A’Mari James had 25 points Friday as Spring Valley’s boys basketball team earned a 76-71 road win over Sierra Vista.
Julia Reid scored the game-winning basket as time expired Friday to lift Clark’s girls basketball team to a 37-35 win at Silverado.
Desert Oasis took advantage of a tightly officiated fourth quarter by converting 9 of 13 free throws to seal a 60-57 road victory over Bishop Gorman and take possession of first place in the Southwest League.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam apologized on Friday for a racist photo in which he appeared more than 30 years ago, but said he did not intend to heed calls to resign from both Republicans and prominent fellow Democrats, including several presidential hopefuls.
Our status on the worldwide stage is being judged every day that we treat humans as animals when all they are seeking is asylum and an opportunity for a better life.
Use the money to build the wall.
The lawsuits are piling up.
Getting a job doesn’t require a college degree. Just ask the high school graduates earning a salary and college credit while working at the Northern Nevada Tesla plant.
New Nevada law will only exacerbate fraud.
Christopher Sena leveled sexual torture on his children and other family members for a decade, prosecutors said during opening statements of his trial on Friday.
Connor Bourne, who has a 171-29 record during his high school career after pinning Eldorado’s Marques Anaya-Casarez in the 182-pound quarterfinals on Friday, will face Centennial’s Ike Edwards in Saturday’s semifinal round, which begins at 10 am at Bonanza.
Las Vegas police are searching for a suspect after two people stabbed a third person in the north valley, leaving the victim in critical condition Friday night.
Andres Garcia, who hasn’t lost to an opponent from Nevada all season long, was on the mat at Clark High Friday afternoon and evening for a total of 2 minutes, 18 seconds.
Reilly Smith, who missed the past seven games with an undisclosed injury, was activated from injured reserve before Friday’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes.
The mystery bettor who beat Las Vegas sportsbooks out of millions of dollars on the 2017 World Series and more than $10 million in Super Bowl LII appears to be back in action on Super Bowl LIII.
Sean McVay and Chris Shula met in 2014 as college freshmen at Miami (Ohio). They were football teammates for four years, McVay a wide receiver and Shula a linebacker. They were together regularly.
Local law enforcement agencies are teaming up to combat distracted drivers.Through Feb. 19, Nevada’s law enforcement agencies will be citing drivers who are not paying attention to the road, multiple law enforcement agencies announced.
The Arizona man who sold ammunition to the Las Vegas mass shooter wants his case thrown out of court.
Boulder City holds the lead after Friday’s opening rounds of the Class 3A Southern Region wrestling tournament in Overton.
Defenseman Shea Theodore scored twice, but the Golden Knights lost to the host Carolina Hurricanes on Friday at PNC Arena in their first game after an eight-day break.
Henderson resident Elizabeth Cole, who was shot Monday, shared her story in an interview this week, hoping to draw attention to violence targeting transgender people.
Basic’s Olivia Lampkin rolled a 688 series at The Orleans Bowling Center on Friday to hold on to win the Class 4A girls bowling state individual championship.
The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System will co-host a Veterans Transition Fair and quarterly town hall meeting Saturday at its location in North Las Vegas.
Lem Banker picked the winner against the spread in 20 of the first 23 Super Bowls in newspapers across the nation, including the Review-Journal. From 1973 to 1985, he picked 13 straight winners in the game.
Kaitlyn Horstdaniel threw for 133 yards and four touchdowns Friday as the Las Vegas High flag football team earned a 28-14 home win over Legacy.
Jay Kornegay of Westgate Las Vegas Superbook says most potential bettors are confused about which Super Bowl odds are actually the board in Vegas casinos.
A court-appointed receiver for the Art Institute of Las Vegas in Henderson is rescinding a plan to close the school amid a local effort to keep it open — part of a messy process borne out of the bankruptcy of the parent company of the nationwide chain of schools.
The tires of my loyal, fully human-powered bicycle had helped me log 13 of the 34 miles that make up Southern Nevada’s River Mountains Loop Trail. Sadly, that had only amounted to flirting with this paved path of challenging hills and epic views of the Las Vegas Valley, Lake Mead and Boulder City. Biking the entire loop would remain the stuff of my Mojave Desert dreams, unless I began a rigorous daily training routine. That’s when the epiphany of e-biking struck.
Karla Loria, a native of Costa Rica, currently serves as the human capital officer and student support officer at the Harrison School District Two in Colorado, Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara announced Friday.