Tuff Hedeman brings his bull riding tour to South Point nearly 26 years since leaving the MGM on a gurney with his face shattered.
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Las Vegas sports talk host Bernie Fratto has collected his witty sports stories, anecdotes and observations into a new book.
The Chicago White Sox gave the VIP treatment to a retired Las Vegas man and his ailing lifelong friend for a memorable day at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Gavin Beavers breaks into the starting lineup for the Real Monarchs of the USL as a teenager and receives credit for a tie and victory.
Las Vegan Kyle Busch has climbed to fourth place in the NASCAR Cup Series points standings and rebooted a championship bid that appeared stuck in low gear.
Tragedy during voluntary workout gives local coaches, athletes more pause for thought.
The NASCAR Cup Series returns to scenic Road America, the site of a major victory for retired Las Vegas racer Brendan Gaughan.
To thousands of transplanted Hawaiians who have made Las Vegas the so-called “Ninth Island,” football broadcaster Robert Kekaula was a big slice of paradise, home away from home.
Called “OneVegas,” the exclusive party on Coors Lights Landing will bring together executives to celebrate the year in sports.
Garrick Higgo wasn’t at UNLV for very long, but impressed UNLV coach Dwaine Knight by shooting 7-under over 11 holes after stepping off the airplane from South Africa.
The Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo is named in honor of the former Wild West star, providing Black cowboys an opportunity to rope, ride and build lasting friendships.
Evidence suggests Henderson resident Jim Fassel, who died at age 71 Monday, threw the last pass in the short-lived history of the World Football League.
Simon Keith serves as sounding board for former Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen, whose 8-year-old son underwent heart transplant surgery.
Mark Eaton, former Utah Jazz center and a footnote in NBA and Las Vegas sports history, is remembered with fondness following his death at age 64.
In Las Vegas, it’s about cheap tickets, cheap pizza and cheap beer. And driving your car onto the pitch and parking it behind the bench, if you happen to drive a Toyota.