As families continue to seek the most original way to do their gender reveal, having Zion Williamson on your side goes a long way.
Matt LaFleur and company will have to hit the ground running thanks to yet another brutal mid-season stretch
With only one week remaining ahead of the ever-so-crucial 2019 NFL Draft, the angling and crazy rumors are merely getting started. With some shifts around the board, what might the Buffalo Bills be drafting in the first round? 7ABC's Joe Buscaglia brings
Ohio State EDGE Nick Bosa might be an even better prospect than brother Joey was.
UFC featherweight Dan Ige gave a blood sample to a woman at his home Thursday morning only to find out later that woman had no affiliation with USADA.
Tyeler Davison has been a starter for the past three seasons with the New Orleans Saints, but just how much is the team relying on Davison to address some of its 2018 woes?
As the NFL draft looms, with the expectation that the Cardinals will take Kyler Murray with the No. 1 pick, current Arizona QB Josh Rosen says the uncertainty is "annoying" but he understands that "football's a business."
Clint Frazier is swinging a hot bat and Justus Sheffield became James Paxton
Lions GM Bob Quinn believes many of the underclassmen in the NFL draft are getting "bad information" about their prospects of being drafted.
"As the fox got close, she went and clubbed it in the head with the shovel, kind-of knocked it out," Animal Control Officer Scott Hendricks said.
Fabrizio Stabile died last year after visiting a Texas surf resort
Two papers appearing April 18 in the journal Cell Metabolism confirm that the circadian clock is an important factor in how the body responds to physical exertion. The studies focused on different components of exercise, thereby complementing each other.
Relying on the trickery used by the AIDS virus to infect people, doctors at two medical centers say they have cured 10 infants of so-called bubble boy disease, a genetic defect that leaves children, typically boys, without an immune system.
The state is one of 17 that allows exemptions for "personal, moral or other beliefs.” That may soon change.
Two new studies confirm that weight control is often the result of genetics, not willpower.