Raiders tight end Darren Waller is celebrating three years of sobriety as he enters a new chapter of his life with his team in Las Vegas.
The usual suspects fawn over the deal.
The permitting process is broken. I would like to see us transition to renewables but, at the same time, we have to live in the real world.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
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Warner Bros. Discovery Sports used a perfect setting and a veteran crew to deliver a solid product to hockey fans in the network’s Stanley Cup Final debut.
Opposing teams have repeatedly tried to bait Nicolas Hague into fighting this postseason, but the Golden Knights defenseman is retaliating by laughing at them.
“We’ve been there the first time. It didn’t work out … We’re a little bit more humble in the situation now,” said Jonathan Marchessault, an original member of the Golden Knights.
Robert Barconia Jr., 32, was killed on Feb. 28, 2022, while picking up his girlfriend from work.
Carrie Underwood has been a Guns N’ Roses fan all her life. Now she’s sharing the stage with Axl Rose.
Golden Knights defenseman Shea Theodore scored his first goal of the playoffs in a win over the Florida Panthers on Saturday in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.
A continuously updated list of bills from the 2023 Legislature vetoed by Gov. Joe Lombardo.
A fourth quarter comeback on the road helps Aces remain unbeaten.
Durango’s Taj Degourville announced his college commitment to San Diego State on Sunday. He chose the Aztecs over UNLV, Oklahoma and Southern California.
The Nevada Assembly amended an education bill sought by Gov. Joe Lombardo on Sunday night, a sign that a deal to close the 2023 session may have been struck.
A 32-year-old Las Vegas man was killed after a crash in the northwest valley.
Competitors from around the world competed for burlesque’s top title in the Tournament of Tease.
The Nevada Supreme Court recently ruled that another law enforcement agency violated state law when it failed to provide records tied to an investigation into an officer.
A noticeable spattering of red was seen Saturday throughout T-Mobile Arena.
There are no laws in Nevada Revised Statutes 116 that would prohibit door signs. Door sign restrictions are usually found in an association’s architectural guidelines where signs must be approved by the Architectural Committee before displaying them.
The Nevada State Contractors Board also sees a significant number of complaints being filed when work performed by unlicensed contractors leaves homeowners with poor workmanship, incomplete projects or no work performed at all.