With the Academy Awards around the corner, here’s a look at which sports personalities would win which awards this Sunday.
In the spirit of Valentine’s day, we take a look at some on-screen rejections at sports arenas.
CBS8 San Diego Sports Director Kyle Kraska was shot Tuesday afternoon at his Scripps Ranch home, according to a tweet by anchor Marcella Lee.
DeAndre Jordan had 22 points and a career-high 27 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers won without Blake Griffin, beating Dallas 115-98 Monday night after the Mavericks lost Tyson Chandler and Monta Ellis to injuries in the first four minutes.
Jeff Carter and Dwight King each had a goal and an assist, and Jonathan Quick stopped 23 shots to lead the Los Angeles Kings past the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-3 on Monday night.
Norman Powell had 20 points and eight rebounds, Isaac Hamilton scored 18 points and UCLA survived to beat Stanford 69-67 on Thursday night for its third straight win.
Jakob Silfverberg scored two goals, and the Anaheim Ducks took the top of the NHL standings for themselves by beating the Nashville Predators 5-2 Thursday night.
Brandon Pirri scored with 3:05 remaining to lift the Florida Panthers over the struggling Los Angeles Kings 3-2 on Thursday night.
LeBron James scored 23 points, Kevin Love had 24 and the Cleveland Cavaliers pushed their winning streak to 12 games Thursday night with an easy 105-94 win over the Los Angeles Clippers, who also lost their composure.
Cordell Broadus, a wide receiver from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, signed with UCLA instead of his father’s favorite team.
Raider fans demonstrated outside the L.A. Coliseum Saturday as a reminder that theirs is the perfect NFL team to bring back to Los Angeles.
John Wall had 21 points, 13 assists and nine rebounds, and the Washington Wizards rallied from a 19-point deficit to send the Los Angeles Lakers to their ninth straight loss, 98-92 on Tuesday night.
Frederik Andersen had to make only 17 saves in his third career shutout as the Anaheim Ducks defeated the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 Tuesday night.
Ticket prices for the Women’s World Cup will range from $16 for early rounds to $136 for premium seats at the final in July.
A high school girls basketball coach is serving a two-game suspension after he was accused of running-up the score on an opponent last week.