Mary Wilmore was part of security force for 22 years and popular with Rebels players, fans and local sports media. She was affectionately known as “Military Mary.”
The Chiefs have the edge at quarterback. But if San Francisco’s defensive front harasses Patrick Mahomes, the 49ers can control the game with their ground attack.
Bettors waited in line Thursday at the Westgate to place up to two wagers at a time at a limit of $2,000 each. Most of them then would go to the back of the line and wait their turn again.
The morning line favorites both are out of Saturday’s $3 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational at Gulfstream Park, turning the race into a wide-open betting affair.
Members of the Las Vegas Aces slow-pitch softball team have remained close friends, despite not playing together for more than 25 years.
One of the things I enjoy about attending the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show when it comes to town is meeting hunting and recreational shooting enthusiasts.
The town that does everything big is going even more so come April 23-25, when the city will present a 72-hour caffeine buzz to equal or surpass any previous draft.
The awards took on a feel of the Academy Awards. There were heartfelt speeches from honorees, thanking spouses, family, friends and mentors. Even tears were shed.
Coleman is one of many reasons UNLV has outperformed expectations. He’s a former walk-on from Foothill High whose name was largely ignored in the recruiting rankings.
Competition at Sin City Classic festival attracts eclectic mix of players who just want to play hockey in a comfortable environment.