4:30 PM: Former doubles player Katrina Adams has been named the new president of the U.S. Tennis Association, effective January 1. Adams will become the first African-American & first former pro to hold the position.
4:15 PM: The Allegheny County controller says county executive Rich Fitzgerald has blocked her efforts to audit ticket distribution by the Pittsburgh-Allegheny County Sports & Exhibition Authority to local sports & entertainment events.
3:00 PM: The Florida A&M football team was paid a visit by former Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden on Wednesday.
2:45 PM: Authorities searching the Jeep of Harold Henthorn, who is accused of pushing his wife off a cliff to her death during a hike in the Rocky Mountain National Park, say they found a map with an "X" marked at the spot where she fell.
1:15 PM: The Associated Press reports the gunman who shot three students at Florida State's library Wednesday night was a former law student named Myron May, who was himself shot and killed by police.
12:30 PM: The Columbus Dispatch reports Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson has declared bankruptcy due to financial mismanagement by his parents.
12:15 PM: After the anthem singer's microphone cut out during the Star Spangled Banner before Tuesday's Toronto Maple Leafs-Nashville Predators game, fans at the Air Canad Centre sang along to complete the song.
11:30 AM: The Oklahoman reports a group of Norman High School students plan to walk out on Monday in protest of the treatment of a sexual assault victim, The students say the victim has been bullied by other classmates and told by school administrators to stay home until things calm down.
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