Chris Bosh reportedly went to the hospital on Thursday for checkup on his lungs.
According to Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press, Bosh did not make a return to New York City a week after participating in the NBA All-Star Game and instead stayed in Miami and underwent tests.
Citing an anonymous source, the report says that the Heat will get the real score of Bosh's lung health Friday, just before they take on the New York Knicks. more >>
DAYTONA BEACH--Danica Patrick's car crashed with four others while in practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup at the Daytona International Circuit.
Patrick was completing the second lap of her run when Denny Hamlin tried to overtake her at the middle, also locking horns with Casey Mears. Patrick's car then hit the wall and stopped into the grass with damage on the front. Michael Annett and Jeb Burton also got involved in the incident with both their cars also damaged.
Patrick left the infield care center without any injury, but she expressed dismay after her No. 10 Chevrolet got damaged in the incident. more >>
A Florida church was the possible victim of a hate crime this week after vandals set fire to the building and spray painted swastikas and the Islamic phrase "Allahu Akbar" along its walls.
New Shiloh Christian Church of Melbourne, a rapidly growing church founded in 1997, was vandalized sometime early Monday morning.
A school district in Florida is considering a complaint sent by a Washington, D.C.-based atheist organization regarding a high school's morning announcement including the phrase "God Bless America."
The legal arm of the American Humanist Association recently sent a letter of complaint to Nassau County School District and Yulee High School on behalf of two students who took issue with the phrase "God bless America" being used on the school intercom.
A legal law group representing atheist students in Florida has said that a daily morning announcement at Yulle High School which includes the statement "God bless America" is a constitutional violation. The school has, in turn, agreed make the student who added the phrase on his own accord to stop saying it.
"Students at Yulee High are free to express their beliefs all day long, but not during the school announcement. This student deviated from the script and has been instructed (not to) deviate from the script; he is a good student and he meant no harm," said Nassau County schools spokesperson Sheryl Wood in a reply earlier this week, according to USA Today.
The complaint against the "God Bless America" phrase was made by two atheist students who contacted the American Humanist Association. The Appignani Humanist Legal Center, the legal arm of the AHA, then sent a letter to Drake and Nassau County Schools Superintendent John L. Ruis, where it calls the student's statement a "constitutional violation." more >>
The school board of Orange County, Florida voted on Tuesday to ban the distribution of Bibles and all other religious materials at its public schools in order to prevent The Satanic Temple organization from handing out Satanic coloring books to students.
WFTV reported that board members voted 7-1 to amend school policy and ban all religious materials. The move is in response to The Satanic Temple attempting to offer coloring books and fact sheets to students in the Fall of 2014, after another group, World Changers of Florida, had offered Bibles.
The Liberty Counsel, which is representing the Christian group, argued that the school blocking the distribution of religious material is unconstitutional, and it may decide to sue. more >>