It hasn’t been the best of starts to a second season for Vegas, now 3-4 after beating Buffalo on Tuesday and yet missing key names all over the ice.
Aiyana Evans tallied 17 assists and three aces for Liberty’s girls volleyball team Tuesday, and Alana Chun notched 17 digs as the host Patriots outlasted Spring Valley, 25-21, 20-25, 25-23, 23-25, 15-7.
William Karlsson had three points, including his first goal of the season, and Jonathan Marchessault added two goals in the Golden Knights’ 4-1 victory over Buffalo on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena.
UNLV’s Olle Thestrup won twice Tuesday to advance to the round of 16 of the ITA Mountain Region Men’s Championships at Darling Tennis Center.
When former California Congresswoman Mary Bono took over as the interim president for USA Gymnastics last week, she pointed to the opportunity to “reconnect” with a sport she loved growing up. The connection lasted all of four days.
Centennial junior guard Jade Thomas will play college basketball at UNLV, she announced Monday via Twitter.
Voting pro-school choice candidates into office is the first step to strengthening the Nevada’s public education system, state Sen. Michael Roberson said Tuesday night during a school-choice rally.
Las Vegas High scored twice in the final 10 minutes on Tuesday to pull out a 5-4 boys soccer victory over host Palo Verde.
The theater at Tropicana Las Vegas is throwing open the doors to “Legends In Concert,” a 35-year survivor and currently the longest-running show on the Strip.
If everything Question 6 supporters say is true, there’s no need to vote for it. Question 6 is a constitutional amendment that would require that Nevada get 50 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2030. Nevada’s current renewable portfolio standard is 25 percent by 2025. As a constitutional amendment, voters would need to approve it in 2018 and 2020.