Blood blank running low

LAFAYETTE - The patient blood supply has dipped to a critically low level at United Blood Services in Lafayette. Hospital officials say that a sharp decrease in donations in the past two weeks is to blame.

Angels players witness Manhattan man jump to his death

A Manhattan man jumped to his death on Tuesday from the roof of the hotel where the Los Angeles Angels were staying for their series against the Yankees.

Tiger sends in U.S. Open entry form

Tiger Woods has taken the first step toward playing the U.S. Open by sending in his entry form.

Big Ben talks to commish; no word on suspension

The NFL is weighing possible disciplinary action against Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who met with league commissioner Roger Goodell one day after learning he won't be charged in the alleged sexual assault of a Georgia college student.

Broncos' star WR signs tender; trade now more likely

Brandon Marshall has signed his $2.521 million tender from the Denver Broncos, a move which could help facilitate a trade for the mercurial wide receiver.

Kahne leaving Petty; 2011 plans unknown

Coveted free agent Kasey Kahne is leaving Richard Petty Motorsports after 2010, but his future destination is still up in the air

Injuries force two-time Pro Bowl DE Kerney to retire

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Patrick Kerney has announced his retirement.