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Garth Brooks' return run to hit Kentucky before fall album release
Country icon Garth Brooks has extended his return tour to include a couple Kentucky shows, all in anticipation of a long-awaited new album that will drop later this year.



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Live Review: One Direction in Glendale, AZ
It was the "best night ever" for the 60,000-plus One Direction fans who packed University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ, Tuesday (9/16).



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Alejandro Escovedo, Peter Buck head out together for West Coast theater stops
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Alejandro Escovedo and guitarist/R.E.M. co-founder Peter Buck will join forces this fall for a round of theater shows scattered across the western U.S.



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Avicii cancels all commitments to concentrate on health issues
Swedish DJ Avicii has cancelled all gigs and commitments for the remainder of 2014 to focus on continued health concerns.



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Harrison signs deal, returns to LB-thin Steelers
James Harrison officially rejoined the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday morning, signing a contract in the same building where he announced his retirement less than three weeks ago.
Mayweather: Show's fights, pot use staged
Pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. said Tuesday that Showtime's "All Access" reality series, which follows him and his opponent during the training camp and build-up to their fight, is staged as a way to sell more pay-per-views.
Dantonio: Only conference champs in Playoff
Michigan State's path to a spot in the initial College Football Playoff will need to go through the Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis, and that's the way coach Mark Dantonio thinks it should be.
Past fuels Seahawks' Lynch to help others
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, in a rare media interview, said Monday that most people told him growing up that he'd amount to nothing.
Williams tells Eagles he's sorry for remarks
Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams apologized to his coach and teammates for comments he made about the team's practice regimen after Sunday's victory over Washington.
Jones, Cormier fined for brawl in hotel lobby
The Nevada State Athletic Commission voted unanimously to fine UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier for their participation in a brawl on Aug. 4 inside the lobby of the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.
Tomlin, Harrison discussed domestic violence
With domestic abuse a hot-button issue in the NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin talked to James Harrison about his 2008 arrest for hitting his girlfriend before Pittsburgh brought back the veteran outside linebacker.
Longhorns' Strong dismisses ninth player
Junior offensive tackle Kennedy Estelle was dismissed by Texas for violating team rules Tuesday, becoming the ninth player kicked off the team by coach Charlie Strong this season.
Free boots for A&M cadet who shielded collie
A member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets who threw a block to protect the school's canine mascot from an out-of-bounds SMU player will get his $1,300 senior boots for free.
Nadal's coach: Why woman as Cup captain?
Rafael Nadal's coach has criticized the appointment of a woman as the captain of Spain's Davis Cup team.
Witnesses: Bironas was driving erratically
A woman told a 911 dispatcher that former Titans kicker Rob Bironas was driving erratically just before his SUV crashed.
USSF, Nike stand by decision to let Solo play
U.S. Soccer defended its decision to let Hope Solo continue to play for the women's national team despite her arrest on allegations she assaulted her sister and 17-year-old nephew in June.
Bisciotti: Rice camp manufactured OTL story
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti responded to an ESPN report into the team's handling of Ray Rice's domestic abuse case, saying that a significant amount of information in the story was "manufactured" from accounts provided by Rice's inner circle.
Bears TE Bennett: Rex's quip lit fire in me
Bears tight end Martellus Bennett said he felt disrespected by New York Jets coach Rex Ryan leading up to Chicago's 27-19 Monday night victory at MetLife Stadium.
Cutler strikes early vs. Jets; Bears hold on
Jay Cutler threw two touchdown passes to Martellus Bennett, and the Bears took advantage of some early mistakes by the Jets before holding on for a 27-19 victory Monday night.
After 13 years in minors, Ranger gets MLB hit
Guilder Rodriguez, a career minor leaguer, got his second big league start on Monday night for the Texas Rangers and delivered with his dad looking on by getting his first big league hit, RBI and run scored in a 4-3 win over the Houston Astros.