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  • Westlake High coach sues parent who accused him of 'child abuse'

    Westlake High coach sues parent who accused him of 'child abuse'
    Parents of athletes complaining about coaches in big-time high school sports is about as common as booing from the bleachers. But a coach in Ventura County said one parent went too far — and he's suing him for $1 million.
  • NBA's Howard under investigation for child abuse

    NBA's Howard under investigation for child abuse
    ATLANTA - NBA star Dwight Howard is under investigation for suspected child abuse, Cobb County, Ga., police said Tuesday - the same day his son turned 7. It's the second time Howard, 28, has been investigated by Cobb police for the same allegations, but...

    Howard investigated on child abuse allegations

    The Sports Xchange Howard investigated on child abuse allegations Police in Cobb County, Ga., outside Atlanta reopened an investigation into allegations that Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard abused his 7-year-old son. The Howard Phillips Center for...

    Bob Brookover: Peterson should get help and drop appeal of suspension

    The thing that matters most is the child. That part is indisputable. Regardless of how it was classified in a court of law, Adrian Peterson is guilty of a crime that most reasonable human beings find appalling. He used a tree branch to beat his 4-year-...

    Dwight Howard's lawyer calls felony child abuse allegations baseless

    NBA star Dwight Howard is being investigated for alleged felony child abuse in Georgia, police confirmed to The Times. A case against the former Lakers center, who is now with the Houston Rockets, was originally opened Oct. 1, but was set aside when...