The Buffalo Bills ended the longest playoff drought in American major pro sports Sunday in miraculous fashion.
The wheels continue turning as to what sort of team Davis intends on bringing to Las Vegas in 2020, his latest move to fire head coach Jack Del Rio following Sunday’s regular-season finale loss to the Chargers with reportedly every intention of replacing him with Jon Gruden.
It was a few days after the holidays when Mathew Ellis, the director of CARE Complex, which provides transitional services for the homeless, noticed a man named George wearing a letterman’s jacket to ward off the chill.
In our line of work, we mostly deal with numbers. Stats. Records. Anything defined by digits. And there wasn’t a more significant one for Las Vegas this past year, perhaps ever, than 58.
There is a palpable quaintness to Division III basketball that is felt when little schools with unusual nicknames play basketball below the rim and strictly for the fun of it.
They’re getting ready to throw parades, and the balloons are up. But here’s a message to the Vegas Golden Knights. You really haven’t accomplished anything until you’ve had some boos to go with the cheers.
Norman Freedman is 83 but vividly recalled details of a bad beat he suffered 40 years ago, when Earl “The Pearl” Monroe mysteriously turned his apparent $2,000 win into a $100 loss.
Arrogate’s brilliance, Gun Runner’s steady excellence and the emergence of a pair of top jockeys from Puerto Rico top columnist Mike Brunker’s recount of the year’s highlights.
Unseasonably warm temperatures have slowed ice at Eagle Valley and Echo Canyon reservoirs, customary ice fishing destinations for Southern Nevada anglers.
Heading into 2018, how you perceive the golf industry probably depends on if you view a glass as half-full or half-empty.