Nevada

  • Could O.J. Simpson’s parole victory be overturned ???

    Last month, before voting to release O.J. Simpson from prison after nine years, the Nevada parole board discussed in detail the robbery that put him behind bars and his conduct as an inmate. But one piece of Mr. Simpson’s record escaped the notice of the board, the news media,...
  • Homeless Man robs bank in order to go Back to prison!

    A Nevada homeless man claims he robbed a bank so he could seek refuge in prison. Tommy Ray McAdoo, 78, confessed to committing a bank robbery in order to be sent back to prison. He will be sentenced in federal court Tuesday in Reno, NV and faces up to...
  • O.J. Simpson moved to another cell away from inmates

    (CNN)Prison officials in Nevada announced Friday they have moved O.J. Simpson to a new cell and away from any inmates who might want to hurt or harass him in the months before he is set to be released. A Nevada parole board on Thursday decided Simpson should be freed...
  • Blazing Fires Destroys 8 Structures Near Yosemite!

    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — As wildfires rage throughout the western U.S., one California blaze in the rugged mountains outside of Yosemite National Park destroyed eight structures and forced thousands of nearby residents to flee their homes. As of Tuesday evening, the fire had scorched 39 square miles (101 square...
  • Retired correctional officer describes O.J. Simpson’s prison life

    A “cruise ship with barbed wire” is how a retired correctional officer describes the prison where O.J. Simpson has been for almost nine years. Simpson is set to appear before the Nevada Board of Parole Thursday and could be released from prison as soon as Oct. 1. But Jeffrey...
  • Demand outweighs supply in Nevada’s Legal Marijuana industry

    (CARSON CITY, Nev.) — Responding to overwhelming demand at Nevada’s new recreational marijuana stores, state regulators approved Nevada’s first two pot distribution licenses and were considering emergency regulations Thursday aimed at licensing more.The state Tax Commission was expected to approve emergency rules endorsed by Gov. Brian Sandoval to address...
  • From DMV to Federal Prison…Career criminal makes the wrong stop

    A career criminal who turned violent after escaping federal custody and fleeing to Nevada has been brought back to justice, according to a Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles news release. Robert Frederick Nelson, 64, of North Las Vegas committed a string of violent felonies in Nevada after he escaped...
  • Dispensaries running out of weed in Nevada!

    Nevada dispensaries licensed to sell recreational marijuana are running out of pot less than a week after the legal market came to life, according to the state Department of Taxation. On Friday, taxation officials announced that Gov. Brian Sandoval had endorsed the department’s “statement of emergency,” allowing state officials to consider...
  • Man hired hitman to kill his 6th wife….sentenced to death

    A Nevada jury sentenced to death a man convicted of killing the hitman he’d hired to murder his sixth wife, PEOPLE confirms. Last week, jurors found Thomas Randolph, 62, guilty on two counts of first-degree murder. On Wednesday, they handed down two death sentences for the 2008 murders —...