11:00 AM: Police in East Aurora, New York say a 23-year-old man who caused several thousand dollars' worth of damage at two local golf courses over the weekend did it because he was upset that his girlfriend had dumped him.
10:45 AM: Officials say a fire that has already burned 1,000 acres in Silverado Canyon, California was ignited by sun rays reflecting off metal sheeting around a vegetable garden that was placed down to keep rodents out.
10:30 AM: Two Livermore (California) High School football players were arrested on battery & false imprisonment charges for allegedly holding down a freshman teammate and shaving his head in a locker room hazing incident last week.
10:15 AM: The Radisson hotel chain announced on Monday it is suspending its sponsorship deal with the Minnesota Vikings over Adrian Peterson's child abuse charges.
8:45 PM: Buddy Anderson of Vestavia Hills became the all-time winningest coach in Alabama high school football history Friday night, as the Rebels defeated Hewitt-Trussville 14-3 to give Anderson his 310th career victory.
8:30 PM: Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News-Tribune reports that nobody at Pete Carroll's Monday press conference mentioned that the Seattle Seahawks coach turned 63 years old today. The Seahawks lost to the San Diego Chargers 30-21 the day before.
8:15 PM: San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said about the opening night crowd at Levi's Stadium on Sunday night: "I noticed, at times, it was good and loud, yeah. A lot of times, it could be improved."
7:30 PM: Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is out for the season after suffering a ruptured right triceps during Sunday's win over the San Francisco 49ers.
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