Stephen, Please! ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith came under fire Thursday for using a racial slur on Thursday’s edition of First Take. The comment happened during a discussion of whether or not Kobe Bryant will play in […]
A Valencia man accused of threatening an attack against schoolchildren plead not guilty to felony gun possession charges on Tuesday.
The 21-year-old Valencia man who allegedly wrote on a website posting that he would “not mind murdering children” posted $100,000 bail Thursday and was released from jail.
A Valencia man who was arrested for allegedly threatening to murder children on a sports website was not charged Wednesday for making those comments.
Erin Andrews is leaving ESPN. The network released a statement saying the reporter “did great work for us and we made an aggressive offer to keep her. We wish her the best on her next chapter.”
The Rose Bowl has agreed to a 12-year extension with ESPN that will keep the game on the network through 2026.
Two decades after the Lakers legend shocked the world, Magic Johnson hopes to get teens talking about HIV with a new documentary.
FIFA cashed in on a $1.2 billion bonanza from United States broadcasters Friday, striking World Cup deals with Fox, Telemundo and Futbol de Primera Radio.
In the wake of Raiders owner Al Davis’ death, new rhetoric is bound to spring up about the franchise’s future in Oakland, undoubtedly sparking new rounds of discussion as to whether the Raiders would return to Los Angeles.
One of the Internet’s most popular fantasy sports websites moved quickly Thursday to take down a number of football leagues with anti-Semitic mottos.
e Pac-10 has spent more than a year preparing for this moment when they can put their television rights up to bid on the open market for the first time since their expansion.
Newly released records show the United States Postal Service spent $31.9 million sponsoring Lance Armstrong’s team during the height of the rider’s Tour de France dominance.
Bud Greenspan, the filmmaker whose documentaries often soared as triumphantly as the Olympic athletes he chronicled for more than six decades, died at his home in New York City. He was 84.
ESPN personality and sports columnist Jay Mariotti has been arrested on a felony charge in Los Angeles.