The Vegas Golden Knights remain on top of the Pacific Division after the team pulled through with a 5-4 win over the Philadelphia Flyers. Jon Merrill scored his first goal of the season and Max Pacioretty scored twice in the victory. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders have signed veteran tight end O.J. Howard. The former first-round pick has played six seasons in the NFL, including last season with the Houston Texans.
UNLV lost its second player in two days, as sophomore guard Keshon Gilbert is entering the transfer portal. He started 29 games and averaged 11.4 points this season.
Slated to take place June 15-18, the multi-day, multi-match event will feature the semifinals of the series, the third place and championship games.
The win was one of several that hit at casinos across the Las Vegas Valley over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
The shoeshining business has been hurt not only by the pandemic, but also by the growing popularity of more casual footwear.
Prosecutors have not said when their work might conclude or when charges could come.
The job cuts will hit profitable areas for the company including its cloud computing unit AWS and its burgeoning advertising business.
Here are the latest tidbits from our Las Vegas restaurant reconnaissance.
Zai on East Fremont Street is a project of longtime Vegas chef Noé Alcalá, who opened the original in Mexico.
Morning clouds and winds to 32 mph are expected Monday before a strong rain risk Tuesday with up to 18 inches of snow in the mountains.
Motorists looking to access the Las Vegas Strip from Interstate 15 are about to get a new option. Or, at least a partial one.
Metro’s 31st annual K-9 Trials brought out an estimated 4,600 people to the equestrian arena at South Point. In addition to Kimura’s toughest dog win, Metro also earned’s top agency award
After bettors won big on Fairleigh Dickinson’s upset of No. 1-seeded Purdue in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, they were dealt a dose of March sadness Sunday.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
As record rainfall, flooding and blizzards hit California, the drought continues because 95 percent of the rainwater flows into the ocean.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
Hard-working people are struggling with rents, utilities, job loss and health insurance. Hard-core criminals in prison contribute nothing to our economy or society.
The erosion of parental rights by state legislators is tantamount to coercion and meddling with constitutional liberties and freedoms.
Las Vegas children go hungry as some of Southern Nevada’s highest paid public employees receive up to $700 a month as a car allowance.
The disdain law students and their administrators show the First Amendment should be a major societal concern.