In honor of Presidents Day, Las Vegas Lights FC announced Monday that fans sharing the last name of any United States president can attend the Lights’ match against the Colorado Rapids for free.
Elaine Emerson worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal from July 2016 to February 2019. She was a co-anchor of a sports news show that was named the top college sports show in the U.S. Emerson, a Boise, Idaho native, graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in sports broadcasting.
The Las Vegas Ballpark and Aviators baseball team are hiring for the upcoming season.
Las Vegas-Clark County Library District is celebrating National Library Lovers’ Month with a new Golden Knights library card in partnership with the team.
Here’s a look at the Super Bowl viewing parties across the Las Vegas Valley, broken down by region.
After a television show segment aired critical comments about the Raiders and coach Jon Gruden, quarterback Derek Carr took to Twitter to express frustration and sarcastically challenge the anchors to a UFC-style fight.
Football fans around the country will be rooting for an overtime finish in the upcoming Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, but not necessarily because they want an exciting game or even care that much about the Los Angeles Rams or the New England Patriots.
Las Vegas 51s president Don Logan became the first three-time winner of the award in the Pacific Coast League, voted on annually by the league’s 16 clubs.
The Howard Hughes Corporation announced Tuesday that they will unveil the new name and logo for the Oakland A’s Triple-A affiliate on Saturday, December 8.
Nevada Preps’ weekly high school football show will stream live after the state title game featuring Bishop Gorman and Bishop Manogue this Saturday.
Bleacher Report Live showed the golf showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for free after a technical glitch.
There’s no need to shell out $20 for “The Match” if you’re living in Las Vegas.
Did anyone tell the Nashville Predators that it doesn’t pay to finish third?
The Golden Knights will open their 2018-19 season at home Thursday against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Two famous Golden Knights pups will be hosting a puppy party to help benefit the Animal Foundation next week.