Boise State beats Wyoming for third MW women’s title in a row

Boise State defeated Wyoming 68-51 on Wednesday at the Thomas & Mack Center to win its third consecutive Mountain West women’s basketball tournament and fourth in five years. The victory gave the Broncos the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Goat sworn in as mayor of Vermont town

The new honorary mayor of Fair Haven, Vermont — a 3-year-old goat named Lincoln — was officially sworn into office this week.

Resilient Centennial rallies to beat Coronado in 10 innings

Centennial squandered a lead against Coronado and fell behind by two runs in the top of the ninth before coming back to beat the visiting Cougars 6-5 in 10 innings.

CARTOON: Water, water everywhere

Drought-stricken California watches as record rainfall drains into the ocean.

Ex-Las Vegas entertainer settles wrongful incarceration lawsuit

Two rural Nevada counties have paid $250,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a former Las Vegas entertainer who was wrongfully jailed for 18 days for a burglary he didn’t commit in a bizarre case of mistaken identity, his lawyer said Wednesday.

NIAA to re-evaluate rule allowing appeals of forfeits

The association’s board of control voted Wednesday to have staff write a proposal and survey member schools to possibly strike the ability for teams that use an ineligible to appeal any forfeits.

Kamala Harris to headline fundraiser in Nevada

Democratic Presidential candidate Kamala Harris will headline a fundraiser in northern Nevada for liberalgroup Battle Born Progress next month.

Nevada Democratic Party hires director for 2020 caucuses

The Nevada State Democratic Party has hired an organizing director who worked on Democrat Hillary Clinton’s 2016presidential campaign to direct the state party’s presidential caucuses next year.

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