9:00 PM: KTLA profiles Blanca Ramirez, a 12-year-old La Puente, California girl who is hoping to become the youngest person to run a marathon on all seven continents. Blanca has already completed marathons in North America, Africa & Asia.
8:45 PM: As promised to 10-year-old brain cancer patient Fallon Emery, Myrtle Beach Pelicans VP & GM Andy Milovich sang "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" while getting a prostate exam during Thursday's game against the Frederick Keys.
8:30 PM: Anderson County (TN) High School QB Tyler Hicks, who recovered from a serious brain injury he suffered in 2012, was presented with the first Will McKamey Spirit Award on Thursday. The award is named in honor of a Navy football player who died after collapsing during practice last March.
8:15 PM: Former Houston Astros player Lance Berkman is joining Rice University's coaching staff as a student assistant and will be taking classes this fall to work on completing his degree.
7:45 PM: WWE wrestler Daniel Bryan caught a burglar who was trying to flee his Phoenix home on Monday night, but a second burglar managed to escape.
7:30 PM: 17 Minnesota state legislators are calling on Vikings owner Zygi Wulf to release the full report on the investigation of anti-gay remarks made by special teams coordinator Mike Preifer. The legislators also say that Preifer's three-game suspension is too lenient.
7:15 PM: Officials in Wichita Falls, Texas say a city worker was stung at least 1,000 times by Africanized killer bees when he & two co-workers were attacked by the bees at a local park on Thursday. The bees came from a hive that was described as "big as a basketball".
6:45 PM: Indiana women's basketball coach Curt Miller announced his resignation on Friday after two seasons with the Hooisers, citing "personal health and family reasons". Miller had suffered a mild stroke during a game while coaching for Bowling Green in 2012.
6:30 PM: Miles Reme, a 20-year-old former Fort Lee (New Jersey) High School baseball player, was killed in a car crash early Thursday morning that seriously injured two other former Fort Lee athletes. Reme was a passenger in a car that swerved and crashed into the side of a building.
6:00 PM: Shandel Richardson of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel tweeted from Friday's Miami Dolphins media session: "Dolphins owner Stephen Ross just asked the media, 'Why is everyone here?' A writer responded, 'LeBron left.'"
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