The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit to stop the state's new education savings accounts, claiming a violation of a constitutional prohibition against the use of public money for religious purposes.
Darryl Dawkins, a 15-season star National Basketball Association star most known as "Chocolate Thunder" for his dunks and flamboyant play, died at 58 on Thursday, according to a Philadelphia area media report.
The life-saving bacteria from the guts of people with healthy fecal matter can help cure those with gut-wrenching bad bacteria. When their healthy microbes are placed inside the intestines of a sick person they can chase out harmful C. difficile bacteria. It's called a fecal transplant.
A disturbed mind brimming with rage, a professional media career and newly purchased guns. Vester Lee Flanagan II combined them into a real-time murder show that he choreographed in detail.
A sinkhole opened up on a street in a northeastern Chinese city on Saturday, injuring five people, according to the Associated Press.
First Matt LeBlanc and now Lisa Kudrow. Kudrow appeared on stage at Taylor Swift's fifth and final show at Los Angeles' Staples Center as her "Friends" character Phoebe Buffay.
Walmart said Wednesday that it will stop selling military-style semiautomatic rifles, including AR-15s.
The third annual Sip & Savor event, a dine-around of six Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group restaurants that benefits Keep Memory Alive, will begin at 6 p.m. Sept. 16 at Spago at the Forum Shops at Caesars, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South.
Tobias Strebel, best known for a memorable appearance on "Botched" and for spending more than $100,000 to look like Justin Bieber, was found dead in a Motel 6 in North Hills, Calif., just a few days after being reported missing. He was 35.
Mississippi State University said on Twitter on Thursday it had a suspect in custody after an active shooter was reported on campus.
A disabled man in Phoenix was savagely beaten, and now his family is desperate for answers. Gabriel Mayorga's family said he was just running to the grocery store for tortillas when he was attacked
Lawyers have filed a class action lawsuit against most major automakers over what attorneys call a deadly "defect" in keyless ignition systems.
The suspect in the on-air shooting of two Virginia television journalists was pronounced dead at a hospital on Wednesday, the Washington Post reported, citing state police. Vicki Gardner, the WDBJ interviewee who was injured in Wednesday's shooting in Virginia, is in stable condition.
Arizona is essentially firing the private company that operates a Northwest Arizona state prison that has struggled with high-profile problems such as an inmate escape that led to a double-homicide five years ago, the murder of an inmate in January and extensive rioting.
A lawsuit that accuses Circle K Stores Inc. of failing to pay overtime wages to store managers may proceed as a national class action, a federal judge ruled Wednesday in Las Vegas.
Resistance to transportation network companies such as Uber and Lyft has grounded their contract drivers at some major airports, where there's no shortage of people in need of a ride.
Two people are in custody after an auto theft Wednesday afternoon prompted the evacuation of a west valley apartment complex, according to Las Vegas police.
As Floyd Mayweather Jr. was holding court with reporters Wednesday to try to sell his Sept. 12 fight with Andre Berto at the MGM Grand Garden on Showtime Pay Per View, Floyd Mayweather Sr. stood in the back of his son's gym and patiently waited to get to work.
In the most heartwarming story we've ever seen emerge from the Ohio State-Michigan college football rivalry, a 10-year-old Buckeyes fan worried that having heart surgery at Michigan would make him love the Wolverines.
Checking in at the airport can be a dispiriting experience, especially when you factor in delays and long lines to get through security. London's Gatwick Airport wants to help take the pain out of travel, and has a remedy in the form of 'happy meals' rich in mood-enhancing hormones.
The U.S. military is augmenting its cadre of drone pilots with private contractors to alleviate strain on crews at Creech Air Force Base and elsewhere while adding the Army's Gray Eagle drone to hunt down terrorists, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Wednesday.
Ronda Rousey and Floyd Mayweather Jr. will probably never trade blows in an official fight, but Rousey appears to relish taking shots at Mayweather through the media.
A police officer was shot and two people stabbed in a southwest Louisiana town on Wednesday, with a suspect barricading himself in a convenience store, police said.
Bill Foley's bid for a National Hockey League team in Las Vegas is moving into "Phase 3" with league officials, which leaves us with this question: What does Phase 3 mean?
When it comes to filming in Las Vegas, the choice of hotels can be pretty random.
Now it's not about new uniforms or the changes to Sam Boyd Stadium or how many national media outlets have interviewed UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez.
Nevada Health CO-OP, a nonprofit insurer created by the Affordable Care Act and federally funded to offer health coverage through the Nevada Health Link marketplace, said Wednesday that it cannot make enough money to stay in business after Jan. 1.
One man was in custody and a second was hospitalized after a stabbing late Wednesday morning at a central valley apartment complex.
A special education teacher with the Clark County School District faces abuse charges after colleagues reported that he hit and threw an autistic student who is unable to speak.
Two people were hospitalized in critical condition earlier this week after they tried to swim across an outdoor canal at The Venetian, according to Las Vegas police.
Multiple shots were fired into a northeast valley apartment with six children and five adults inside Tuesday night, police say.
If he happens to keep wearing his disguise, the man behind the Las Vegas Valley's most recent armed robbery spree will be easy to spot.
A woman was sexually assaulted, and a man was beaten in a southwest valley home invasion Tuesday night, police say.
The Mormon church will remain affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America despite the organization's decision to allow gay troop leaders, church officials announced Wednesday.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has a hearing Thursday for his $75,000 fine following the NFC Championship Game win over the Green Bay Packers last season.
After the shooting deaths of TV journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward, members of the Roanoke, Virginia community have come together to mourn.
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