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.
O.J. Simpson’s story represents one of the most dramatic falls from grace in the history of American pop culture. Here’s a timeline of major events in the life of Simpson, now 70, who is up for parole on Thursday.
After nearly nine years in a rural Nevada prison, a state board could vote this week to grant parole to one of its most infamous inmates: O.J. Simpson.
Former mixed martial arts fighter War Machine was ordered to serve 36 years to life behind bars Monday after being convicted of more than two dozen charges, including sexual assault and first-degree kidnapping.
Kenny Sanchez, the head coach of Bishop Gorman High School’s state champion football team, was found not guilty of domestic violence on Tuesday by a Las Vegas justice of the peace.
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.
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Legal troubles are mounting for prominent sports bettor David Oancea, who is better known in gaming circles as Vegas Dave.
Professional gambler David Oancea, who goes by the nickname “Vegas Dave,” was indicted Wednesday on charges that he used phony Social Security numbers to open player accounts at area casinos and sportsbooks.
Famed Las Vegas sports gambler William “Bill” Walters was convicted on Friday of insider trading charges in a scheme that prosecutors said enabled him to make more than $40 million and involved a stock tip to star professional golfer Phil Mickelson.