Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — NBA: Indiana Pacers 103 (17-31) – New York Knicks 82 (9-38)

Memphis Grizzlies 99 (34-12) – Denver Nuggets 69 (19-28)

Milwaukee Bucks 115 (24-22) – Orlando Magic 100 (15-34)

Top 25 Men’s College Basketball: (1) Kentucky 69 (20-0) – Missouri 53 (7-13)

(3) Gonzaga 64 (21-1) – Portland 46 (12-10)

Ohio State 80 (17-5) – (16) Maryland 56 (18-4)

NHL: Boston Bruins 5 (26-16-7; 59pts) – New York Islanders 2 (32-15-1; 65pts)

Montreal Canadiens 1 (31-13-3; 65pts) – New York Rangers 0 (27-15-4; 58pts)

Philadelphia Flyers 5 (21-22-7; 49pts) – Winnipeg Jets 2 (26-16-8; 60pts)

Arizona Coyotes 3 (17-25-6; 40pts) – Toronto Maple Leafs 1 (22-24-4; 48pts)

Tampa Bay Lightning 5 (31-15-4; 66pts) – Detroit Red Wings 1 (28-12-9; 65pts)

Dallas Stars 6 (22-19-7; 51pts) – Ottawa Senators 3 (19-19-9; 47pts)

Florida Panthers 3 (21-15-10; 52pts) – Columbus Blue Jackets 2 (21-23-3; 45pts)

St. Louis Blues 5 (30-13-4; 64pts) – Nashville Predators 4 (31-10-6; 68pts) SO

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Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — NBA: Indiana Pacers 103 (17-31) – New York Knicks 82 (9-38)

Memphis Grizzlies 99 (34-12) – Denver Nuggets 69 (19-28)

Milwaukee Bucks 115 (24-22) – Orlando Magic 100 (15-34)

Top 25 Men’s College Basketball: (1) Kentucky 69 (20-0) – Missouri 53 (7-13)

(3) Gonzaga 64 (21-1) – Portland 46 (12-10)

Ohio State 80 (17-5) – (16) Maryland 56 (18-4)

NHL: Boston Bruins 5 (26-16-7; 59pts) – New York Islanders 2 (32-15-1; 65pts)

Montreal Canadiens 1 (31-13-3; 65pts) – New York Rangers 0 (27-15-4; 58pts)

Philadelphia Flyers 5 (21-22-7; 49pts) – Winnipeg Jets 2 (26-16-8; 60pts)

Arizona Coyotes 3 (17-25-6; 40pts) – Toronto Maple Leafs 1 (22-24-4; 48pts)

Tampa Bay Lightning 5 (31-15-4; 66pts) – Detroit Red Wings 1 (28-12-9; 65pts)

Dallas Stars 6 (22-19-7; 51pts) – Ottawa Senators 3 (19-19-9; 47pts)

Florida Panthers 3 (21-15-10; 52pts) – Columbus Blue Jackets 2 (21-23-3; 45pts)

St. Louis Blues 5 (30-13-4; 64pts) – Nashville Predators 4 (31-10-6; 68pts) SO

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Viktor AA!p/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Firefighters from the Fire Department of New York rescued a boy who was trapped on an ice floe in the Bronx River on Thursday.

According to ABC’s New York affiliate WABC-TV, the rescue occurred at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday near the intersection of Bronx River Avenue and Westchester Avenue. The boy could be seen standing near the shore while rescuers lowered a ladder to the boy, who climbed to safety.

WABC reports that there was initially a second child who fell into the water but managed to get to safety before firefighters arrived.

FDNY Firefighters from Ladder 54 rescued a boy trapped on ice in the Bronx River today. (photos by FDNY) pic.twitter.com/PN21WHRjTi

— FDNY (@FDNY) January 30, 2015

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ArtPhaneuf/iStock Editorial/Thinkstock(HANOVER, N.H.) — Dartmouth College President Phil Hanlon announced a plan to address “high-risk behavior on campus” and “create a safe and inclusive environment” on Thursday, most notably looking to “lead nationally” by seeking to ban hard liquor from campus.

“To be clear, no single action contains the consummate solution,” Hanlon said in a statement. “If it did, these problems would have vanished from our campus and society years and years ago.” Still, Hanlon insisted, hard alcohol will no longer be served at events open to the public and any underage students found in possession of hard alcohol will be more severely punished. No further efforts the school will undertake to eliminate hard alcohol from campus were specifically announced.

Other initiatives Hanlon announced on Thursday include a four-year mandatory sexual violence prevention and education program for students, comprehensive sexual assault training for faculty and staff, increased presence of faculty in the lives of students, and a comprehensive student code of conduct. The college will also reinforce rules for student groups — including Greek organizations — and hold those groups to “higher standards than ever before.”

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Harry Fisher/Allentown Morning Call/TNS via Getty Images(MILFORD, Pa.) — Eric Frein, the man accused of killing a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding a second before prompting a large-scale manhunt in September 2014, pleaded not guilty to charges including first-degree murder, homicide of a law enforcement and possession of a weapon of mass destruction.

ABC’s Scranton affiliate WNEP-TV reports that Frein pleaded not guilty in Pike County Court on Thursday. The 31-year-old survivalist was captured in October after a seven-week hunt. U.S. Marshals took him into custody at an abandoned airplane hangar.

WNEP says that Frein’s defense lawyers are considering a motion to change the venue of the trial.

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FBI(WASHINGTON) — He grew up in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and for a time made his living driving a taxi in the area.

But on Thursday, Liban Haji Mohamed was added to the FBI’s “Most Wanted Terrorists” list, and a $50,000 reward was offered for information leading to his capture and conviction.

The FBI says Mohamed, a naturalized citizen born in Somalia, used his U.S. passport to travel to East Africa in July 2012 to fight with the terror groups al-Shabaab and al Qaeda. He’s been charged with providing material support and resources to a terrorist organization. The FBI says it believes Mohamed is still in East Africa.

“We know he’s received training with weapons,” Lindsay Ram of the FBI’s Washington Field Office told ABC News. “We don’t want him using his passport to come back into the United States. He knows the language, the [Washington] area, the culture and even the transportation of the region, so we are concerned that he may try to come back to utilize those skills.”

Agent Ram also pointed out that Mohamed was a close associate of Zachary Chesser, another young man from the Washington suburbs who turned to terror. Chesser allegedly played a key role in al Qaeda’s propaganda efforts before his arrest, and was sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2011 for providing aid to terrorists.

The FBI says it suspects that, like Chesser, Mohamad was also using his English language skills and knowledge of U.S. culture to help al Qaeda’s recruitment and propaganda efforts. In an effort to push back in the propaganda wars, the FBI has set up a Facebook page in the Somali language, and is circulating wanted posters of Mohamed in Somali as well.

With the addition of Mohamed, there are now 31 individuals on the FBI’s “Most Wanted Terrorists” list. Suspects on the list have been charged in the U.S. for their alleged involvement in various terrorist attacks or planned attacks around the world against U.S. interests. And Mohamed is not just wanted by the FBI; last August, Interpol issued a red notice to seek Mohamed as a wanted fugitive.

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NFL Media(PHOENIX) — Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch appeared at the last NFL player-mandated Super Bowl 49 media session on Thursday, offering an opening statement to the swarm of reporters but avoiding answering questions.

“For some reason y’all continue to come back and do the same thing that y’all did,” Lynch said. “I don’t know what story y’all trying to get out of me. I don’t know what image y’all trying to portray of me. But it don’t matter what y’all think, what y’all say about me because when I go home at night, the same people that I look in the face, my family that I love, that’s all that really matters to me.”

During his five-minute session, the five-time Pro Bowler gave “shout-outs” to his teammates and his hometown of Oakland, California, among others.

On Tuesday, Lynch responded to every question asked of him with some form of, “I’m just here so I won’t get fined.” The following day, he answered reporters with, “You know why I’m here.”

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NFL Media(PHOENIX) — Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch appeared at the last NFL player-mandated Super Bowl 49 media session on Thursday, offering an opening statement to the swarm of reporters but avoiding answering questions.

“For some reason y’all continue to come back and do the same thing that y’all did,” Lynch said. “I don’t know what story y’all trying to get out of me. I don’t know what image y’all trying to portray of me. But it don’t matter what y’all think, what y’all say about me because when I go home at night, the same people that I look in the face, my family that I love, that’s all that really matters to me.”

During his five-minute session, the five-time Pro Bowler gave “shout-outs” to his teammates and his hometown of Oakland, California, among others.

On Tuesday, Lynch responded to every question asked of him with some form of, “I’m just here so I won’t get fined.” The following day, he answered reporters with, “You know why I’m here.”

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christian ammann/iStock/Thinkstock(ST. LOUIS) — St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur announced his retirement from the National Hockey League on Thursday. He will join the team’s front office as a senior adviser to the general manager.

“I know I can play,” said Brodeur. “I know I still can have fun with this game.”

The 42-year-old Brodeur, who spent the previous 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils, signed with St. Louis on Dec. 2, 2014. In seven games with the Blues, he went 3-3 with a .287 goals against average.

During Brodeur’s illustrious career, he won the Vezina Trophy, which is awarded to the NHL’s best goaltender, four times (2003, 2004, 2007, 2008), and has finished in the top five in voting for the league’s MVP seven times.

Brodeur compiled a record of 691-397-176, along with a 2.24 goals against average, a .912 save percentage and 125 shutouts, in 1,266 career regular season games. Last year with the Devils, he finished with a 19-14-6 record with a 2.51 goals against average and a .901 save percentage.

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christian ammann/iStock/Thinkstock(ST. LOUIS) — St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur announced his retirement from the National Hockey League on Thursday. He will join the team’s front office as a senior adviser to the general manager.

“I know I can play,” said Brodeur. “I know I still can have fun with this game.”

The 42-year-old Brodeur, who spent the previous 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils, signed with St. Louis on Dec. 2, 2014. In seven games with the Blues, he went 3-3 with a .287 goals against average.

During Brodeur’s illustrious career, he won the Vezina Trophy, which is awarded to the NHL’s best goaltender, four times (2003, 2004, 2007, 2008), and has finished in the top five in voting for the league’s MVP seven times.

Brodeur compiled a record of 691-397-176, along with a 2.24 goals against average, a .912 save percentage and 125 shutouts, in 1,266 career regular season games. Last year with the Devils, he finished with a 19-14-6 record with a 2.51 goals against average and a .901 save percentage.

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