U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto teamed up with data analytics company FICO Monday to talk to Nevadans about the importance of keeping track of their credit scores.
Jonathan Marchessault had two goals and two assists as the Golden Knights beat the Sharks 7-3 at SAP Center on Monday night.
The UNLV men’s golf team is in fourth place after the first two rounds of the National Invitational Tournament at OMNI Tucson National.
Jerin Lacson had 10 kills on Monday to lead Tech’s boys volleyball team to a 19-25, 18-25, 25-12, 25-21, 15-13 victory over host Bishop Gorman.
Apple has unveiled a new iPad that’s thinner and slightly larger than its current entry-level tablet.
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State lawmakers introduced 141 new bills Monday in what was the busiest day yet in the 120-day Nevada Legislature. And they are expected to introduce at least that many Tuesday.
No injuries were reported after a vehicle became engulfed in flames Monday night in the central Las Vegas Valley.
Ryan Webster’s two-run single with one out in the bottom of the sixth inning Monday lifted host Bonanza’s baseball team to a 2-1 win over Rancho.
Richard Bunker had what it took to be high-profile — power, good looks, an articulate way of speaking — but he let his work do the talking.
Yazmin Sevilla went 3-for-5 with a triple, four runs and three RBIs Monday to help host Sunrise Mountain’s softball team to a 23-13 win over Western in a five-inning game.
Pete DeBoer believes the teams could see each other again in the playoffs after facing off twice in the final three weeks of the regular season, starting with Monday night’s game in San Jose.
Arbor View’s Hazen Newman shot a 5-under-par 67 at Canyon Gate on Monday to earn medalist honors in a Northwest League match.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard called for a “movement of peace” on Monday, describing a future in which the U.S. refrains from ill-conceived “regime-change wars” abroad and instead invests trillions of dollars into causes at home.
“It’s amazing,” Vince Neil says. “The movie is amazing. You laugh you cry and you root for the underdogs — us!”
Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health will hold its Spring into Health fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, with services including a blood drive, mammograms, vision and hearing screenings, representation from care facilities, veteran and legal resources, entertainment, a raffle and more.
The homeless man killed in a fistfight Friday near downtown Las Vegas has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Senate Bill 259, which was introduced on Monday, would allow doctors licensed in other jurisdictions to practice in Nevada under a provisional six-month license while the medical licensing boards consider their applications.
South Point has canceled this week’s “Let it Ride” rodeo because of safety concerns raised by the Nevada Department of Agriculture.
The armed robbery suspect shot in the leg by an officer over the weekend was in custody Monday, according to police records.
A Las Vegas real estate broker was convicted Monday of tax fraud after prosecutors accused him of failing to file federal income tax returns for almost 20 years.
Just four months after receiving tax abatements from the state, the site of a Google data center in Henderson is beginning to take shape.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority could turn its attention to working with desirable international airports as well as airlines to market Las Vegas as a destination.
Australia-based slot machine manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies, which opened a $45 million campus in Summerlin in December, is downsizing its design and development division worldwide.
Alan Krueger, a groundbreaking Princeton University economist who served as a top adviser in two Democratic administrations and was an authority on the labor market, has died, according to a statement from the university Monday.
A report from Chicago-based global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray Christmas found that about 75 million people are expected to spend an average of six hours watching the tournament while at work.