9:00 PM: Police in Burnsville, Minnesota say they identified a home burglary suspect by sampling DNA from an empty beer can the suspect left at the scene of the crime. An arrest warrant has been issued for 41-year-old James Leavell over the burglary.
8:45 PM: Julie Harper was found not guilty Wednesday of first-degree murder charges in the 2012 shooting death of her husband, former Carlsbad (California) High School volleyball coach Jason Harper. Julie had claimed she shot Jason in self-defense when he tried to sexually assault her.
7:45 PM: Michael Dunn was sentenced to life without parole after being found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis. Dunn had shot Davis at a Jacksonville gas station in 2012 after complaining that the rap music in Davis' car was too loud.
7:15 PM: Authorities in Council Bluffs, Iowa say a 16-year-old student will not face criminal charges for punching a 17-year-old student during a school fight that led to the 17-year-old's death. Dakota Escritt appeared to be the aggressor in the fight when he fell after a punch from Gregary Teer.
7:00 PM: University of Cincinnati director of football player welfare & development Antrione Archer, who was fired after being accused of exposing himself in a grocery store, denies the charges and plans to appeal his firing.
6:45 PM: FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says the agency will consider a petition calling for the ban of the Washington Redskins' name from public airwaves.
6:30 PM: Rory McIlroy tweeted on Wednesday: "Thanks everyone for all the @PGATOUR Player of the Year congrats! Always an honour for your hard work to be recognised by your peers!"
6:15 PM: Western Sydney Wanderers defeated FC Seoul 2-0 Wednesday to advance to the Asian Champions League final. The Wanderers hope to become the first Australian soccer team to win the Asian final as they will face Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal.
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