Here are your Tuesday morning headlines:
1. CCSD officials say they are investigating an incident where an officer used pepper spray on football players and coaches. Captain Ken Young said officers have many tools at their disposal to assist in breaking up a fight, and one officer of five found in necessary to use pepper spray to break up the crowd at the Canyon Springs-Basic football game. There is no decision yet if either team will have to forfeit this week’s games.
2. Golden Knights fans are frustrated after cable confusion made many unable to watch a preseason win over the Canucks. Many DirecTV subscribers initially couldn’t get the channel to watch the game and had to do a hard reset for the channel to work, while Prism users through CenturyLink didn’t get the channel at all. Cox Communications found a loophole to get the game on NHL Network, but then the game was blacked out in Southern Nevada. Owner Bill Foley is asking fans for patience as providers work out the issues.
3. A lucky bettor at MGM Resorts won $250,000 on a five-team parlay Monday. The unidentified man bet on 5 NFL games, but the Lions 24-10 win over the Giants sealed his win. MGM Resorts sports book director Jay Rood said the same bettor also won $30,000 on a three-team parlay on Sunday.
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