Las Vegas Man Gets 7 Years In Prison For Prize Scam58 year old Glen Burke, of Las Vegas, was sentenced to the more than 7-year stint in prison, followed by three years of supervised release.
Rosen Co-Sponsors Bill To Prohibit Individual Pot ProsecutionH.R. 975 is a bipartisan bill that would prohibit federal prosecution of individuals for marijuana possession so long as they follow their state's respective marijuana laws.
Nevada Braces For Possible Federal Marijuana CrackdownAttorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding the Obama-era policy of federal non-interference with states such as Nevada, California, Colorado and others where voters have opted to legalize marijuana use and sales.
US Prosecutor in Dallas to Be Top Nevada Federal ProsecutorAn assistant U.S. attorney in Texas has been named at least temporarily as the top federal prosecutor in Nevada.
Vegas Officials: We're Not A Sanctuary CitySheriff Joe Lombardo said Friday that neither the city nor the county has any law directing Las Vegas police not to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Nevada Lawmaker Attacks Expected Justice Legalized Pot CrackdownThe Justice Department will step up enforcement of federal law against recreational marijuana, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday, offering the Trump administration's strongest indication to date of a looming crackdown on the drug, even as a solid majority of Americans believe it should be legal.
Nevada Company Fined $9.5M for Gulf of Mexico IncidentsAn Nevada-based oil services company has been ordered to pay $9.5 million in connection with incidents in the Gulf of Mexico.
Henderson Police 1st In Nevada Using US Data Portal ProgramPolice in Henderson say they're the first law enforcement agency in Nevada to begin working with a searchable federal internet site providing crime statistics data to the public.
Nevada Changing Policies for Prison Inmates with HIVNevada's Department of Corrections is changing a series of policies and practices that the U.S. Justice Department says illegally discriminate against prison inmates with the virus that causes AIDS.
Former Metro Officer Charged With Using Excessive ForceRichard Thomas Scavone Could Face 10 Years In Prison
Despite Fed Deal, Albuquerque Protests May ResumeCity officials have signed a U.S. Justice Department agreement to overhaul Albuquerque police. Families of those fatally shot by officers say they are pleased with the blueprint. And advocates are praising police for peacefully ending recent standoffs.
FBI Denies Witness Tampering AccusationJustice Department attorneys assert in a new court filing that the FBI did not pressure a former government operative into not testifying against the agency in a trial earlier this summer about the existence of additional videos of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.