Kentucky, Auburn, Duke, Michigan State advance to Elite 8

Kentucky got its big man back and PJ Washington helped get the Wildcats to the Elite Eight for the seventh time in 10 years — with big boost from Tyler Herro.

Ex-North Las Vegas strip club owner dies in Nevada prison

A former owner of a North Las Vegas strip club who was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of an ex-employee a decade ago has died, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced Friday.

Roundup: T.J. Blanchard-Davis leads Mojave past Del Sol

T.J. Blanchard-Davis had 18 kills, 12 digs, two aces and two blocks to help Mojave’s volleyball team to a 26-28, 25-21, 25-15, 25-18 win over visiting Del Sol on Friday.

On abortion and assisted suicide

Isn’t morality in this country an absolute wonder to behold?

Roundup: Chaparral edges Boulder City

Brizeida Mora-Herrera was 2-for-3 with a double and three runs scored Friday to lift Chaparral’s softball team to a 7-6 home win over Boulder City.

Max Pacioretty returns to Golden Knights lineup

When Golden Knights forward Max Pacioretty went down with a lower-body injury March 21, there was concern his season could be over. But he returned to the lineup Friday after missing three games.

Coronado holds 36-hole lead at Champions Invitational

Michael Sarro shot a 3-under-par 69 in his opening round and a 72 in his second round Friday to help Coronado’s boys golf team grab the lead after 36 holes of the Champions Invitational at the Golf Club of Terra Lago in Indio, California.

Lake Mead Boulevard roadwork begins Monday

Improvements to Lake Mead Boulevard will begin Monday and continue for eight weeks, resulting in weekday traffic restrictions between Anasazi and Hills Center drives.

NLV Mayor John Lee seeks to oust incumbent councilman

Discord on the North Las Vegas City Council has reared its head again as municipal primary election day approaches. Ward 4 incumbent Richard Cherchio is vying for reelection this year in a crowded field, and he’s doing it while Mayor John Lee mounts an attack on his record.

Bill would allow database of gang members in Nevada

A bill to create a centralized, state-level database to help law enforcement combat gang-related crime would also make provisions for suspected or former gang members or their affiliates to formally refute the label and get removed from the list.

PUC says it should regulate Switch

Las Vegas data center company Switch does more than just house data centers; the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada argues it also acts as a public utility.

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