National Sports

Yogi Berra, the Hall of Fame catcher renowned as much for his dizzying malapropisms as his record 10 World Series championships with the New York Yankees, has died. He was 90.

Mike Stewart
Through more than 120 years of Olympic history, no city has hosted both the winter and summer games. Now, Beijing will be the first do it — and in a span of just 14 years.Stephen Wilson
A Seahawks executive and two players toured Alaska recently, and they found their most enthusiastic fans were the farthest north. Megan Edge
The Tampa Bay Lightning just needed one bounce, one break, one lucky deflection to keep pace with the Chicago Blackhawks.Greg Beacham

With rubble and debris looming nearby, and tempers still smoldering in riot-torn Baltimore, the Orioles played a baseball game on Wednesday. This wasn't for the fans, because there weren't any at Camden Yards.

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Kenai Central's Allie Ostrander and Kodiak's Levi Thomet each ran the fastest high school 3,200-meter times of 2015 on Friday during the Big C Relays at The Dome. Matt Tunseth

George Nix, a Haida Indian from the Southeast Alaska village of Howkan, was Alaska's first NFL player, suiting up for the Buffalo Rangers in the 1920s.

Anchorage's Ryan Stassel and Brett Moody were among 23 snowboarders named to the U.S. team that will travel to the World Championships Jan. 15 in Austria. Alaska Dispatch News
The USA Youth and Junior Biathlon World Team Trials, which were originally scheduled to be held Sunday through Tuesday at Kincaid Park, have been moved to Minnesota due to a lack of snow in Anchorage. Matt Tunseth
Anchorage Nordic skier Kikkan Randall finished 20th Sunday at a World Cup sprint tour stop in Switzerland to post the top performance among four Alaska-based skiers in the race.Alaska Dispatch News