Major League Soccer's referees and other on-field officials were locked out Friday, a day before the season openers.
In a salary-cap move Thursday, the Broncos released Bailey, the team's defensive leader who's been a fan favorite since he was acquired in a trade with Washington in 2004.
The Bakersfield City Firefighters Relief Association is holdings its third-annual Trout Fishing Derby this weekend.
An NCAA panel has approved a change to the targeting foul that would wipe out the 15-penalty when video review overturns the ejection of a player.
An NCAA rules committee has tabled a proposal to penalize college football offenses for snapping the ball before 10 seconds had run off the 40-second play clock, The Associated Press has learned.
The annual March Meet is only days away. March Meet is a four-day "speedfest" of quarter-mile drag racing, according to organizers.
Author John Feinstein stops by the morning show to talk about his new book, "Where Nobody Knows Your Name," a story that follows nine real-life minor league players as they battle through the world of minor league baseball
Calling the New York Mets a "marquee franchise," new players' union head Tony Clark is paying attention to the team's payroll.
Liberty beat Monache, Frontier, West and on Monday, Stockdale 11-4 to win the Terrio Tournament championship.
The 49ers and Boldin agreed to a two-year, $12 million contract with $9 million guaranteed Monday, keeping quarterback Colin Kaepernick's top target from last season from hitting free agency.
A New Zealander was the first musher en route to the town of Nome when the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race began Sunday.
The Sochi Paralympic games begin March 7, and although he’s not competing across the world, Bakersfield military veteran Wesley Barrientos has found a heartening refuge in a growing Paralympic sport.
Leaders of the Paralympics expressed hopes Saturday for a peaceful outcome in Ukraine after Russia executed a de facto military takeover of the Crimea region as athletes arrived in nearby Sochi for next week's start of the Winter Paralympics.
With his past triumphs now tarnished because he shot to death his girlfriend, Oscar Pistorius on Monday will enter court to be confronted with the jarring possibility that he will be sent to prison for at least 25 years.