Immigrants Granted Bail After Latest Court RulingThe cases before a Tucson judge on Wednesday seemed fairly routine: Two men charged with drug offenses asking him to grant them bail.
Cop Takes Plea Deal In Vegas DUI Case Henderson police officer accused of driving under the influence and driving a pickup truck the wrong way on a northwest Las Vegas freeway is taking a plea deal that will get him house arrest and enrollment in an alcohol treatment program.
Sin City Says 'I do' To Same-Sex Weddings An initial frenzied filing for Nevada's first same-sex marriage licenses followed by quickie late-night ceremonies gave way Friday to business almost as usual in the self-proclaimed wedding capital of the world.
Vegas District Wins Teacher Ruling School officials in Las Vegas say an arbitrator's ruling in a teacher salary and benefits dispute could cut $10 million from a deficit at the cash-strapped Clark County School District.
Sandoval Praises Ruling on Federal Health Care LawGov. Brian Sandoval today praised a federal appeals court ruling that struck down the so-called “individual mandate” in federal health care legislation.