Six years ago, while giving a deposition in a New Jersey sports betting case, then-Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig spoke against ever placing a franchise in Las Vegas.
Betsy Helfand worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal between March 2016 and November 2018. She previously made stops at the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, Minnesota Daily and MLB.com in Minnesota. She was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs and graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in journalism.
The 51s announced the Legacy Walk at Las Vegas Ballpark on Thursday, a commemorative brick program where fans can purchase a personalized brick to be placed in the front entrance at the new stadium in Summerlin.
A group of officers from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department ran in honor of Alyn Beck and Charleston Hartfield.
Tommy Rivers Puzey and Hannah McInturff won the marathon while Kellyn Taylor and Wilkerson Given won the half marathon.
Tom Alig found a home at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission, and on Sunday, he will be one of seven runners to complete the mission’s training program and run in the Rock ’n’ Roll half marathon that starts on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Wright State seized an early lead and never trailed in a 68-52 win over the UNLV women’s basketball team Friday night at Cox Pavilion in the season opener for both teams.
Cindy Spiva and her son, Cormac Evans, will run in the Rock ‘n’ Roll half marathon.
More than 40,000 registered participants from 50 states and 86 countries will venture to Las Vegas to participate in marathon weekend as the Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon returns with a 5K, 10K, marathon and half marathon.
The Lady Rebels, who begin their season against Wright State at 6 p.m. Friday at Cox Pavilion, return four starters and are confident entering the season.
Lee Miksch and Ilan Ahdout will both travel to Las Vegas for the run.
When the Golden Knights hit the road for their Canadian road trip earlier this week, their home was quickly transformed from a hockey arena to a bull-riding arena.
Jenny Whitaker’s aggressive HER2 breast cancer did more than just attack her body.
The Oaklan Athletics have seven prospects at the Arizona Fall League.
The Lights (7-17-7) are still searching for their first win since Aug. 4.