MLB hopes to start testing minor leaguers for HGH this year

The New York Times is reporting that Major League Baseball plans to test minor league players for human growth hormone.

Day 11 Olympic roundup

South Korea's Kim Yu-na scored a 78.5 in the short program, which not only shattered her own record, it put her almost five points ahead of longtime rival — and chief threat — Mao Asada in ladies' Olympic figure skating Tuesday night.

Day 12 Olympic roundup

South Korea's Kim Yu-na scored a 78.5 in the short program, which not only shattered her own record, it put her almost five points ahead of longtime rival — and chief threat — Mao Asada in ladies' Olympic figure skating Tuesday night.

Magee becomes winningest men's coach

Herb Magee has passed The General.

Kobe returns with heroics in Memphis

Kobe Bryant returned to lineup after missing five games with an ankle injury and hit a 3-pointer with 4.3 seconds left to lift the Los Angeles Lakers to 99-98 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies Tuesday night.

Ex-Raiders assistant sues Cable, team

Former Oakland Raiders assistant Randy Hanson has sued head coach Tom Cable and the team. Hanson filed the lawsuit in Alameda County Superior Court on Tuesday.

Louisiana housing market doing well

LAFAYETTE - The housing market in Louisiana is doing much better than other areas of the country. Despite troubling figures in other states, only a 3% slide should be expected in the Louisiana housing market in 2010. Malcom Young, CEO of Louisi

Is Tiger's Gillette endorsement gone forever?

The CEO of the Procter & Gamble Co.

Former NBA star Williams gets minimum 18 months in prison

Former NBA star Jayson Williams has been sentenced to a minimum 18 months in prison for fatally shooting a hired driver in 2002, ending an eight-year legal odyssey.