Bill King died in 2005. While his voice has been silenced, his legacy as one of sports’ most versatile and professional radio play-by-play announcers remains vibrant.
Need a plug for your electric car? The University of Nevada, Reno is making it easier for electric-vehicle owners to charge up.
State gaming regulators granted preliminary approval Wednesday for the sale of John Ascuaga’s Nugget in Sparks to a private investment group.
Pinnacle completed its $2.8 billion purchase of Ameristar Casinos in late August and the casinos purchased from the acquired entity skewed third-quarter earnings.
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North Las Vegas City Council members on Wednesday quietly and unanimously adopted a ban on Sunday new car sales, which will affect exactly zero city car dealerships.
Ryan Riess, a 23-year-old professional poker player from Las Vegas, declared himself the favorite in the days leading up to the final table of the 44th annual No-limit Texas Hold ’em World Championship. He then backed up his bravado by defeating Jay Farber in a heads-up tussle that lasted 91 hands and almost four hours.