Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant (1)
One look Golden Knights coach Pete DeBoer has yet to explore in an effort to find goals is moving left wing Jonathan Marchessault to the top line.
California won’t lift its mask requirement until June to give the public and businesses time to prepare and ensure cases stay low, the state health director said Monday.
Lawmakers launched the final two weeks of the legislative session Monday with final chamber votes on scores of bills, including measures that raise the legal age for tobacco use, decriminalize jaywalking and garnish casino winnings from people who owe child support.
Industry watchers say this upcoming Memorial Day weekend could be the kick-start to a strong summer of tourism in Las Vegas.
The Westgate sportsbook has posted point spreads and totals on all 272 games in the NFL’s first 17-game, 18-week regular season.
Henderson police and fire crews responded Monday afternoon to reports of a possible drowning at Lake Las Vegas, police said in an emailed statement.
A man was critically injured and a dog has died after a motorized bicycle crash in east Las Vegas early Monday, police said.
The jackpots were two of several hit in the Las Vegas Valley.
A member of the Nevada State Democratic Party’s newly elected progressive leadership has resigned his position after the state party’s chairwoman published a statement Friday critical of Israel.
The topless bar is among the outreach locations offered this week for Nevada residents 12 and older to get a COVID-19 vaccination.
Plum is among a group of WNBA players set to represent USA Basketball next week in three-on-three competition at the Olympic qualifying tournament in Graz, Austria. She’ll play against the Storm on Tuesday, but could miss six games afterward.
In February, Ruben Solis had a cancerous tumor in his throat that swelled to the size of a football. Three months later, the tumor and swelling have shrunk to the size of a large marble.
The “Aces of Comedy” series at Mirage Theater seems a bottomless well of funny.
Kenny Mayne, a former UNLV quarterback, will soon end his 27-year run at ESPN. He wrote about the departure in the Los Angeles Times.
Travel delays are expected this week on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip as crews begin to wrap up a nearly year-and-half long project on the north end of the boulevard.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation will require all new, regular Unemployment Insurance filers to verify their identity through a third-party vendor.