As the delta wave of COVID-19 recedes, optimism has crept into the public discussion: Could the worst be behind us? Experts say it could be, but many unknowns remain.
A Sunday night news release said Michael Carter could be in “severe emotional distress and in need of medical assistance.”
Favorites were 9-5 ATS in Week 5 entering “Sunday Night Football.” Bettors won big as the Packers, Buccaneers, Titans, Cowboys and Cardinals all covered the spread.
Officers responded to Paradise Road south of Sahara Avenue just after 8 p.m. on Sunday to a report of a shooting that left a man in his 20s dead.
They’re not to blame for the health trust debacle.
Screw us peons who get less and less water and pay more for it.
Last month, the RAND Corporation released a massive report on the existence of “subgroups” within the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. A more descriptive term would be gangs or cliques.
Defensive end Yannick Ngakoue lamented the fact that while the Raiders limited the Bears’ scoring opportunities, they failed to force a turnover for a third consecutive game.
Raiders players insisted Sunday that Jon Gruden’s controversy had nothing to do with their embarrassing performance against the Chicago Bears. But what else would you expect them to say?
Forty-five players who teed it up in the Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin can stay put in Las Vegas for another week as they are in the field for the CJ Cup.