• ESPN says it accepts Hill’s apology for Trump tweets

    NEW YORK (AP) — ESPN says it has accepted the apology of its “SportsCenter” host Jemele Hill for tweeting this week that President Donald Trump was a “white supremacist” and “bigot.”

  • American stars Morgan, Rapinoe donating salaries to charity

    LONDON (AP) — World Cup winners Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe are donating 1 percent of their salaries to soccer charities.

  • Kings’ Zach Randolph gets community service after LA arrest

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph was sentenced to community service on Wednesday after being charged with marijuana possession and resisting arrest following an incident last month at a Los Angeles housing project, prosecutors said.

  • After arrest, radio host quits ‘Boomer and Carton’ show

    NEW YORK (AP) — New York sports radio personality Craig Carton quit his “dream job” on WFAN Wednesday, saying he didn’t want to be a distraction as he faces federal charges that he cheated investors to pay off gambling debts.

  • South Dakota Indian students will hear original works played

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A composing boot camp is allowing teens and adults from a South Dakota American Indian reservation who may never have written a piece of music before to hear their original compositions performed by professional musicians.

  • NASCAR drivers say ambulances have been issue all season

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Matt Kenseth had his race ruined by a wayward ambulance on pit road at Richmond, and it was not the first issue the driver has had with an emergency vehicle this year at a NASCAR race.

  • Correction: Alice Waters Memoir story

    BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — In a story Sept. 7 about Alice Waters, The Associated Press misidentified the president of the James Beard Foundation as Janet Ungaro. Her name is Susan Ungaro.

  • Review: Jennifer Lawrence stuns in the audacious ‘mother!’

    Women give, men take and the Old Testament crashes into modern anxiety in director Darren Aronofsky’s “mother! ” It is an audacious, bold and fascinating fever dream of a film. It’s allegory for, well, everything (the environment, marriage, art, spirituality, you name it!), that will challenge, distress and edify anyone who chooses to submit themselves to this creation for two hours.

  • WVU QB Will Grier the 3rd most popular brother in his family

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Two years after a promising career at Florida came crashing down, Will Grier is now the toast of West Virginia. He’s still not the most famous person in his family.

  • Stars turn out to push for donations for hurricane relief

    NEW YORK (AP) — Urged on by dozens of stars who turned out to sing, tell stories and plead for support for hurricane victims in a one-hour televised benefit, organizers said more than $44 million was raised Tuesday and donations are still being accepted.