Brookings Mountain West issued a statement late Tuesday expressing its desire to move past a plagiarism dispute with the Nevada System of Higher Education and Chancellor Dan Klaich.
There aren’t enough superlatives in the English language to describe Chris Wood’s performance on Tuesday night.
Anyone curious as to how Desert Pines and Tech wound up playing in a consolation game of the Lady Wolves Holiday Tournament on Tuesday needed only to witness the first quarter.
Clark County commissioners might make decisions Monday about medical marijuana dispensary applicants who haven’t received a special use permit from the county that’s needed to set up shop.
Mojave’s Charleea Armstrong methodically ran down the clock and drained a deep 3-pointer right before the halftime buzzer Tuesday night.
Follow the link for schedules and results (when available) for the boys and girls basketball tournaments being held in Las Vegas and Henderson prior to Christmas.
A Utah man found himself in the hospital earlier this month after chugging non-alcoholic eggnog at an office Christmas party.
Lifting the United States’ lifetime ban on blood donations by gay and bisexual men came as bittersweet news to some Southern Nevadans because there’s a caveat: Regulators will recommend those potential donors remain celibate for a year before they give.
A suburban Cincinnati man’s zombie-themed Nativity scene has caused quite a stir in his neighborhood, with some considering it a holiday treat. But others see a nightmare before Christmas.
While 2014 was an important year for Summerlin, 2015 promises to be even bigger for the massive master-plan along the Las Vegas Valley’s western edge. Officials with the community’s developer, The Howard Hughes Corp., said they’re poised to build on the momentum of the October opening of Downtown Summerlin.