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7:00 PM: Macon Southwest (Georgia) High School football player Jedarrius Meadows is one of three people facing charges in the February shooting death of 16-year-old Damion "Little Petey" Clayton at a local Little League ball field.

6:45 PM: Former New England Patriots defensive back Ty Law was inducted into the team's Hall of Fame in a ceremony in Foxboro on Friday.

6:30 PM: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports 24-year-old Aaron J. Evenson has been arrested on felony assault charges after punching a man who was trying to stop Evenson from abusing a cat.

6:15 PM: Scotland (North Carolina) High School hosted a prayer vigil Thursday night for QB Jaylend Ratliffe, who suffered a fractured skull in an ATV accident Tuesday.

6:00 PM: The Orlando Sentinel profiles Thomas Rebman, a teacher who spent nearly 30 days as a homeless person: "The worst is the way you're treated - worse than any dog. I would sit there with my sign - 'No Drugs. No booze. Please help me get a job' - and people would curse me. They'd say, 'You lazy (expletive)!' Or they'd yell out, 'Get a job'."

5:45 PM: Nike reportedly emailed Florida State last November asking Jimbo Fisher to not have his 9-year-old son wear Under Armour apparel during games.

5:30 PM: Kentucky State University interim president Raymond Burse is giving up over $90,000 of his salary to help raise the minimum wage of university workers.

5:15 PM: Former Folsom, California swim coach Eric Johnston was sentenced to 12 years in prison for trying to have sex with a 13-year-old girl at a local hotel.

5:00 PM: Incoming basketball player Trayvon Reed will not be allowed to enroll at Maryland after his arrest on assault & theft charges Wednesday night. Reed fought with police after he was caught stealing items from a College Park 7-Eleven.

4:45 PM: Ohio State defensive lineman Tracy Sprinkle was given a 30-day suspended sentence & two years probation after pleading no contest to failing to comply with a police officer in a July 5 incident outside a Lorain bar.

4:30 PM: NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon said on Friday that his back "will never be the same" after injuring it during the Coca Cola 600 in Charlotte last May.

4:15 PM: Former Miami Hurricanes linebacker turned linebackers coach Michael Barrow left the program on Friday to reportedly take care of his ailing mother.

4:00 PM: Roger Staubach was among the former Dallas Cowboys players to attend Friday's funeral for former teammate Robert Newhouse, who died last week at the age of 64.

3:45 PM: Golf.com reports Dustin Johnson has been suspended six months from the PGA Tour after testing positive for cocaine.

3:30 PM: The Oregon Ferret Shelter will be hosting a ferret festival at a city park in West Linn on Saturday, with games & events and a ferret steampunk costume contest.

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