1:45 PM: Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says he would be willing to pay for $350 million in renovations to Sun Life Stadium if he no longer has to pay property taxes on the stadium.
1:30 PM: Former Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday has brought his lawsuit against the city of Cleveland's "jock tax" to the Ohio Supreme Court. Saturday claims the city unfairly charges visiting pro sports players higher taxes than other out-of-town workers.
1:15 PM: The Dallas Stars announced Tuesday that player Rich Peverley is "resting comfortably and being monitored" at a local hospital after collapsing on the bench during Monday's game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
12:45 PM: A Franklin, Pennsylvania man was arrested on charges of stealing teeth whitening strips from a grocery store then selling the strips to a second-hand shop.
12:30 PM: The state of Colorado earned $2 million in tax revenue on the sale of legal marijuana in January.
12:15 PM: The New York Knicks announced Monday they will be owning & operating their own NBA D-League franchise in White Plains, New York starting in the 2014-15 season.
12:00 PM: Dallas Seavey finished three minutes ahead of Aily Zirkle to win this year's Iditarod sled dog race early Tuesday morning. It was the second closest finish in the race's history and Seavey's second Iditarod title in the past three years.
11:45 AM: The New York Islanders became the fourth team in NHL history to score seven goals in the third period after being shut out in the first two in Monday's 7-4 victory over the Vancouver Canucks.
11:15 AM: Attorney Karl Rominger, who worked on the defense team for convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky, has had over $300,000 worth of federal & state tax liens filed against him.
11:00 AM: Following Monday night's 112-105 loss to the L.A. Clippers, the Suns didn't get back to Phoenix until 4:30 a.m. Tuesday morning due to mechanical issues with their plane.
10:45 AM: NJ.com reports prosecutors have ended their investigation into the alleged sexual assault of a Seton Hall softball players after being unable to determine the identity of the alleged assaulter.
10:30 AM: Following the Indiana Pacers, the Miami Heat became the second NBA team this season to clinch a playoff berth after defeating the Washington Wizards 99-90 Monday night.
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