The revitalized Pro Bowl Games certainly didn’t pack Allegiant Stadium, but the event managed to pry the competitiveness out of the NFL’s best players.
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Jeremiah Fennell, a 10-year-old Las Vegas native, is a burgeoning sports broadcaster with a YouTube channel that will include exclusive interviews with Pro Bowl players.
With his father’s support, Emmanuel Pacquiao Jr. is paving his own path toward a professional boxing career. He’ll fight as an amateur Saturday in Las Vegas.
The Lady Rebels and 2,500 of their closest friends enjoyed an 80-57 victory Saturday over archenemy UNR — marking their first-ever sellout at Cox Pavilion.
The Aces haven’t addressed Dearica Hamby’s allegation that she was discriminated against because of her pregnancy, a claim being investigated by the WNBA’s Players Association.
The Raiders’ 6-11 record reeks of squandered star power and unfulfilled potential, leaving Josh McDaniels and Dave Ziegler with plenty to prove.
Raiders quarterback Jarrett Stidham is an unrestricted free agent after the season, making Saturday’s game against the Chiefs a lot more consequential for him than the Raiders.
Selena Harris this weekend is back in Las Vegas. She returns as the nation’s top freshman gymnast at one of its most prestigious meets, the Super 16 presented by Ozone.
Georgia tight end Darnell Washington and assistant football coach David Hill share a bond they forged at Desert Pines.
For the umpteenth time this season, the Raiders were demolished in the second half of a game — this time by a team whose quarterback had been with the franchise for two days.
The Raiders squandered a 16-3 fourth-quarter lead, victimized by embattled Rams QB Baker Mayfield, whom they acquired via waivers this week.
American Outlaws, the unofficial supporters of the men’s and women’s U.S. national soccer teams, have packed a local pub during the World Cup.
Any chase for a Mountain West championship begins with athletic director Erick Harper, who boldly set the expectations for Arroyo’s successor. He must win and win quickly.
UNLV sophomore defensive back Johnathan Baldwin had a fumble return for a touchdown, an interception and a key pass breakup in a victory Saturday over rival UNR.
Former Bishop Gorman, Cal and UNLV running back Biaggio Ali Walsh is channeling his fighting spirit inside the octagon.