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  • Deliberations Begin in James Holmes Murder Trial

    Deliberations Begin in James Holmes Murder Trial

    (CENTENNIAL, Colo.) — The jury in the James Holmes murder trial went home Friday now without reaching a decision with plans to continue deliberation on Monday. Jurors were told to arrive at the Arapahoe County Courthouse prepared for a marathon afternoon. On Thursday, the jury received instructions and heard closing arguments from both the defense and the prosecution. The jury is supposed to deliberate on phase two — whether the defense outweighed how Holmes committed the crime. If jurors believe the defense has outweighed the manner of the crime, Holmes would receive life in prison. If they do not, a […]

  • Passengers Forced to Evacuate Two Planes at DFW Airport

    Passengers Forced to Evacuate Two Planes at DFW Airport

    (DALLAS) — It was a rough afternoon for air travel at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Thursday. Two separate planes were forced to evacuate in separate incidents after an American Airlines flight reported possible smoke in the cabin and a Spirit Airlines flight experienced a fire in one of the landing gear tires. The American Airlines flight from Dallas to Chicago was ready for takeoff when the incident occurred. “American Airlines Flight 1658, from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) deplaned using emergency exits at gate A14 because of possible smoke in the cabin,” American Airlines said […]

  • Kristian Bush Teaming Up with Rita Wilson for ACM Lifting Lives Benefit Show in West Hollywood

    Kristian Bush Teaming Up with Rita Wilson for ACM Lifting Lives Benefit Show in West Hollywood

    Kristian Bush is teaming up with actress/singer Rita Wilson, the wife of Tom Hanks, for an Academy of Country Music benefit concert at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California. The show will take place Thursday, August 27 with proceeds are going to ACM Lifting Lives, the ACM’s charity organization founded to help improve lives through music. Tickets are now on sale at Troubadour.com. Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

  • Surveillance Video Shows Lafayette Movie Theater Gunman Buying Tickets Before Shooting

    Surveillance Video Shows Lafayette Movie Theater Gunman Buying Tickets Before Shooting

    (LAFAYETTE, La.) — Newly-released surveillance footage shows the Lafayette movie theater gunman buying a ticket just minutes before he killed two people and wounded nine others in a shooting spree at an auditorium showing Trainwreck last week. The black-and-white security video released Thursday by authorities shows 59-year-old John Russeull Houser, wearing an untucked short-sleeve shirt and shorts, moments before the shooting. He can be seen purchasing a ticket, walking through The Grand 16 theater’s lobby and going down a hallway to the auditorium where he opened fire 20 minutes into a screening of Trainwreck. Houser, who killed himself, is among […]

  • Keith Urban Gives Unprecedented Access to His Creative Process in New Documentary Short

    Keith Urban Gives Unprecedented Access to His Creative Process in New Documentary Short

    Keith Urban has released a new documentary short revealing how he created his new single, “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16.” In the feature, Keith can be seen working out the foundation of the track on acoustic guitar, bass and a drum track. The clip even shows Keith recording his vocals while playing bass on the song. It’s a must-see if you’re ever wondered how Keith keeps cranking out hit after hit. Keith says, “We couldn’t recall a song-specific documentary short that really gave a feeling for how a song comes together. We’re usually filming anyway and the evolution of […]

  • 18-Foot-Long Burmese Python Weighing 133 Pounds Caught in Florida Everglades

    18-Foot-Long Burmese Python Weighing 133 Pounds Caught in Florida Everglades

    (EVERGLADES CITY, Fla.) — A massive female Burmese python — 18 feet 3 inches long and 133 pounds heavy — was recently discovered and caught in the Everglades National Park in Florida, according to U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) officials. The “big gal” is not a record-breaker, though she’s only three inches shy of the longest python documented in Florida, USGS deputy public affairs officer Catherine Puckett told ABC News today. The giant snake, which is an invasive species, was found along Shark Valley, a tram road in the Everglades, by a permitted python researcher who regularly works in the national […]

  • Mystery Oil Sheen Discovered Off California Coast

    Mystery Oil Sheen Discovered Off California Coast

    (SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) — An oil sheen showed up in the Pacific Ocean, leaving officials baffled as to what caused it. The Santa Barbara County Fire Department responded to strong smells of gas just before 10 a.m. Wednesday at Goleta Beach and quickly found a large sheen of what appeared to be oil in the ocean, captain David Zaniboni said. Two kayakers came in from the water with their legs and kayaks covered in the film soon after the crews arrived. The Coast Guard flew over the sheen in a helicopter yesterday afternoon and determined it covered two square miles, […]