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Plus, Miranda Granger’s fight is called off, a local track athlete is headed to EWU and more.
He fires a 5-under 65 to take a one-shot lead into the final round at Harding Park.
He’s the first Chinese player to lead after any round of a major in PGA Tour history.
The event is the first golf major since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Everett-based fighter anxious to return following a scary bout with blood clots after her only loss.
The Pirates pitcher is asymptomatic but has not been able to join his team due to positive results.
The Rays pitcher says he wishes he had not said, “I’m not playing unless I get mine.”
The reality of the summer sets in when witnessing first-hand empty stands at a sporting event.
Although contingency plans are being made, the league intends to start training camp on time.
Amazon purchases the naming rights for the former KeyArena and puts the focus on its climate-change message.
Ballparks will be empty and new rules in place as the league and players agree to season parameters.
The track begins its 10-race program Wednesday two months later than expected due to the pandemic.
Every race at the track this season will be aired on CBS affiliate CW11 Sunday evenings.
The pandemic forces the WNBA to play a 22-game regular season starting in late July without fans present.
However, the general consensus is that both the NHL and NBA have good restart plans.
Tom Lafferty has been a fixture on the local sports scene for 35 years. He’s one of eight inductees this year.
Both leagues, which suspended their seasons because of the coronavirus outbreak, have plans to restart.
The state says that pro sports can resume practices and activities in a limited capacity.
The league and its players reach a labor deal that includes a tournament in Orlando.
The eight-year MLB veteran signed a minor-league deal with Arizona in January.