11:00 AM: The Green Bay Packers and former players Brett Favre & Darren Sharper are among those who've had unclaimed property reverted back to the state of Wisconsin.
10:15 AM: Canadian Olympic sprinter Donovan Bailey was fined $1,500 & loses his driver's license for a year after pleading guilty to DUI charges in Toronto.
10:00 AM: Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost wasn't happy with only 13,847 fans at Kauffman Stadium for Tuesday's win over the Minnesota Twins: "We had a great crowd (Monday) night, and I was kind of hoping we'd have another great crowd tonight, and we really didn't."
8:15 PM: A shooting instructor at a northwest Arizona gun range died Monday night after being accidentally shot by a 9-year-old girl with an Uzi.
8:00 PM: Three 24-year-old men were arrested last Saturday night for stealing two golf carts from a Washington County, Pennsylvania course and crashing one of the carts.
7:45 PM: Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly said on Tuesday that the four Irish players involved in an academic fraud investigation will not play Saturday against Rice. Kelly also said that the team will go back to singing the alma mater with students after all home games and not just victories.
7:30 PM: University of Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay, who said last week the school might consider cutting football due to budget woes, is expecting only 28,000 fans at the 50,000-seat Aloha Stadium for the Rainbow Warriors' home opener Saturday against Washington.
|← previous entries|