Resorts World Las Vegas activated its 100,000-square-foot LED screen on its west tower on Independence Day, showing a digital fireworks display. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A dozen Las Vegas residents held a small vigil Sunday for the 7-year-old California boy whose body was found in Mountain Springs last month.
The wildfire that first broke out Thursday west of Las Vegas is now 90 percent contained, with full containment expected by June 17, officials said Sunday.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and rival Deontay Wilder will conclude their trilogy this summer at T-Mobile Arena, Top Rank announced this weekend.
California’s governor and attorney general were enraged when a federal judge struck down the state’s assault weapon ban.
I do not understand why legislators on both sides of the aisle seem to be comfortable with excluding one-third of registered voters in the state.
On Flag Day, let’s celebrate the country’s unifying force.
It looks like Nevada’s elections will run next year based on laws passed in Carson City, not Washington, D.C. Good.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the country and world.
The Montreal Canadiens are 7-2 in the NHL playoffs since inserting former Wisconsin star Cole Caufield into the lineup. Their series against the Golden Knights begins Monday.
The Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo is named in honor of the former Wild West star, providing Black cowboys an opportunity to rope, ride and build lasting friendships.
A’ja Wilson scored 19 of her 28 points in the second half of a victory over the Dallas Wings on Sunday to power Las Vegas to its sixth win in seven games.
Golden Knights forward Max Pacioretty is a key figure in the series against the Montreal Canadiens, with the team he once captained standing between him and playing for the Stanley Cup.
After slowing down Kirill Kaprizov and Nathan MacKinnon in the NHL playoffs, the Golden Knights will face a different challenge against the Montreal Canadiens.
Bettors might have to turn to props instead of laying -500 on the Golden Knights to win the NHL semifinal series or -270 to take Game 1 against the Montreal Canadiens.
Defenseman Alex Pietrangelo, the Golden Knights’ $61.6 million free agent signing, has been the team’s best player during the NHL playoffs after a subpar regular season.