6:30 PM: Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning Ohio State football fans about buying Sugar Bowl tickets online after two fans each lost $800 trying to buy tickets through Craigslist.
6:00 PM: For Thursday's Christmas Day home game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Miami Heat say they will have pre-game video tributes to ex-Heat players LeBron James & James Jones.
5:45 PM: Delaware Online reports former Tower Hill School headmaster Christopher D. Wheeler was found guilty on 25 counts of child pornography on Monday. Wheeler faces a minimum of 50 years in prison when he is sentenced on March 27.
5:30 PM: WCNC reports former Charlotte Checkers hockey player Bogdan Rudenko has been cleared of murder charges in the 2009 death of Yuriy Kharutokov. The mutilated body of Kharutokov was found behind an auto repair shop in Stallings, North Carolina.
5:15 PM: The South Bend Tribune reports a man who had stolen a car & led police on a chase Monday was caught after jumping into a lake on the Notre Dame campus. Joshua Ringle stayed in the lake for over 30 minutes threatening to shoot police, but no gun was found after his arrest.
5:00 PM: A Nevada state assemblyman from Las Vegas has proposed a bill that would ban Bishop Gorman High School from the state's football playoffs. Harvey Munford argues that Gorman, a Catholic prep school that just won its sixth straight state title, has unfair advantages over the public schools they play.
4:15 PM: Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola has been suspended from next Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers after stomping on the ankle of Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ego Ferguson during yesterday's game.
4:00 PM: A woman who claims former San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald sexually assaulted her at his home said the assault happened after she passed out by his pool and hit her head on the ground.
3:30 PM: Chicago Bears QB Jimmy Clausen suffered a concussion after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit from Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah during Sunday's game.
3:15 PM: San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy said on Monday that despite dealing with a bulging disc in his lower back, QB Philip Rivers will play next Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
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