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WNBA players Brittney Griner, Glory Johnson engaged

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PHOENIX – Women's basketball stars Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson are engaged.
 
Griner proposed to Johnson and both posted it on social media, with Griner showing a photo of her on one knee with a ring in her hand in front of Johnson on her Instagram account. Griner plays for the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury and Johnson for the Tulsa Shock.

Tensions flare in Ferguson amid robbery report

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An eruption of anger ended a tenuous calm in Ferguson, Mo., early Saturday as police and protesters clashed, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
 
Police and about 200 protesters clashed after an emotional day, which was fueled by a report that Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was fatally shot by an officer last weekend, allegedly stole a $48.99 box of cigars from a convenience store and strong-armed a clerk on his way out, the report says. At the same time, Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson released the name of the officer involved in the shooting.

THIS WEEKEND IN MEMPHIS!

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Your source of information for where to go and what to do each weekend in the Greater Memphis area.
 
FRIDAY
 
Candlelight Vigil
8:30pm | Graceland
 
* Chuckles Comedy House Presents: Mark Curry
7:30 and 10pm | Chuckles Comedy House
 

Ferguson police chief identifies officer who fatally shot Michael Brown

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Ferguson, Mo., Police Chief Thomas Jackson at a press conference early Friday morning released the name of the officer who was involved in the fatal shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
 
The officer has been identified as Darren Wilson, a six-year veteran with no reported blemishes on his record.

Titans’ Oher motivated for matchup with Saints

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NEW ORLEANS — The previous time Michael Oher played in New Orleans, he was a first-string tackle for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
He returns less than two years later on Friday night for a preseason game as a member of his new team, the Tennessee Titans, trying to prove he remains worthy of a starting job in the NFL.
 
After starting every game through his first five NFL seasons — all in Baltimore — Oher, signed a four-year, $20 million free agent deal with Tennessee that brought him back to his home state.