SLS Got Green Light With Reid's Help
Arpaio: 'Border Patrol Is Too Busy Changing Diapers' To Go After Illegal ImmigrantsMaricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio says the Border Patrol is too busy babysitting to actually do their jobs.
Man Held For Teen Sex TraffickingA California man appears in federal court in Las Vegas for forcing a teen into prostitution. He has a prior conviction here in a 2013 case.
Senate Adds Nevada To Immigration PanelThe Senate has agreed to give Nevada a place on a border security panel that will form if federal authorities can't come up with a way to stop 90 percent of illegal border crossings.
House Denies Anti-Terrorism Funds For Las VegasAn amendment to help restore federal funding for homeland security in Las Vegas and other cities has failed to win passage.
Security Cameras Installed Along StripDozens of eyes will be watching you along the Las Vegas Strip.
Clark County Appeals Reduced Homeland Security FundingLas Vegas-area elected officials are calling for federal funding administrators to reconsider the ranking the Clark County area is set to receive in a Homeland Security funding formula.
Arizona Bill Requires Police To Get Search Warrants To Use DronesLaw enforcement agencies in Arizona would need search warrants before using unmanned aircraft to gather evidence if a measure being debated by the state House of Representatives becomes law.
NM Security Official Tries To Take Gun On Flight Albuquerque airport officials say the second-in-command of New Mexico's domestic security agency was caught trying to bring a loaded gun through a security checkpoint.
Opinion: Florida's Voter Purge Attempts To Stifle Democrats and MinoritiesElected officials would do well to remember that it is the job of the voters to pick their representatives, it is not the job of elected officials to pick who gets to vote.
Senator Harry Reid Focuses On MannersIf Senator Harry Reid has his way, airport security workers will be nicer to international travelers.
Las Vegas Identity Theft And Trafficking Ring Lead To Arrest Nineteen people were arrested inNevada and eight other states in a Las Vegas-based identity theft and trafficking ring that a federal prosecutor characterized as a sophisticated racketeering organization involving 50 people nationwide.