From 10 a.m. to noon Monday, about 75 local veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces between Nov. 1, 1955, and May 15, 1975, are expected to participate in a Vietnam Veterans Pinning and Proclamation Ceremony in Henderson.
It’s June in the Las Vegas Valley. “It’s gonna be hot,” National Weather Service meteorologist Alex Booth said. “Period.”
Twenty-one candidates are vying to replace U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen, who represents Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District and is leaving the House to run for the Senate.
Sixteen candidates are vying to replace U.S. Rep. Ruben Kihuen, who represents Nevada’s 4th Congressional District and is not to seeking re-election.
Washington appears more and more comfortable in its style and has taken the lead in this best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final, beating Las Vegas 3-1 on Saturday night at Capital One Arena.
Not every singer gets the entire T-Mobile Arena crowd to rise to its feet for his first song. Carnell Johnson — dubbed Golden Pipes — gets that kind of reaction before, during and after he sings the national anthem at Vegas Golden Knights games.
The showdown among hockey superheroes that had been bubbling beneath the surface erupted over the cauldron rim in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, a 3-1 Washington victory that gave the home side a 2-1 series edge on the Golden Knights.
Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin talks about his team’s 3-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights.
The Lights defeated the Switchbacks 4-1 in front of 5,712 fans Saturday night at Cashman Field to earn their first regular-season win since March 31.
The team’s inability to sustain pressure in the Washington Capitals’ end has the Golden Knights trailing in the Stanley Cup Final, 2-1, after the Caps won Game 3 Saturday, 3-1.