- Chief whose officers confronted bombers is retiring Updated: Jul-07-15 9:08 am
WATERTOWN, Massachusetts - Retiring Watertown Police Chief Ed Deveau spent 32 years on the force but the day that will always stand out is the one during which his officers confronted the Boston Marathon bombers.
- Olympic hopeful from Zimbabwe has found home in Augusta Updated: Jul-05-15 9:23 am
AUGUSTA, Georgia - Since arriving two years ago in Augusta, Pardon Ndhlovu has enjoyed training at a popular location.
- Registration to open Sept. 14 for 2015 Boston Marathon Updated: Jul-01-15 3:36 pm
BOSTON - Registration for the 2016 Boston Marathon will open Sept. 14 and use the same process as in recent years to allow the fastest qualifiers in their gender and age group to register first.
- Goucher lashes out at former coach Alberto Salazar Updated: Jun-28-15 5:00 pm
EUGENE, Oregon - An upset Kara Goucher took exception at being called a liar by Alberto Salazar after her former coach went public to clear his name over doping allegations.
- AP source: USADA looking into allegations against Salazar Updated: Jun-24-15 7:33 pm
EUGENE, Oregon - The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has launched an investigation into allegations that famed track coach Alberto Salazar encouraged Olympic silver medalist Galen Rupp and others in his stable of elite runners to skirt anti-doping rules, The Associated Press has learned.
- University renames institute after marathon bombing victim Updated: Jun-17-15 8:31 pm
BRIDGEWATER, Massachusetts - Bridgewater State University has formally renamed its Institute for Social Justice for the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombing, and announced plans for a bronze memorial to him on the campus where his parents met.
- Autopsy says more study needed to figure out why runner died Updated: Jun-16-15 4:38 am
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee County medical examiner's office says it will further study the heart of a 20-year-old man who died after finishing a Milwaukee half-marathon as it tries to determine the cause of his death.