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3:45 PM: Detroit Tigers pitcher Evan Reed pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of sexually assaulting a 45-year-old woman he met at local bar last March.

3:30 PM: The attorney for former Kansas City Chiefs RB Larry Johnson said on Wednesday that his client's 2012 domestic violence case is now considered closed after a judge determined Johnson completed his community service & counseling requirements.

3:15 PM: Houston Texans running back Arian Foster tweeted on Thursday: "Media is full of propaganda and you're subjected to their agenda. Don't let them think for you. #staysuckafree"

3:00 PM: Wednesday's Quad Cities River Bandits-Clinton LumberKings minor league baseball game was interrupted by a wild opossum wandering onto the field.

2:45 PM: Female NBA referee Violet Palmer announced she will be marrying her long-time partner Tanya Stine in a ceremony in Los Angeles on Friday.

2:30 PM: Two gym teachers at a Vibgyor High School in Bangalore, India were arrested on charges of raping a six-year-old girl after holding her back after a class.

2:15 PM: The parents of a Scots College (Australia) student who drowned during a 1999 school hike have been ordered to pay the school's $8.3 million legal fees. The parents had been seeking $300 million from the school, claiming their son's death had hurt their cleaning products business.

2:00 PM: A St. Charles, Michigan man died Wednesday after crashing his car into an abandoned home filled with bees. People nearby tried to help the man but were driven back by huge swarms of the bees.

1:45 PM: Derek Jeter said it was a "pretty special feeling" to have former President George W. Bush honor him before Wednesday's game against the Texas Rangers: "I didn't know he was going to be on the field .... That's definitely a memory I'll have for a long time. It's a gift within itself."

1:30 PM: Six board members of the Hegewisch Babe Ruth youth baseball league in Chicago resigned Wednesday amid criticism of their decision to allow a convicted cop killer to coach in the league. Dean Chavez was convicted in the 1989 beating death of officer John Matthews.

1:15 PM: A 37-year-old woman is in critical condition and has been placed in a medically induced coma after she was struck by a speeding ATV while leaving a New Orleans nightclub Sunday night. The driver & passenger on the ATV fled the accident.

1:00 PM: Chicago Sky WNBA player Elena Delle Donne is expected to play Thursday against the New York Liberty after missing 17 of the Sky's last 18 games while dealing with Lyme disease: "I've been able to get rid of the tremors and some other things, but other stuff I'm going to have to play through."

12:45 PM: Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard has reportedly sold his Montgomery County home for $2.95 million. The sale is expected to close in mid-August.

12:30 PM: Aberdeen, Maryland police say they still have no suspects or leads in the July 2012 kidnapping of Vi Ripken, mother of Baltimore Orioles Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr.

12:15 PM: U.S. Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-Connecticut) introduced legislation Wednesday proposing to place a federal tax on soda & other sugary drinks.

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