In Division III hoops at South Point Arena, it’s more about molding men than basketball players.
Playing as if it wanted to be elsewhere, Boise State was beaten 38-7 in the Las Vegas Bowl by a Washington team being coached for the last time by a familiar face.
Waybe Mabry, one of the Raiders’ most ardent and recognizable fans, said he won’t be able to follow the team to Las Vegas because season tickets cost too much.
Instead of a last hurrah, the Raiders went out of Oakland-Alameda Coliseum with another whimper, blowing a late lead and losing 20-16 to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Las Vegas sports radio talk show host Ken Thomson and UNLV players brightened the days of sick kids with their annual holiday visit to Sunrise Children’s Hospital.
In 1968, Ann Lewis — nicknamed “Annie the Okie” — won rodeo’s barrel racing championship as a 10-year-old, but did not live long enough to receive the gold buckle.
Steer wrestler J.D. Struxness, bareback rider Tanner Aus putting non-rodeo state on the map with impressive early round performances.
NASCAR star Kyle Busch and Las Vegas Aviators president Don Logan express empathy to loved ones after being honored this week for their work in their fields.
For the first time in 10 years, Bishop Gorman isn’t playing in Saturday’s Class 4A state championship football game at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Music City is pulling out all the stops for NASCAR and its recently crowned champion after replacing Las Vegas as awards ceremony host.