AP Interview: Rio security head says cuts impact Olympics

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Rio de Janeiro's state security secretary acknowledges that cuts of $550 million to his budget pose a risk to the Olympics when they open in three months.

  • Written by MAURICIO SAVARESE, Associated Press STEPHEN WADE, Associated Press

Judge's order reopens questions about what Paterno knew when

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A new legal document that claims a boy told Joe Paterno in 1976 that Jerry Sandusky had molested him has dropped like a bombshell and reignited debate about what the Penn State coach knew about his longtime assistant decades before his arrest.

  • Written by MARYCLAIRE DALE, Associated Press MARK SCOLFORO, Associated Press

Ohio offering free fishing

ST. CLAIRSVILLE - Those who have not gone fishing for a few years, or perhaps have never tried the sport at all, can do so for free in Ohio this weekend.


Triple Crown winner thriving in new home at Ashford Stud

VERSAILLES, Ky. (AP) — American Pharoah is led out of his stone palace of a barn, head up, eyes alert, a little heavier these days but still pretty well sculpted. In a few minutes, the champion will be walked over to the breeding shed, a mere 50 yards away. By now, the Triple Crown winner has the routine down pat.

  • Written by RICHARD ROSENBLATT, AP Racing Writer

Cavaliers taking theirs shots to Atlanta

CLEVELAND — As the monsoon slowed to a mere downpour Wednesday night, Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue called a timeout midway through the third quarter.