The Pro Bull Riders World Finals, which has been held in Las Vegas since 1994, will move to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, for this year’s event.
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.
Allegiant Stadium will not host the the Pac-12 Conference football championship game on Dec. 4, the league announced Friday.
Sports return tomorrow with the delayed opening day of Major League Baseball, and the Review-Journal made a few changes to Page 2C that will make the page more fan friendly.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal this week released a new version of its Vegas Nation mobile app that’s faster, easier to use and provides access to more Raiders and NFL content.
The Chicago State University men’s and women’s basketball teams are considering not traveling to Las Vegas next week for the Western Athletic Conference tournament.
As I looked at the images coming from tornado damage in Nashville, I can’t help but remember what it was like living in that city and dealing with its weather.
The RJ was honored as having one of the country’s best sports sections, winning three section awards and two individual honors in The Associated Press Sports Editors contest.
If you’re looking for an omen for next month’s Super Bowl, look no further than the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas.
David Schoen, the Review-Journal’s Golden Knights beat reporter, has been named the Nevada Sportswriter of the Year, the National Sports Media Association announced Monday.
Five of the last six offensive coordinators at Oregon left that position to become a head coach.
Everybody wants to hug Roger Goodell. That is, everybody at the NFL Draft.