Riders sue amusement park after getting stuck on roller coaster
Six Flags Magic Mountain is sued by riders who got stuck on a roller coaster.
Tiger Woods back at Royal Liverpool
Tiger Woods returned to Royal Liverpool on Saturday for the first time since he won his third Open Championship title in 2006.
Carmelo, Knicks negotiating deal
Representative for Carmelo Anthony are presently finalizing negotiations on a contract that will bring him back to the New York Knicks, sources tell ESPN's Stephen A. Smith.
LeBron deal has eye on future cap
LeBron James finalized a two-year, $42.1 million contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday, sources familiar with the process told ESPN.com.
Oldest Case of Down Syndrome Found in 1,500-Year-Old Skeleton
A 1,500-year-old skeleton has shed new light on how ancient civilizations viewed those with genetic disorders. French researchers have found the oldest confirmed case of Down syndrome after uncovering the skeleton of a child with the genetic disorder.
Survivor of Texas Massacre Says Family's 'in a Better Place'
The lone survivor of a shooting that left her entire family dead spoke at a community memorial only one day after being released from a Texas hospital.
Pau Gasol tweets he's joining Bulls
Pau Gasol is inching closer to becoming a Chicago Bull, with a source telling ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne that a deal between the two sides "should be done [Saturday]."
Agent: Jazz retain Gordon Hayward
The Utah Jazz have retained Gordon Hayward after matching the Charlotte Hornets' four-year, $63 million offer sheet to the restricted free agent, according to multiple media reports.
Bay Area Earthquake Tracker
Find information on recent earthquake in the Bay Area, California and world.
Rockets to sign Trevor Ariza
The Houston Rockets will sign small forward Trevor Ariza to a four-year, $32 million contract, a source confirmed to ESPNDallas.com, giving the team a potential replacement if it opts not to match the offer sheet to restricted free agent Chandler Parsons.
Wade on LeBron: He made right call
Dwyane Wade says he is sad to see LeBron James leave the Miami Heat, and he supports him regardless.