Nev. lawmakers approve funds to test backlog of rape kits in police vaults

By Ken Ritter Associated Press LAS VEGAS — Nevada lawmakers agreed Wednesday to allocate almost $3.7 million in settlement and grant money to test about 7,500 sexual assault evidence kits languishing in police vaults around the state, including some in Las Vegas dating back 30 years. State Attorney General Adam Laxalt told the Legislature's Interim Finance Committee the move reflects an evolution …
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FBI: Chattanooga attack was terrorism

By Travis Loller Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — After determining a shooting at a Chattanooga reserve center this summer was inspired by foreign terrorists, the Navy will award the Purple Heart to the four Marines and one sailor who were killed and the one Marine who was injured there. U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced the decision Wednesday in a news release that said the terrorist …
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FBI: Chattanooga attack was terrorism

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Roundtable: LE companies talk police problems, how they help solve them

Three executives from private-sector police enterprises weighed in on the challenges facing law enforcement today and how companies that provide products and services to police can help in these difficult times. Our panel of industry leaders includes: Bill Blauer, Principal of uniforms and PPE supplier Blauer Manufacturing Co., Stephen Armellino, president of body armor manufacturer U.S. Armor Corporation …
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