From Los Angeles blaze to Ravi Zacharias' cancer update, scroll down for the most breaking news you may not know yet.
1. Rory Mcilroy/Dustin Johnson Win Skins Title On Mcilroy's Extra-hole Winner
From Yahoo Sports: Live golf returned for a good cause Sunday at Seminole Golf Club, and it was Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson winning the TaylorMade Driving Relief. McIlroy and Johnson trailed Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff for much of the day, but with $1.1 million of remaining skins up for grabs on the tie-breaking hole, a 125-yard shortened version of the par-3 17th, McIlroy stepped up and hit his tee shot to 10 feet to win the closest-to-the-pin tiebreaker.
2. 12 Firefighters Injured In Los Angeles Blaze, Explosion
From NPR: A fire and huge explosion at a building near downtown Los Angeles on Saturday evening left 12 firefighters injured, some critically, the fire department said. Some responders saw a "significant explosion, very high, very wide, rumbling the entire area and firefighters were coming out with obvious damage and burns," said Capt. Erik Scott, a fire department spokesman.
3. Harvick’s 50th Cup Win 'Just Weird' Without Fans
From Washington Post: Kevin Harvick screamed in celebration as he crossed the finish line and then performed a traditional, smokey burnout. His 50th career Cup Series victory felt like a lot like the others — until he climbed out of his No. 4 Ford. "Dead silence," he said, looking at the empty stands. "It is weird just because there's nobody up there."
4. Hannah Brown Says The N-word, Apologizes After Backlash
From al.com: The "Bachelorette" star, 25, faced backlash on social media after she posted an Instagram Live video of herself on Saturday, singing the lyrics to DaBaby’s "Rockstar." In the video, Brown appears hesitant when she gets to the racial slur, but sings it anyway.
5. Virtual Vacation: Tour Denmark's Faroe Islands With 'Remote Tourism'
From KIRO Seattle: Visitors can access the game-like experience on the Visit Faroe Islands website, where there are organized tour times. Remote tourists can control where tour guides go by clicking on arrows that direct guides to go left, right, forward or backward. They can also instruct guides to run or jump.
6. Ravi Zacharias Cancer Update: Beautiful Tributes For Apologist After Grim Prognosis
From ChristianToday: Tributes have poured in for Ravi Zacharias after the grave announcement that doctors can medically do no more for his cancer. The Christian apologist was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer in March 2020 after going in for back surgery on February 20. Since then, he has undergone rounds of chemotherapy. However, the condition of the area where the cancer metastasized has deteriorated and Zacharias has returned home to be with his family.
7. Woman, Boy, 5, Drown In Houston Home Of Ex-red Sox Outfielder Carl Crawford
From Boston.com: A 5-year-old boy and a woman drowned in the backyard pool of former Los Angeles Dodgers player Carl Crawford’s Houston home, according to reports.
8. Bills Lineman Ed Oliver Arrested On Dwi, Gun Charges
From ESPN: Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Ed Oliver was arrested Saturday night in his hometown of Houston on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawfully carrying a weapon. Oliver was taken to the Montgomery County Jail after being pulled over on State Highway 242. Both charges are misdemeanors, according to the jail's website.
9. Tropical Storm Arthur Forms In The Atlantic
From CNN: Two weeks before the official start to Atlantic hurricane season, Tropical Storm Arthur has become the first named storm of the year -- but it's expected to brush the US coast before heading back out to sea.
10. Bundesliga: Bayern Munich Return With Victory In Berlin
From CBSSports.com: Robert Lewandowski scored yet again and Hansi Flick maintained his near flawless record as Bayern coach as the champions made a solid if unspectacular return to Bundesliga football.