July 7, 2000
From the wire
Authorities find body believed to be Dr. J's son
The car of Cory Erving, with a body inside, is found submerged in a pond in suburban Orlando. He had been missing since Memorial Day weekend.
Joyless victory for Williamses
WIMBLEDON, England -- Two days before, when she erased Wimbledon top seed Martina Hingis, the grin of Venus Williams was wider than the Thames.
'Other' finalist Davenport gets a chance Saturday
In front of hundreds of empty seats at Centre Court, the defending champ dominates Dokic in a semifinal match.
Lightning pleased with schedule
Home games will be spread throughout the season and will not conflict with Bucs games.
Online ballot helps boost All-Star voting
In searching for a goal of online ballots they'd receive for Tuesday's Major League Baseball All-Star Game, executives at http://www.seasonticket.com came up with a wishful but consistent projection of 2.25-million.
Creek matures into a pitcher
Nine years, five organizations and two countries after being drafted, the 31-year-old seems to have found a niche with the Rays.
Kotsay says team is part of his success
Mark Kotsay hated to bid farewell to June -- it was his best month as a major-leaguer -- but he isn't having much trouble adjusting to July.
Cairo's return likely after Smith's injury
ST. PETERSBURG -- Miguel Cairo wanted to get back in the lineup in the worst way and, regrettably, that is how it happened.
On The Air: Ernest Hooper
Old footage draws young audience
Forgive Mark Shapiro for living in the past. It's his job.