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Vegas Golden Knights to Play First Game at Dallas Oct. 6The expansion Vegas Golden Knights will make their regular-season debut on the road in Dallas on Oct. 6 and host Arizona on Oct. 10 in the first home game in franchise history.
Ex-NFL Player Killed in RenoThe first Montana Tech football player in school history to sign an NFL contract has been fatally shot in Nevada.
Frank Nobilo On Travelers Championship: '[Players] Have To Hit Shots'The Travelers Championship at TPC Rivers Highlands welcomes one of its strongest fields. CBS Sports' Frank Nobilo previews the tournament.
Zach Collins: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectThe Gonzaga freshman discusses why he chose to enter the draft and his goals for his NBA career.
O.J. Simpson Getting July 20 Parole Hearing DateState Board of Parole Commissioners official David Smith said Tuesday the 70-year-old Simpson is due to appear July 20 before a panel of four parole commissioners who could approve his release Oct.1.
Heidi Harris: Shortage Of Officials In Local Youth SportsWith a lack of interest in officiating youth sports on the rise, is the involvement of parents to blame?
Vegas Golden Knights May Get Franchise Goalie, Young RosterWhat will that team look like when it takes the ice in early October? It will probably be the most competitive expansion team in the league's history.
Sterling Brown: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectSMU senior guard discusses his battles with his older brother, learning from a legend like Larry Brown, and what he hopes for his NBA career.
Keidel: Hard To Hate These YankeesThe Yankees, built from the farm up with Gary Sanchez, Aaron Judge and others, currently lead the AL East, and it feels right.
Moses Kingsley: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectFrom Nigeria to Mississippi to Arkansas, the Razorbacks forward has had quite the journey to becoming a draft hopeful.
Saves And Speed Still Can Be Secured By Smart Shopping On The Waiver WireThere's an old adage in fantasy baseball about never wasting high draft picks on closers and stolen-base demons, because you can often find them throughout the season. It's only partially true, and here's why.
NHL Salary Cap Set at $75 Million for 2017-18 SeasonThe NHL salary cap has been set at $75 million for this season in a slight increase over last year.

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