A prosecutor in the Philadelphia suburbs says authorities do not plan to file criminal charges in a high school football hazing case that led to the cancellation of the team’s season.
Magician says the expense and scrutiny that comes with exotic animals makes it easy to understand why he’s alone in a classic-Vegas tradition.
“King For A Day,” Pierce the Veil’s most popular song thus far, features a guest vocal appearance from Sleeping With Sirens singer Kellin Quinn, so it’s fitting that the two bands are currently ensconced on a co-headlining tour together.
What’s the opposite of deafening? I haven’t seen a trailer or a commercial for “The Pyramid.” I haven’t even seen a poster for it. And I spend a lot of time at the movies. But, hey, the studios had to release something this weekend, right?
“Meet Me in St. Louis,” an adaptation of the 1944 movie starring Judy Garland, is the Rainbow Company Youth Theatre’s holiday offering. The challenging show for the young cast is both fun and educational, the artistic director says.
Derrick Valentine was sentenced Friday to 30 years to life in prison for the rape and strangulation of 35-year-old Melodie Walker, an employee with the Metro Police Department.
MGM comedian Rodney Carrington just had “four things” burned off of his skin in Oklahoma, where his dermatologist said skin cancer is up 180 percent.
Former Hawaii and Southern Methodist coach June Jones will do a phone interview with UNLV on Monday for the football coaching job. The Maloof family backs Jones’ candidacy.
Scott Kellen vs. Ron Boyles in this week’s Friday Football Showdown.
Nearly 30 years ago, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association board was split 5-5 over whether the National Finals Rodeo should stay in Oklahoma City or move to a new home in Las Vegas. Then-PRCA President Shawn Davis voted Las Vegas — and has never looked back.