NBA’s Steph Curry Helps Howard U. Start Division I Golf Team
What started as an innocuous conversation during a public event has evolved into a golf partnership between NBA star Stephen Curry and Howard University.
Jim Hardy, Oldest Living USC and Rams Player, Dies at 96
He is survived by his wife of 74 years, Henrietta; daughters Cindy Aivalis, Ellen Hardy and K. Maria Hardy; and son Danny Hardy. He was preceded in death by his son James.
ESPN’s Rodriguez: Personal Items Stolen from Rental SUV
A rental vehicle being used by ESPN baseball analyst Alex Rodriguez was broken into Sunday night, and Rodriguez said several items of a personal and sentimental nature were stolen.
Prosecutors to Seek Death Penalty in Deaths of 2 in Texas
Prosecutors in Texas say they will seek the death penalty for a professional MMA fighter accused in the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in a shallow grave in Oklahoma.
Astros to Extend Protective Netting Before Next Homestand
The Houston Astros will extend the protective netting at Minute Maid Park to cover more of the seating area, joining other teams that have taken safety measures after foul balls injured fans.
Transgender Athlete Policy is Subject of Civil Rights Probe
The federal Office for Civil Rights has launched an investigation into Connecticut's policy allowing transgender high school athletes to compete as the gender with which they identify.
Sandusky to be Resentenced Next Month in Molestation Case
A state judge has ordered Jerry Sandusky be taken to a central Pennsylvania courtroom next month for resentencing on his 45-count child sexual abuse conviction, six months after an appeals court ruled mandatory minimums had been improperly applied.
Cowboys DE Robert Quinn Breaks Hand, Sidelined for Preseason
The Cowboys traded for Quinn in the offseason, signing him to an $8 million, one-year deal while sending a sixth-round pick in next year's draft to the Dolphins.
New Mexico Regulators Decline to Grant 6th ‘Racino’ License
New Mexico horse racing regulators have declined to grant a sixth state horse track and casino license after months of uncertainty.
WWE Wrestler Jerry Lawler Files Suit Over Son’s Death
World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Fame wrestler Jerry "The King" Lawler has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a Tennessee county where his son suffered a fatal injury while incarcerated.