During the coronavirus pandemic, Junior Burgos has distributed goodwill, groceries and other daily necessities to those less fortunate in his native El Salvador.
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Jerry Tarkanian’s powerhouse teams of the early 1990s reflected the city they called home. They were bold, brash and bodacious.
College of Southern Nevada coach Russ Beck says he will focus on recruiting Las Vegas Valley players at the school — using his motorcycle for transportation.
A few months after his final pitch, Bryan Harper, brother of major league star Bryce Harper, received his real estate license and has embarked on a second career in Las Vegas.
Dan Saley and his wife, Stefanie, couldn’t decide what to name their first child. They only agreed that the baby’s name, like the city they call home, should be unique.
Mike Guerra, a former Seattle Mariners minor leaguer, recently rediscovered a pristine 70-year-old baseball glove that had been tucked away in his father’s safe.
Matt Young trying to assist VGK, Las Vegas Ballpark vendors during coronavirus shutdown, make sure they have jobs when sports return.
Keeping his players focused during pandemic and the resignation of U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro tops items of discussion for ex-national team star.
Former Utah standout got to experience something his son, Arizona’s Nico Mannion, probably never will — the thrill of victory during March Madness.
New Cubs manager recalls record-setting days with the Las Vegas 51s and getting his call-up to the majors.
Las Vegan Kris Bryant talked to reporters before the Chicago Cubs played the Cincinnati Reds in the second round of Big League Weekend on Saturday at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Las Vegan Amir Garrett, a relief pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, reflects on being a multisport athlete, taking on the Pittsburgh Pirates and working on his fastball.
UNLV coach T.J. Otzelberger refused to blame the Rebels’ 67-61 loss to Boise State on Thursday in the Mountain West tournament on the absence of injured Elijah Mitrou-Long.
Mesa (Arizona) Community College has seven Las Vegas players on its roster and is ranked No. 2 in the nation. The U.S. 93 pipeline began to flow in 2011.