11:00 AM: WHDH reports 18-year-old Sean Murphy was arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a woman at a Keith Urban concert in Mansfield, Massachusetts last Saturday.
9:00 PM: Akron, Ohio mayor Don Plusquellic helped chase down a man who had stolen a friend's purse during a downtown music show Friday night. The man had tried to get a $100 ransom to return the purse, but Plusquellic convinced him to give the purse back & surrender to police.
8:30 PM: From The Onion: "According to a new study published Monday by the University of Pennsylvania, the overwhelming majority of football fans are far more informed on the health of NFL players than that of their own parents."
8:00 PM: WDTV reports witness intimidation charges against West Virginia running back Wendell Smallwood have been dropped. Smallwood faced the charges involving a 2012 shooting death in Wilmington, Delaware.
7:45 PM: Former pro wrestler & Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura won a $1.8 million defamation lawsuit against the estate of former Navy SEAL turned author Chris Kyle. Kyle claimed in his book "American Sniper" that he punched out Ventura at a bar, an incident Ventura denied ever happened.
7:30 PM: A jury on Monday found Ed Thomas not guilty in the October 18 shooting death of Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed. A second suspect, Kristopher Pratt, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Reed's death.
7:15 PM: New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees said on Tuesday about wanting to play in the NFL until he's 45: "I'm serious. But I'm not delusional. I know that that's something that would be extremely difficult to do."
6:45 PM: Whoopi Goldberg said she agreed with Stephen A. Smith's comments about men hitting women back: "You have to teach women, do not live with this idea that men have this chivalry thing still with them; don't assume that that is still in place."
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