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Juan Pablo Montoya wins 99th Indianapolis 500

(CNN) -- Juan Pablo Montoya has won the 99th Indianapolis 500.

Federer furious after boy's selfie attempt

From world leaders to celebrities of all degrees of fame, taking a selfie with fans has become an accepted part of life. But tennis great Roger Federer felt an unacceptable line was crossed Sunday when a spectator invaded center court at the French Open.

Mercedes' mistake gives Rosberg victory

Sport can be so cruel -- as Lewis Hamilton discovered at Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, when a mistake by his team gifted Nico Rosberg a place in the Formula One history books.

Hamilton had seemed set to convert his first pole position at elite motorspor...

Safety concerns hover over 99th Indianapolis 500

Drivers participating in the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 received final instructions in the public drivers'
meeting Saturday.
Questions about safety hover over Sunday's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway -- known as "The Greatest ...

Jimenez breaks hole-in-one record at Euro PGA

Miguel Angel Jimenez reminded everyone why he's one of the game's most popular players as he celebrated his third hole-in-one this season with a trademark dance in Saturday's third round in England.

Frenchtown wins third straight state softball title

Saturday afternoon the Frenchtown Broncs beat the Belgrade Panthers 11-1 in the state 'A' softball championship to win their third straight state title.

Glacier Wolfpack win first ever state softball title

Saturday afternoon the class 'AA' softball season came to a close with Kalispell Glacier beating Missoula Big Sky 6-3 in the state championship game in Missoula.

Hamilton 'so happy' after F1 career first

Lewis Hamilton celebrated signing his new Mercedes contract by claiming the first pole position of his Formula One career at his favorite track on Saturday.

The world champion will head the grid at Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, denying teammate Nico Ros...

French Open: Serena Williams 'living a dream'

Serena Williams has won virtually everything on offer in women's tennis, so it's no surprise she's feeling relaxed -- in a dream world, even -- about the prospect of setting another piece of sporting history.

The world No. 1 is aiming to win the 20th ...

Globetrotters legend Haynes dies at 89

Marques Haynes, known for his dazzling dribbling skills and showmanship with the Harlem Globetrotters, died Friday of natural causes at age 89.

State A tennis results

Friday afternoon the class 'A' state tennis tournament came to a close in Missoula with the final high school players and teams earning hardware.

Goodell will not recuse himself from Brady's appeal

The NFL has rejected the NFL Players Association's request that commissioner Roger Goodell recuse himself as the arbitrator in Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension stemming from Deflategate.

Red Sox promote Cuban OF Castillo

The Boston Red Sox called up Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo from Triple-A Pawtucket and he was expected to start in right field on Friday night against the Los Angeles Angels.

Brewers LHP Smith gets 8-game ban, will appeal

Milwaukee Brewers left-handed reliever Will Smith was suspended eight games by Major League Baseball for having a foreign substance on his right forearm during Thursday night's game.

UNC receives notice of academic fraud allegations

The University of North Carolina said Friday it has received notice from the NCAA regarding allegations of academic fraud committed within the athletic department.

Lakers GM: Kobe says next season is his last

Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said Kobe Bryant has indicated the 2015-16 season will be the star's last with the team.

Michael Sam signs with CFL's Montreal Alouettes

Michael Sam, who was the first openly gay player drafted by the NFL, finally will get to play football again.

Browns won't be on 'Hard Knocks'

The Cleveland Browns won't be on "Hard Knocks" this year with the team concerned that the HBO reality series would focus on Johnny Manziel.

Dodgers suspend Cuban SS for season

The Los Angeles Dodgers suspended Cuban shortstop Erisbel Arruebarrena on Thursday for the remainder of the season after "repeated failures to comply with his contract."

Jeff Gordon to work for Fox Sports

Jeff Gordon is retiring as a full-time driver after the 2015 season but won't be out of work next year.

Kenseth wins pole for Coca-Cola 600

After powering to his second pole of the season on Thursday night, Matt Kenseth will start NASCAR's longer race from the most advantageous position -- with his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota getting serviced in the most advantageous pit stall.

Huertas not medically cleared to drive in Indy 500

Driver Carlos Huertas has been ruled out of the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 with an inner ear condition.

Luis Figo pulls out of running for FIFA president

In the battle for control of world football, Sepp Blatter now just has to see off Jordan's Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein after Portuguese Luis Figo pulled out of the race to be the next FIFA president.

Is Rory McIlroy becoming golf's 'Mr Angry?'

He might be world No. 1, but Rory McIlroy is starting to make a habit of throwing golf clubs.

Ravens' Harbaugh expects more two-pointers

With extra points moving back to the 15-yard line this season, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh expects two-point conversions to become a "bigger part of the game."

Aaron Hernandez pleads not guilty in Florida shooting

Ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez faced a judge again on Thursday, this time in the shooting of his former right-hand man that happened in February 2013 in Florida.

Local fencing club hitting its target

When Michele Carey started the Bozeman Fencing Association in September, it was with the hope of giving her sons a chance to compete against fencers their own age.

"My kids were really looking to fence with other kids," Carey said. "We went to Missoula, and they have a great club there with a lot of kids, and they thought that sounded like a lot of fun."

Hellgate's Babbitt heaving for hardware

This week at the state meet in Kalispell, Hellgate senior Zayne Babbitt will be gunning for state titles in both the shot put and the discus.  He says his determination to be the best in those events started two years ago.

Softball state tournament results

This is the final week of high school softball with state tournament action starting up Thursday for all our classifications.  The class AA tournament is in Missoula this week with the A tournament running in Anaconda and Belgrade hosting the B-C tournament.

Curry, James unanimous All-NBA picks

League MVP Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors and LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers were unanimous selections for the All-NBA First Team revealed Thursday.

American Pharoah owner tied to illegal gamblers

Ahmed Zayat, the owner of Triple Crown contender American Pharoah, is on top of the horse racing world at the moment.

But he's also entangled in a nasty federal lawsuit, in which a convicted gambler is accusing him of failing to honor millions of doll...

Blues elevate Brodeur to assistant GM

Longtime NHL goaltender Martin Brodeur was named assistant general manager by the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday.

Manziel will participate in Browns' practice

Quarterback Johnny Manziel is expected to be a full participant with the Cleveland Browns when they practice next Tuesday.

Labonte, Smith elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame

The architect of some of NASCAR's most impressive facilities joined four of the sport's most tenacious racers in comprising the 2016 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class selected Wednesday.

Charges dropped: Ray Rice completes diversion program

Domestic violence charges against former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice were dismissed and expunged from his record by a New Jersey judge on Thursday because he has completed a pre-trial diversion program.

MLB roundup: Mauer's 13th-inning HR lifts Twins

Joe Mauer hit his first home run of the season in the 13th inning to lift the Minnesota Twins to a 4-3 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night.

Lightning beat Rangers in OT to take 2-1 series lead

The red-hot "Triplets" line of Ondrej Palat, Tyler Johnson and Nikita Kucherov carried the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 6-5 overtime win over the New York Rangers on Wednesday.

Smith's hot shooting sends Cavs over Hawks

Cleveland guard J.R. Smith exploded for 28 points, fueling a 97-89 Cavaliers win over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals at Philips Arena.

Dodgers' Ryu will have shoulder surgery

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Hyun-Jin Ryu will have shoulder surgery on Thursday and will not pitch this season, the team said Wednesday.

Wolfpack ready for state as No. 1 seed from West

Glacier high hopes to compete for a state softball title this week at the AA tournament in Missoula.  The Wolfpack come in as the No. 1 seed from the Western Conference after a great regular season in which they went 18-3 with a 10-2 record in league play.

Frost continues Corvallis girls track legacy

You won't find anybody busier this weekend at state track than Katelyn Frost of Corvallis.  The senior is running on both relay teams and she's ranked top three in all of Class A for five individual events.

Favre says Lambeau return for Bears game 'right fit'

Former Green Bay Packers legendary quarterback Brett Favre couldn't ask for a better setting in a return to Lambeau Field to retire his No. 4 jersey on Thanksgiving night game against the Chicago Bears.

L.A. could be Super Bowl candidate for 2020

Los Angeles will be considered a potential host city for Super Bowl LIV in 2020 if there is an NFL team playing in a new stadium by then, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday.

Goodell: Kraft made his own decision not to appeal

At the conclusion of the NFL spring owners meetings on Wednesday, commissioner Roger Goodell said Robert Kraft's decision not to appeal the penalties from the Deflategate investigation was the initiative of the New England Patriots' owner alone.

Babcock to coach Maple Leafs

Mike Babcock bolted Detroit for a record eight-year deal that could be worth up to $50 million from the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Can 'obese' athletes cut it at the top?

In an era where top athletes obsess over body fat and favor kale smoothies over traditional pregame pasta, C.C. Sabathia and Glen "Big Baby" Davis are two of a handful of professional athletes thriving in spite of their girth.

Warriors outlast Rockets to take Game 1

Point guard Stephen Curry scored seven of his game-high 34 points during a critical 11-point flurry late in the fourth quarter Tuesday night, lifting the Golden State Warriors to a 110-106 victory over the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

Lewis Hamilton signs contract with Mercedes

World champion and man to beat this season in Formula One, Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team sent out a warning to their rivals Wednesday that they intend to keep "making history."

MLB roundup: Cards' Wacha improves to 6-0

Michael Wacha remained undefeated by throwing seven strong innings, and Randal Grichuk drove in three runs for the St. Louis Cardinals in a 10-2 rout of the New York Mets on Tuesday.

Blackhawks beat Ducks 3-2 in 3OT to even series

The Chicago Blackhawks struck back to even the Western Conference finals 1-1 with the Anaheim Ducks, winning a war of attrition with a 3-2 triple overtime victory at the Honda Center on Tuesday.