When will Caitlin Clark break all-time NCAA men’s/women’s basketball record?

After recently becoming the all-time leading scorer in NCAA women’s basketball history, Caitlin Clark is chasing another record.

Australia women’s goalkeeper jerseys finally on sale, six months after World Cup

From this week, soccer fans will be able to buy Australian goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold’s Nike jersey, more than six months after she wore the purple top at the Women’s World Cup.

‘Taylor Swift effect’ brings Kansas City dads/daughters together

Michael Nigro says it’s been one of the best Chiefs seasons for him and his family.

Legendary Coach John Wooden Honored with USPS Commemorative Stamp

The U.S. Postal Service is set to unveil a new Forever stamp paying tribute to the enduring legacy of basketball coaching icon, John Wooden. This commemorative stamp celebrates the indelible impact of Coach Wooden's leadership and mentorship in the world ...

Kansas City woman gets '#KCStrong' tattoo, shares message with Chiefs Kingdom

People are showing unique ways of honoring the victims of the Chiefs rally shooting, including one Kansas City native who has made the phrase "KC Strong" a permanent fixture in her life.

Carl Lewis calls proposed format change in long jump April Fools’ joke

A proposed format change could shake-up the long jump at major track and field competitions, but will the idea take flight? That’s the big question for those involved in the sport right now, notably nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis.

At least half of the victims of the Kansas City mass shooting are children. The city is now grappling with the tragedy

Investigators are examining bullets and shell casings left behind at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl celebration rally after a shooting that killed one person and wounded more than 20 others – at least half of them children – as ...

Shaquille O'Neal's legendary jersey first to be retired by Orlando Magic

He's one of the most iconic players with one of the most iconic names in all of sports.

Qatar Open: Naomi Osaka reaches first quarterfinal in almost two years

Former world No. 1 Naomi Osaka has reached her first quarterfinal in almost two years, after her opponent Lesia Tsurenko withdrew with an elbow injury at the Qatar Open.

1 dead, at least 21 others wounded in shooting following Chiefs Super Bowl celebration rally, officials say

A shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory rally left at least one person dead and at least 21 others wounded Wednesday, officials said, shattering a joyous afternoon for the massive crowd celebrating the Chiefs latest NFL title. ...

Investigators search for what motivated a shooting that left 1 dead and more than 20 wounded at Chiefs Super Bowl celebration

Police are working to figure out who opened fire and why after they say one person was killed and more than 20 wounded at the end of the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory rally Wednesday, sending fans in red ...

Super Bowl LVIII sets record with a staggering 123.4 million viewers, American TV’s biggest audience since moon landing

Super Bowl LVIII was the most-watched American television broadcast in a generation.

San Francisco 49ers players admit they didn’t know new Super Bowl overtime rules following loss to Chiefs

Super Bowl LVIII came down to the wire. Sixty minutes of action couldn’t separate the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers and so the Super Bowl went to overtime.

‘Let’s do it big!’: Patrick Mahomes/Kansas City Chiefs get ready for Super Bowl parade

There can surely be no better day than Valentine’s Day to shower your city’s football team with love – and if there is one team that’s truly earned that show of affection from fans, it’s the Kansas City Chiefs.

Travis Kelce: "Push on Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was ‘definitely unacceptable’"

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce said on Wednesday that his push of head coach Andy Reid during Super Bowl LVIII was “definitely unacceptable.”