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1:30 PM: Two 13-year-olds were injured after falling off a Sidewinder ride at a church bazaar in El Paso, Texas Sunday evening.

1:15 PM: The U.S. defeated New Zealand 98-71 on Tuesday to earn a spot in the Round of 16 at the FIBA World Cup in Spain.

1:00 PM: Desmond Hague, CEO of stadium food provider Centerplate, resigned from his position Tuesday after video surfaced online of him kicking a dog in an apartment complex elevator.

12:45 PM: Former NFL receiver Andre Rison, who is on probation for over $300,000 in back child support, is currently working as an assistant football coach at Ann Arbor Skyline High School.

12:30 PM: Wisconsin tight end T.J. Watt, brother of Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, is out indefinitely with a knee injury.

12:15 PM: Spain & Greece became the first teams to qualify for the Round of 16 at the FIBA World Cup after their victories Monday against Brazil & Puerto Rico.

12:00 PM: Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay was sentenced to one year probation after pleading guilty to misdemeanor impaired driving charges on Tuesday.

11:45 AM: English Premier League clubs spent a record $1.38 billion on players during this year's summer transfer window, almost twice as much as any other European soccer league.

11:30 AM: A suspect has been arrested in the shooting death of Kendall Magee, the older brother of Mississippi State football player Jameon Lewis.

11:15 AM: After helping rush a heart attack victim to the hospital last week, firefighters in Baytown, Texas returned to the man's home to help finish mowing his yard.

11:00 AM: Serving a four-game suspension to start the season, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Robert Mathis left a photo & message at his locker on Monday telling his teammates: "Don't take the sport you play for granted."

10:45 AM: Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich said about Bobby Petrino getting a 31-13 victory over Miami Monday night in his first game in his second stint as Cardinals coach: "I would say this was his greatest win as a coach just because how much pressure was on his shoulders."

10:30 AM: A young boy was killed and another boy was injured when they were struck by lightning while swimming in a creek near Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania on Sunday.

10:15 AM: WPTV reports an 11-year-old boy with autism died in a sailboat fire caused by a propane tank explosion in Stuart, Florida on Sunday.

10:00 AM: The Houston Texans have signed defensive end J.J. Watt to a six-year, $100 million contract extension with $51.876 million in guaranteed money.

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