The Golden Knights look ahead toward their next game after suffering a 7-3 loss against the Colorado Avalanche.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Too many kids are content to sit alone in their rooms endlessly texting each other or consuming TikTok.
Las Vegas area businesses are nickel-and-diming everyone to death.
The dangers of being alone and unarmed in Death Valley.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
Expanding Nevada’s prevailing wage laws is a bad idea. There’s no evidence that prevailing wage laws are a safeguard against shoddy contractors.
Our nation mourns again as a shooting takes the lives of three 9-year-olds and three adults at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville.
The new Las Vegas resident marked the latest addition to his local portfolio Monday with a launch party for the latest Wahlburgers.
Las Vegas native Trey Woodbury, who starred at Clark High School, will end his career with Utah Valley at Orleans Arena when the Wolverines play UAB on Tuesday in the NIT.
Testimony continued Monday in the manslaughter case against the owner of the former Alpine Motel Apartments.
Gov. Joe Lombardo’s executive order on energy policy will be focused on a diverse energy portfolio that includes natural gas.
A new clue has surfaced in the case of a Vietnam veteran who went missing nearly two years ago in Death Valley National Park.
Chad Beeten resigned in February after he made complaints to the school about what he saw as its racial mistreatment of his basketball players, according to a letter he wrote school officials.
As the Oakland A’s mull a move to Las Vegas, they have the lowest season win total at the Westgate SuperBook at 59 and are the +150 favorites to finish with the fewest wins.
A sign at the parking garage did not indicate rates, but said different rates could prevail on weekdays and weekends in the upper levels of the parking garage.
It’s the latest effort to rid Southern Nevada streets of would-be stunt drivers and their so-called street takeovers, police say.
Mark Wahlberg’s ‘Hollywood 2.0’ plan for Vegas is moving forward.
Much of the hotel tower is enclosed, and the resort’s agave plant logo, spanning 18 feet tall and 42 feet wide, is installed at the top of the building.
For a Mountain West that has 11 members for basketball and 12 for football, including UNLV, how it reacts to a sudden defection could shape the league for its foreseeable future.
As UNLV football clears the halfway point of its spring practices, new coach Barry Odom is using every element of practice to find his starters and create quality depth.