The virus has flipped a switch, where cleaning has become an obsession, even more so than experts suggest is necessary.
Ed Graney is a sports columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, covering a variety of topics and the Las Vegas sports scene.
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Few college basketball recollections compare to UNLV-Duke in 1990 and ’91.
Here are some of the shining moments that stood out to this columnist over two-plus decades of covering the Final Four.
Many of our routine exercise patterns have been altered as we wait out the coronavirus, meaning the happiest of all creatures might be man’s best friend.
The team has for a few seasons under Jon Gruden preached a desire to sign and draft players of high character.
Connor Fields is the Green Valley High alumnus whose gold-medal triumph in Rio four years ago captivated Las Vegas.
The presence of the former Titans quarterback could, once and for all, show the Raiders what they truly have in starter Derek Carr.
The team followed the lead of so many others in professional sports when pledging funds to T-Mobile Arena staff out of work due to the coronavirus.
Cinderella won’t have her chance to wear a glass slipper, the NCAA Tournament having been canceled for the first time in 81 years.
The global pandemic that is the coronavirus has gripped Southern Nevada in a most relentless manner, its harsh realities being felt from one side of town to the next.
The chances that the draft in Las Vegas will be staged as originally palnned are the same of those of local pharmacies having a surplus of hand sanitizer.
Arizona-based couple with health issues was fearful of attending home game against Dallas on March 17.
Leagues should go all the way and remove fans from every competition due to the coronavirus or stop picking and choosing which groups to ban.