A tennis commentator dropped by ESPN for a remark about Venus Williams during the Australian Open sued the sports network Feb. 14 for wrongful termination.
The Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 1996 by Dr. Harry Robinson in an effort to honor the achievements by outstanding African American athletes and coaches in Texas.
Charlie Strong is done at the University of Texas at Austin
When Shaquille O’Neal was 10 years old, his father made a prediction. Friday night, it was realized when O’Neal became a Hall of Famer.
The U.S. Olympic Team made itself right at home in Rio.
Letting his hair go au naturel and sprinting between drills as usual, Colin Kaepernick took the field Sunday with the San Francisco 49ers as his stance against standing for the national anthem drew chatter across NFL camps.
Social activism is coming at a cost for some WNBA players.
In an historic effort – reflective of their own sports heroes in the 70s – four NBA athletes took the stage during the ESPY Awards, July 13, to address the recent incidents of race-driven violence across the country. The four ...
Golden State star Stephen Curry thanked NBA stars Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James for their message while accepting the night’s first award for record-breaking performance. He hit 402 three-pointers during the regular season.
Ride’em cowboy! That was the reaction of the 5,000-plus people that packed and sold out the fifth annual Hip-Hop Cowboys Spring Rodeo at the Mesquite Arena in Mesquite on March 19.
Twenty years. That’s how long the Dallas Cowboys have gone without winning a Super Bowl.
It was not a Happy Thanksgiving for the Dallas Cowboys as the team lost their eighth game of the season, losing to the undefeated Caroline Panthers, 14-33, on Thanksgiving Day.
Women’s professional basketball is returning to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex after 30 years.
Despite taking a 14-0 lead in the first 10 minutes of the game, the Dallas Cowboys could not hold on to their lead and fell to the Atlanta Falcons 28-39 on Sept. 27 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
It was a wild finish for the Dallas Cowboys season opener against the New York Giants on Sunday. After trailing 20-26 to the Giants with 1:34 left in the fourth quarter, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo led his team to a ...