Eight new faces — many of them known for their ability at the defensive end — highlight UNLV’s basketball roster under second-year coach Kevin Kruger.
It’s not just a coincidence that three days before a crucial vote in Oakland news broke that MLB would not charge the A’s a relocation fee if they moved to Las Vegas.
Golden Knights owner Bill Foley is amazed at how much youth hockey has grown in Southern Nevada since 2017 under the guidance of his NHL franchise.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Hugh McElhenny, a member of the San Francisco 49ers’ Million Dollar Backfield, was a 20-year resident of Henderson. He died June 17 at age 93.
Caesars Sportsbook has made 10 regular-season win total head-to-head matchups between NFL and college football teams. Southern California has drawn the most money.
Hall of Fame fighter Christy Martin, widely credited for legitimizing women’s boxing, survived a murder attempt by her ex-husband in 2010.
There is a pathway from youth to high school and high school to college and college to professional for women athletes — one built by Title IX.
Former Bonanza High School star Kris Bryant found himself at Las Vegas Ballpark on Tuesday for another rehab assignment after injuring his lower back April 29.
Former Bishop Gorman High School running back DeMarco Murray looks fit enough to launch a comeback, but he’s content as an assistant coach for the Oklahoma Sooners.
Bruce Cassidy, introduced as the Golden Knights’ coach Thursday, is known for telling players exactly what he thinks about their performance and how it can improve.
Jeff Stoneback retired as MGM Resorts director of trading in Nevada after 36 years with the company at the Circus Circus, Excalibur, Mirage and Mandalay Bay sportsbooks.
The Golden Knights landed one of the top coaching candidates on the market in Bruce Cassidy, who led the Boston Bruins to the Stanley Cup Final in 2019.
Former NASCAR driver Brendan Gaughan of Las Vegas was honored Thursday during the West Coast Stock Car/Motorsports Hall of Fame ceremony.
The Raiders didn’t pick up the fifth-year option on safety Johnathan Abram, a first-round draft pick in 2019 who has struggled with performance and injuries.
This year’s Triple Crown has more closely resembled a revolving door than a series of horse races aimed at determining the best 3-year-old over a classic distance.