For the second consecutive year, Knights forward James Neal was a runner-up to the Stanley Cup champion.
When the possibility arises for a team to cop the Stanley Cup in fewer than seven games, it is thought to be rude and impudent to put it on display in front of the other team and its fans.
Assemblyman Keith Pickard is “exploiting community members” for political gain. Gun control won’t prevent mass shootings, and the key to improving education is keeping great teachers in the classroom. That’s all according to Byron Brooks, who’s running for the Republican nomination for Senate District 20.
If you think the Clark County School District cares about public input, its recently released draft transgender regulations will correct that misconception.
Lars Eller scored with 7:37 to play as the Washington Capitals finished off the Golden Knights with a 4-3 victory to claim the Stanley Cup on Thursday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz talks about the Lights FC’s win over Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC on June 2 and the team’s recent roster moves.
More and more women around the country are running for office — and winning. They have been spurred into action for myriad reasons, including resistance to the presidential administration, the “Me Too” movement, and frustration with the status quo.
First Health Career Exploration Camp at the College of Southern Nevada aims to help high school students find a medical field that’s a good fit.
When he announced he would be reducing his NASCAR schedule last year, Brendan Gaughan didn’t think it would result in him having less free time on his hands.
The husband and business partner of designer Kate Spade, who died in an apparent suicide, said she suffered from depression and anxiety for many years.