Kansas, Indiana to anchor opposing sides of Maui Invitational bracket
The Kansas Jayhawks and Indiana Hoosiers are on opposite sides of the bracket and could be headed for a pre-Final Four-type Maui Invitational if they can navigate the tough semifinals.
Byron Scott: Kobe could see time as power forward
Coach Byron Scott told NBA.com it's possible Kobe Bryant could spend time at power forward.
Boston out as U.S. candidate to host 2024 Olympics
The U.S. Olympic Committee has severed ties with Boston as a potential host city for the 2024 Olympics, ending an effort that was troubled nearly from the moment it started.
A-Rod homers on 40th birthday in Yankees' 6-2 win at Rangers
Alex Rodriguez homered on his 40th birthday, helping the New York Yankees beat the Texas Rangers 6-2 Monday night.
White Sox outlast Red Sox 10-8
Adam Eaton had three hits and drove in two runs to lift the Chicago White Sox to a 10-8 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Monday night.
'Moral Monday' protesters take aim at new law concerning Confederate monuments
Moral Monday protesters were back in Raleigh. This time they were protesting the new "Historic Artifact Management and Patriotism Act."
Authorities in Cumberland County search for father who allegedly kidnapped his 6-year-old son
Cumberland County Sheriff's deputies say 29-year-old Derrick McLain kidnapped his 6-year-old son Monday evening after allegedly assaulting the boy's mother.
Court documents show Franklin County murder suspect has been arrested 89 times
Authorities have said there are documented complaints of domestic abuse within the past year between Gary Yarborough and Tracy Williams.
Giants LF Nori Aoki returns from DL to face former team in Brewers
The Giants activated left fielder Nori Aoki from the disabled list Monday in time for him to return against the Brewers, who scratched right fielder Ryan Braun because of lower back tightness.
Boy Scout board approves end to ban on gay adults
The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended its blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons.
Jen Welter hired by Cardinals; believed to be first female coach in NFL
The Cardinals hired Jen Welter as an assistant coaching intern for training camp and the preseason to work with inside linebackers. She is believed to be the first female coach in the NFL.
Senate approves expediting changes to North Carolina death penalty drugs
The state Senate has given approval to legislation expediting North Carolina's ability to obtain new drugs for lethal injections, overriding objections of death-penalty opponents who want more public input on the execution process.