N.J. Community That Lost Young Athlete To Cancer Will Host Wrestling FundraiserIn his nine years of life, Chase Ryan Olsen left a lasting mark. Now, his community is coming together for a fundraiser in the form of a wresting meet.
The Family That Spars Together: Boxing’s Serrano Sisters Are Knocking Out The CompetitionSerrano has gone on to win multiple titles, but also influenced her younger sister Amanda, who jumped into the ring at the age of 18.
‘Just Stop It:’ New York Giant Victimized By Vandals Calls For End To Oppression, RacismThe home of a New York Giants football player was vandalized by burglars who left hateful symbols and words on the walls.
Jayson Williams Calls Himself 'Coward' For Covering Up ShootingFormer NBA All-Star Jayson Williams has called himself a "coward" for his cover-up of the drunken accidental shooting death of a limo driver in 2002.
Pro Teams Look To Score Big By Improving Fan ExperienceA recent study shows that, even if given free tickets to a game, 57 percent of fans would rather watch at home.
Mets Pitcher Jeurys Familia Pleads Not Guilty To Domestic Violence ChargeMets All-Star closer Jeurys Familia has pleaded not guilty to domestic violence charges related to an alleged altercation between Familia and the mother of his child.
Brooklyn Chess Grandmaster Passing His Wisdom On To KidsWhen international grandmaster Maurice Ashley passes on his knowledge, the game comes alive.
Brooklyn Motivational Speaker Is Running The Marathon For A CauseMore than 50,000 people will be running in the New York City Marathon next Sunday. Some are running for competition, others for recreation, and some are running for charity.
Investigators: Miami Marlins Pitcher Was Partying On Night Of His DeathThe medical examiner said Jose Fernandez had cocaine and alcohol in his system when he died last month.
Veterans Suffering From PTSD Turning To Golf As TherapySome military members who are battling post-traumatic stress disorder have begun turning to golf as a form of therapeutic treatment.
New York Teen Is Poised To Become Rock Climbing’s First Breakout StarA Manhattan teenager has become the most accomplished female in rock climbing. Now, at just 15, she's got the potential to become rock climbing's first breakout star.
Far From A Waste Of Time, Video Games Are Netting Some Players MillionsGetting paid to play video games is no longer an impossible dream. Thousands are turning their hobby into a full time job

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