Victor Joecks talks to Thom Reilly about Len Jessup leaving UNLV and other topics about the school.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Left wing Paul Cotter might make the Golden Knights’ opening-night roster. He might not. But he’s doing everything in his power to give himself a chance.
Grading reform is working exactly as we predicted. Students know less, but they’re receiving higher grades.
Lawmakers express interest.
We need to copy Los Angeles.
Particularly when it comes ballot harvesting.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky implied on “NFL Live” that Raiders quarterback Derek Carr might be going out of his way to not target Davante Adams to get others involved.
Keven Galan died Sunday morning, almost two months after the Aug. 2 crash on East Washington Avenue west of North Pecos Road.
Miguel Pina-Rodriguez scored two goals and assisted on another to lead Cimarron-Memorial to a boys soccer victory Wednesday over visiting Las Vegas.
Officials have identified the man shot dead Monday by a Henderson police officer. The officer also has been identified.
There have been plenty of laughs this week about the Miami Dolphins’ disastrous punt Sunday, but the moment wasn’t as frivolous for Raiders punter A.J. Cole.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo now says he would not repeal Gov. Steve Sisolak’s executive order protecting abortions for out-of-state patients, although he previously said he would.
Coolio, the rapper who was among hip-hop’s biggest names of the 1990s with hits including “Gangsta’s Paradise” and “Fantastic Voyage,” has died.
On Wednesday afternoon the After School All Stars Las Vegas announced the expansion of their program with a nearly $5 million dollar grant from the Clark County School District.
After declining for 10 straight weeks, COVID-19 hospitalizations plateaued in Clark County this week and increased slightly statewide.
Rob Gronkowski, in Vegas this week, has ended his NFL career. However, “I’ve been actually playing a lot of basketball, and that’s actually taking my cardio to a whole new level.”
The Raiders are 0-3, but nobody can question the play of wide receiver Mack Hollins, who leads the team with 240 receiving yards and is averaging 17.1 yards per catch.