The Huskies’ Chris Petersen is the superior coach. Washington will be favored in the remaining 11 games, and this is the chance for the Huskies to get some national love.
Lake Las Vegas plans to celebrate the end of summer with its Labor Day weekend celebration Sept. 1-3. Events include live music, a margarita festival and fireworks on the lake will be open to residents and the public.
Las Vegas luxury brokers recently experienced the mystic side of home sales. “Mystic” Mona Van Joseph, a professional, licensed psychic, entertained area listing agents during a special brokers open house held Aug. 16.
Monica Jackson and her husband/manager, Delano, are planning to produce a Vegas-based TV show focusing on entertainment and celebs.
A warehouse developer has bought a spread of land in North Las Vegas from a wireless-communications giant whose planned project there fizzled.
Several Las Vegas oddsmakers and handicappers are high on Michigan, which will take on Notre Dame on Saturday night in South Bend, Indiana, in a classic Week 1 matchup.
Clark County will increase the speed limit from 45 mph to 65 mph on the beltway between Craig Road and Hualapai Way starting Friday afternoon.
A man in his 20s was shot at about 5:10 p.m. in a parking lot on the east side of Craig Ranch Regional Park, 628 W. Craig Road, according to North Las Vegas police.
Las Vegas police have a suspect in an 84-year-old woman’s 2005 killing, but her son said even an arrest won’t fill the hole in his life.
Former Las Vegas physician Julian Lopez was the first recipient of the Roland Hemond Award for humanitarianism after donating a kidney to former White Sox minority owner Eddie Einhorn, who became ill at Cashman Field.
Backstage Bar Billiards, 601 Fremont St., will host an after-party Friday night to celebrate the grand opening of Palace Station’s bBd’s Beers Burgers Desserts.