UNLV updated its basketball schedule Wednesday, with times established for all but a handful of games.
The average decommissioned satellite either burns up over a specific ocean region or is ejected to a far-off orbital graveyard. But Chinese officials admit they have lost control of Tiangong 1.
An inmate died Tuesday night at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City, according to the state Department of Corrections.
The National Park Service is trying to track down a motorist who defaced a remote dry lake bed in Death Valley National Park famous for its mysterious moving stones.
Anna Dobbins dished out 31 assists, and Adriana Rios had 11 kills and eight digs to help Las Vegas’ girls volleyball team to a 25-2, 25-14, 22-25, 23-25, 15-6 win over host Valley on Wednesday.
“Chopper Tom” Hawley is to be back on (and in) the air Monday morning, as details of his now-infamous flight from Denver to Las Vegas are coming to light.
Lani Potter went to work on improving around the greens, and the results have been evident this fall. She has won or shared medalist honors in five of the Eagles’ six matches and established herself as the overwhelming favorite for the individual title when the Class 3A girls tournament tees off next month.
Green Valley boys cross country runner Milton Amezcua won the 3.1-mile race Wednesday, and the Gators had four of the top five finishers to win a eight-team meet at Cornerstone Park.
Centennial’s Raul Saucedo and Justin Madsen each went 2-0 in singles on Wednesday to lift the Bulldogs’ boys tennis team to a 10-8 win at Legacy.
An aviation expert who monitors passenger traffic at airports across the country says McCarran International will maintain its status as the nation’s ninth busiest airport in five years.