Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and her husband and former Mayor Oscar Goodman were at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign on Wednesday to meet with tourists to promote International Random Acts of Kindness Week, which runs Feb. 10-16.
The Canyon Springs boys basketball team has at least three players capable of taking over a game on offense.
Eric Paul Montoya shouldn’t be dead. His accused killer, Raul “Sparks” Gonzalez, should have been in jail when the father of four was shot to death in his Las Vegas home on Jan. 14.
Jayveon Brown scored 29 points Wednesday as Eldorado’s boys basketball team ended a four-game losing streak and clinched the Southeast League’s final playoff berth with a 57-53 win at Liberty.
Jazmin Chavez scored eight points, and Brittany Romo added seven points during a fourth-quarter run that lifted Durango’s girls basketball team to a 52-45 home win over Palo Verde on Wednesday.
The Nevada Commission on Ethics unanimously reached a settlement Wednesday with four Clark County School Board members and two former School Board members agreeing that each board member broke state law by spending taxpayer resources on campaigning. But they will receive no punishment.
Zshalyn Canfield tossed four touchdown passes and ran for a score Wednesday to lead Centennial’s flag football team to a 35-0 win over host Bonanza.
Las Vegas High School’s girls bowling didn’t win the Division I state championship two weeks ago.
Nevada posted one of the highest foreclosure rates in the nation in January even as default activity declined across the state, according to a Wednesday report from California research firm RealtyTrac.
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