Wayne Mabry, aka Raiders’ superfan “Violator,” is among six finalists seeking a Super Bowl trip and recognition in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
One big game cartridge sure to get the attention of deer hunters this fall is the 6.8 Western, a new hunting round developed cooperatively by the folks at Winchester and Browning.
Kelly McCrimmon traded in his general manager’s hat for the Golden Knights and assumed head coaching duties in a 5-4 shootout loss to St. Louis on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena.
The Rebels opened a two-game series with the second-place Aggies by winning 59-56, a game hardly known for aesthetics and yet one UNLV needed.
Kicking is for losers. That’s a favorite saying of Westgate sportsbook director John Murray, and it was never more true than on the NFL’s conference championship Sunday.
Raiders tight end Jason Witten has donated $10,000 to SafeNest, the largest nonprofit agency dedicated to ending domestic violence in Clark County.
Jerry Reuss said were it not for an umpire’s odd call, the home run Hank Aaron hit off him in 1973 would have been No. 714, making Reuss a footnote in baseball history.
Longtime Las Vegan George Kunz fondly recalls signing autographs with Hank Aaron during college all-star football game promotion at old Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium.
Based on numbers, Tom Brady wins 2020 and the debate against Bill Belichick over who won the “divorce.” But Las Vegas bookmakers and bettors were split in their opinions.
The owners of Gulfstream Park have tried several ways to lure a young and well-heeled crowd to the Pegasus World Cup over its five-year existence — most of which had little to do with horse racing.