Appeals Court Rules Against Arizona Immigration Law

The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a federal judge’s earlier ruling blocking the most controversial aspects of the Arizona immigration law. The law would require Arizona police officers force to demand documentation from suspected illegal immigrants. Furthermore, police would be forced to detain those who are arrested until their immigration status was verified…

Former Professor Stores Over 1,600 Child Pornography Files on Computer

Law enforcement immediately confiscated the computer and later reported finding numerous illegal photos and videos containing sexually graphic imagery of children under the age of 12. Quinn, 44, was previously employed as a professor at East Texas Baptist University. Comforting right? It is scary to think this could literally happening next door to any of…

Colorado Passes Strict Concussion Law for Young Athletes

As concern over sports-related injuries increase across the nation, Colorado is taking action. Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law on Tuesday requiring football coaches of all public and private middle schools, junior high schools, high schools and recreational youth sports to take online training to effectively recognize symptoms of a concussion. The law…