SbB LIVE FROM LA (Aug 29, 2014 @ 4:58pm ET)
6:00 PM: The Jackie Robinson West Little League team will be honored by the Chicago Cubs on Monday & will sing during the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley Field.
5:45 PM: A 24-year-old Davenport, Iowa man was arrested on charges of sexually assaulting two people at the Special Olympics that were held in Ames in May.
5:30 PM: The LAPD announced Friday it was investigating whether USC cornerback Josh Shaw was involved in a domestic violence incident last weekend. Shaw admitted to making up a story about suffering an ankle injury while trying to save his nephew from drowning.
5:15 PM: The Indianapolis Star reports Colts owner Jim Irsay reached a plea deal in his impaired driving case, although details were not released. Irsay's plea hearing will be held next Tuesday.
5:00 PM: Former Boulder, Colorado police officer Sam Carter was sentenced to four years probation & 200 hours community service for trying to cover up his shooting of an elk out of season.
4:45 PM: QB Jordan Palmer has been cut by the Buffalo Bills. Now Jay Cutler can rest a little easier.
4:30 PM: San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith has been suspended nine games by the NFL for violating the league's substance abuse & personal conduct policies.
4:15 PM: Minnesota Vikings receiver Jerome Simpson on Friday lost his appeal of his three-game suspension over his drunk driving arrest last November.
4:00 PM: Seattle Mariners scout Butch Baccala said on Friday he couldn't discuss an incident of Jesus Montero allegedly throwing an ice cream sandwich at him during a game in Boise, Idaho.
3:45 PM: Second-ranked tennis player Simona Halep lost to Mirjana Lucic-Baroni 7-6 (6), 6-2 in the third round of the U.S. Open on Friday.
3:30 PM: Dan Steinberg of DC Sports Bog learns that Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder does not use e-mail nor has an address.
3:15 PM: An Avondale, Arizona homeowners' association relented and will allow a 16-year-old Eagle Scout to install a new flagpole at his charter school. The association originally rejected the flagpole due to higher insurance costs.
3:00 PM: Officials were going to take timeouts away from Vanderbilt Thursday night over their "Anchor Down" jerseys, but the Commodores presented proof that the uniforms were pre-approved by the SEC. However, Vanderbilt would go on to lose to Temple 37-7.
2:45 PM: As part of the festivities of the College Football Playoff national championship game at Arlington's AT&T Stadium in January, Dallas' American Airlines Center will be hosting a multi-day concert series with the acts to be announced in October.
2:30 PM: A Cirque du Soleil acrobat was injured after falling to the stage during a performance at the Bellagio in Las Vegas Wednesday evening. The acrobat was hospitalized but later released on Thursday.