GAME REPORT – Stanford 68, No. 21 Washington 68 OT.
Gary Blair’s effort to fight back tears while remembering his time at Arkansas failed. The emotional Texas A&M women’s coach had plenty of reasons to cry, both because of his memories of 10 seasons in Fayetteville and the No. 5 Aggies’ buzzer-beating 52-50 victory over Arkansas.
Here's our First Look at Seattle's opponent in Saturday's divisional playoff game, the Carolina Panthers:
Minnesota is among a growing list of states taking steps to ensure that transgender and gender-nonconforming students feel safe and comfortable in school, whether that’s using the restroom or getting dressed in a locker room.
When Congress passed a law in 2003 aimed at ending sexual assault in U.S. prisons, jails and juvenile-detention centers, survivors hoped it would help solve the long-ignored problem. Now, some advocates worry that a proposal to reduce the law’s financial penalties will damage it.
More than two dozen homes have been destroyed or badly damaged and almost 30 people have sought medical treatment as a result of a massive wildfire that has raged out of control for days across farms and woodland in southern Australia, officials said Monday.
London fire officials say about 1,200 people were briefly evacuated from a performance of the musical "Les Miserables" because of a small fire at a theater.
For Huskies, another loss to an unranked team. This time, UW was outscored 12-4 in overtime.
Here's video of Lorenzo Romar following No. 21 Washington's 68-60 overtime loss at Stanford.
Here's video of Robert Upshaw following No. 21 Washington's 68-60 overtime loss at Stanford.
Here's video of Chasson Randle and Stefan Nastic in postgame interviews following Stanford's 68-60 overtime win over No. 21 Washington.
Cooler conditions on Sunday were helping hundreds of firefighters working to contain a massive wildfire that had forced thousands of people to flee their homes in southern Australia.
Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson are scaling the smooth-as-alabaster Dawn Wall without the benefit of ropes, other than to catch their falls.
Koules’ three goals lead Winterhawks’ 4-0 rout, ending Thunderbirds’ six-game winning streak.
Stuart Scott, a prominent ESPN sportscaster who was known for infusing his reports with a blend of pop-culture references, slang and memorable phrases that made him something of a pop-culture figure in his own right, died Sunday in a hospital near Hartford, Conn. He was 49.
Landslides, avalanches and flooding are possible as heavy rains soak Western Washington through Monday. The National Weather Service forecast major flooding at the Tolt River near Carnation and issued a flood warning for the Puyallup River near Orting.
Jim Harbaugh, introduced as Michigan’s coach to great fanfare last week, is temporarily stifled, limited by the recruiting dead period. Until Jan. 15, college coaches can only call a prospect on the phone, write a letter or send an email.
Stuart Scott was in his element, working a "Monday Night Football" game, when he was forced to leave for an appendix operation.
Utah, ranked 10th in the nation, limited UCLA to 29 percent shooting and beat the visiting Bruins 71-39. The Utes improved to 12-2.
Suraya Shivji taught herself to write software and then built iPhone gaming apps that help raise money for kids she met at an orphanage in Uganda.