropicana Ave.
A Nevada assemblyman has joined those opposing a lucrative retirement buyout for embattled Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO Rossi Ralenkotter, calling it a public “shakedown.”
It was a year ago when Las Vegas Lights FC owner, CEO and scarf-wearing optimist Brett Lashbrook predicted the budding second-tier domestic soccer franchise would average around 10,000 spectators, which is roughly the capacity of Cashman Field.
Some carry-on bags at McCarran International Airport will be scanned with the same technology used by hospitals for medical images, the Transportation Security Administration said Monday.
The helicopters carrying 16 guardsmen left Reno for Lakeport, California, at about 10 a.m. Both helicopters are equipped with water buckets to help extinguish the blaze.
“We are just trying to have some fun with Bill (Clinton),” says Gennifer Flowers, who reportedly embarked on an affair with the then-governor of Arkansas in the 1970s. “This is a music and comedy show. It is not mean-spirited.”
Associated Press journalist Michael Graczyk, who witnessed and chronicled more than 400 executions as a criminal justice reporter in Texas, will retire Tuesday after nearly 46 years with the news service.
Georgia’s governor on Monday made good on his vow to restore a tax cut on jet fuel sales that was previously killed by state GOP lawmakers irate with Delta Air Lines for ending a discount for members of the National Rifle Association.
The former head of FEMA’s personnel office had improper sexual relationships with subordinates and created a “toxic” work environment, according to a summary of an internal investigation obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
The 23-year-old Osuna is eligible to pitch in the big leagues starting Sunday after a 75-game suspension under Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy. He has made six scoreless one-inning appearances in the minors since July 14, the last three at Triple-A.
A lightning-sparked fire in the remote mountains northwest of Las Vegas had burned nearly 8 square miles near the Nevada National Security Site.
After the company that owns Mandalay Bay sued more than a thousand Las Vegas mass shooting victims, its CEO is apologizing to employees — for not communicating better.
The death of former UNLV safety Kenny Keys Jr. on Friday was ruled a suicide by the Clark County coroner’s office. Keys. who was 25, died at his father’s home because of a gunshot to his head.
Melody Carter, 58, was accused of hitting a 5-year-old student with a stick in May at Harmon Elementary, according to a police report.
Claims administrators in the settlement released an updated report on the concussion settlement information website saying about $502 million had been approved in less than two years of the settlement. The original actuarial estimates from the NFL estimated a little more than $400 million would be paid out in the first decade.