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9:00 PM: English soccer club Millwall and its Prostate Cancer UK jersey sponsorship was recognized as the best business-charity partnership at the Institute of Fundraising Awards held Monday night.

8:45 PM: Tide detergent tweets an ad with an old LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers jersey with the message: "We can clean the dust off any uniform."

8:30 PM: The Newark Star-Ledger reports Jersey Shore cast member Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is being sued by his lawyer over $29,175.20 in unpaid legal fees.

8:15 PM: Former Ohio State football player Jim Stillwagon is suing the Delaware, Ohio police department over his arrest in an alleged road rage incident in 2012.

8:00 PM: MLB has announced the final participants in next Monday's All-Star Home Run Derby at the Minnesota Twins' Target Field.

7:45 PM: Lakewood (Ohio) High School marching band director Nathan Harris resigned Wednesday after he was arrested last month for having sexual contact with a 16-year-old boy inside Harris' car at a Cleveland park bike lot.

7:30 PM: Benches cleared in the 9th inning during Thursday's Cubs-Reds game in Cincinnati after Anthony Rizzo reacted to comments coming from the Reds' dugout.

7:15 PM: TwistedSifter.com shares photos of a 427-foot-long bike escalator in Trondheim, Norway, which helps cyclists & other wheeled pedestrians climb up a tall street hill.

7:00 PM: The Ohio State football team will be playing at least five night games next season after its November 8 game against Michigan State was moved to an 8 p.m. ET kickoff time.

6:45 PM: Appearing on ESPN's "NFL Live" Thursday, San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree said he's "getting tired" of the trash talking from Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.

6:30 PM: Former San Diego Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson is selling his Poway, California home for $3.495 million. Tomlinson previously tried to sell the home in 2011 for $5.2 million but found no buyers.

6:15 PM: Chicago's city landmarks commission on Thursday unanimously approved the Cubs' plans for a $575 million renovation of Wrigley Field. The renovations include seven new advertising signs & a large videoboard in the outfield.

6:00 PM: Two transport vans used by the Waco, Texas Boys & Girls Club had all their tires slashed sometime between Tuesday night & Wednesday morning.

5:45 PM: The Deseret News profiles Josh Anderson, a 9-year-old boy born without the lower half of his right arm who threw out the first pitch before Wednesday's Salt Lake Bees game.

5:30 PM: After $3,000 worth of online donations to a Chicago animal shelter were discovered to be bogus, donors have given over $15,000 more in real funds to the shelter.

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