PHILADELPHIA - AUGUST 2: Former Philadelphia Phillie Curt Schilling smiles during his induction ceremony into the Phillies "Wall of Fame" before a game against the Atlanta Braves at Citizens Bank Park on August 2, 2013 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Braves won 6-4. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)
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5 things to know: ESPN removes Curt Schilling from team

Five things you should know for Wednesday, August 26:

1. ESPN removed Curt Schilling from its broadcast team for the Little League World Series because of a tweet. [Read more about the story here]

2. Donald Trump continues his battle with Univision, this time kicking one of the network's reporters out of a news conference. [Read the full story here]

3. A middle school principal has resigned a day after he wife was accused of stealing $25,000 from the school system when she worked as an accountant. [Read more on this story here]

4. Cobb County will borrow less money than anticipated to build SunTrust Park — only $376 million. [Click here to find out what the payments will be]

5. If you liked yesterday's weather, you'll love today's. [See the full forecast here]

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