While protesters and police clashed in Ferguson, Mo., on Saturday night, a large number of teenage boys were able to get away from the violence in the St. Louis suburb and enjoy a special experience.
After sitting out two consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races, the question now is whether Tony Stewart will return for the next race Saturday night at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
Gennady Golovkin, the middleweight world champion and knockout artist who trains in Big Bear, will fight in Southern California for the first time on Oct. 18 when he meets Mexico?s Marco Antonio Rubio at StubHub Center in Carson.
Former NFL linebacker Tim Shaw announced Tuesday that he has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known as Lou Gehrig?s disease.
The back-to-back, two-out doubles by Brennan Boesch and Chris Iannetta in the top of the ninth inning, the white-knuckle save by closer Huston Street in the bottom of the ninth ? none of it would have been possible if not for the Paul Bunyan-like feat of the shortest guy on the team.
UCLA receiver Mossi Johnson was quickly becoming one of quarterback Brett Hundley's favorite targets when yet another injury struck.
There are times Carl Crawford can offer reminders of how he once landed a $142-million contract.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer has died, the team said Wednesday. He was 85. Glazer, who purchased the Buccaneers in 1995 and watched them win the Super Bowl in 2003, also owned soccer powerhouse Manchester United, which he bought in 2005. The Buccaneers said Glazer’s wife, Linda, along with their five sons and a daughter, will continue to own and operate the Buccaneers and the franchise will be owned by the family “for generations to come.” Glazer served on the NFL’s finance committee and was a key player in bringing Super Bowls to the Tampa area. Born Aug. 25, 1928, in Rochester, N.Y., Glazer inherited his father's watch-repair business...