12:30 PM: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is contesting a $7,000 federal fine after eight acrobats were injured during a hair-hanging stunt at a performance in Providence, Rhode Island last May.
12:15 PM: As part of the new 1,063-page federal spending bill, federal agents will no longer be allowed to raid medical marijuana stores in states where the stores are legal.
11:15 AM: The family of Gordie Howe says that despite suffering from two strokes in the past three months, the NHL Hall of Famer plans to attend the Kinsmen Club celebrity dinner in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan next February. Wayne Gretzky is also scheduled to attend the event.
10:30 AM: A 15-year-old boy on Wednesday admitted to shooting & killing his foster father and another man in an Oregon cabin during a 2012 hunting trip.
10:15 AM: An 8-year-old blind student at a North Kansas City elementary school had his cane taken away and replaced with a swimming pool noodle. School officials took the cane after the boy hit another student on a school bus.
10:00 AM: Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving said on Wednesday after signing coach Bob Hartley to a multi-year contract extension: "This should send a clear message to our dressing room that Bob is not only the coach for today, but moving forward."
8:45 PM: 70-year-old Leavenworth, Kansas resident Jim Hattok took to social media to help dissuade the city from making him take down his 10-foot-tall Christmas tree made of hubcaps & license plates.
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