1:00 PM: Two teenage girls in Orange Park, Florida were arrested on animal cruelty charges after posting Facebook video of the burning, torturing and crushing to death an endangered gopher tortoise.
12:45 PM: Yasiel Puig became the first Dodgers player since Jimmy Sheckard in 1901 to hit three triples in one game in Friday's 8-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
12:30 PM: Three motorcyclists were injured in an accident near Lexington, Indiana on Friday while taking part in a ride with Indiana Governor Mike Pence to promote motorcycle safety.
12:15 PM: The Jacksonville Jaguars announced a new 10-year, $43 million naming rights deal for EverBank Field, but the team is asking the city of Jacksonville to waive its right to collect 25 percent of the money from the deal.
12:00 PM: Auburn cornerback Jonathon Mincy has been accepted into a pre-trial diversion program over his June 27 marijuana arrest, and will likely have his charges dropped once he completes the program.
9:00 PM: KTLA profiles Blanca Ramirez, a 12-year-old La Puente, California girl who is hoping to become the youngest person to run a marathon on all seven continents. Blanca has already completed marathons in North America, Africa & Asia.
8:45 PM: As promised to 10-year-old brain cancer patient Fallon Emery, Myrtle Beach Pelicans VP & GM Andy Milovich sang "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" while getting a prostate exam during Thursday's game against the Frederick Keys.
8:30 PM: Anderson County (TN) High School QB Tyler Hicks, who recovered from a serious brain injury he suffered in 2012, was presented with the first Will McKamey Spirit Award on Thursday. The award is named in honor of a Navy football player who died after collapsing during practice last March.
8:15 PM: Former Houston Astros player Lance Berkman is joining Rice University's coaching staff as a student assistant and will be taking classes this fall to work on completing his degree.
7:45 PM: WWE wrestler Daniel Bryan caught a burglar who was trying to flee his Phoenix home on Monday night, but a second burglar managed to escape.
7:30 PM: 17 Minnesota state legislators are calling on Vikings owner Zygi Wulf to release the full report on the investigation of anti-gay remarks made by special teams coordinator Mike Preifer. The legislators also say that Preifer's three-game suspension is too lenient.
7:15 PM: Officials in Wichita Falls, Texas say a city worker was stung at least 1,000 times by Africanized killer bees when he & two co-workers were attacked by the bees at a local park on Thursday. The bees came from a hive that was described as "big as a basketball".
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