Here are your Thursday morning headlines:
1. One person is dead after a rollover crash in the south valley Wednesday night. Police responded to a crash near Eastern Avenue and Pebble Road around 10:40 p.m. involving a silver minivan, a red sedan and a overturned black sedan. Three others were injured in the crash.
2. The FBI’s criminal complaint Tuesday that led to 10 arrests included three meetings in Las Vegas. The Review-Journal reviewed the complaint and found three meetings in Las Vegas between March and July involving coaches from the University of Arizona, University of Louisville and the University of Southern California. The complaint outlines meetings between the coaches and two sports management agents who allegedly bribed assistant coaches to encourage their players to sign with their firm after leaving school and turning pro.
3. Playboy founder Hugh Hefner died Wednesday night at his Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles. The 91-year-old was a frequent Las Vegas visitor, and recently celebrated his 85th birthday at Playboy Club at the Palms before it’s closure in 2012. In a statement Wednesday night, Palms General Manager John Gray expressed condolences to Hefner’s family and Playboy Enterprises.
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