SbB LIVE FROM LA (Aug 23, 2014 @ 3:36pm ET)
3:30 PM: Donbass Arena, the home stadium for Ukrainian soccer club Shakhtar Donetsk, was damaged by two explosions from shelling on Saturday. Official say no one was injured in the blasts.
3:15 PM: Yahoo's Jeff Passan reports that Little League CEO Steve Keener, who earned $430,844 last year, says the organization might consider paying players in the future.
3:00 PM: A church & state separation group says a proposed Noah's Ark theme park in Kentucky should be denied state tax incentives due to its hiring practices. The group claims the park will only consider applicants that consider homosexuality a sin & the Bible as "literally true".
2:45 PM: Police believe a pair of crutches may have caused two children to fall 10-15 feet from a Ferris wheel at a Chelsea, Michigan community fair Thursday night. An 8-year-old boy was released from the hospital but a 16-year-old girl remains.
2:30 PM: Hawaii News Now reports that after University of Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay said the school is in danger of losing its football team, only 16,137 season tickets have been sold so far.
2:15 PM: Lawyers for the plaintiffs in the Ed O'Bannon class action lawsuit against the NCAA are seeking over $52.4 million in legal fees from the organization.
2:00 PM: The Charlotte Hornets have signed draft pick P.J. Hairston to a two-year, $2 million deal.
1:45 PM: Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler is donating $15,000 to the Jackie Robinson West Little League team and donating another $15,000 to help Chicago youth sports players with diabetes.
1:30 PM: A private hunting club in Little Falls, Minnesota who refused to host a same-sex wedding has agreed to issue an apology and pay for the couple's wedding at another venue.
1:15 PM: The Cleveland Cavaliers have officially obtained Kevin Love in a three-team deal involving the Minnesota Timberwolves & Philadelphia 76ers.
1:00 PM: Richmond, Virginia police have arrested one teenager and are looking for two others accused of provoking their pit bulls to attack and kill a neighbor's cat.
12:45 PM: Oakland Raiders linebacker Sio Moore was taken off the field on a stretcher after suffering a neck injury during Friday's preseason game against the Green Bay Packers.
12:30 PM: Washington Nationals pitcher Doug Fister revealed that he recently underwent a procedure to remove cancerous skin from the left side of his neck.
12:15 PM: The NCAA has denied an appeal from former Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham to play this season for Oklahoma. Green-Beckham will have to sit out until 2015.
12:00 PM: USA Basketball has announced its final 12-man roster for the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain.