Joe Burrow announces Hunger Relief Fund with Athens food pantry

OSU pauses workouts across several sports after student athletes test positive for COVID-19

Reds name Sonny Gray opening night starter, announce rotation

  FC Cincinnati leads city’s effort to land World Cup

Contact sports in Ohio get short-term ‘return to play’ order

MLB writer: Reds schedule ‘best’ in baseball

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MLB cancels All-Star Game for 1st time since 1945

Redskins to have ‘thorough review’ of name amid race debate

  Cincinnati Reds begin summer training as 2 players test positive for COVID-19

2 Reds players test positive for coronavirus, team reports

Florence Speedway announces return to racing with Thursday race

FC Cincinnati bans fan for ‘racist’ tweet directed at players

  FC Cincinnati leaves for Orlando ahead of season opening tournament

Teams only played just two games when the season began earlier this year when the league suspended play on March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic

Report: Patriots fined, lose draft pick for videotaping Bengals

The punishment handed down to the Patriots includes fines and the loss of a 2021 draft pick.

2020 Flying Pig Marathon canceled

This year's Flying Pig and Queen Bee races canceled due to COVID-19, but participants have other ways of getting involved.

  NFL training camps will start on time as scheduled

The Bengals will report for training camp on Tuesday, July 28, as scheduled despite COVID-19 altering timelines for many other major sports in 2020.

Spectators can attend Kentucky Derby 146 under strict guidelines

  Baseball is Back! Players agree to report to camp July 1

  UC to remove Marge Schott name from baseball stadium

  High school soccer player’s organ donation will help 100 others

  Play Ball? MLB owners want decision on 60-game season by Tuesday

  10-year-old female wrestler aims for 2028 Olympics, coach says

Reds Hall of Fame & Museum reopens to public Saturday

The museum will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  NKY high-school soccer player dies after collapsing during practice

The school says the student died on Tuesday.

  Western & Southern Open moving from Mason to NY

The Western and Southern Open has been played in Cincinnati for more than a decade.

  USTA moves Western & Southern Open from Mason to NY

The Western and Southern Open has been played in Cincinnati for more than a decade.

FCC’s new head coach arrives for training

Jaap Stam, who couldn’t travel to Cincinnati because of international travel restrictions, arrived late last week with new assistant coach Said Bakkati, according to an FC Cincinnati spokesperson.

Reds select high school outfielder Austin Hendrick with 12th pick

Austin Hendrick is the ninth-best player in the draft according to Baseball America.

Reds Hall of Fame & Museum announces June reopening dates

Officials with the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum say they have implemented a number of new protocols to help keep guests safe.

NASCAR releases statement on the confederate flag

The presence of the confederate flag at NASCAR events runs contrary to our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all fans, our competitors and our industry

Update: Thomas More Football will play 9-game schedule

As recommended by the conference Football Oversight Committee and approved by the football athletic directors and head coaches, the conference schedule will officially begin on September 12 with all 22 teams in action.

  Xavier University student-athletes make voices heard

Framed as a letter to Xavier supporters, they’re now asking for more meaningful support.

  MLS season to resume July 8

Teams only played just two games when the season began earlier this year when the league suspended play on March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic

  Saint Ursula may remove Marge Schott’s name from building

“The important thing is we do right by our students of color and our school community"

  Current, former players pushing UC leadership to rename baseball stadium

Marge Schott Stadium honors a "racist," says current team captain Nathan Moore.

  Love letter to baseball: Reds fan keeps 20 seasons worth of scorebooks

For 20 years, this fan filled 20 notebooks with more than 3,000 box scores.

Thomas More’s division recommends reduced football season

Thomas More’s football season is expected to start later and with a reduced schedule, as recommended by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.

  Former Bengals great Ken Riley dies

Ken Riley, a cornerback who spent his entire 15-year career with the Bengals and was a three-time All-Pro, has died at the age of 72.

  Olympian goes from gold medalist to children’s book author

An Olympic gold medalist from Cincinnati went from athlete to author of a new children’s book.

NBA owners approve 22-team season restart plan

A person with knowledge of the situation says the NBA’s Board of Governors has approved a 22-team format for restarting the league season in late July at the Disney campus near Orlando, Florida.

Kentucky Speedway adds fourth race to NASCAR weekend in July

All July 2020 NASCAR races at Kentucky Speedway will take place without spectators in attendance as part of NASCAR’s effort to bring live competition back to a worldwide broadcast audience.

MLS announces plan to return, FC Cincinnati players react

The new CBA, which will run until 2025, included an agreement to resume the 2020 season

  UC football unites in social media message

A snapshot of a football team united by the belief that together as one they stand for something.

  ‘It just hits close to home.’ Cincinnati volleyball star adds voice to protests

Jordan Thompson with Team USA says she’s from where these protests began.

Boston Marathon canceled; virtual race to take place instead

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

Cleveland Cavaliers star Andre Drummond leaves $1,000 tip at a Florida restaurant for waitress

Drummond is making $27 million with the Cavs this season.

Brown County fallen soldier honored in Sunday’s NASCAR race

Seth Blevins was killed nine-years ago during his deployment to Afghanistan.

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

The novel coronavirus can travel in small droplets released from the mouth when speaking, coughing and sneezing.

FC Cincinnati names Jaap Stam new head coach

tam had a prolific 15-year playing career which saw him star at some of the highest-profile clubs in the world

  NCAA approves voluntary workouts for football, basketball in June

Ohio State AD Gene Smith is hopeful that 50,000 fans can still attend football games this fall.

OHSAA votes to expand football playoffs in 2021

The playoffs will expand from eight schools per region to 12 beginning in the 2021 season.

  Dietrich, Teddy Kremer share friendship in virtual Best Buddies chat

"Everybody needs a friend, now more than ever.”

Belterra Park to reopen for live racing June 4th

Live racing will reopen at Belterra without spectators

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

Tony Yates will go down as an important figure in University of Cincinnati basketball history, having been a part of the program for three decades, our media partners at the Cincinnati Enquirer said.

Kentucky Speedway still “full steam ahead” for July racing

The NASCAR triple-header weekend in Sparta is currently scheduled to kick off on Thursday, July 9

  Reds announce furloughs, pay cuts in response to pandemic

The changes impact 25 percent of the club’s workforce.

Bengals’ 2020 preseason schedule released

The first preseason game is Saturday, Aug. 15, at Kansas City

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

AD John Cunningham says the virus will dictate the timeline, but plans are in place for the return of football.

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

The Flag Football Fanatics league in Liberty Township says they are working a plane to keep everyone involved safe once they are able to resume play.

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

The Cincinnati Bengals revealed its full 2020 NFL schedule on social media Thursday evening.

  Survey: Fans favor sports returning even without spectators in stands

A majority of fans surveyed by ESPN favor sports returning even if there are no spectators in the stands.

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

University of Louisville officials are preparing to respond to the NCAA following allegations concerning the men’s basketball program.

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

"Y’all pushed me to be a better everyday."

Andy Dalton signs with Cowboys

Just days after being released by the Bengals, Andy Dalton has signed with the Dallas Cowboys.

UC basketball set to host Louisville this November

UC and Louisville are scheduled to reunite on the basketball court 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.