Can they do it again? In some way, shape or form, this question will linger throughout the season. Who will step up on defense? Nate Schmidt was suspended 20 games and Shea Theodore remains unsigned. Who skates with Paul Stastny? Coach Gerard Gallant has options, including Erik Haula, Tomas Tatar and Alex Tuch. How will the bottom six forwards shake out? Ryan Carpenter and Oscar Lindberg are fighting for a spot on the third line. Will any rookies make the team. Cody Glass, Nick Suzuki, Erik Brannstrom and Nicolas Hague will get a long look in camp.
Two men, including a Nevada inmate, pleaded guilty Friday after they were accused of forging tax documents for a fake $25 million sale.
A Las Vegas attorney said she was one of at least five people with a Friday afternoon COVID-19 vaccination appointment at Cashman Center who arrived to find a shuttered facility.
Prospective Mount Charleston homebuyers seek getaways and full-time residences.
Climbers will need to secure free permits before they can attempt multiday climbs on El Cap, Half Dome, the Leaning Tower and other big climbs beginning May 21.
Fifty students from the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV celebrated their graduation Friday at the university’s Thomas & Mack Center.
Slocum is winning over her teammates with her preparation, pace and passing, and will look to impress some more Saturday in another scrimmage against the Sparks in Los Angeles.
Following Donald Cerrone’s fifth straight fight without a win, UFC president Dana White said in September that it was time to have a conversation with “Cowboy” about retiring.
Thursday marked the return of baseball to Las Vegas Ballpark following the Aviators cancelling their 2020 season, but the return to people in seats had some left with a bad impression.
The drop marked the first year-over-year loss ever recorded for the nation’s most populous state.
Louie Anderson is set for a pair of headlining shows to work out new material Saturday and Sunday.
The former CEO and president of sports betting company CG Technology sold his Sky Las Vegas penthouse for $4.35 million to mark the most expensive Strip high-rise sale so far in 2021 and the year has also set a Nevada record at The Cosmopolitan with the highest price per square foot ever paid for a condo.
The Las Vegas high-rise market, which slumped in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, has re-emerged in 2021 with one of it’s strongest first quarters ever, led in part by a surge in sales at the Trump International Hotel on the Strip. Even closings of $1 million and above had one of its strongest quarters ever.
During this COVID year, our Las Vegas communities have done good things for their residents. I have opened this column up to share those stories with my readers. We have this one for this week:
Pulte Homes, a top national homebuilder with a long history of homebuilding in the master-planned community of Summerlin, offers three neighborhoods in the community’s popular village of Stonebridge and its newest district of Redpoint in Summerlin West.
As the initial homes near completion at Thrive @ Providence, private local builder, Edward Homes Nevada, prepares to welcome its first homeowners. The final new home development to be built in the desirable master plan of Providence, Thrive town homes highlights one new homeowner, active-duty Airman, Jake Tucco.
A report released Thursday by Las Vegas Realtors shows local home prices have never been higher while the local housing supply has rarely, if ever, been lower.
Reflection Bay Golf Club was the only home course to be represented by three junior golf participants at the 2021 Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals, hosted by The Masters Tournament Foundation and PGA of America at Augusta National.