AG Laxalt Joins National Sweep On Elderly FraudThe sweep involves cases from the U.S. Department of Justice, state attorneys general, U.S. attorneys and law enforcement agencies around the country, and cases involve more than 250 defendants who victimized more than a million Americans, most of whom were elderly.
Las Vegas Township Community Center Moves to New LocationThe Las Vegas Township Community Impact Center is one of 10 sites that were selected in April 2016 to receive a grant to create a Restorative Justice Program.
Local Police Recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness DayIn recognition of this global issue affecting senior adults, Henderson Police Department is highlighting the importance of protecting older Southern Nevadans from elder abuse.
Clark County School Police Officer Accused of Assault Cover-UpFederal officials have indicted a Clark County School District police officer on charges that he assaulted a student and a staff member at a school and tried to cover it up.
Vegas, 9 Other Cities Get Grant for Community Court ProgramCourt officials say Las Vegas Township Court is one of 10 in the nation to win a grant to begin a community court program to redirect petty offenders in quality-of-life cases.
Attorneys Seek Transfer Of Ariz. Civil Rights CaseAttorneys for polygamous towns on the Arizona-Utah border are renewing a request to move a civil rights case out of Arizona.
Antigua And Barbuda Threatening Sanctions Against US For Internet GamblingAntigua and Barbuda is threatening unspecified sanctions against the U.S. if the federal government fails to lift a trade "blockade" preventing the island from hosting Internet gambling, a top government official from the island nation said Wednesday.
DC Investigators Reviewing Las Vegas PoliceLas Vegas police say federal investigators are launching a six-month review of the department's policies after 142 people were killed in 378 officer-involved shootings since 1990.