5:45 PM: UFC fighter Ronda Rousey tells AdWeek that she'd like to keep her sponsorship deals to a minimum: "You give yourself more value if you don't walk out looking like a race car covered in ads. I like to think my sponsors are valued more because it's more clean looking."
5:30 PM: WDRB reports that police are treating the death of University of Louisville cheerleader Danielle Cogswell as a "suspected overdose". Cogswell was found dead in her off-campus apartment Monday morning.
5:15 PM: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett hosted a rally at a minor league soccer stadium in Pittsburgh Wednesday to oppose stricter EPA regulations on coal-burning power plants.
4:45 PM: FOX Sports reporter Jay Glazer tweeted Tuesday that Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Terence Newman invited a homeless man to join the duo for lunch: "We buy him lunch and then yes, T New starts eating the poor guy's fries"
4:30 PM: Tennis player Rafael Nadal is withdrawing from upcoming tournaments in Toronto & Cincinnati due to a right wrist injury.
4:15 PM: Two men who were found not guilty in last year's stabbing of Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Mike Adams have been sentenced on charges of fleeing police. Jerrell Whitlock received 18 to 36 months in jail, while Dquay Means received three years probation & 300 hours community service.
4:00 PM: A social media manager for a Provo, Utah English-language learning center said he was fired from the center for writing about homophones and trying to "promote a gay agenda". Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings & spellings.
3:15 PM: The Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader reports a 15-year-old boy suffered second-degree burns after taking part in a "fire challenge", where a person pours flammable liquid on themselves & set themselves on fire. The boy reportedly got the idea from a YouTube video.
2:30 PM: Houston Texans owner Bob McNair said he wouldn't oppose a possible Oakland Raiders move to San Antonio, but added that half the fans in the stands at the Alamodome "would be ours".
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