2:15 PM: The Fukuoka Softbank Hawks defeated the Hanshin Tigers 1-0 on Thursday to win the 2014 Japan Series. The game ended when Tigers batter Tsuyoshi Nishioka was called out for running outside the first base line while trying to beat a double play.
1:30 PM: WATE reports that two members of a "Stop The Violence" movement in Washington, Pennsylvania were arrested for attacking a former roommate and kicking him unconscious. The members believed that the roommate was stealing other items as he was moving out.
1:15 PM: WAVY-TV reports that Camden County (NC) High School math teacher Cynthia Ramsey is under investigation for allegedly saying she would kill all black people if she had only 10 days to live. Ramsey was suspended with pay for a short time but has since returned to the classroom.
12:45 PM: Two people were shot & bus service was suspended Thursday night as San Francisco Giants fans filled the streets to celebrate the Giants' World Series victory.
11:30 AM: WBIR reports that a story about former Tennessee Volunteers football coach Lane Kiffin forgetting to pay for a $14 haircut has led to a donation drive for the United Way of Greater Knoxville.
11:00 AM: Mike Mulligan of the Chicago Tribune reports that current Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was "bothered" by some of the requests during his 2013 coaching interview with the Bears, such as doing a mock news conference and keeping Rod Marinelli as defensive coordinator.
10:45 AM: Former Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper Bryan Lee pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of forcing female motorists to engage in sexual conduct while they were under arrest or handcuffed.
10:30 AM: Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that former Dolphins QB Dan Marino has been privately tutoring current Dolphins QBs Ryan Tannehill & Matt Moore.
10:00 AM: Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews is reportedly selling his Lakeshore East condo for $2.25 million.
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