Nashville’s Zack Granite’s seventh-inning infield single drove in the winning run and send the Las Vegas Aviators to a 3-2 defeat Friday at First Tennessee Park in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dennis Rudner is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has had a diverse career with newspapers in Ohio, New Mexico, Oregon, Nebraska and Nevada. Prior to an eight-year stint as assistant sports editor at the RJ, he helped develop Indian gaming in New Mexico. He lives in Summerlin with his wife, two dogs, one cat and turtle. Dotting the “I” tops his bucket list.
A downtown Las Vegas restaurant has resurrected a Las Vegas favorite with the Golden Gate Original Shrimp Cocktail.
A 25-cent Wheel of Fortune slot machine paid a small fortune on Friday on the Las Vegas Strip.
North Las Vegas police on Wednesday arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with burlgary at a Walmart Supercenter.
Round Rock pounded out 24 hits, scored 13 times in the seventh inning and the Express cruised to a 26-11 win over the Aviators in front of 9,767 fans.
Grab a pair of binoculars, head outside and focus on Jupiter, which will be visible all night on Monday.
Las Vegas has more hotel rooms than any other city in the United States, yet the hospitality industry along the the city’s residents comes up smelling like a rose when it comes to bed bugs.
El Dorado Cantina will open a second location later this summer at Tivoli Village.
The 34-year-old now has won $2,382,583 and is only $138,117 away from Jennings’ all-time regular-play earnings mark.
Mexican newspapers have identified the people killed in Sunday’s crash of a plane that took off from Las Vegas bound for Monterrey.
Sophie Turner survived the Battle of Winterfell and the Night King and on Wednesday married her boyfriend singer Joe Jonas in Las Vegas.
A former Las Vegas Strip entertainer was injured Monday when he was bitten by a Bengal tiger in Valentine, Arizona.
The players are focused on playing, but Sharks coach Peter DeBoer says Vegas coach Gerard Gallant is doing a lot of chirping.
Dennis Edward Nesslin, 66, was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck shortly before 10 p.m. Wednesday, the Clark County coroner’s office said.