The Golden Aces hold tryouts for the 2019-2020 season for the Golden Knights.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Undisputed super middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez defended his crown Saturday at T-Mobile Arena, cruising to victory over 154-pound king Jermell Charlo.
Erickson Lubin was outlanded by Jesus Ramos Jr., but the judges awarded him a unanimous decision Saturday at T-Mobile Arena.
She helped trigger massive inflation and high gasoline prices.
This is a problem for all Southern Nevadans
Supporters claim the stadium will generate new revenue for schools. But educators aren’t falling for it — and neither should the public.
To secure Republican voter support and win the general election, candidates must articulate broader evidence-based policies to solve complex criminal justice issues.
Ukraine risks now becoming a new — and different — proxy war altogether.
The Biden re-election campaign needed a spark.
The biggest winners in the Nevada Republican presidential selection process are Nevada Democrats.
Rarely does a single incident so fully encapsulate the decline of so many foundational societal institutions.
Police said they received reports of a shooting in the 4100 block of North Studio Street around 10:25 p.m.
The reigning champions took care of business to secure their WNBA Finals berth and now await the winner between the No. 2-seeded Liberty and No. 3 Sun.
Francisco Jimenez, 27, allegedly ran a red light at Bruce and Fremont streets last week.
Threat of government shutdown ends as Congress passes a temporary funding plan and sends it to Biden
With Formula One’s Las Vegas Grand Prix scheduled for the same weekend as the Nevada high school football state championship games, several games have been moved.
The former Nevada Athletic Commission chairman and National Hall of Fame boxing judge presided over 755 professional bouts, including 20 world title fights.
The Raiders and Chargers meet Sunday in a battle of teams with coaches who were widely criticized for late-game decisions last week, but one of them got it right.
Spinetti’s warehouse and store at 810 S. Commerce St. downtown is home to about 7 million chips, 300,000 decks of cards and 20,000 pairs of craps dice.