3:00 PM: IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball got married in Indianapolis Saturday in a ceremony presided over by fellow IndyCar driver & newly ordained minister James Hinchcliffe.
2:45 PM: A Philadelphia taco restaurant says it will be offering 20-cent chorizo cheese fries every time Eagles RB LeSean McCoy scores a touchdown for the rest of the season. The price refers to McCoy leaving a 20-cent tip at another local restaurant.
1:30 PM: WDRB's Rick Bozich reports former Kentucky & NBA player Rex Chapman has entered a 28-day substance abuse treatment program at a Louisville hospital. Chapman was arrested on September 19 for stealing $14,000 worth of merchandise from a Scottsdale, Arizona Apple Store.
1:15 PM: New England Patriots QB Tom Brady said on Wednesday about the noise levels at Gillette Stadium: "Our stadium has been very loud at times and we've got sometimes a great crowd, sometimes we don't have a great crowd."
1:00 PM: Appearing on WFNZ radio Wednesday, Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith said about Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera when Smith was released by the Panthers in March: "He didn't come to me man-to-man ... he said he's a player's coach ... he hid in his office."
12:45 PM: Ohio State student Anthony Wunder, who ran onto the field during last Saturday's football game only to be bodyslammed by Buckeyes assistant Anthony Schlegel, had his engineering scholarship & housing privileges revoked.
12:00 PM: An Ohio woman is suing a Downers Grove, Illinois sperm bank for sending her African-American sperm instead of white sperm. The lawsuit claims the woman "lives each day with fears, anxieties and uncertainty" about raising her mixed-race child in her all-white community.
11:30 AM: A 13-year-old Ypsilanti, Michigan boy remains in critical condition after being shocked by fencing on a metal bleacher ramp while at an eighth-grade football game at Lincoln High School Tuesday night.
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