Because it’s a national park, designed and protected for public use, the general perception is that visiting Yosemite is cheap. If you’re not careful, fees can add up, and the unexpected expenses can get you.
Jesus “Chuy” Gutierrez, the undefeated lightweight from Las Vegas, fights for the title he lost two years ago when he meets WBC United States champion Demond Brock on Friday at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.
With three hits and four RBIs, Thursday marked Sean Gilmartin’s best day at the plate this season. He used that offensive performance to help cover up what wasn’t his best day on the mound in the Las Vegas 51s’ 17-7 victory at the Albuquerque Isotopes.
Dubbed Integrate 2, the project to merge financial services for the state’s colleges and universities will take at least another year to complete, project leaders and consultants told the state’s higher education board on Thursday.
After all the uncertainty surrounding the No. 1 pick, the Philadelphia Phillies think they’ve got themselves a sure thing.
Stephen Curry’s disappearing act is the biggest mystery of the NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors suddenly have reason to worry after being blown out in Game 3 on Wednesday at Cleveland.
Inbee Park could finally crack a smile, even if she was five shots behind leader Brooke Henderson.
Testifying to Hillary Clinton’s grit and experience, President Barack Obama endorsed his former secretary of state’s bid to succeed him on Thursday and urged Democrats to line up behind her.
Marc Ratner, the former executive director of the Nevada Athletic Commission who lives in Las Vegas, will enter the International Boxing Hall of Fame as a nonparticipant Sunday in Canastota, New York.
On Thursday, a federal appeals court in California ruled that Americans do not have a constitutional right to carry concealed weapons in public. Here’s what some current and former Nevada elected officials had to say about the 9th Circuit’s decision: