Ryan Clement was the starting quarterback for the Las Vegas Outlaws of XFL I in 2001. He was more than a casual observer of the XFL’s reinvention that began last week.
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When offered a chance to gain the upper hand on an opponent through nefarious means, Faith Lutheran football coach Vernon Fox refused and did the right thing.
Chicago Cubs slugger Kris Bryant of Las Vegas addressed rampant trade rumors and other topics during an informal workout at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Stunt driving team helps “Ford v Ferrari” attain authenticity, critical success en route to Best Picture nomination at the Oscars.
Hall of Fame New Jersey sports writer Jerry Izenberg, 89, will end his streak and watch the big game from a sportsbook in Henderson on Sunday.
There was a chill in the air and no place to park when Bryce Harper made his college baseball debut as a 17-year-old on Jan. 29, 2010.
Members of the Las Vegas Aces slow-pitch softball team have remained close friends, despite not playing together for more than 25 years.
Former UNLV NCAA doubles champion Tim Blenkiron said his parents’ home in the Adelaide Hills region burned to the ground during the deadly blazes.
Born in Alaska to Nigerian parents, Bishop Gorman’s Edufuan Ulofoshio makes the grade in Pac-12, receives scholarship during viral video presentation.
From Bill Belichick to Jimmy Johnson to Phil Jackson, there is little job security in pro sports when expectations aren’t met or personalities don’t mesh.
Las Vegan Asia Muhammad achieves career highlight with doubles victory over former No. 1-ranked players Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki in New Zealand.
Stage Door Casino was among those to extend offers to Wayne Mabry — aka “Violator” — who said he had been priced out of following the Raiders to Las Vegas.