This weekend’s NFL games on broadcast/cable in the Las Vegas market.
Bill Bradley came to the Review-Journal in September 2015 from NFL Media, where he produced the league's health and safety website for three years. It was part of his foray into digital journalism that saw him previously create four websites, including one that used student journalists to cover a Division I college. He previously worked as the sports editor of the Sacramento Bee and the Nashville Tennessean for five years each. Before that, he was deputy sports editor at the Arizona Republic for five years.
Don Banks’ memorial service was held Saturday at EMC Club at Fenway Park, home of his beloved Red Sox, his face shown on video screens around the stadium.
The high schools page has an improved look and has been retooled to emphasize what site visitors have shown they care about most: scores, schedules and rosters.
The Review-Journal’s Heidi Fang and Adam Hill and former Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt discuss episode two of the Raiders on “Hard Knocks.”
The first episode of the Raiders on HBO’S Hard Knocks is in the book and the Review-Journal’s Vegas Nation podcast addresses it in a special edition.
The league’s premier showcase for young players opens Friday at the Thomas Mack Center and Cox Pavilion with a makeover in length, schedule, format and technology.
Digital tickets will be required Thursday when the Golden Knights will hold their first joint scrimmage of development camp at 4 p.m. Thursday at City National Arena.
Here’s what you need to know about Las Vegas native Scott Piercy, who is among the leaders at the U.S. Open after the morning groups finished play Thursday.
What cities and groups will be Las Vegas’ competition? Are some cities more of a sure thing than others? The answers can be broken to near certainties, contenders and pretenders.
The Rebels will host Army on Oct. 19, 2024, in the new Raiders Stadium, and they visit the Black Knights on Oct. 7, 2028.
The Lights are coming off a 0-0 draw Monday at the LA Galaxy II.
MLS commissioner Don Garber said Las Vegas was a candidate for the league’s 30th team, but all indications are the city’s hope for a first division soccer team are slim.
The FC Lights will play host to a second-round match in the U.S. Open Cup, the United Soccer League team announced Wednesday.