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12:00 PM: Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt says of Astros player Jose Altuve, who broke Craig Biggio's single-season franchise hit record on Tuesday: "He's not going to hit 50 home runs, he's not going to put up those big stats but the guy just consistently goes to the ball park every day and does his job and I have a lot of respect for him."

11:45 AM: Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict is undergoing concussion protocol for the second straight week after suffering the injury in the Bengals' first two games against the Ravens & Falcons.

11:30 AM: Houston Rockets player Dwight Howard had his driver's license suspended in Florida after failing to pay a $285 fine for running a red light last April.

11:15 AM: Three high school soccer games scheduled for Wednesday in the Reno, Nevada area were canceled due to smoke from the 18,544-acre King Fire burning in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

11:00 AM: The principal of Natrona County (Wyoming) High School resigned over a back-to-school event skit where two male staff members dressed as cheerleaders and hazed new members with physical contact and sexually suggestive actions.

10:45 AM: The Tacoma News-Tribune reports that police are looking for a man who stole a handgun, watch & Washington State Cougars blanket from a local home last week.

10:30 AM: Former Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors & Sacramento Kings head coach Keith Smart has been hired as an assistant coach by the Miami Heat.

10:15 AM: Auburn safety Jermaine Whitehead will not play in Saturday's game against Kansas State after reportedly getting suspended following a verbal altercation with a coach.

10:00 AM: The Centre Daily Times reports that for Saturday's home football game against UMass, Penn State fans are planning to hold a "Joe-Out" at Beaver Stadium in tribute to former coach Joe Paterno.

9:00 PM: A Tuesday night football game between Norwood Middle School & Grace Christian Academy in Oliver Springs, Tennessee featured many tributes to Mikey Carter, a 13-year-old Norwood player who is in hospice care with terminal cancer.

8:45 PM: The mayor of Changwon, South Korea had eggs thrown at him by an assemblyman during a city meeting to discuss the relocation of a baseball stadium.

8:30 PM: Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh texted congrats to Buck Showalter after the Orioles clinched the AL East title Tuesday night.

8:15 PM: Texas Longhorns football coach Charlie Strong announced on Wednesday that QB David Ash is quitting the sport due to the concussions he has suffered.

8:00 PM: The Miami Marlins announced on Wednesday that Giancarlo Stanton is out for the rest of the season after being hit in the face by a pitch during last Thursday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers.

7:45 PM: An Indianapolis man was arrested on animal cruelty charges for killing a neighbor's cat with several blow darts.

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