The remaining nine injured are said to be in “good condition.” A suspect was taken into custody. BuzzFeed News reporters Claudia Koerner and Sheera Frenkel are reporting from Colorado Springs.
New data from UNICEF also says the disease is the second biggest killer for adolescents around the world.
He was reportedly detained immediately.
The Hall of Famer was diagnosed with Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy after his death, his family said in a statement Wednesday.
“God did not intend for us to play football.”
New England Sports Network will broadcast the Boston Pride’s eight remaining games.
Local police are asking residents of Hannover to stay home after receiving “concrete threats” against the city’s main stadium and finding a suspicious package in the train station. So far, no explosives have been found.
The popular Packers quarterback called the comment “prejudicial ideology.”
Hardy was found guilty of assault by a judge in North Carolina, but the charges were dropped on appeal. Reacting to the photos, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team has given Hardy “a second chance.” WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS.
“We will work closely with the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee to make sure all fans feel welcomed at our events,” an NFL spokesman said.
The national women’s basketball league announced Wednesday that NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum will stand in until a replacement is named.
A high school football player in Kansas died of brain swelling on Tuesday evening.
The Royals beat the New York Mets 7–2 in Game 5 of the series on Sunday.
This year’s match rejuvenated a long-running rivalry between Howard and Hampton.
The site will cease to operate “immediately,” ESPN announced Friday.
The former Phillies star, who spent six months in prison, said he used umpires’ sexuality, affairs, and gambling problems to pressure them into making favorable calls.
The Atlanta Hawks player has informed the city he intends to sue for $50 million after NYPD officers broke his leg.
In an interview on HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, Knicks owner James Dolan and former team executive Isiah Thomas laugh off claims of sexual harassment.
The Browns quarterback and his girlfriend were driving home Monday after drinking in Cleveland when an argument between them escalated, according to a police report.