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Black Women Challenge NFL on Domestic Violence

Black Women Challenge NFL on Domestic Violence

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Columnist WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As the National Football League continues to grapple with its policies on domestic violence and sexual assault, Black women have stepped forward to ensure the NFL gets it [...]

Humphrey Joins Hall of Fame

Humphrey Joins Hall of Fame

By Ron Wynn Defensive end Claude Humphrey became the second Tennessee State University player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Sunday in Canton, OH. Humphrey followed Richard Dent, who was inducted three years ago. [...]

Concussions a Greater Problem for Black Youth

Concussions a Greater Problem for Black Youth

Jazelle Hunt Washington Correspondent Despite the flurry of news about NFL lawsuits over concussions, the problem affects far more athletes at the high school and junior high school level, according to the federal government statistics. In [...]

Stephens Last American Out at French Open

Stephens Last American Out at French Open

By Ron Wynn  There are now no Americans, male or female, left at the French Open following Sloane Stephens’ loss to Simona Halep Monday. Stephens had a better record in Grand Slams than in regular tournaments, [...]

Commodores Host NCAA Regional

Commodores Host NCAA Regional

By Ron Wynn Despite failing to make the finals of the SEC Tournament, the Vanderbilt Commodores were chosen as one of the hosts for an NCAA regional tournament Monday. They were one of six SEC teams [...]

Publisher’s Great-Niece Plays Golf With Jack Nicklaus

Publisher’s Great-Niece Plays Golf With Jack Nicklaus

Prince William County, VA – On May 21, 2014  the Potomac Shores Golf Club welcomed golf icon and preeminent course designer, Jack Nicklaus for a special conference celebrating the grand opening of the new 18-hole, par [...]

Vanderbilt Drops Home Series

Vanderbilt Drops Home Series

By Ron Wynn A combination of tough pitching and some late-inning offensive heroics from South Carolina resulted in the Vanderbilt Commodores dropping a 6-3 series finale Saturday at home. The loss ended the Commodores’ SEC season with [...]

Metro Sports by Scott Wallace

Metro Sports by Scott Wallace

Every week Scott Wallace and his WTNTrib Radio team covers the best sports news in the Nashville area. Brothers Unite To Feed the City In John 21:17, Jesus asked Peter if he loved Him. Peter of [...]

LA Clippers Owner Banned from NBA and Fined $2.5 Million

LA Clippers Owner Banned from NBA and Fined $2.5 Million

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief WASHINGTON (NNPA) – After Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was sternly denounced for racist comments by a spectrum of individuals, ranging from President Barack Obama to NBA superstar LeBron [...]

Tennessee State University Names Head Coach

Tennessee State University Names Head Coach

By Ron Wynn NASHVILLE, TN — The Tennessee State Tigers reached back into their recent past to select a new head coach last week. They named Dana Ford, replacing Travis Williams who was released March 31 [...]

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