6:00 PM: Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski reports Chris Bosh has agreed to a five-year, $118 million deal to return to the Miami Heat.
4:45 PM: AL.com reports that no memorial services are planned for Tracker, an Alabama Department of Corrections beagle who was shot and killed while pursuing a child rape and incest suspect.
4:30 PM: The Tulsa City Council approved a permit for Street Outlaws, a Discovery Channel show about illegal drag racing, to film drag racing scenes on its city streets on Saturday.
4:00 PM: Miami Heat owner Micky Arison tweeted about LeBron James returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers: "I am shocked & disappointed in today's news. However I will never forget what Lebron brought us for 4 years. Thanks for memories @KingJames"
11:45 AM: Two former Nike employees & a Florida shoe collector have been indicted on numerous charges for stealing & reselling limited-edition Nike sneakers.
11:30 AM: Chick-Fil-A is the new head sponsor of the College Football Hall of Fame, which is scheduled to open in Atlanta on August 23.
10:15 AM: Former North Carolina basketball player Antawn Jamison, said about former Tar Heel Rashad McCants, who accused the school of academic misconduct: "I just think he's a clown. I think he's in a situation where he's looking for attention. It's just sad."
10:00 AM: The Houston Texans and Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo have unveiled a $66 million plan to tear down the Astrodome & turn the site into an open-space park.
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