CARSON CITY -- The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that food provided for free to casino patrons and some employees is exempt from the state sales and use taxes.
SALEM -- The Oregon Supreme Court unanimously ruled Thursday that state agencies have the authority to write administrative rules that put state laws into effect.
Dann WASHINGTON, D.C. - Eleven state attorneys general are demanding the Federal Communications Commission review the proposed merger between two satellite radio giants.
Zoeller INDIANAPOLIS - One of Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter's top aides has decided to make a run at his job.
Cox LANSING, Mich. - An agreement reached with a propane company will keep Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox from charging the company with price-gouging.
DeLaughter JACKSON, Miss. - The state judge facing complaints that he rigged a case involving high-profile plaintiffs attorney Richard "Dickie" Scruggs says he won't fight a suspension while his conduct is probed.
OLYMPIA - The Washington state attorney general's office, known for its aggressive pursuit of Internet spammers, has in its sights an Arizona man they accuse of coercing consumers in the Evergreen State to buy his pop-up blocking software.
Abbott DALLAS - A bankruptcy case in which Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott recently joined resulted in punitive damages from a foreclosure rescue company.
Talis Colberg ANCHORAGE - Alaska Attorney General Talis Colberg has reached a $15 million settlement with pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co., over claims that the pharmaceutical company systematically downplayed the risks associated with its schizophrenia drug Zyprexa.
Dann COLUMBUS, Ohio - A bogus public records request from the state's Republican Party has cost taxpayers thousands of dollars, Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann said Thursday.
LANSING, Mich. - Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox has put the beer on ice -- figuratively.
Scruggs GULFPORT, Miss. - With every twist in the saga of high-profile trial lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs, another turn is made in State Farm Insurance Cos.' attempt to disqualify his former partners from representing Hurricane Katrina victims.
Masto CARSON CITY -- Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto jumped into a minivan Monday to begin a four-day rural road trip to discuss some "hot button issues" in the Silver State, including mortgage fraud and identity theft.
McDonnell RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell apparently has his running mate picked out for his 2009 run at Governor.
Carter INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter said Sunday that two terms in office is enough for him.
Balducci NEW YORK - Two former attorneys at the center of Mississippi's judicial bribery scandal want a federal bankruptcy judge's rulings before their fight to preserve fees earned performing state work is transferred to a state court.
PHOENIX -- Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard said newly forged cooperation between U.S. attorneys general and Mexican prosecutors will help authorities clamp down on international smuggling and money laundering operations.
Dickie Scruggs OXFORD, Miss. - Zach Scruggs became the last of five to plead guilty to a judicial bribery scheme involving Hurricane Katrina attorneys fees Friday, one week after his father did the same.
McKenna OLYMPIA -- Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna said Thursday that tort laws in the Evergreen State are allowing claimants to unfairly siphon scarce government resources.
DeLaughter JACKSON, Miss. - Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Bobby DeLaughter, one of the players in an alleged judicial bribery scheme conducted by famed trial lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs, may soon be suspended from his job.