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Kemari Averett, a sophomore tight end, was suspended from the team and reportedly remains in jail after pleading not guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment and fourth-degree assault.
Major League Baseball acknowledged that it removed from a camera well near the Red Sox dugout an Astros employee who said he was trying to catch the Red Sox stealing signs during Game 1.
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As NBA fans look for any indication of where the Golden State forward might wind up in 2019-20, a possibly deleted Instagram like of his gains notice on the day the Warriors begin their season.
Jackie Bradley Jr.’s grand slam off closer Roberto Osuna gives Boston a 2-1 series lead and brings up questions of bad karma for Houston.
After previously offering some takes on sports issues that intersected with politics, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad surprises with an opinion on Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines.
D.C. United can put itself in a powerful position for a postseason spot with a win over struggling Toronto.
Loudoun County schools hope to take advantage of an uptick in funding, as they participate in postseason play for the third time.
There were no concussions suffered by players on kickoffs this preseason, with a new set of rules in place.
Ibrahimovic said the boys play for "probably the best team in the world."
The right back, 23, who also played at DeMatha High and the University of Maryland, will begin four months of chemotherapy soon and is expected to make a full recovery.
Hood played sparingly this season and had just three tackles.
Stone Bridge, Flint Hill and Northwest remain in the top four.
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