I-15 lane restrictions on the way
The Raiders open their three-day minicamp on Tuesday, and Josh McDaniels will talk to the media ahead of practice.
Saturday’s game from T-Mobile Arena attracted 2.8 million viewers on cable.
Tyler Brown of Northbrook, Illinois, won the WSOP’s Mystery Millions bounty event for $1 million thanks in large part to a courageous call with ace high.
From a funfetti shake to cocktails to a Pride brunch, here are some different ways to taste the rainbow.
As part of the deal, the sides are dropping all lawsuits involving LIV Golf against each other effective immediately.
PowerSoul Cafe, a gluten-free fast-food chain with AI-powered drive-thrus, is among the newcomers.
You might already know that the “B” on the aptly named “B” mountain in Henderson stands for Basic High School, but what does the little “Q” beneath it stand for?
Alan Ramirez-Rivas is facing two counts of trafficking a controlled substance and two counts of possessing a controlled substance with intent to sell, according to a Metropolitan Police Department arrest report.
CEO Craig Billings is extended to 2027 and will get a salary increase to $2 million, while CFO Julie Cameron-Doe is extended to 2026 and will get $950K.
Las Vegas has become a hotbed of football talent. Several past stars have already found success in the NFL. Here are the Review-Journal’s top five NFL players from Las Vegas.
CBS Miami reporter Samantha Rivera was briefly but rudely interrupted by a Knights fan during a report after the game ended at T-Mobile Arena.
A May 20 crash in Nye County claimed the lives of three people, including a 10-year-old girl.
The bill would have earmarked up to $380 million in public funds for the construction of the A’s $1.5 billion Strip ballpark on the site of the Tropicana.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Golden Knights fans, who never have forgiven the team for trading beloved goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, have warmed up to Adin Hill, who has been stellar in the NHL playoffs.
Florida Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky was pulled 7:10 into the second period of Monday’s loss to the Golden Knights after giving up four goals on 13 shots.
Florida Panthers star goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky has allowed eight goals on 46 shots in the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final against the Golden Knights.
Where is someone who wants objectivity to turn?
What the heck: Let’s play ball!
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.