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Eyewitness SportsAsk your average sports fan what they know about racing, and the first think most will say is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. There is just something special about that famed yard of bricks. For NASCAR drivers there is no doubt that the Daytona is...
Special to Sporting News NASCAR Wire ServiceJustin Allgaier was leading when caution was called on the final lap of the third green-white-checkered-flag attempt on the 4.048-mile road course, but he ran out of gas at the top of Turn 6, allowing Sorenson to assume the lead on Lap 57 of the scheduled...
Like, gag us with a spoon. For its 30th anniversary, Artscape is going all 1980s on us. So we figured that now’s the time to determine once and for all which was the better 10-year period: the ’80s or ’90s. Let the battle begin! FASHION...
pix11.comNearly 100 years to the day that Jack Johnson became the first black Heavyweight Champion of the World, his name still commands the respect of world champions, boxing writers, and even politicians. During his career, however, he was increasingly...
Tags: Elections, Laws, Evander Holyfield, Heavyweight, U.S. Congress
Every morning, around 5 a.m., before the sunlight splashes on the beige bedroom walls of the weathered farmhouse in Upperco, Charlene Miller stirs, yawns — and prays. Thank you, Lord, for helping me come through the night. She doesn't get up....
KTLA NewsSAN DIEGO (KTLA) -- Prosecutors say they will not file charges in an alleged assault involving Lakers star Kobe Bryant and another man at a church. It happened at St. Therese of Carmel in Carmel Valley in August, according to police. Investigators say a...
KTLA NewsSANTA ANA, Calif. (KTLA) -- Kobe Bryant's wife Vanessa has been awarded $75 million in their divorce property settlement, TMZ reports. Citing sources close to the couple, TMZ says that the property settlement agreement has already been finalized....
Ever since he started his foundation, Michael Phelps has been trying to educate Baltimore kids on water safety and attempting to save lives with swimming lessons. Now he's expanding that mission beyond the Baltimore area, and taking it nationwide. The...
Tags: Swimming, Health, Sports, Michael Phelps
1968-69: Four Army recruits collapsed and died during basic training at Fort Bliss between March 1968 and February 1969. The recruits were the first documented cases of deaths caused by complications of sickle cell trait. 1974: Polie Poitier, a former...
To Gene Egdorf, it doesn't make sense. How can the NCAA sanction a coach or program for impermissable text messages, phone calls and other recruiting violations but choose to not even investigate programs when an athletes dies? The Houston attorney for...
Barry Bremen, a Michigan businessman and incorrigible impostor who fielded pop flies at baseball's 1986 All-Star game, launched warm-up layups at the 1979 NBA All-Star game and bounded on stage to accept actress Betty Thomas' Emmy Award in 1985 has died....
Bruce Chen used an assortment of pitches, changed delivery angles and even let one pitch go at 90 mph. The veteran left-hander kept the Chicago White Sox guessing and had them off-balance for most of the day. The result: a 4-1 Kansas City Royals' victory...
Tags: Joakim Soria, All Stars, A.J. Pierzynski, Alex Rios, Elections
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