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Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley speaks during a news conference about All-Star Game visitors safety in the aftermath of a violent weekend melee Monday, July 6, 2015, in Cincinnati. The conference Monday was held over concerns raised after two police officers were hurt, a civilian was beaten, and several others people were arrested late Saturday. (Cara Owsley/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP)  MANDATORY CREDIT;  NO SALES

Hip-hop concerts canceled ahead of All-Star Game after melee

- Associated Press

Saturday night's scheduled concert by homegrown rapper Cal Scruby and the remainder of a summer series have been canceled in the aftermath of violence last weekend in downtown Cincinnati, organizers said Tuesday as city leaders readied preparations for hosting baseball's All-Star Game next week.

Nick Kyrgios of Australia celebrates winning a point against Richard Gasquet of France, during their singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Monday July 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Australian Fraser sorry for comments about Kyrgios, Tomic

Associated Press

Australian Olympic swimming great Dawn Fraser "unreservedly apologized" on Tuesday for her comment that tennis stars Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic should set a better example or go back to where "their parents came from."

NBA fines Mark Cuban for free agency comments

Associated Press

The NBA has fined Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban for commenting about the team's agreements with DeAndre Jordan and Wes Matthews during the league's free agent moratorium.

Krakauer, state return to Montana Supreme Court over records

Associated Press

Montana university system officials are returning to the state Supreme Court to appeal a district judge's order that it release information on any action the Commissioner of Higher Education took after a University of Montana court recommended the football team's quarterback be expelled over a rape complaint.

In this image released Monday July 6, 2015 by world number one golfer Rory Mcilroy shows him as he poses on crutches and with his left leg in a medical support. McIlroy  ruptured a ligament in his left ankle while playing soccer less than two weeks before the start of his British Open title defense. The Northern Irish golfer gave no indication how long he would be out in the announcement Monday July 6, 2015 on his Instagram account, only saying that he is "working hard to get back as soon as I can." (Rory McIlroy via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

McIlroy not alone in golf in finding hazards off the course

- Associated Press

Rory McIlroy's ankle injury heading into the final two majors of the year raises questions about which hobbies star athletes should avoid. It also brings to mind an entertaining conversation a decade ago among Tiger Woods, Darren Clarke and Thomas Bjorn.