Competing legislation would curb gambling websites.
The federal Justice Department says two Native American tribes in northern Nevada are getting more than $1.8 million in grants to pay for crime prevention and law enforcement programs.
The city of Henderson is agreeing to improve sign language interpreter availability and pay $35,000 to settle a federal Americans with Disabilities Act complaint about police dealings with the deaf.
With the Zimmerman verdict a major topic in America, Joe looks back at a friend he shared discussions with and one was never about race.
Gamblers who prefer their laptops to blackjack tables could be getting a boost from Washington.
The sheriff for metropolitan Phoenix is scheduled to release a report Monday on an internal probe into why hundreds of sex-crime cases were either inadequately investigated or not looked into at all during a three-year period ending in 2007.
A Justice Department memo concludes that the United States government can order the killing of American citizens if they believe the individual is a senior operational leader or and associated force of Al-Qaida.
Attorneys for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio are asking a judge for more latitude in gathering information and deposing witnesses in a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit that alleges the police agency has racially profiled Latinos.
A federal grand jury is reportedly reviewing a nearly three-year-old incident, in which a Henderson police sergeant was caught on video kicking a man who was in diabetic shock.
Maricopa County is asking a judge to reconsider her decision not to dismiss the county from a lawsuit alleging that Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s office carried out a pattern of discrimination against Latinos in its immigration patrols.