A Tonopah man was arrested Sunday in Texas on suspicion of killing his father-in-law and dumping the body in a Nevada mine shaft late last year.
Jeremy Burch of Tonopah was arrested in Amarillo, TX on a Nye County warrant for open murder, burglary, obtaining money under false pretense, use of credit card w/o owner consent, and destruction of evidence. (Nye County Sheriff’s Office/Facebook)
The Vegas Golden Knights continue their hot streak as they shutout the Winnipeg Jets, 5-0. In their last 10 games, the Golden Knights have only lost once and have won four straight games. (Heidi Fang / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bryce Harper has been playing catch-up since his free agency carried over into spring training. With a week left until opening day, the Philadelphia Phillies’ big-money addition looks ready to pay off.
There are miles and miles to go — think a car drive from here to Nebraska and back — before a rematch could become reality, before the Golden Knights and Winnipeg might again meet for the right to play for a Stanley Cup.
Prince Kuumba and Joshua Dumbrique each won two events on Thursday to lead Sierra Vista’s boys track team to victory in a three-team meet at Durango.
After starting the day 7-1 ATS, underdogs finished 9-7 ATS with four outright wins by Minnesota, Murray State, Baylor and Florida, which eliminated UNR in a 70-61 win.
Bravery in politics was at the forefront of Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand’s campaign stop in downtown Las Vegas on Thursday.
Malcolm Subban picked up his third win in five days in the absence of Marc-Andre Fleury and recorded his first shutout of the season as the Golden Knights beat Winnipeg 5-0 at T-Mobile Arena on Thursday night.
T.J. Blanchard had 26 kills on Thursday to lead Mojave to a 25-19, 21-25, 22-25, 25-16, 15-12 boys volleyball victory over host Boulder City.