Boston Marathon canceled; virtual race to take place instead

The marathon was previously postponed from April to Sept. 14 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

  GABP to serve as ‘beta’ test site for promising antiviral

FC Cincinnati names Jaap Stam new head coach

  NCAA approves voluntary workouts for football, basketball in June

OHSAA votes to expand football playoffs in 2021

  Dietrich, Teddy Kremer share friendship in virtual Best Buddies chat

Belterra Park to reopen for live racing June 4th

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  Tony Yates: Former University of Cincinnati basketball player and coach dies at 82

Kentucky Speedway still “full steam ahead” for July racing

  Reds announce furloughs, pay cuts in response to pandemic

Bengals’ 2020 preseason schedule released

UC Athletic Director to FOX19 NOW: ‘We’re planning to play football’

  Butler County flag football league working on game plan as they await restart signal

Celebrate 513 Day with FC Cincinnati to support local business, non-profit

These shirts will only be available for a limited time and a $5.13 donation will be made to local non-profit ABC.

AP source: MLB owners approve plan to start season in July

Spring training would start in early to mid-June, said a person familiar with the decision.

Joe Burrow Bengals jersey among top 10 most popular on NFL Shop

The Bengals No. 1 overall pick has Cincinnati fans excited for a new season.

‘Geaux Tigers’: Roger Bacon’s Kiner commits to LSU

Kiner chose LSU after taking a virtual tour of the campus.

Bengals release full 2020 schedule

  Survey: Fans favor sports returning even without spectators in stands

UofL president, athletic director discuss NCAA allegations against men’s basketball program

  ‘Thank you Cincinnati:' Dalton issues first public statement after release from Bengals

Andy Dalton signs with Cowboys

UC basketball set to host Louisville this November

  ‘We want our money back:’ Parents upset with partial refund after soccer season cancelled

A memo sent to parents says the club needs the money for a new sprinkler system, among other expenses.

  Stories of the Daltons’ giving emerge as couple bids farewell to city

“He’s just so much more than an amazing quarterback."

  Andy Dalton to be remembered for contributions on and off the field

Andy Dalton: former Bengals QB, husband, father of three, family man, a contributor to the Queen City and those in need.

Bengals release QB Andy Dalton after 9 years with team

The Bengals have released veteran quarterback Andy Dalton after nine years with the team.

Fans can get refund or credit towards 2021 for postponed Reds games

The Reds are giving fans with tickets to the postponed games some options on how to use those tickets.

  Goodell reduces salary to $0, NFL workers taking pay cuts

Goodell, who makes upward of $30 million a year from salaries and bonuses, voluntarily had his salary reduced this month, a person familiar with the move tells The Associated Press on Wednesday.

Great Parks golf courses to reopen

Great Parks of Hamilton County will be reopening all six golf courses this Friday, May 1.

The Bengal King: Joe Burrow gets honorary Izzy’s sandwich

The Bengal King will be available for a limited time starting on Monday.

Bengals inject “culture” with Zac Taylor’s second draft class

The NFL’s first ever virtual draft wasn’t just a big success across the country, it was a major success for the Bengals.

Fairfield’s Josiah Scott drafted by Jaguars

Fairfield High School graduate, Josiah Scott, is now officially a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

UC’s Josiah Deguara drafted by Packers

Former University of Cincinnati tight end, Josiah Deguara, was selected by the Green Bay Packers with the 94th pick in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

  'Geaux Bengals’: Joe Burrow billboard goes up on I-71/75

The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback is now officially a Cincinnati Bengal

  Bengals select Joe Burrow with first overall pick in 2020 draft

Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow is now officially a Cincinnati Bengal.

  WATCH: FOX19′s NFL Draft Special counts down to first overall pick

The Bengals are widely expected too draft Joe Burrow.

  Source: Bengals have informed Joe Burrow he’s their pick

Burrow will become the Bengals’ first No. 1 overall pick since they drafted QB Carson Palmer in 2003

Is Joe Burrow a “can’t miss” prospect?

This is the fourth time in franchise history the Bengals have owned the No. 1 pick in the draft and the results have been mixed.

  WATCH: Joe Burrow surprises Ohio Lowe’s workers in his hometown

"It’s hardworking folks like these who make me so proud to be from Athens"

Bengals announce donation to 8 food banks serving Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana

“We want to help our community during these challenging times."

Fans sue MLB, teams over ticket money, ask for class action

Opening day on March 26 was pushed back until mid-May at the earliest after a national emergency was declared due to the new coronavirus pandemic.

Geno Atkins, wife Kristen donate $100K to Freestore Foodbank

The gift will help provide up to 300,000 meals

Andy Dalton, wife JJ donate $150k to help coronavirus response fund

The donation from Andy and JJ Dalton will go towards helping everyone in the middle of the coronavirus battle.

By The Numbers: Look at Bengals draft history

Take a look at some key numbers as we near the start of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Bengals to broadcast pre-draft party

The party kicks off Thursday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m.

You can help feed those in need with chance at once in a lifetime experiences

If you've ever dreamed of being at some of the greatest sporting events or appearing in a movie, here's your chance.

  UC discontinues men’s soccer program

The men’s soccer program dated to 1973 with an all-time record of 385-408-84.

NASCAR driver Kyle Larson fired after racial slur in virtual race

Chip Ganassi Racing has fired its star NASCAR driver Kyle Larson after he used the N-word during a virtual race.

  Tour de France called off amid virus, no new dates set

It may still happen this year, but it’s clear the three-week race won’t be starting on June 27 in the Riviera city of Nice as scheduled.

Reds launch $1M gameday staff COVID-19 relief fund

The fund provides short-term assistance to help bridge the financial gap by supporting gameday staff.

  NKU golfer with incurable illness a ‘role model’ to teammates

Golf will always be part of Kelsey Wessels’ life. So will cystic fibrosis.

  Mom of Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns dies from COVID-19

The Minnesota Timberwolves picked Karl-Anthony Towns No. 1 pick out of the University of Kentucky in the 2015 NBA draft.

NASCAR’s Larson suspended for racial slur in virtual race

Larson was competing in an iRacing event Sunday night when he appeared to lose communication on his headset with his spotter when he used the N-word.

  Bengals chaplain survives COVID-19: ‘Our faith was everything’

LaMorris Crawford, a mainstay in the Cincinnati Bengals organization, says he was close to death.

  La Salle Football product creating surgical shields for healthcare workers

A state champion football player from La Salle is turning his attention to helping hospital workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

  ‘Power packs’ delivered to families of public school children in Tri-State

A UC football star is one of the program's biggest advocates.

OHSAA outlines plan for spring sports if schools re-open

If school facilities do not reopen this school year, there will not be a spring sports season.

Bengals announce contract agreements with 8 UFAs

Six of the eight UFA signings for the Bengals are on the defensive side of the ball.

AP sources: MLB, union discuss playing all games in Arizona

Ideas are still in the early stage, and the Arizona option would have many obstacles to overcome, the people said.

It’s National Student-Athlete Day!

We want to celebrate your student-athlete!

NFL going virtual for upcoming draft

The NFL draft will be conducted in a virtual format, with team personnel working from their homes.

  Tri-State volleyball player overcomes lung condition to inspire others

When she was diagnosed with her condition, doctors gave Emily a 50/50 chance of surviving.

British Open canceled, Masters to November in major rescheduling

It was a major piece of golf trying to reconfigure a schedule brought on by the spread of the new coronavirus.

  Wimbledon canceled for 1st time since WWII because of virus

The All England Club announced after an emergency meeting that the event it refers to simply as The Championships is being scrapped for 2020.

Bengals release Dre Kirkpatrick

'Dre was a part of the Bengals’ organization for many years, and displayed passion, energy and competitiveness both on and off the field'

  Xavier athletes raise thousands for Freestore Foodbank on Go Fund Me

'It is incredible to see that we have people supporting us all over the city, the states, all of our hometowns'

NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

The council is made up of college sports administrators representing all 32 D-I conferences, plus two members of the student-athlete advisory committee.

Reds’ Barnhart open to playing games without fans: ‘I just want to play’

Barnhart said there have been discussions of using double headers and neutral sites to help play as many games as possible.

  Tokyo Olympics rescheduled for July 23-Aug. 8 in 2021

Last week, the IOC and Japanese organizers postponed the Olympics until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

  Holy Grail teams up with Cincy Shirts to help its displaced employees

Holy Grail at The Banks and Cincy Shirts team up to help employees.

Father of UofL football player dies from COVID-19 complications

Corey Reed Jr., a native of Fulton, Georgia, has played for the Cardinals for three seasons.

OHSAA winter tournaments now canceled

Winter sports tournaments of wrestling, basketball and ice hockey were postponed indefinitely on March 12

Indianapolis 500 postponed for coronavirus

The Indianapolis 500 has been postponed from May to Aug. 23.

  Show off your love for the Reds on Thursday with #OpeningDayAtHome

Just because Opening Day has been delayed doesn't mean you can't still rock all of your Reds gear on Thursday.

  Leah Still celebrates 5 years cancer-free

“Cincinnati will always be my home because they helped me in the hardest time of my life.”

Bengals sign Safety Vonn Bell to continue overhaul

Bell, a second-round pick by the Saints out of Ohio State, spent the last four seasons as a starting safety in New Orleans.

Tokyo Olympics officially postponed to 2021 by IOC

The IOC said the games will be held "not later than summer 2021" but they will still be called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

MLS extends season suspension for 8 more weeks due to coronavirus concerns

MLS says they are extending the suspension of their season for at least eight more weeks.

Arizona-based Reds employee tests positive for coronavirus

Reds staff who came in close contact with this employee are being tested and have self-quarantined.

Reds to set up $1M relief fund to help ballpark workers

The Reds join the 29 other MLB teams in committing funds to help gameday workers.