Doug Ghim is just one of a few dozen PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, PGA Tour Champions, Symetra LPGA Tour and LPGA Tour players who have strong ties to Las Vegas.
Pacific Coast League playoff berth is cherry on top of record-breaking attendance season at new Las Vegas Ballpark.
Since retiring as UNLV athletic director, Jim Livengood has been working tirelessly to bring NCAA championship events to Las Vegas.
Del Mar and Saratoga are closing their doors on Labor Day, but two other horse racing success stories are stepping into the spotlight to lift our spirits.
Historically, a wet monsoonal weather front passes through Southern Nevada every year in the days leading up to the dove opener. But that didn’t happen this year.
Numbers rarely lie and those of the junior quarterback Armani Rogers suggest bowl eligibility for the Rebels in 2019 will be directly linked to whether or not he has grown into a more accurate passer.
If the 2018 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open was a UFC bout, it would have earned fight of the night.
Chicago’s return not listed on official Cactus League schedule but will be added at later date, according to Aviators president Don Logan.
A rainstorm, gathering darkness and lack of lighting resulted in an unreadable finish line photo. What happened after that is known only to the NYRA stewards.
A 1988 baseball card of former Las Vegas Stars pitcher Keith Comstock taken at Cashman Field was called “the funniest baseball card ever made” by ESPN Wednesday.
Even though Nevada’s big game hunting seasons already have begun, it’s opening day of the annual mourning dove season that has long been viewed by hunters as the “official” beginning of the hunting season.
Cle Edwards died Saturday of kidney and heart failure. He was 71. He never left Las Vegas after becoming one of Jerry Tarkanian’s trusted assistants.
It’s that time of year when many golf courses undergo the dreaded overseeding process. It’s expensive for course owners and a major inconvenience for golfers.
The Aviators and the Pacific Coast League held a news conference Monday to announce that Las Vegas Ballpark will host the 2020 Triple-A National Championship Game.
There was a good reason Jerry Royster wore a helmet during fisticuffs between the Braves and Padres: Each time a fight broke out, he was in the on-deck circle.