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Updated 7 hours ago
Navardauskas wins Stage 19 of Tour de France
BERGERAC, France — Ramunas Navardauskas of Lithuania led a late breakaway in a downpour to win the 19th Stage of the Tour de France on Friday after hitching a ride with his Garmin-Sharp teammates.

Updated 8 hours ago
Indiana's Curt Miller resigns as coach
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Curt Miller, who coached women's basketball at Bowling Green State University for 11 seasons, has resigned as Indiana's women's basketball coach due to personal health and family reasons.

Updated 9 hours ago
New perspective for Lions player
Detroit Lions linebacker Tahir Whitehead knows something about making first impressions.

Updated 19 hours ago
Tigers top Angels 6-4
ANAHEIM, Calif. —The day after the Detroit Tigers traded for Texas Rangers closer Joakim Soria, Joe Nathan made a point of showing why he is still manager Brad Ausmus’ No. 1 option in the ninth inning.

Updated 19 hours ago
Indians fall 2-1 in extra innings
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After four hours, 23 minutes and a dozen pitchers combining to throw 397 pitches, Nori Aoki gave the Kansas City Royals a win.

Updated 20 hours ago
Injuries hamper Olympic dream
Korbin Smith is still chasing a dream of competing in the Olympics.

Published 20 hours ago
Scoreboard 7-25
Senior British Open


Published 21 hours ago
Supporting conservation and anglers
A hundred years of doing anything certainly gives you some perspective. It also affords you the right to sit back, stroke the gray beard a few times, and remark about the past as you ponder the future.

Published 21 hours ago
The Blade Fishing Report: 7-25
■  Maumee River: The waterway has settled into its summer mode, according to regular river watcher Joe Roecklein, who keeps an eagle eye on things all the way up to the Providence Dam. “Rocketman” reports so-so results on the smallmouth bass side, and spotty white bass catches along the river, except for at the dam, where the fishing seems to …