Police are seeking a man for questioning in a stabbing that killed Clayton Beathard and another man, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department
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Martin Peters, who scored England's second goal in its 1966 World Cup final win over West Germany, has died, aged 76, following a long battle against Alzheimer's disease.
Swords swirl around their bodies, coming perilously close to piercing flesh. Blades flashing in the morning sun, the young women twirl, cartwheel and then kick in unison, finishing their graceful movements in a centuries old kung fu fighting stance.
The people wanted Tacko Fall. His coach gave in -- but not before making the crowd work for it.
Robert Glenn "Junior" Johnson, one of NASCAR's earliest star drivers and a legendary figure in the auto racing garage, has died at age 88, according to a tweet from NASCAR.
The Pittsburgh Steelers waived safety Kameron Kelly on Friday, hours after he was arrested for an alleged altercation with police officers at a Pittsburgh bar.
Despite all the doom and gloom in the news in 2019, this year in sports unified an ever-polarizing world.
Sports car manufacturers often boast that they make
Tim Slaten never lost hope that his mother's killer would be caught. But the last person he suspected of committing the crime was his youth football coach.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has suggested the Women's World Cup could be played every two years in the future.
He's the best competition surfer there's ever been, but veteran Kelly Slater missed out on a spot in the inaugural Olympics surfing competition at Tokyo 2020.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a new law on Thursday making it illegal to discriminate based on hairstyles associated with race, his office said. It's one year to the day that an African American high school wrestler cut off his dreadlocks so he could compete.
Russia will appeal against the decision to ban the country from major sporting competitions for four years, the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) said.
You look up the forecast for your area only to see the meteorologist talking about a bomb cyclone blizzard headed your way. And next week there will be a Great Lakes Cutter, followed by an Inland Runner. What on earth do those even mean? These are all various names given to storm systems that can occur in winter.
A task force that looked into scores of horse deaths at California's Santa Anita Park found no animal cruelty or criminal activity, Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said Thursday.
No expense was spared. A $50 billion statement of intent that in hosting the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Russia was back as a major player on the sporting stage.
Herman Boone, the tough, no-nonsense high school football coach played by Denzel Washington in "Remember the Titans," has died. He was 84.
For the fifth time since 2013, wide receiver Josh Gordon has been suspended for some form of substance abuse.
Hayden Fry, who helped the University of Iowa Hawkeyes football program return to national prominence in his 20 seasons as head coach, died Tuesday after battling cancer, according to Fry's family. He was 90 years old.
As he accepted the coveted Heisman trophy, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow addressed the children in his hometown of Athens, Ohio, where thousands of residents live in poverty.
A baseball bat used by legendary player Babe Ruth to hit his 500th career home run has sold at auction for over $1 million.
Drew Brees now has the most touchdown passes in NFL history.
The lifetime ban for a longtime US Figure Skating coach accused of sexual abuse was overturned Monday, according to ABC News.
As the streaming wars continue to heat up, the Department of Justice says two men behind some of the largest illegal streaming services have been taken out of play.