9:00 PM: Three children at Tuesday's Oklahoma City RedHawks game won a tug-of-war contest against the team's mascot, thanks to some help from their U.S. National Guard father who made a surprise visit following a nine-month tour in Afghanistan.
8:45 PM: The Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District is honoring Gary Kula, an Omaha police officer who managed to safely remove & rescue 5,000 honeybees from a home last month.
7:45 PM: A Scottdale (Arizona) Community College football player was arrested for stealing $670 worth of items from a Sports Authority store. Police say the player admitted to selling the stolen items to his teammates.
7:30 PM: Matt Sandusky, son of former Penn State football assistant & convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky, had an interview with Oprah Winfrey about the sexual abuse he suffered under his father. The interview will air on the Oprah Winfrey Network on July 17.
7:15 PM: A funeral was held in Irvington, New Jersey Wednesday for Cheyanne Bond, a 17-year-old Malcolm X Shabazz High School cheerleader who was shot and killed while walking on a Newark street two weeks ago.
6:30 PM: Responding to Cris Carter's comments that the Cleveland Browns should cut Josh Gordon, Michael Irvin said that Carter once told Irvin's wife to leave him over Irvin's drug use: "I was so irked with Cris because he was out of line then. His a** is out of line now."
6:15 PM: A jury ruled on Wednesday that the L.A. Dodgers were partly liable in the 2011 stadium parking lot beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, but former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt was not liable.
5:15 PM: Texas A&M announced Tuesday night that it has finished work on its new 47-foot-high by 163-foot wide-videoboard at Kyle Field, which will be the largest stadium videoboard in college football.
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