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10/29/2014 1:29 AM
Royals force Game 7
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A couple hundred fans stood behind the Royals dugout for more than a half-hour after the final out, screaming and waving white rally towels.

10/29/2014 1:42 AM
Senators overpower Blue Jackets 5-2
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Clarke MacArthur and the Ottawa Senators used a big third period to put away the injury-riddled Columbus Blue Jackets.

10/29/2014 12:43 AM
Pistons hope to take big step under Van Gundy
DETROIT — After five straight seasons without a playoff berth, Joe Dumars’ long run as Detroit’s general manager came to an end.

10/28/2014 9:33 PM
Gordie Howe suffers serious stroke
Gordie Howe, a Hall of Famer known to many as “Mr. Hockey,” has lost some function on one side of his body and is having trouble speaking after suffering a stroke, the Detroit News reported on Tuesday.

10/28/2014 7:06 PM
Bailey calls it a career after 15 years in NFL
DENVER — Champ Bailey is retiring after a 15-year NFL career that included a dozen Pro Bowl selections, more than any cornerback in history.

10/28/2014 1:11 PM
Germany to bid for 2024 Olympics
FRANKFURT, Germany — Germany will bid to stage the 2024 Summer Olympics, with Berlin and Hamburg vying for the candidacy.

10/28/2014 1:09 PM
Mike Maroth is Hens new pitching coach
The Detroit Tigers have named Mike Maroth as the new pitching coach for the Mud Hens.

10/28/2014 12:23 AM
Washington edges Dallas in OT
ARLINGTON, Texas — Colt McCoy’s successful return to Texas trumped Tony Romo’s dramatic return to the game.

10/28/2014 12:03 AM
Invasive species not just a Lake Erie problem
Yellowstone Lake is a stunning sight in one of the most unique natural areas on the face of the planet — Yellowstone National Park. This ecological Garden of Eden covers nearly 3,500 square miles and is home to a geothermal showcase of geysers, hot springs, calderas, volcanoes, fumaroles, and mud pots.

10/28/2014 12:00 AM
Pair of improbable victories move Lions into first place
DETROIT — That familiar refrain “Same Old Lions” has been quieted lately.