• 5:56am Mar 27, 2013
    World News World News Sports

    U.S. Men's Soccer Team Ties With Mexico

    Brad Guzan swatted away shot after shot and the U.S. team hung on for a 0-0 draw with Mexico Tuesday night. The U.S. earned only its second point in a World Cup qualifier at Azteca Stadium.
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    12:50pm Mar 26, 2013
    Sports Sports

    Is Tiger Woods Ready for The Masters?

    After he won the latest pro golf tournament on Monday, Tiger Woods climbed back to number one in the sport.  In his weekly Sports Commentary, WFDD's Dave Goren says that mean all is right with the

  • 6:34pm Mar 23, 2013
    Sports Sports National Economy

    March Madness: Good For Fans, Bad For Business

    No matter what team wins, employers are losing out. A recent study estimated the NCAA Division I men's college basketball tournament has already cost American companies at least $134 million in the first two days alone.
  • 6:00pm Mar 21, 2013
    Sports Sports Economy

    Florida Pitches New Facilities To Clinch Spring Training

    Over the next four years, five major league teams will be renegotiating their spring training leases in Florida. With millions in economic benefits at stake, local communities and the Sunshine State are looking to upgraded facilities in hopes of keeping teams from moving to other locations in Florida and Arizona.
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    12:16pm Mar 19, 2013
    Sports Sports

    NCAA Tournament Tip Off

    The real March Madness begins this week, when the NCAA Tournament's second and third rounds are played at eight sites throughout the country.

  • Ruth Ann Steinhagen, then-19, in the Cook County Jail after she shot Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Eddie Waitkus in 1949. On the table: a photo of Waitkus taken in the hospital where he was recovering from his bullet wound. The story of his shooting
    5:54pm Mar 18, 2013
    Sports Sports National

    Stalker Who Inspired 'The Natural' Dies; Lived Real Life In Obscurity

    Ruth Ann Steinhagen was 19 when she shot Eddie Waitkus, a Philadelphia Phillie. She had been obsessed with him, and lured Waitkus to a Chicago hotel room. Initially judged to be insane, she was never tried. For about 60 years, she lived a quiet life in Chicago.
  • 12:38pm Mar 18, 2013
    Sports Sports

    Selection Sunday Sets NCAA Tournament Brackets

    The top seeds for the Men's Division I basketball tournament include Kansas, Louisville, Indiana and Gonzaga. The games begin Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio, with the "First Four" games — pitting the four lowest-seeded "at large" teams against the four lowest-seeded automatic qualifiers.