ACLU Wants Sandoval to Stop Nevada's 1st Execution Since 2006The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada has launched a petition to persuade the governor to stop the state's first execution in more than a decade — one that would be conducted with a drug mixture not used before.
Officials: No Arrests, Few Disruptions at Nevada Vote SitesAuthorities in Nevada reported no arrests and few disruptions at polling places during voting Tuesday in hotly contested presidential, state and local races.
ACLU Appeals After Judge Dismisses School Choice LawsuitThe American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada is appealing a Las Vegas judge's ruling that found the state's sweeping new school choice program is constitutional.
Lawsuit Possible Against DMVAmerican Civil Liberties Union concerned about voter registration process
Education Savings Account Case Due In CourtACLU challenging constitutionality of program
ACLU, Salt Lake Sheriff Settle Immigration Suit The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah says it's settled a lawsuit with the Salt Lake County jail over a Weber State University student who was held after posting bail while authorities checked his immigration status.
ACLU Holds Protest At Columbus Port Of Entry Immigrant advocates are holding protests and passing out educational material at a New Mexico border entry amid a surge of immigrant children and anger over their detention.
Utah To Appeal Ruling To Recognize Gay Marriages Utah has appealed a federal judge's ruling that officials must recognize gay marriages that took place in the state after a same-sex marriage ban was overturned.
Albuquerque Weighs Social Media Rules For WorkersAlbuquerque is considering a new social media policy that would impose restrictions on online activity of employees even when they're not working.
Lawsuit: Woman Faced Illegal Body Cavity Search, Observed Bowel MovementA federal lawsuit says U.S. border and customs officials strip-searched a New Mexico woman at the El Paso border crossing, then took her to a hospital for illegal body cavity probes.
Las Vegas Police Approved To Wear Tiny Body Cameras On PatrolsFollowing a long and heated debate about privacy rights, Las Vegas metro police officers will soon be wearing body cameras on their patrols.
Court Hears Discrimination Case Over Wedding CakeA Colorado court will decide if a baker violated discrimination laws when he refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple.