Broncos parade through Denver, leave questions for later
A million blue-and-orange-clad fans lined the streets of Denver to cheer on the Super Bowl champion Broncos at Tuesday's victory parade.
Grizzlies center Marc Gasol out indefinitely with broken right foot
Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol will be out indefinitely after an MRI on Tuesday revealed a fracture in his right foot.
ONLY ON ABC7NEWS.COM: War waged on pimps, human traffickers during Super Bowl 50
One of the toughest challenges that came with hosting the Super Bowl for the Bay Area was the fight to crack down on sex trafficking. ABC7 News Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes has an exclusive interview with the FBI official who oversaw the entire operation.
Coast Guard rescue man from ocean off Pacifica coast, condition unknown
The Coast Guard pulled a man from the ocean off the coast near Pacifica, after he was swept away by a powerful ocean wave.
Cruise Captain: Weather Forecast Wasn't 'Anything Near' What Happened
The ship reversed course to head back to New Jersey.
Adnan Syed's Chance at New Trial Rests in Judge's Hands
Lawyers trying to get a new trial for Adnan Syed.
Source: Johnny Manziel 'hung over' at meeting; Browns say QB had concussion
Johnny Manziel was 'hung over' at a Cleveland Browns' meeting, a source told ESPN, but the team says the quarterback was diagnosed with a concussion.
Senator Worries Too Many Ineligible People Getting Obamacare Subsidies
Too many ineligible people are getting Obamacare tax subsidies, senator said.
SEC cites time-demand limits in saying Michigan shouldn't go to Florida
The SEC is trying to get the NCAA to stop Michigan from practicing in Florida over spring break.
Blake Griffin suspended 4 games
The Los Angeles Clippers have suspended star forward Blake Griffin for four games and will withhold his wages for one additional game, the team announced Tuesday.
Cornell Frat Head Accused of Attempted Rape Released
The chapter was placed on "interim suspension status."