It has been a while since the Raiders have been good defensively, and now they have to deal with Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes for years to come.
Las Vegas sportsbooks have generally shortened the futures odds of long shots and lengthened the odds of favorites because of the small sample size of 60 games.
As bubbles form and teams return to play amid the coronavirus, the experience for those watching and cheering could change forever.
Las Vegas’ pursuit of a Major League Soccer franchise continues despite COVID-19.
That would be crazy talk in any year but 2020, but this year, when the Breeders’ Cup will follow hard on the heels of the Derby and the Preakness Stakes, it makes some sense.
Las Vegas champion to reach career milestone at Brickyard 400, tops active NASCAR drivers in Cup Series starts.
Las Vegas reportedly won’t be a hub city when the NHL returns to play and, given its recent surge of COVID-19 cases, had no business being considered at this point.
Flies have been made from a wide variety of materials, ranging from feathers to foam, mylar strips to peacock herl, hair to metal beads and chenille to rabbit fur.
Team owner Brett Lashbrook introduced a new manager in Frank Yallop on Monday, a fourth person who will hold the title in the team’s three years of existence.
Terry Cottle recently stepped aside from his position at College of Southern Nevada following three decades as an coach and administrator on the local college scene.
During the past decade or so, kayak fishing has become one of the fastest growing segments of the recreational fishing world.
Professional sports bettor Rufus Peabody, Westgate golf oddsmaker Jeff Sherman and VSiN host Brady Kannon recommend betting more on matchups than futures.
Bubba Wallace, NASCAR’s only African American driver, once felt welcome at every track on the circuit. That changed in the most despicable way Sunday in Alabama when a noose was discovered in his garage.
In podcast, Robert Sarver broached the subject of bringing an NBA team here with then-commissioner David Stern in 2004, but was steered toward buying Phoenix franchise.
It continues to develop as the years go by. Larry Hanson, of Henderson, began working on his big fish story when he purchased his first boat in 1997.