The man who fatally stabbed a golfer from Spain while she was playing a round near the school has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Finland defender Niko Hamalainen could make his Kilmarnock debut when they host Aberdeen on Saturday.
Billionaire industrialist David H. Koch, who with his older brother Charles was both celebrated and demonised for transforming American politics by pouring their riches into conservative causes, has died aged 79.
Craig Madden took a pay cut when he gave up plastering to sign for Bury in 1977 and the club told him he had been sold nine years later when they urgently needed the cash.
The Edinburgh TV Festival has concluded for another year.
Bury owner Steve Dale has made “limited progress” in his bid to prevent the crisis-hit club going bust, according to the English Football League, but local MP James Frith says a buyer is in place.
The London markets closed lower on a hectic day after tweets from Donald Trump warning China of trade retaliation more than counteracted positive comments from the Federal Reserve chairman.
The Football Association’s Kelly Simmons is confident that the buzz around the women’s game during the World Cup will be built upon in the new Barclays FA Women’s Super League season.
A police sergeant has admitted two child grooming charges after a court heard he sent a photo of his penis to an undercover colleague posing online as a 12-year-old girl.
Technique, a focus on one-day cricket and a reluctance to “scrap” is at the heart of England’s Test woes, according to three of their greatest batsmen.