New carp population control plan in place

LOUISIANA - Officials in Louisiana are hoping to better control the exploding Asian carp population in the state. The department of wildlife and fisheries says it will unveil a new marketing plan Tuesday for increased distribution of the fish.

DePaul fires Wainwright after five seasons

DePaul has fired coach Jerry Wainwright after fives years on the job.

China ends U.S.’s reign as largest auto market

China supplanted the U.S. as the world’s largest auto market after its 2009 vehicle sales jumped 46 percent, ending more than a century of American dominance that started with the Model T Ford.

US Republicans call on Senator Reid to quit post

WASHINGTON - The Republican Party chief called on Senator Harry Reid on Sunday to step down as Senate majority leader over racial comments about President Barack Obama, while Democrats tried to put the issue behind

Ex-Net Williams pleads guilty, faces at least 18 months

Former basketball player Jayson Williams pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated assault and will serve at least 18 months in prison for accidentally killing a limousine driver in his bedroom, finally closing one chapter in his troubled post-NBA life.

Carroll: Seahawks job 'came out of nowhere'

Pete Carroll explains why he's leaving USC to return to the NFL.

Oregon State's Riley signs 3-year extension

Oregon State football coach Mike Riley has agreed to a three-year contract extension through 2019.

Warner's season (and career) not done yet

Kurt Warner carves up the Packers, then thanks the Cardinals' crowd.