Full house or no house at all, Raiders owner Mark Davis says, pushing back Allegiant Stadium’s big reveal to 2021.
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The outfield swimming pool sits quiet amid the coronavirus pandemic, but memories of the team’s division title to cap the first season at Las Vegas Ballpark still resonate.
Former champions from Las Vegas went winless during 2020 regular season, hoping to turn things around in postseason opener.
NASCAR racer, Georgetown’s Hall of Fame basketball coach formed an unusual bond that lasted a lifetime.
In addition to winning championships, Arizona’s Lute Olson made those who played for him better coaches and people and never used swear words.
When it comes to return on investment, it would be hard to argue with the performance of Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas’ home for sports and entertainment for nearly 50 years.
Former goalie Robert Leclerc has lived in the same cities as 24 Stanley Cup champions, seeking to make it 25 with Golden Knights.
Sam Schmidt says virus-delayed Indianapolis 500 won’t be the same without the usual 300,000 spectators, but that a race without fans is better than no race at all.
The Golden Knights play their best game of the series, but the Chicago Blackhawks survive to play another day thanks to acrobatic goalie Corey Crawford.
Chicago star center held to one shot as Golden Knights take commanding 3-0 edge in first-round playoff series.
No reason was given for the dismissal of the popular trainer who was loyal to UNLV for nearly four decades.
“Vegas Dave” Oancea is confident his singular Mike Trout baseball card will break the record $3.12 million paid for a Honus Wagner tobacco card.
Were this any other hockey season, Pete DeBoer might be talking about not getting comfortable with a 2-0 series edge with a change of scenery. But this is not any other hockey season.
The 5 Tournament featuring former NBA players and created by the virus pandemic survives two weeks in a Las Vegas bubble without major health issues.
Raiders president Marc Badain says international soccer still figures in the 65,000-seat stadium’s future.