Recently paroled O.J. Simpson ate pancakes with his lawyer Friday morning at a downtown Las Vegaqs cafe near the Regional Justice Center, where he was convicted of robbery more than nine years ago.
For the first time in nine years, O.J. Simpson is free. Although speculation raged about where the former football star would head next, a state official said Simpson would live in Las Vegas for now.
A former girlfriend of Kenny Sanchez, the head coach of Bishop Gorman High School’s state champion football team, says she fabricated a story of domestic abuse, according to an affidavit released Thursday.
Here are your Saturday morning headlines.
Kenny Sanchez, the head coach of Bishop Gorman High School’s national champion football team, was arrested this week on a domestic battery charge, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.
Former NFL safety Darren Sharper agreed to plead guilty in Las Vegas Tuesday morning to one count of attempted sexual assault in connection with an attack where three people were drugged, including two women, inside Sharper’s penthouse suite at the Cosmopolitan.
Las Vegas is now added to the list of places where former NFL player Darren Sharper faces sexual assault charges.
Ray Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL, which has been “vacated immediately,” the players’ union said Friday.
A former Las Vegas Sin player has filed a class-action lawsuit accusing the Legends Football League, formerly the Lingerie Football League, of failing to pay the required minimum wage and overtime to hundreds of employees.
John E. Williams lives in Nevada. And that was a problem for Williams, who wanted to attend the NFC Championship Game in Seattle.