11:15 AM: Attorney Karl Rominger, who worked on the defense team for convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky, has had over $300,000 worth of federal & state tax liens filed against him.
11:00 AM: Following Monday night's 112-105 loss to the L.A. Clippers, the Suns didn't get back to Phoenix until 4:30 a.m. Tuesday morning due to mechanical issues with their plane.
10:45 AM: NJ.com reports prosecutors have ended their investigation into the alleged sexual assault of a Seton Hall softball players after being unable to determine the identity of the alleged assaulter.
10:30 AM: Following the Indiana Pacers, the Miami Heat became the second NBA team this season to clinch a playoff berth after defeating the Washington Wizards 99-90 Monday night.
10:00 AM: The NHL announced Monday night that Dallas Stars player Rich Peverley was "doing well and in stable condition" after collapsing on the bench during Monday's game against the Columbus Blue Jackets. The game was postponed during the first period and will be resumed at a later date.
7:15 PM: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports an unnamed Korean War veteran asked & got permission to place an American flag at the top of a 50-foot-high snow pile in the parking lot of a suburban Glendale shopping center.
7:00 PM: Faced with a $2 million lawsuit from a person who claims they beat him up outside a frat house last year, Ole Miss football players Denzel & Robert Nkemdiche have filed a countersuit against their accuser.
6:45 PM: Former Chicago Blackhawks & current Oklahoma City Barons player Ben Eager has been suspended one game by the American Hockey League for "abuse of officials" during Sunday's game against the Rochester Americans.
6:30 PM: The Agape Christian and Foundation Academy boys' basketball teams in have been fined $350 each & placed on probation through the end of the 2014-15 season for their fight during a Florida high school regional semifinal game on February 18.
5:00 PM: Washington Nationals player Denard Span says about the new physique of teammate Bryce Harper: "He looks like Brian Urlacher out there playing left field."
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