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12:15 PM: Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen announces he is dealing with Alzheimer's disease and is relinquishing control of the team to president Joe Ellis.

12:00 PM: A woman who ran an animal shelter in Squaw Valley, California has been banned from possessing, rescuing, adopting or selling pets after pleading no contest to animal cruelty charges. About 61 neglected animals were found at the shelter.

11:45 AM: The Associated Press reports the organizng committee of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea is being audited.

11:30 AM: Former Levittown, Pennsylvania youth football coach & board president Keith Peschen was sentenced to 18 to 40 years in prison for raping a young girl who was a cheerleader for the team.

11:15 AM: Colorado Rockies infielder Troy Tulowitzki has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left hip flexor strain.

11:00 AM: Madras (Oregon) High School track & field coach Melissa Bowerman, daughter-in-law of Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, was arrested on charges of having sex with a 17-year-old boy on the team.

10:45 AM: Former Penn State football assistants Jay Paterno & Bill Kenney have sued the school for over $1 million after they were not retained following the firing of Joe Paterno.

10:30 AM: Three Georgia Tech football players havs been dismissed from the team and a fourth player has been suspended two games for violating the school's student-athlete conduct code.

10:15 AM: Winona State football player Shawn Afryl died after collapsing during voluntary conditioning drills on Monday night. No coaches were present at the drills due to NCAA rules.

10:00 AM: Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor was arrested on aggravated assault & family violence charges Tuesday morning for allegedly choking & striking his girlfriend.

5:45 PM: Over 70 homeless children at the Star of Hope Transitional Living Center in Houston got to enjoy 800 pounds of snow created for a Christmas in July celebration on Saturday.

5:30 PM: The Post-Gazette profiles Herb Douglas, a 92-year-old former Olympian who with University of Pittsburgh athletic director Steve Pederson has produced a 22-minute film called "The Renaissance Period of the African American in Sports".

5:15 PM: To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first Moon landing, NASA will stream online the original 1969 broadcast at the exact same time the landing occurred, starting at 10:39 ET tonight.

5:00 PM: Tennis player Sara Tomic says she gets a "lot of hatred" over the behavior of her brother Bernard: "Everyone thinks my brother's a tool - he's actually a good guy. It really frustrates me a lot."

4:45 PM: Commissioners for the American, Mid-American & Mountain West conferences said they have "no interest" in an idea from SMU coach June Jones to have the non-"Power Five" conferences play football in the spring.

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