A complex featuring hotels, restaurants, and a water park at the Pro Football Hall of Fame is expected to be constructed by the end of 2022.
A COVID-19 outbreak has forced the Major League Baseball team to miss a week of games and replace more than half of its players.
A new video shows additional footage of the final moments of George Floyd's death.
The Dallas Cowboys and New York Yankees are the only sports franchises valued at $5 billion or more.
Some employees are having trouble proving they caught the coronavirus on the job, despite working during the pandemic.
Joe Biden could take at least another 10 days to consider several candidates to be his running mate.
J. Cole might follow in Master P's footsteps and try to make an NBA team.
The enhanced weekly unemployment benefits have expired, and Congress and the White House haven't reached a new deal.
No NHL players have knelt for the national anthem, prompting some hockey fans to do so in protest.
If more coronavirus cases pop up among MLB players this weekend, the league could be forced to suspend all games.
Sonya Deville is making waves in WWE in addition to her ventures outside of professional wrestling.
30 MLB games have been postponed in a little over a week because of positive COVID-19 tests.
Updyke was convicted of felony criminal damage in 2013 and spent more than 70 days in jail but he didn't pay much of the $800,000 fine.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the Power 5 conference teams to limit their schedules to conference foes and reduce stadium capacity.
Players and coaches from the Jazz, Pelicans, Lakers and Clippers protested during the national anthem.
Two Major League Baseball teams will miss a week's worth of games because of positive COVID-19 cases.
Some of the world's top tennis players won't compete in the U.S. Open because of coronavirus concerns.
Rookie could become WNBA's next big star if she continues to live up to expectations in the league's bubble.
We'll find out beginning Thursday night if strict NBA guidelines in Orlando, Florida, work better than what has happened in Major League Baseball without a bubble.
LA pitcher Joe Kelly took punishment into his own hands after the Houston Astros' players got off unscathed for 2017 sign-stealing scandal.