The Battle for Vegas featuring the Golden Knights and Raiders is back for its third year this summer.
Rochelle Richards hails from the great state of Kentucky. She moved to Las Vegas in 2012 to finish her journalism degree at UNLV. During her time at UNLV she covered Lady Rebel basketball and volleyball before graduating in 2014. She joined the Review-Journal in February 2016 as a sports agate clerk, before joining the digital team in October 2016.
The NFL officially dropped the schedules for the 2022 season Thursday and teams had entirely too much fun creating schedule announcement videos for social media.
The first 500 fans who check in at the Draft Theater during the NFL draft on Saturday will receive two free tickets.
The NFL is hosting drone and light shows on the Strip this week during the draft.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver appeared on the Dan Patrick Show on Friday and addressed the ongoing discussion of possible expansions into Seattle and Las Vegas.
Floyd Mayweather says he’ll put $20M on the line if an NFL team is willing to sign former Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Derek Carr and the Raiders agreed to a three-year contract extension on Wednesday and fans have mixed feelings.
Following Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf’s comments about Las Vegas being a “gross desert,” the mayor said in a later interview that the city has “tacky architecture.”
Here’s where you can enjoy some grub and drinks and watch some hoops in the Las Vegas Valley.
UNLV’s women’s basketball team to host a public watch party for the NCAA Selection Show on Sunday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Being a fan of Cincinnati sports isn’t like being a fan of the New England Patriots or the Kansas City Chiefs. We’re not accustomed to winning.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the suspension of Nevada’s mask mandate on Thursday, which means sporting events in Las Vegas may look different now.
It’s Super Bowl time and there are many places in the Las Vegas Valley to cheer on either the Cincinnati Bengals or the Los Angeles Rams.