The Desert Oasis sophomore Dajaah Lightfoot hit 2 of 4 free throws in the closing seconds of overtime, at one point rebounding her own miss with her teammates all 40 feet from the basket, and lifted the Diamondbacks to a 55-54 win at Arbor View in a battle for second place in the Northwest League.
While the winning quarterback went to Disneyland, the loser was tossed in a dumpster. Cam Newton will find out how difficult it is to bounce back from a Super Bowl defeat, especially after he was trashed by critics for immature antics.
Numerous people have worked Jessie Vargas’ corner over the years. And always lurking but never entering the ring with him has been Dewey Cooper. Until now.
We are 85 days from the Kentucky Derby. While it seems the feats of Triple Crown champ American Pharoah just happened a day ago, there is a new, talented crop of 3-year-olds ready to take over.
NASCAR is looking more like the NFL every day. First it added playoffs, and penalties for unnecessary roughness. Now it has announced a franchise system patterned after those in football and the other stick-and-ball sports.
Less than a year after breaking ground for a $6 million Fisher House where families of wounded warriors can stay while their loved ones recover, officials for the foundation and the nonprofit Nevada Military Support Alliance opened the 2-story building at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center campus on Thursday.
Couples argue and end up going their separate ways for many different reasons. But money is one of the most common sources of friction. More than one-third of adults who have relationship stress said finances are the primary cause, more so than annoying habits.
A motorcyclist was critically injured Thursday night after a crash on the southbound U.S. Highway 95-Interstate 15 interchange, Nevada Highway Patrol officials said.
Zaahid Muhammad scored 19 points Thursday to lead Canyon Springs’ boys basketball team to a 60-55 home win over Las Vegas.
Liliana Cadacio completed 14 of 16 passes for 136 yards and four touchdowns Thursday as Cheyenne’s flag football team secured the Division I-A Sunset League title with a 38-15 win over visiting Sierra Vista.