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NSAC drug test hearings for Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz set for Aug. 13

Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) has once again summoned Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) combatants Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz, who are required to appear before the governing body on Aug. 13, 2015, to answer for a pair...Show More Summary

WSOF 22 payouts: Marlon Moraes banks $140,000, Rousimar Palhares' win bonus withheld

It's a good day to be Marlon Moraes. Following his successful Bantamweight title defense "Palhares vs. Shields" in Las Vegas, last Saturday night (Aug. 1, 2015), Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) released payroll numbers for WSOF...Show More Summary

Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz’s NSAC hearing scheduled, finally, for Aug. 13

After more than a half-year in limbo, ex-UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and onetime welterweight title challenger Nick Diaz finally will go before the Nevada State Athletic Commission.Filed under: News, UFC

Video: Wanderlei Silva teams up with 'Stitch' Duran, promises MMA revolution

You say you want a revolution? Exiled combat sports legend Wanderlei Silva is promising a revolution in mixed martial arts (MMA), not long after he went to war with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and Nevada State Athletic Commission...Show More Summary

Nevada’s New Voucher Plan Is Designed to Bankrupt Public Schools

Now they're pushing vouchers for upper-income families. Nevada is one of our nation’s 24 one-party, all Republican states. Writing for the Washington Post, Lyndsey Layton and Emma Brown note that, “In January, Republicans took control...Show More Summary

ROLL CALL: Democrats’ Window to Find Strong House Candidates Slowly Closing. When former Nevad…

ROLL CALL: Democrats’ Window to Find Strong House Candidates Slowly Closing. When former Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller passed on a bid in the Silver State’s 3rd District last week, it sent Democrats back to the drawing board again to find a nominee for this Tossup seat in 2016. Miller’s decision to sit the […]

Two Injured in Huge Fire at Las Vegas Luxury Hotel – Fire Department

A fire on the pool deck of a luxury hotel and casino in Las Vegas, in the US state of Nevada, injured two people on Saturday, the local fire department deputy chief said.

Shane Mosley Jr. suspended after failed drug test

Shane Mosley Jr. has been temporarily suspended by NSAC after testing positive for amphetamines. Shane Mosley Jr. has just received a temporary suspension by the Nevada State Athletic Commission after he tested positive for amphetamines following his first round KO over Jason Kelly in June 27th's BKB event. Show More Summary

Plight of the Bumble Bees: How shabby climate analyses and lax peer review promote a dreadful remedy

Guest essay by Jim Steele, Director emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University and author of Landscapes & Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism In July 2015 the journal Science published Kerr et al’s Climate Change Impacts On Bumblebees Converge Across Continents. It was a woeful analysis hyped by the media. It…

Shane Mosley Jr., Julian Pollard Suspended for Failed Drug Tests

Shane Mosley Jr. and Julian Pollard have been suspended by the Nevada State Athletic Commission for failed drug tests in their Big Knockout Boxing bouts in June. Dan Rafael of ESPN.com reported the news, though it's unclear how long both fighters will be out. Show More Summary

‘Cancer is a fungus’ lawmaker threatens Nevada inspectors looking at her home healthcare business

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A Nevada lawmaker who made national news after claiming cancer is a fungus that can be flushed from the body with salt water has reportedly threatened state health investigators looking into her home healthcare business. According to John Ralston at Ralston Reports, Nevada Assemblywoman Michele...

One state is helping employers who help their employees plan for college

FA Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that delivers the top news and commentary for financial advisors. Nevada gives employers a tax break (Financial Advisor) Nevada employers will receive a tax break for matching employees' 529 plan contributions. Show More Summary

Ultimate Fighter 21 Finale medical suspensions: 15 fighters facing potential time off

The Nevada State Athletic Commission handed down the medical suspensions following the TUF 21 Finale and 15 fighters are looking at some time away from the game.Filed under: News, UFC

UFC 189 injuries and medical suspensions: Rory MacDonald, Chad Mendes face six-month sits

Now that the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared, it's time to find out who's worse for the wear following the carnage at UFC 189 this past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) issued its listShow More Summary

UFC 189 Salaries Revealed: McGregor, Mendes Each Pocket $500k

Conor McGregor can stock up on more alligator-skin dress shoes after his UFC 189 victory over Chad Mendes. According to a release from the Nevada State Athletic Commission obtained by the MMA Report, both McGregor and Mendes made $500,000...Show More Summary

UFC 189 medical suspensions: Rory MacDonald could be out until 2016

The Nevada State Athletic Commission handed down the medical suspensions following UFC 189 and there are eight fighters facing a potential suspension of 185 days.Filed under: News, UFC

US Air Force Successfully Drops Mock Nuke Bomb in Nevada Desert

The United States Air Force and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) successfully tested the latest version of a nuclear bomb that was originally developed in the early 1960s.

State Split: Nevada Allows, Colorado Denies Christian School Vouchers

While Nevada aggressively opens up school choice, Colorado's Supreme Court says one thing makes it unconstitutional. School voucher programs, in which parents use public funds to educate their children at private schools, are on a roller...Show More Summary

Morning Digest: Meet the wealthy brothel owner who wants to hijack the Nevada Senate race

Republican Senate candidate Joe Heck could be competing for attention with an unexpected opponent Leading Off: • NV-Sen: In any other state, a prospective Senate candidate who went around reminding voters that he owned a chain of brothels would be the subject of a police investigation within minutes. Show More Summary

The Long, Strange Journey of Nevada’s State Flag

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

It took 86 years for the state to finally get it right.

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