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  • KISS, Jordin Sparks to perform at Kings-Ducks Dodger Stadium game

    KISS, Jordin Sparks to perform at Kings-Ducks Dodger Stadium game
    Sadly, there won't be an appearance by the Beach Boys at the upcoming Kings-Ducks game at Dodger Stadium. Now that would have been a master stroke in keeping with the SoCal theme. Kings Coach Darryl Sutter thought Neil Young would have been an...
  • PASSINGS: George Bignotti, William A. Graham, George Zenovich

    George Bignotti Chief mechanic for 7 Indy 500 winners George Bignotti, 97, who set a record as the chief mechanic for seven winners of the Indianapolis 500, died in his sleep of natural causes Fridayin Las Vegas, his daughter Mary Mendez said. As...
  • Emile Griffith dies at 75; champion boxer struggled with his sexuality

    Emile Griffith, a former world welterweight and middleweight boxing champion who spent decades haunted by his fatal beating of then-champion Benny Paret in the ring and bothered by the public's interest in his sexuality, died Tuesday. He was 75....
  • John Dominis dies at 92; longtime photographer for Life magazine

    If longtime Life magazine photographer John Dominis had a specialty, it was that he was a supreme generalist. He took famed pictures of Frank Sinatra and Steve McQueen, both of whom could be touchy with photographers, but Dominis won them over to the...
  • Andy Granatelli dies at 90; auto racing legend and businessman

    Andy Granatelli, a flamboyant race car driver turned businessman who became a household name with TV commercials for his STP fuel and oil additives, died Sunday at a Santa Barbara hospital. He was 90. Granatelli died of congestive heart failure, his...
  • PASSINGS: Walt Bellamy

    Walt Bellamy All-Star basketball player Walt Bellamy, 74, a Basketball Hall of Fame inductee whose professional career spanned 14 seasons, died Saturday, the day after he attended the season home opener of the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks confirmed...
  • ESPN fires football analyst Hugh Douglas over racially-charged comments

    ESPN fires football analyst Hugh Douglas over racially-charged comments
    (TheWrap.com) - Former Eagles defensive lineman Hugh Douglas is now a former ESPN talent. An ESPN spokesperson confirmed to TheWrap on Tuesday that "Douglas no longer works at ESPN as of today." Douglas was fired from the station following a heated...
  • Jamaica threatened with Olympics expulsion over failed drug tests

    Jamaica threatened with Olympics expulsion over failed drug tests
    In the wake of numerous failed drug tests, the World Anti-Doping Agency has threatened to expel Jamaica from the Olympics if the country does not strengthen its monitoring system. A handful of athletes from the island nation -- including marquee ...
  • Report: Penn State search committee plans to interview Hurricanes coach Al Golden

    Report: Penn State search committee plans to interview Hurricanes coach Al Golden
    A day after initial reports surfaced putting Miami coach Al Golden atop Penn State's wish list for its coaching vacancy, chatter linking Golden to his alma mater continued gaining steam on Friday.  The Pittsburgh-Tribune Review reported late Friday...
  • Adam Levine says fiancee Behati Prinsloo got his mind on marriage

    Adam Levine says fiancee Behati Prinsloo got his mind on marriage
    Nothing like a Victoria’s Secret model to change one’s mind about marriage! Just ask Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine. The crooner paid a visit Monday night to "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," and Leno teased him about previously rejecting the...
  • Hurricanes coach Al Golden: 'There's never been a better time to be at the University of Miami'

    Hurricanes coach Al Golden: 'There's never been a better time to be at the University of Miami'
    A day before his Hurricanes took the field for their first bowl game since 2010, Miami coach Al Golden faced the inevitable question about his name being linked to job openings around the country as a "hot commodity" coach. He started his answer by...