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William Carrier recorded eight hits in the Golden Knights’ 4-3 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday, tied for fourth-most in his three-year career.
Former Golden Knights forward James Neal, now on the Calgary Flames, lost some teeth during Saturday’s game between the Flames and the Vancouver Canucks.
A 65-year-old former health care provider in Las Vegas was sentenced Monday for her role in a fraud scheme in which she submitted false claims to Nevada Medicaid.
Clark County School District police are investigating a threat made against Chapparal High School on Sunday night.
Toys R Us fans in the U.S. should see the iconic brand re-emerge in some form by this holiday season.
Despite being born without arms or hands, Matt Stutzman has become a world-class archer by shooting a bow and arrow with his feet.
UNLV freshmen Bryce Hamilton and Trey Woodbury have discovered how difficult it is to make the transition to college basketball. The Rebels next play Air Force at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
The new structure, which has six associate superintendents reporting to three regional superintendents and another overseeing four special schools, will cut the number of associate superintendents from 13 to seven.
Background checks on private gun sales in Nevada would start in 2020 under a bill introduced in the Senate Monday with majority support of the Legislature.
The Las Vegas Ballpark and Aviators baseball team are hiring for the upcoming season.
The Los Angeles Sparks have re-signed guard-forward Alana Beard, the reigning WNBA defensive player of the year.
Peggy Thompson didn’t think twice when she donated some old video cameras last August to the Salvation Army on Flamingo Road and Durango Drive.
“Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” kicked off its Lucky in Love week, featuring couples who met in Las Vegas, by sending valley residents Lorraine and Blake Calcote home with $30,000.
Historians say they were “shocked” and “mystified” when Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam wrongly used the term “indentured servants” Sunday in reference to the first Africans to arrive in English North America 400 years ago.
A Massachusetts woman who sent her suicidal boyfriend a barrage of text messages urging him to kill himself was jailed Monday on an involuntary manslaughter conviction nearly five years after he died in a truck filled with toxic gas.
Schools closed across Washington state and the Legislature canceled all hearings Monday as snow and ice storms pummeled the Northwest again, with more winter storms predicted for areas that typically experience very rainy winters but usually get very little snow.