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SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 2016

Tina Charles powers Liberty past Storm

SEATTLE – Tina Charles scored 19 points with 13 rebounds and the New York Liberty used a strong third quarter to beat the Seattle Storm 86-78 on Sunday night. Neither team led by more than five until the Liberty (4-3) ...

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Golf: McGirt earns first PGA Tour victory in 165 starts

William McGirt won for the first time in 165 starts on the PGA Tour, and the timing couldn’t have been better. McGirt played the final 22 holes of the Memorial in Dublin, Ohio, without a bogey, and his 6-foot par on the second extra hole to beat Jon Curran and secure a place at the U.S. Open in two weeks.

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On the air

Monday’s TV highlightsBaseball, MLB 4 p.m.: Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia ... ESPN2 7 p.m.: Cleveland at Seattle ... Root Baseball, NCAA tournament 8 p.m.: TBA ... ESPN2 Cycling 11 p.m.: Dauphine Libere, stage 1, tape ... NBC Sports Hockey, Stanley ...

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Gonzaga falls to top-seeded TCU in NCAA regional

Gonzaga completed the comeback but could not hold onto its own lead, falling 4-3 to top-seeded TCU in its second NCAA Regionals matchup. The Bulldogs will face Oral Roberts on Sunday to complete the round-robin portion of the double-elimination regional.

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Mariners promote highly regarded reliever Edwin Diaz

ARLINGTON, Texas – The tantalizing power that right-hander Edwin Diaz potentially lends to the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen finally proved too much to resist. The Mariners promoted Diaz, 22, directly from Double-A Jackson prior to Saturday’s game against the Texas Rangers ...

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SportsLinkComplete interview with Gabe Marks

Our most recent story about prolific Washington State wide receiver Gabe Marks tells the story of a particularly insightful interview we had last spring. That story, "Gabe Marks is a ...

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Saving for the future

sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.



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