The Las Vegas Lights react to their 4-1 win against the Seattle Sounders 2.
After their summer on “Hard Knocks” and their opening-night victory over Denver, the Raiders were one of the darling teams of the league. Everybody talked them up.
Media reports say a driver is in custody after an SUV was seen driving through a mall in a Chicago-area mall on Friday.
Western Governors University has appointed Annalisa Holcombe as president of WGU Advancement, effective Sept. 16.
Officials say a tour bus has crashed near a national park in southern Utah, killing at least four people.
The Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan, along with its affordable price point, to open at the Palms on Sept. 29.
Nike has cut ties with Antonio Brown, and New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is through answering questions about his embattled receiver.
An arrest report describes the “deplorable conditions” that Las Vegas police found at an unlicensed group home while issuing a search warrant on Sept. 12.
You could fill a catalog with people and companies looking to make a buck off the Storm Area 51 movement. Reno residents Chris Reid and Justin Wainscott wouldn’t be in it.
The actress known as “Bridget the Midget,” was booked Wednesday under her legal name, Cheryl Marie Murphy, in connection with a domestic disturbance early that morning.
Two fires that became fiery death traps for a combined 70 souls, are two of the worst disasters in modern California history. Each has brought a search for blame.