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.
3:30 PM: Maarten de Jonge a Dutch cyclist for Malaysia's Terengganu team, said he was originally scheduled on both Malaysian Airlines flights that ended in tragedy this year. Flight 17 was shot down over the Ukraine on Thursday while Flight 370 went missing over the Indian Ocean in March.
3:15 PM: St. Louis Rams linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar & NBA free agent Donte Green were arrested after allegedly fighting outside a Miami Beach nightclub early Sunday morning.
3:00 PM: A former East Gaston (North Carolina) High School wrestler testified Friday about the sexual abuse he suffered under coach Gary "Scott" Goins, including Goins sometimes wearing a wig and "bringing a prop".
2:45 PM: Part of a state highway near Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin was closed for an hour Sunday after a medical helicopter landed on the road to treat a skydiver who fell & missed her target by 3/4 of a mile.
2:30 PM: John Kryk of the Toronto Sun reports that possible Buffalo Bills buyers Jon Bon Jovi & Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum have been telling people that they are "committed" to keeping the team in Western New York.
2:15 PM: The Newark (NJ) Anti-Violence Coalition plans to hold a rally Wednesday to help push authorities to make an arrest in the shooting death of 17-year-old cheerleader Cheyanne Bond, who was killed on a Newark street on June 29.
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