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There are over 150 sports commissions in the U.S. which face the everyday challenge of luring sporting events to their community. The Orlando Area Sports Commission recently made a bold bid to lure th
ESPN''s Stuart Scott reported that taxpayer money is being used to build a practice facility for the Panthers on the campus of the private Wofford College. $500,000 is coming from the Economic Develop
The Advisory Task Force on Professional Sports in Minneapolis met for the second time on the future of sports in the Twin Cities, with a scheduled address by former CBS Sports President Neal Pilson. A
New NFL Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow used his induction speech to make a plea on behalf of affirmative action programs and to "lash out" at opponents of the policy -- one of whom, House Speaker Newt G
Hall of Famers Willie McCovey and Duke Snider yesterday pleaded guilty to Federal tax fraud charges for not reporting income from signing autographs and participating in sports memorabilia shows. Snid
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The Twin Cities'' Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission is expected to announce the formation of an advisory task force on professional sports on Wednesday, according to Jay Weiner in this morning
The Justice Department yesterday ended its antitrust investigation of Ticketmaster "closing the book on an investigation that once threatened to dramatically alter business practices" for the ticket i
Mayor Richard Greene and other local officials of Arlington, TX, are aiming to use MLB''s 66th All-Star Game to create an image for the city, according to Christopher Ave in the FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGR
The 49ers had hoped to have their grievance situation with Richard Dent resolved by Friday, but Dent has "protested league actions" and it is unclear when the club''s salary cap picture will be clear,
Tuesday''s congressional hearing on the effects of Title IX showed that "no one is completely satisfied with enforcement of the 1972 gender-equity law," according to Harry Blauvelt of USA TODAY. Rep.
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