Many compelling stories will be written during the 2017 installment of the National Finals Rodeo starting Thursday at the Thomas & Mack Center. It’ll be difficult to top the one witnessed Tuesday at South Point.
There’s a new top team for this week’s NFL rankings.
Police say a Nevada woman was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after she drove down a highway the wrong way, danced atop her SUV and attempted to flee from officers on a kid’s scooter.
The AFC West, wrongly thought by many the NFL’s best division to begin the season, now offers a three-way tie of 6-6 teams at the top.
Alabama, which was awarded the fourth seed by the CFP selection committee Sunday despite not playing in its Southeastern Conference title game, is a 1½-point-favorite over top-seeded Clemson in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1.
In a sleepy post-Thanksgiving weekend at the box office, Pixar’s “Coco” remained the top film for the second straight week while a number of Oscar contenders packed theaters in specialty release.
The state was one of four, along with Nevada, that voted in 2016 to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. And with sales projected to top $5 billion once the market gets fully up and running, California’s cannabis corner is expected to be by far the nation’s largest.
In the 1940s, the “work triangle,” developed by the University of Illinois School of Architecture, helped set into motion many kitchen design rules of thumb. Back then, kitchens were much smaller and considered a place where a single person did the cooking and baking, so utility was top of mind.