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Durango looks to end season with first boys state soccer title  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Durango boys soccer team has been good enough to reach the region title game the past three years, but after Saturday's 3-0 loss to Coronado in the ...

Coronado tops Durango in 5-set thriller  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The host Cougars, trailing 12-8 in the decisive fifth set, rattled off seven consecutive points to eke out a 20-25, 25-21, 15-25, 25-17, 15-12 victory over the Trail ...

Durango offense clicks in win over Silverado  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Durango held visiting Silverado off the scoreboard, and did not allow the Skyhawks to complete a pass. The run game was good, the passing game was deadly, ...

Durango 3-sport star Laila Loring sets sights on Grambling State  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Durango senior Laila Loring in August announced a commitment to play soccer at Grambling State, a historically black university around which the town of ...

Teachers, parents hold rally at Durango High School  KTNV Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) - Teachers and parents held rallies this week, demanding changes from the Clark County School District. They rallied outside of Durango ...

At Durango High, a high-octane homecoming celebration for Kurt Busch  Las Vegas Sun

Gold and purple pompoms fluttered while Durango High School cheerleaders flanked the inflatable tunnel where a racing legend and famous school alumnus ...

Clark County School District’s graduation schedule for 2018  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District has released its schedule of 2018 high school graduations. Graduations began on Wednesday and run through June 1.

Centennial’s Amanda Sink sets state record with 20 strikeouts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Centennial pitcher Amanda Sink set a state record for most strikeouts in a seven-inning game in the Bulldogs' 12-0 victory over Durango on Tuesday in the ...

Candidate For Governor: Steve Sisolak  KNPR

The first week of November, Nevada voters will decide on who will be our next governor. Clark County Commissioner and Democrat Steve Sisolak is facing off ...

Former Bishop Gorman star Cadyn Grenier selected by Orioles in MLB Draft  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Cadyn Grenier, a former standout at Bishop Gorman High School, was selected 37th overall by the Orioles in Monday's draft. The last local player to be selected ...

Nevada releases ‘weighted funding’ list for Clark County schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

About 100 Clark County schools will benefit from almost $31 million in “weighted funding” for struggling students from the state for the 2018-19 year, officials ...

Las Vegas prepping for basketball’s last live recruiting period  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas is a basketball town. Especially during July. The conclusion of NBA Summer League signals the end of AAU basketball season, and as always, the ...

Durango High teacher arrested on drug charges  Las Vegas Sun

A Durango High School math teacher was arrested last night on charges of selling methamphetamine and marijuana, Metro Police said. Jeremy Smart, 29, was ...

Celebrities you didn't know graduated from Las Vegas high schools  Las Vegas Sun

Tennis legend Andre Agassi, who was born, raised and still lives in Las Vegas, is among many celebrities who spent their high school years here. Some of the ...

Tea, anyone? New CCSD leader makes more stops on listening tour  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara held two Las Vegas events Saturday as part of his districtwide listening tour.

Ten Local High School Seniors Share $35,000 in Cox Diversity Scholarships at Annual Presentation  Nevada Business Magazine

Cox Las Vegas, in partnership with local diverse organizations, will present $35000 in diversity scholarships to 10 college-bound, local high school seniors as ...

Teenage Las Vegas shooting survivors use dance to heal  FOX5 Las Vegas

Survivors of the Las Vegas shooting have been using the art of dance to heal.

All-amputee baseball team made up of U.S. Military veterans play in Las Vegas  FOX5 Las Vegas

Kick off Memorial Day weekend at a ball game with a team made up of U.S. military veterans.

Stethoscopes, not volleyballs, standard issue at summer camp  Las Vegas Review-Journal

First Health Career Exploration Camp at the College of Southern Nevada aims to help high school students find a medical field that's a good fit.

No. 1 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) posts third consecutive shutout  USA TODAY High School Sports

Biaagio Ali Walsh ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns in the first half as No. 1 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) blanked Durango 56-0 to improve to 10-0.

Sierra Vista feasts on short field in win over Durango — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sierra Vista forced a fumble and recovered inside the 5-yard line on the first play of the fourth quarter, leading to the team's only touchdown and a 10-7 road ...

Elko boys beat Lowry by 19 points, 49-30  Elko Daily Free Press

WINNEMUCCA – For the first half, the Elko boys basketball team appeared it would turn Tuesday's game against Lowry into a running clock.

Play shows Nazis couldn’t kill truth  Las Vegas Review-Journal

More than 70 years ago Stephen Nasser told his dying brother that he would tell the world about what the Nazis did to their family. Nasser, already the author of ...

After outcry, Nevada delays school gender diversity regulation  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After hearing almost three hours of mostly negative public comments on Tuesday, Nevada's Department of Education delayed passing a regulation outlining ...

UNLV football borrows Strip magician to present walk-on scholarship  Las Vegas Sun

Ammir Aziz thought his Friday couldn't get any better when, during his early morning shift working security at the MGM Grand, he was introduced to country ...

RJ honors top high school journalists in Clark County  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Next generation of news hounds has plenty of plaques to polish after 41st annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School Journalism Awards.

Cox Distributes $35,000 in Diversity Scholarships to 10 Graduating Seniors and Extends Its Commitment to $350,000  Nevada Business Magazine

Cox Las Vegas distributed $35000 in diversity scholarships to 10 college-bound, high school seniors as part of its annual Cox Diversity Scholarship program ...

Nationals GM says Bryce Harper will not be traded Tuesday  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Washington Nationals general manager said that Las Vegas native Bryce Harper would not be traded before Tuesday's nonwaiver deadline.

La Rocque calls it a career  Las Vegas Sun

The final scoreboard of the career of Al La Rocque, the dean of local high school basketball coaches, who has announced his retirement after 34 years.

Recruiting Game: High schools no longer are coaches’ focal point  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Most college coaches recruit mostly through AAU, club and travel teams rather than high schools. Several factors have shut high school coaches out of the ...

Las Vegas' Gazelle brothers chase gold at Junior Olympics  Las Vegas Sun

Speed runs in their family. Local brothers Jayson and Justin Johnson are soon to compete in the National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships.

Jack Murphy goes from team manager at Durango High to head coach at Northern Arizona  Las Vegas Sun

Jack Murphy wasn't a good enough basketball player to make the team at Durango High School in the mid-1990s. But he still was involved in the sport he was ...

Kyle Busch takes NBC for Las Vegas homecoming ride  Las Vegas Review-Journal

NASCAR co-points leader Kyle Busch of Las Vegas and pit road reporter Kelli Stavast, who moved here seven years ago, spent Wednesday driving around the ...

Teen sues school district in teacher sex case  Las Vegas Sun

A teenager who engaged in sexual activity with a Durango High School teacher is now suing the Clark County School District, alleging it had been warned the ...

Complaint says Trustee Child told students ‘snitches get stitches’  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District Trustee Kevin Child told a classroom of second-graders in 2014 that “snitches get stitches” and that one of them would end up in jail ...

Changing of the grads a well-orchestrated exercise at Las Vegas casino  Las Vegas Review-Journal

By end of day Friday, the Orleans Arena will have hosted 28 graduations in eight days. They average four ceremonies a day: 9 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m..

5 charged in 3 months: School District battles history of personnel violating students  Las Vegas Sun

Over the past 10 years, more than 30 Clark County School District employees have been arrested for alleged sexual ...

Wells girls back in state final round  Elko Daily Free Press

LAS VEGAS – For the third straight season, the Lady Leopards of Wells will have a say in the 1A state softball championship.

Sun standout awards: Celebrating Nevada high school sports  Las Vegas Sun

For the second consecutive year, the Sun Standout Awards honored the best and brightest high school athletes, teams, coaches and administrators in the Las ...

First-time governor candidate will focus campaign on education  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A 29-year-old freelance photographer and videographer announced his campaign for Nevada governor at the Clark County School Board meeting Thursday.

Panthers hit running clock on Braves  Elko Daily Free Press

LAS VEGAS – Recipes for success on the basketball court include size, length, quick hands, defense, solid passing and the ability to make shots.

UNLV hoping local basketball players want to stay home  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Three Las Vegas area players are among the top 35 basketball recruits, according to UNLV is recruiting each of them.

Recruiting Game: Process fulfilling but stressful for Centennial’s Troy Brown  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Centennial senior Troy Brown Jr. has been drawing interest from college basketball coaches since his freshman season, making for a hectic and ...

Stewart school’s intimate graduation celebrates students’ strengths  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Wednesday night's ceremony at Helen J. Stewart School marked the first graduation for the Clark County School District this year. The intimate ceremony ...

Nevada caucus: Donald Trump triumphs with 45 per cent of the vote - latest

Republican frontrunner extends lead in Nevada as Marco Rubio comes in second and Ted Cruz trails in third.

Youth of the Year uses after-school hours to help kids at Boys & Girls Club  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Zion Mann, 18, couldn't be happier. School is going well and his roller coaster of a life has settled down. The money he earns helps his family, and in January, ...

State Senate District 18 - Alexander Marks - Democratic  KNPR

Name: Alexander Marks. Office: State Senate, District 18. On-Air Interview Summary: Attorney Alexander Marks is running for State Senate District 18. Marks told ...

Centennial’s Troy Brown Jr. chooses Oregon over UNLV, others  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Centennial senior basketball standout Troy Brown Jr. made an oral commitment to Oregon on Monday, ending a recruiting process that began before he played ...

UNLV gets commitment from juco forward Anthony Smith -  Las Vegas Sun

UNLV received a verbal commitment from 6-foot-7 forward Anthony Smith on Monday, giving the Rebels their second recruit in the Class of 2017.

Shooting rattles affluent suburb  Las Vegas Sun

Internet comments following the Feb. 15 shooting death of a 15-year-old Palo Verde freshman reveal a social divide in glossy Summerlin, prompting two ...

State Assembly District 4 - John Piro - Democratic  KNPR

Name: John Piro. Office: State Assembly, District. On-Air Interview Summary: John Piro told KNPR's State of Nevada that he's running for Assembly District 4 ...

12 Las Vegas Valley locals selected in MLB Draft  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Arbor View's Nick Quintana was the highest-rated prospect from Southern Nevada entering the 2016 Major League Baseball draft and was a consensus top-five ...

Meet Chuck Jackson: music director, reformed tuba player  Las Vegas Sun

Between Silverado High School and the Las Vegas Youth Philharmonic, Chuck Jackson works with about 180 students a week. “As much as I loved playing the ...

NHP identifies man killed after car fell from 215 overpass  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The man killed in a crash when his car fell from a highway overpass early Wednesday has been identified by Nevada Highway Patrol.

Prom event gives hundreds of high schoolers free gowns, tuxedos in Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A long line of high school students wrapped around Zappos Plaza on Saturday morning.

Senior wins new car for keeping up grades, attendance  Las Vegas Sun

A lucky Liberty High School student won a new car at a Clark County School District event Thursday to recognize more than 500 high school seniors for their ...

Greenspun Junior High has familiar face as new principal  Las Vegas Sun

Barbara and Hank Greenspun Junior High School recently, and unexpectedly, welcomed a new principal.

Las Vegan, NASCAR reporter Jamie Little announces pregnancy — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Green Valley High School graduate Jamie Little and her husband, Cody Selman, who also is a racing person, are expecting their second child in October.

Do kids really understand meaning of taking a knee for national anthem?  Las Vegas Review-Journal

I'm not sure Colin Kaepernick knew it would reach this level of interest when he first sat down and later took a knee. That's the funny thing about movements.

Marty Barrett’s 24-hit postseason lives on  Las Vegas Review-Journal

It has been 30 years since Las Vegan Marty Barrett went on a playoff hit parade for the Boston Red Sox that has been memorialized on a website.

Las Vegas’ first boxing champion, Ishe Smith, ready for final chapters  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ishe Smith got a tattoo of the IBF championship belt he won in 2013 with the words “Las Vegas' First” to remind him how much he has accomplished in 16 years ...

Newsmakers, June 4-10, 2015  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Dr. Britnney Spurling graduated from Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. A 2011 graduate of ...

Tommy Pham Stats, Fantasy & News

January 2, 2019, Leones del Escogido placed OF Tommy Pham on the reserve list. November 29, 2018, OF Tommy Pham assigned to Leones del Escogido.

Newsmakers, April 10-16  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Siena Prenger of Las Vegas, an eighth-grader at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School, was presented March 17 with an engraved silver medallion to ...

Cardinals announce additional call-ups | St. Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they that they have added three additional players to their active roster with rookie infielder Greg Garcia, outfielder ...

Las Vegas Marine veteran laments aid not reaching war victims in Iraq  Las Vegas Review-Journal

"ISIS is like a Slinky. It expands and contracts." That was the observation Tuesday of Las Vegas Iraq War Marine veteran Luigino Lobello.

Free parking at Golden Knights games not hard to find  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Hockey express buses are a great deal, but there's an even cheaper parking alternative at Golden Knights games if you know where to look.

51s glad to see Reyes go, beat Memphis bullpen  Las Vegas Review-Journal

St. Louis Cardinals prospect Alex Reyes was blowing up the radar gun, but 51s starter Duane Below was the one who picked up the win Friday night, giving up ...

***Horse Race LiveWire*** Nevada Votes: Trump Beats Rubio, Cruz Combined  Breitbart News

Welcome to Breitbart News's daily live updates of the 2016 horse race. Tonight the Republican presidential race undergoes another vote--the Nevada caucuses.

Mother-daughter duo bring message of reuse-recycle to next generation  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Earth is being overrun with trash and pollution that clogs the skies and waters. What are humans to do?

Owyhee’s Cota, Smartt on 1st-Team – Eureka’s Gibbs a 1st-Teamer, Wells’ Dahl wins COY  Elko Daily Free Press

ELKO – With the release of the 1A Northern-East girls basketball league awards, it comes as no surprise that back-to-back state champion Owyhee posted two ...

LA heat hinders Las Vegans’ efforts to qualify for Olympic marathon  Las Vegas Review-Journal

On race day, success in a marathon has more to do with a runner's head than legs. That's according to Sylvia Mosqueda, a former pro runner who competed for ...

BWW Review: OLIVER! at Signature Productions  Broadway World

Signature Productions Quality Family Entertainment is a local production company that does open calls to the community for their actors for the shows they ...

Images of Game Day: Prep Girls Basketball  Elko Daily Free Press

Check out images collected by the Elko Daily Free Press during the 2016-2017 girls basketball season.

Year in Review: Elko County Sports  Elko Daily Free Press

ELKO – As 2015 winds down and 2016 prepares to gear up, many moments are etched into the minds and hearts of die-hard sports fans and casual fans alike.

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