7:15 PM: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports an unnamed Korean War veteran asked & got permission to place an American flag at the top of a 50-foot-high snow pile in the parking lot of a suburban Glendale shopping center.
7:00 PM: Faced with a $2 million lawsuit from a person who claims they beat him up outside a frat house last year, Ole Miss football players Denzel & Robert Nkemdiche have filed a countersuit against their accuser.
6:45 PM: Former Chicago Blackhawks & current Oklahoma City Barons player Ben Eager has been suspended one game by the American Hockey League for "abuse of officials" during Sunday's game against the Rochester Americans.
6:30 PM: The Agape Christian and Foundation Academy boys' basketball teams in have been fined $350 each & placed on probation through the end of the 2014-15 season for their fight during a Florida high school regional semifinal game on February 18.
5:00 PM: Washington Nationals player Denard Span says about the new physique of teammate Bryce Harper: "He looks like Brian Urlacher out there playing left field."
4:30 PM: Former Detroit Lions kicker Jason Hanson says he feels bad for never winning a championship for former owner William Clay Ford: "I think many of us that cared knew that we were letting him and the family down. So that's a great disappointment that we share."
4:15 PM: The International Ski Federation has reached a settlement with the family of Nik Zoricic, a Canadian skier who died from injuries suffered at a 2012 World Cup skicross event in Switzerland.
4:00 PM: A 41-year-old fan of Brazilian soccer club Auto Esporte died after falling from the stands while celebrating a goal during Sunday's match against Sousa.
3:30 PM: Led by Randy Moss' daughter Sydney Moss, the Thomas More women's basketball team set a new NCAA Division III tournament scoring record in Saturday's 120-86 win over John Carroll. The Saints advance to the section semifinals where they will play Texas-Tyler on Friday.
3:00 PM: The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the Easton, Pennsylvania school district after their ban on "I (heart) Boobies!" bracelets was struck down. The bracelets are distributed by a non-profit breast cancer awareness foundation.
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