2:00 PM: The city of Orem, Utah will not file charges against a PacSun store after a woman complained of the store's "risque" t-shirts - the same woman who recently made news by purchasing all the shirts in the store.
1:45 PM: A Fairfield, Ohio woman has organized a virtual 5K run open to anyone around the world through March 16. The run is to help raise money toward a reward for information leading to those responsible for the 2012 murder of her father in Orlando.
1:30 PM: LeBron James was among those in attendance in Cleveland Saturday for the jersey retirement ceremony of former Cavaliers player Zydrunas Ilgauskas.
1:00 PM: Former Memphis Tigers & current Charlotte Bobcats player Chris Douglas-Roberts tweeted following Saturday's loss to the Grizzlies: "Sucks we lost. But on bright side, thank you Memphis. Always wanted to make you proud. I'm sorry I couldn't take every picture. Love."
12:45 PM: Troy Aikman, Roger Staubach & Dirk Nowitzki were among those in attendance for the jersey retirement ceremony of former Dallas Stars player Mike Modano on Saturday.
12:30 PM: A referee at a youth hockey game in Cromwell, Connecticut was arrested for physically removing a player from the ice. The referee was charged with breach of peace and risk of injury to a minor.
12:15 PM: Camden (New Jersey) High School wrestler Andrew Stevens arrived late with only 1 minute 30 seconds remaining in his state semifinal match on Saturday, but still managed to defeat his opponent 3-1 in overtime.
6:45 PM: After beating High Point on a last-second three-pointer on Friday, Winthrop defeated UNC Asheville 80-79 on Saturday to advance to the Big South tournament title game, where the Eagles will face Coastal Carolina on Sunday.
6:00 PM: After the Miami Marlins reportedly complained about the Boston Red Sox sending a "minor league line-up" to Thursday's spring training game, Red Sox owner John Henry tweeted: "They should apologize for their regular season lineup."
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