Masahiro Tanaka out at least 6 weeks
The New York Yankees will be without Masahiro Tanaka, their ace righthander, for at least six weeks due to a partially torn elbow ligament, but seem for now to have dodged the bullet of season-ending Tommy John surgery.
Cavs announce Kyrie Irving extension
The Cavaliers didn't wait. They announced Kyrie Irving's contract extension the moment they were allowed.
'Travis: A Soldier's Story' premieres in Chicago
"Travis: A Soldier's Story" is about the life of U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills.
Sterling trial put on hold until July 21
A trial that could determine the fate of the Los Angeles Clippers was delayed Thursday until after a deadline to conclude a $2 billion sale -- and a scheduled NBA vote on the deal -- but there is hope for more time.
Vigil highlights potential dangers of oil rail tankers
A candlelight vigil organized by environmental groups was held in the Pilsen neighborhood to highlight the potential dangers.
CTA expected to upgrade to 4G wireless service
If you use your smartphone on a CTA subway line, get ready for better service.
Volunteers build new playground in East Garfield Park
More than 200 volunteers worked to build the new playscape at Providence Saint Mel School in the East Garfield Park neighborhood.
NFL teams split $6B in revenue
NFL teams, for the first time, equally divided more $6 billion in revenue last season.
Mayweather-Maidana rematch booked
Although pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. said last week that he planned to give a rematch to Marcos Maidana, the unified welterweight champion made it official on Thursday, making the announcement over social media.
Yadier Molina has torn ligament
St. Louis Cardinals All-Star catcher Yadier Molina has a torn ligament in his right thumb and will need surgery, the team announced Thursday.
Alleged Texas Shooter Choked, Threatened Mom Week Ago
A week before Ron Haskell allegedly killed four children and two adults in a Texas rampage he taped his mother to a chair, choked her and threatened to kill her for speaking to his ex-wife, according to police records obtained by ABC News.
Jackson: Optimistic Melo will sign
New York Knicks president Phil Jackson said on Thursday that he hadn't heard from free agent Carmelo Anthony in recent days but remained confident that Anthony would re-sign with the Knicks.