Sports

Denver continues push to host Super Bowl

The city of Denver is already looking toward the Super Bowl in 2019, but all eyes are glued on New Jersey this weekend because it could very well factor into our own super ambitions.

Richard Sherman says he's misunderstood, 'I'm a people pleaser'

What's has it been like to be Richard Sherman the last week?

Dirk Nowitzki named to Western Conference All-Star team

Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki will represent the Western Conference in the NBA All-Star Game, the league announced tonight. Nowitzki will appear in his 12th career All-Star Game, more than any other player in franchise history.

Rangers receive LHP Pedro Figueroa on waiver claim from Tampa Bay; RHP Chaz Roe designated for assignment

The Texas Rangers announced this afternoon that the club has been awarded left-handed pitcher Pedro Figueroa on a waiver claim from the Tampa Bay Rays.

Former Texas Ranger, Michael Young to officially retire Friday at Ballpark in Arlington

Michael Young, the longtime Texas Rangers infielder has decided to retire from the game, and will do so in grand fashion.

Director: Super Bowl halftime show will be creative, cold

As he prepares Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show, Hamish Hamilton isn't free with details about what its millions of viewers should expect. Except for one.

Shreveport Bossier Mavericks holding No. 1 Slot in ABA power rankings

For the second consecutive week, the Shreveport-Bossier City Mavericks are ranked the #1 team in the American Basketball Association (ABA) Power Rankings for the week ending January 26.

Super Bowl: What you need to know

This is not your typical Super Bowl Sunday. There are things that are down. The temperature, for one. Ticket prices, in some cases, are another.

Mavs choke away huge lead, lose to Clippers

Winning five of their previous six road games and riding a three-game winning streak overall, the Dallas Mavericks stepped into Staples Center with revenge on their minds.

Rangers get new deal with Neal Cotts

The Texas Rangers announced that the club has agreed to terms with left-handed pitcher Neal Cotts on a one-year contract for the 2014 season. No further terms were disclosed.