8:45 PM: KXAN profiles Gabe Gigout, a 15-year-old weightlifter from Elgin, Texas who does not have the use of his legs due to spina bifida, but who won his division at the world bench press championships in Denmark last May.
8:15 PM: Charles Barkley has offered to pay for the funeral of three young children who were killed when they were struck by a carjacked SUV that had plowed into their fruit stand in Philadelphia last Friday.
8:00 PM: The Oklahoman reports East Central University will pay $15,000 in a settlement to a former women's soccer player. Traebiyana Dimanche claimed she was kicked off the team as retaliation for complaining about racial discrimination.
7:45 PM: Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said on Wednesday he "loved" the Ray Rice has been handling his two-game suspension: "And for anybody out there who's going to misconstrue that and just write, 'John Harbaugh is proud of Ray,' then shame on you."
7:30 PM: Penn State offensive line coach Herb Hand tweeted on Wednesday that the team dropped a potential recruit "due to his social media presence": "Actually glad I got to see the 'real' person before we offered him."
6:15 PM: A witness testified in court Wednesday that soccer player Bassel Abdul-Amir Saad tried to leave the scene after fatally punching a referee during a June 29 game in Livonia, Michigan.
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.
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