Maybe the men's Olympic curling tournament won't be such a procession for Canada, after all.
The prestigious dog show got under way Monday in Manhattan, bringing together more than 2,800 dogs from about 190 breeds, along with countless hair dryers, combs, brushes, dog toiletries, and the thousands of mere humans whose job is to turn canines into champions.
The first snow day of this brutal winter left teacher Christopher Crabtree almost as tickled as it did his three children, but delight is giving way to dread as school cancellations pile up -- a whopping 16 days off so far in his southern Ohio district, with more snow in the forecast.
She is expected to miss at least part of the WNBA season
Marcus Foster scored a game-high 20 points to help host Kansas State beat No. 7 Kansas 85-82 in overtime.
The Seahawks, who have added 10 players since the Super Bowl, signed former Wisconsin players Mike Taylor and Travis Beckum.
Thanks to some well-placed hype during the NFC Championship Game, the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay has already gotten plenty of attention as registration for volunteers officially begins.
Many athletes and coaches contend fans routinely cross the line with behavior that includes profanity-laced tirades, racial slurs and obscene gestures.
Seattle linebacker and Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith was a guest on the NFL Network's Total Access today and talked about a number of topics concerning the season, the win over the Broncos, and more.
Host Rockets score first six goals of the game in rout
Tuesday’s special election could finally settle whether Issaquah or Sammamish will annex the Klahanie area.
Hundreds of marijuana-business applications had been quickly disqualified for improper locations, state officials said last month. It turns out the culling hasn’t started as officials reversed course and now are giving applicants 30 days to come up with legal locations.
Lowering his head, then crouching in a corner, Bode Miller lingered in the finish area after his slower-than-expected Olympic downhill run, contemplating where things might have gone wrong.
For much-traveled figure skater Ashley Wagner, the road to the Sochi Olympics has included golden childhood summers at Seabeck on Hood Canal.
At a time when a cellphone can guide you to your driveway, commercial pilots attempt to land at the wrong airport more often than most passengers realize or government officials admit, according to an Associated Press search of government safety data and news reports since the early 1990s.
Touring bands have a lot to worry about — temperamental equipment, deadbeat promoters, the risk the van crashes or the plane goes down. The list goes on, but seldom does it include:
Absent a big earthquake or a catastrophic encounter with a too-tall truck or ship, the Interstate 5 bridge that now spans the Columbia River could stand almost indefinitely, a state inspector says.