• Associated Press

    Larson wins at Bristol while Harvick and Elliott feud

    Kyle Larson denied Kevin Harvick his first win of the season with a masterful pass at Bristol Motor Speedway that was overshadowed Saturday night by a post-race skirmish between Harvick and reigning Cup champion Chase Elliott. Tempers were so hot that Harvick, his losing streak now at exactly one year, declared “I'm ready to rip somebody's head off” to a crowd undecided if Harvick or Elliott should be booed or cheered. Elliott led a race-high 175 laps but Harvick passed him with 33 laps to go in an aggressive sequence in which their cars touched.

  • Associated Press

    San Diego St blows lead, holds off Utah 33-31 in triple OT

    Jesse Matthews caught a 2-point conversion pass from Lucas Johnson in triple overtime, and San Diego State blew a 14-point lead in the final minutes of regulation before hanging on for a wild 33-31 victory over Utah on Saturday night. The Aztecs (3-0) celebrated wildly after officials reversed their call of a 2-point conversion catch by Utah's Connor O'Toole, ruling the ball hit the turf. Greg Bell rushed for 119 yards and two touchdowns and Jordan Byrd returned a kickoff 100 yards for a TD, but the Aztecs nearly gave away their second straight win over a Pac-12 opponent.

  • The Hanford Sentinel, Calif.

    Historic Navajo rugs on display at Kings Art Center

    Sep. 18—Charley Castles' infatuation with Navajo rugs took root as a child watching stories about the Wild West on television in the 1950s, and it's an appreciation he still holds deeply today. Castles will host the art exhibit, "Navajo Textiles: From the collection of Charley Castles," at the Kings Art Center through Oct. 16. "To me, it's not really a collection. A collection is something ...