Jordan Spieth wasted no time seizing a rare opportunity to chase a Grand Slam, opening with six birdies in 11 holes at St. Andrews and keeping his name high on the leaderboard Thursday in the British Open.
The California League's season doesn't finish until September, but, on Wednesday, the league announced its schedule for next summer.
Star receivers Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys and Demaryius Thomas of the Denver Broncos both agreed to a five-year, $70 million contracts just before the deadline.
Gov. Jerry Brown has approved legislation recognizing California's professional cheerleaders as employees who are entitled to minimum wage and overtime.
The mother of a high school football player who collapsed during a game in Southern California has filed a lawsuit blaming his helmet for his death.
DirecTV's exclusive right to broadcast certain NFL games is an illegal monopoly that raises costs for bars and restaurants, a San Francisco bar says in a lawsuit against the league and the satellite TV provider.
An Arizona freeway named after a soldier killed in the Iraq war won't be temporarily rebranded to honor soon-to-be baseball Hall of Famer Randy Johnson.
The Bakersfield Blaze are launching into the second half of the season after the All-Star break. Chris Henstra joined Eyewitness News to talk more about the season and what fans can expect at Sam Lynn Ballpark.
Mike Trout flashed the skill that puts him at the front of baseball's new generation, just moments after four of the all-time greats had just walked off the field.
Pete Rose came home for the All-Star Game and made a rare on-field appearance in the place where he's still treated like a king.
Cutting the length of Major League Baseball's regular-season schedule could be tied to reconfiguring the postseason.
NHRA and Fox Sports announced Tuesday they have agreed to a long-term contract that will put four drag-racing events on the main Fox network each year, a deal NHRA President Peter Clifford calls a "game-changer." It begins in 2016.
Major League Baseball remains hopeful the Tampa Bay Rays and Oakland Athletics will be able to obtain new ballparks without relocating yet will examine other markets in case a team needs to move or the sport decides to expand.
Major League Baseball is likely to wait until next season before making any changes to improve fan safety.