Wisdom and Drive: Older Olympians Becoming the Norm
Thanks to huge advances in sports medicine helping Olympians stay competitive into middle age. It's defying the idea that the Games are reserved for the young.
Davidson Sets Record as U.S. Shuts Out Russians at Winter Olympics Games
News of the Pyeongchang Olympics where records are being set and the medal counts are growing and other news that is happening at this year's Winter Olympics.
Winter Olympics Begins, In the Cold, Poor South Korean Mountains
As is Olympic tradition, Greece is beginning the parade of athletes into Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium. And for two weeks will capture the world's attention.
Seattle Seahawks’ Frank Clark Loses Father in House Fire
Seattle Seahawks' Frank Clark has confirmed his father and three other family members have died in a Cleveland house fire on Sunday.
1,200 Security Workers at Pyeongchang Tested for Norovirus
It is just a couple of days away from the opening of the Pyeongchang Olympics and about 1200 workers are being tested due to a outbreak of the norovirus.
Pistons Win 4th Straight in 111-91 Rout of Portland
Andre Drummond had a double-double as the Detroit Pistons beat the Trail Blazers 111-91 for their fourth straight victory and third straight with Blake Griffin.
Super Celebration: Chaos Follows Eagles’ Super Bowl Victory
Revelers shot off fireworks, drivers beeped their horns and Philadelphians young and old descended on Broad Street, the main thoroughfare that last hosted a major championship parade in 2008 for the Phillies' World Series win.
Seattle Public School Bus Drivers On Strike
Bus drivers with First Student, represented by the Teamsters union, were walking the picket line Thursday morning.
Health Officials Fear Hanford Demolition Work Could Pose Public Risk
The Washington state Department of Health says there is a possible risk to the public if demolition of the Hanford Plutonium Finishing Plant continues without better controls to prevent the spread of radioactive contamination.
Indians Removing Chief Wahoo Logo From Uniforms
The Cleveland Indians are removing the divisive Chief Wahoo logo from their jerseys and caps starting in the 2019 season.