A new report from ACT Inc., the private company that administers the college-entrance exam nationwide, shows Nevada performed the worst among 18 states that had moved from voluntary to mandatory participation in the test.
The bankrupt operating unit of Caesars Entertainment Corp. asked a judge on Tuesday to extend a lawsuit shield for its parent company, which a financial adviser said is critical to making progress toward a settlement with holdout creditors.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid on Tuesday predicted that Democrat Hillary Clinton will win Nevada and the presidency in the Nov. 8 general election in part because Republican nominee Donald Trump has a narrow base of support among voters.
After signing up for a tutor and cramming for a standardized reading test, Laura Elizabeth Vasquez was among Tuesday’s graduates, officially retiring her hamburger spatula for a high school diploma and better job.
As it prepares to inaugurate a team in Las Vegas, the NHL has hired a monitor to watch for suspicious gambling activity, which can be an early warning of cheating in the sport.
A western Las Vegas taco shop was robbed for the second time in less than a month early Tuesday morning.
Donald Trump suggested Tuesday that he is open to “softening” laws dealing with immigrants in the country illegally, the latest sign that the Republican presidential nominee is considering easing the hardline stance he has taken since the beginning of his campaign.
An Oahu, Hawaii resident walked away with a jackpot of more than $10.7 million on an IGT Megabucks Wynn Wheel machine around on Sunday at Wynn Las Vegas.
More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money to the Clinton Foundation.
A South Carolina mother charged with killing her newborn son by putting him in the refrigerator for several hours was expected to appear before a judge on Tuesday.
Dana White confirmed Tuesday recent speculation that Ronda Rousey won’t return for the historic show at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 12.
A Pahrump medical clinic was evacuated midday Tuesday and two workers were taken to the hospital after a chemical spill, according to a facility spokesman.
Southern-Nevada-based nonprofit Nathan Adelson Hospice is expected to acquire HealthCare Partners Nevada-owned Las Vegas Solari Hospice Care by early September.
Lawmakers approved the transfer of $469,000 from the Department of Tourism to the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City to fund the development of construction documents for a proposed 6,000-square-foot visitors center.
Gerald DeLemus of New Hampshire was the first of 19 defendants connected to an armed standoff with federal officers near Bunkerville to reach a plea deal with federal prosecutors.
Regulators and gaming industry leaders say they’d welcome daily fantasy sports operations in Nevada, but not under the framework offered in proposed legislation unveiled by Fan Duel and Draft Kings, the nation’s largest fantasy providers.
Brock Lesnar, who competed at UFC 200 against Mark Hunt, had his temporary suspension extended Tuesday by the Nevada Athletic Commission.
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday, leveling buildings in several towns as residents slept.
A British man charged in connection with an alleged threat against Donald Trump at a Las Vegas rally can visit with his mother, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Southern Nevada health officials on Tuesday confirmed the first case of West Nile virus in Clark County this year.
Clark County School District students start classes on Monday, and Las Vegas police want drivers to be prepared.
Centennial senior Troy Brown Jr. has been drawing interest from college basketball coaches since his freshman season, making for a hectic and longer-than-normal recruiting process.
Once again, one of the UFC’S Diaz brothers may be in trouble for partaking in cannabis ingestion in the state of Nevada.
A woman who spent 35 years in prison for a 1976 Reno killing before being exonerated by DNA evidence has sued officials in Nevada and Louisiana, alleging civil rights violations and malicious prosecution.
More than 90 potential jurors for the upcoming trial of rancher Ammon Bundy for his alleged role in the 41-day occupation of an Oregon bird sanctuary have been excluded from the jury pool, leaving prosecutors and defense lawyers with about 200 more to assess until 12 are selected to serve on the jury.
Authorities responding to a mobile home fire in Evergreen found more than 100 animals inside. Flathead County Animal Control officers found 15 dogs, more than 50 exotic birds, an unknown number of rabbits and several geckos.
According to KSNV, Philip Honable, 43, was a director on the production team at the NBC affiliate.
What could stop Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, who face a soft schedule, from winning 11 or more games?
Though a relatively cool Tuesday started calmly, it ended with a valley-wide severe thunderstorm warning until 11:45 p.m. for heavy rain and gusts of up to 60 mph.
Jennifer Lawrence is a girl on fire — at least monetarily speaking.
The franchise announced Vaughn Karpan had been hired as the director or player personnel and Bruno Campese had been hired as an amateur scout.
Lawmakers are demanding more information on why the price for lifesaving EpiPens has skyrocketed. A two-dose package cost less than $60 nine years ago. The cost is now closer to $400.
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros has charged in a lawsuit she was sexually harassed by former network chief Roger Ailes and other top executives.
President Barack Obama has arrived in Baton Rouge where he’ll get a first-hand view of the damage caused by flooding that that killed 13 people and forced thousands from their homes.
The construction worker killed after scaffolding at Tivoli Village collapsed Monday afternoon has been identified as Ricardo Nicolas Bautista, 30, of North Las Vegas.
Amanda Galvan, 16, won a prestigious graphic design competition in the U.S. that was open to university students. She also took eighth place in international competition.
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