7:15 PM: Oglala Sioux officials on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota rounded up and killed a "horse trailer full" of dogs on Thursday. An eight-year-old girl on the reservation was mauled to death by a pack of roaming dogs while she was sledding on Tuesday.
5:45 PM: A 4-year-old boy who fell down a 225-foot-tall cliff at Bodega Bay, California, has woken up from a nearly 10-day coma. Sebastion Johnson suffered a broken arm & leg and head injuries in the fall.
5:30 PM: A 19-year-old suspect has been arrested on charges stemming from an group assault on three Old Dominion University rugby players during a house party on November 2.
3:00 PM: The Duluth News-Tribune profiles Aaron Tody, who went back to school at the age of 30 and now plays nose tackle for the College of St. Scholastica: "I'm older now and hold myself to a higher standard. Whenever I see somebody having some trouble, I talk to them. I've been through a lot of stuff. I don't want them to make the same mistakes I made."
2:45 PM: Metta World Peace (a.k.a. Ron Artest) tweeted on Wednesday on the 10th anniversary of the "Malice At The Palace": "10 years ago was the worst day in my life. Glad to be moved on and working towards stronger black families in our communities!! Love YAl"
2:30 PM: The Detroit Lions' Thanksgiving home game against the Chicago Bears will feature the national anthem performed by 12-year-old America's Got Talent finalist Quintavious Johnson and a halftime performance by the Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences Show Choir.
2:00 PM: Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin is out indefinitely after suffering a fractured wrist during Wednesday's game against the New York Knicks. Martin still managed to score 37 points in the Wolves' 115-99 win.
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