Here are Saturday’s best times based on reports from coaches
Virginia is heading to the Final Four for the first time since 1984.
LeBron James’ first season with the Los Angeles Lakers is over.
Cities around the world were marking Earth Hour on Saturday by turning off lights at 8:30 p.m. local time in a call for global action on climate change.
There wasn’t much of a celebration for the Golden Knights after they clinched a playoff spot Friday night when the Arizona Coyotes lost at Colorado. The schedule didn’t allow it.
This year could present one of the worst wildfire seasons in Southern Nevada in the last decade thanks to a wet spring, a Clark County fire official said Saturday a during training session for volunteer firefighters.
Alyssa Maillaro had Palo Verde’s lone hit and drove in a run in a two-run fifth inning Saturday as the Panthers eked out a 2-1 home softball win over Durango.
The desert tortoise officially emerged from his Springs Preserve burrow about 1:25 p.m. Saturday afternoon, according to a Clark County release.
Texas Tech is going to the Final Four for the first time in school history. Jarrett Culver scored 19 points and the third-seeded Red Raiders produced a suffocating defense in the second half to beat No. 1 seed Gonzaga 75-69 in the West Region final.
The girls stole the show at the Blaine Thompson-Las Vegas Track Classic on Saturday at Desert Oasis.
UNLV used Fogler Consulting to help with background checks and in other ways when looking for a men’s basketball coach. The Rebels hired T.J. Otzelberger on Wednesday.
Cowabunga Bay in Henderson opened for the season Saturday.
After winning $8,452 on a three-team money-line underdog parlay, Stewart went from cocktail waitressing at the Bellagio to working as a professional handicapper. She is featured on the four-part docuseries “Action” airing Sundays on Showtime.
Gavin Malcolm’s two-out double in the bottom of the sixth inning plated Presley Whybourne and Sevon Battle with the tying and go-ahead runs to lift Green Valley’s baseball team to a 7-6 win over visiting Pahrump Valley on Saturday.
New UNLV basketball coach T.J. Otzelberger’s up-tempo style and family values will be missed by those who cut hair and trim sideburns in Brookings, South Dakota.
Clark’s Jalen Hill and Faith Lutheran’s Brevin Walter and Clark coach Chad Beeten will participate in the Big Baller Brand All-American Game on Sunday at Orleans Arena.
The Golden Knights announced their ticket plan Saturday for the first round of the NHL playoffs, one day after the team clinched a berth for the second consecutive season.
Brett Sodetz shot a 3-under-par 69 on Saturday to lead Coronado’s boys golf team to the championship of the 40-team Champions Invitational at the Golf Club of Terra Lago in Indio, California.
Red Rock National Conservation Area’s scenic loop has reopened Saturday afternoon, about three hours after reaching its maximum capacity.
The Golden Knights meet the San Jose Sharks in a probable playoff preview Saturday at SAP Center.
Faraday Future is trying to sell more than 900 acres of land at Apex Industrial Park, offering up the site where it bailed on building an auto plant.
The University of South Carolina has confirmed the death of a student.
Nashville is planning to cut down 21 mature cherry trees to make space for a stage that will host NFL draft events.
The long wait for Wynn Resorts Ltd. to learn its status as a gaming licensee in Massachusetts is nearly over with an adjudicatory hearing scheduled to begin Tuesday in Boston.
Temperatures will gradually rise for the next five days, eventually surpassing the average 74-degree high for this time of year in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the National Weather Service.
The weather is warmer, the days are longer, and thoughts turn to all the plants in the front or backyard that need care and attention after the long winter. But depending on your green thumb, maybe those thoughts should turn to indoor houseplants.
“Small Is Beautiful” is the title of a series of books by E. F. Schumacher (1911-1977), German economist