Without him, the Los Angeles Dodgers are just another underachieving team in the National League West, while Don Mattingly finds ways to spend his unexpected summer vacation.
Thunderstorms that pounded Southern Nevada the past few weeks brought much-needed water to the desert but also put a damper on the mourning dove hunt. Doves that migrated into the area between storms quickly were pushed out with the arrival of the next round of thunder and lightning.
Stories are appearing in newspapers from Tampa to New York to Minneapolis. Sobering statistics are being compared. Panic has set in. Funerals are being planned.
Ken Norton, a former heavyweight champion of the world who is best remembered for his trilogy of fights against Muhammad Ali — one in which he broke Ali’s jaw — died Wednesday in a veterans care facility in Henderson from congestive heart failure.
UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck shouldn’t have any problem getting his players’ attention this week even with a lower-level opponent rolling into town.
A sports tribunal has removed a Brazilian club from the fourth-division playoffs because its masseur stepped onto the field and made two key saves near the end of a match.
Whether judged by a woman or man or goat, any card that proclaimed Mayweather-Alvarez a draw is damning evidence to the ineptness of the person scoring. And yet judge C.J. Ross isn’t the one to blame most here. Keith Kizer is.
Veteran Las Vegas boxing judge C.J. Ross probably has worked her final fight.