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Chicago State has made little progress in the WAC Tournament in three years, but at least it still plays hard.

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When UNLV coach Marvin Menzies sat down at the podium after Thursday’s 63-55 loss in the Mountain West Tournament quarterfinals at the Thomas Mack Center, he had to stifle his emotions. Emotions over a game the Rebels had every chance to win.

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Attorneys for Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen on Thursday settled Suen’s 14-year-old legal dispute over his compensation for assisting the company secure a license in Macau.

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It hasn’t always been pretty, but by keeping it simple the Golden Knights’ top line of William Karlsson, Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith has been more effective in recent weeks.

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Caesars Entertainment Corp. is cutting jobs at its Las Vegas headquarters as part of a plan to reduce corporate expenses by more than $40 million annually.

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To help your bankroll survive and advance on the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, we asked a group of professional sports bettors, handicappers and oddsmakers for tips on wagering on March Madness.

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Trump confidant Roger Stone will go on trial Nov. 5 on charges he lied to Congress, engaged in witness tampering and obstructed a congressional investigation into possible coordination between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, a federal judge said Thursday.

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Las Vegas police will have more officers than usual patrolling the valley for impaired drivers during a “DUI blitz” on Thursday night.

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The Raiders released wide receiver Jordy Nelson and reserve quarterback AJ McCarron on Thursday, moves made to clear cash following a string of high-priced personnel investments.

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The last remaining American diplomats in Venezuela left the country on Thursday, amid deteriorating ties between Washington and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

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Bob Goodman, the Democratic candidate for Nevada governor in 2014 and the state’s former economic development and tourism chief, has died at age 84.

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Celebrate the luck of the Irish with bagpipers, entertainment and activities at The Linq Promenade and O’Sheas.

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Center Paul Stastny believes the Knights are at their best when they’re dictating play and not the other way around.

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Netanyahu gathers military brass after apparent rocket fire

Israel’s prime minister has convened an urgent meeting with senior military officials following a rocket attack on Tel Aviv from the Gaza Strip.

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California drought free for first time in over 7 years

California is free of drought for the first time in more than seven years and only a small amount of its territory remains abnormally dry as a very wet winter winds down, experts said Thursday.

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Hallmark cutting ties with Lori Loughlin after bribary case

Hallmark says it is cutting ties with actress Lori Loughlin following her arrest in a sprawling college admissions scam case.

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Las Vegas student arrested after ‘terroristic threat’

The 15-year-old student at Desert Oasis High School was arrested on Thursday morning after another student overhead him making terroristic threats, according to Clark County School District police.

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Shania Twain to honor Lionel Richie at Power of Love gala

Lionel Richie and Shania Twain teamed on a re-recording of “Endless Love” in 2012. The song was a monster hit for Richie and Diana Ross in 1981.

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