Las Vegas Motor Speedway will host four Red Cross blood drives beginning Friday at the track media center.
Las Vegas resident Tyge O’Donnell recently gave Pope Francis a bobblehead in his likeness wearing a Vegas Golden Knights jersey — a lighthearted memento that sprang from a dark day in history.
Life in Las Vegas agrees with rock star climber Alex Honnold, who became the first person to free solo Yosemite’s El Capitan in 2017. “The beauty of Vegas is that I can take showers and cook home meals and be close to my climbing — it’s the best of both worlds.”
On Wednesday, University Medical Center teamed up with the Golden Knights to give pediatric patients a chance to sign a contract and be a player for the day with Golden Knights center Ryan Carpenter.
The fun of the Vegas Golden Knights’ inaugural season is turning many Southern Nevadans into hockey fans.
As an influx of professional sports teams begins to reshape tourism in the Las Vegas Valley, Clark County plans to harness America’s Pastime to attract even more fans for college and high school teams.
Many of us have, at one time in our lives, dreamed of flying. Like a bird. Or maybe even a flying squirrel.
About 60 kids wobbled onto the ice and into an introduction to hockey Saturday with the Vegas Golden Knights and USA Hockey’s second event to try the sport for free.
Dan Quinn knew before the T-Mobile Arena opened a year ago this week that the building was going to be a home run forits owners as well as the community.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.