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  • Carly Pearce went to Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris for advice about dating Michael Ray

    Carly Pearce went to Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris for advice about dating Michael Ray

    Before Carly Pearce and Michael Ray became country music’s hottest new couple, the singer was hesitant about dating another musician…so she went right to the source for advice.  Carly says she talked to both Kelsea Ballerini and Maren Morris, who are both married to fellow singer-songwriters Morgan Evans and Ryan Hurd, respectively. “Before [news of my relationship] came out, I actually talked to her and Maren and they were two of the first people that I told, that were in my artist friends circle,” Carly explains. “And they’ve been great and really encouraged me in the beginning.” Carly says she was “really nervous” about dating a fellow artist, because of […]

  • Jason Aldean’s wife Brittany launches “practical and comfy” clothing line

    Jason Aldean’s wife Brittany launches “practical and comfy” clothing line

    Brittany Aldean has created a new clothing line designed specifically for the winter season. The Brittany Aldean Collection officially launched this week with a limited Holiday Capsule Collection. “As a pregnant mom, I wanted to start my first clothing line with practical and comfy pieces that I can easily move around in while still looking cute during the holidays,” Jason Aldean’s wife says in a statement. “I can’t wait until we get to expand the line next year.” The new wardrobe line is described as a “cozy collection” and includes accessories and lounge wear that are perfect for the holidays. Custom-print […]

  • Police continue the search for a shooting suspect

    SANFORD–Police were summoned to a Pineland Street residence in reference to a victim of a gunshot wound. The victim was identified as Rayshawn Donaldson, 20 of Sanford. He was transported to Central Carolina Hospital by private vehicle and transferred to UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill in stable condition. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits.

  • New Jersey mansion fire being probed as quadruple homicide

    New Jersey mansion fire being probed as quadruple homicide

    (COLTS NECK, N.J.) — A blaze that ripped through a New Jersey mansion and killed four people, including two children, is being investigated as a homicide, according to law enforcement sources. Paul Caneiro, the brother of Keith Caneiro who was found dead along with his family in their Colts Neck mansion, was arrested and taken into custody on charges stemming from another suspicious fire at his home early Tuesday. It is not immediately clear if he’s connected to the fatal blaze at his brother’s home. This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates. Copyright © 2018, ABC […]

  • Coldest Thanksgiving in decades on the way for Northeast, Midwest

    Coldest Thanksgiving in decades on the way for Northeast, Midwest

    (NEW YORK) — A major cold blast is moving into the Northeast just in time for Thanksgiving morning. Several daily record lows and record-low highs are expected to be broken with temperatures 20 to 35 degrees below normal. Wind chills on Thursday morning across the Northeast will be brutal -– in the teens from Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, the single digits for New York City, and below zero for Boston and much of New England. Throughout the day on Thanksgiving don’t expect it to warm up much at all. Temperatures in Philadelphia, New York City and Boston will stay below […]

  • How ‘Operation Gratitude’ became a nationwide intensive ‘care’ campaign

    How ‘Operation Gratitude’ became a nationwide intensive ‘care’ campaign

    (LOS ANGELES) — The day after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, then-46-year-old Carolyn Blashek tried to enlist in the military. “I just thought, ‘We’re at war,'” Blashek recalled, telling ABC Radio she was thinking about her teenagers at the time. “I want to be the one to serve,” she explained. “I don’t want it to fall on their shoulders.” She had no military experience, and she said no branch wanted her. She was told she was too old, so she searched for volunteer opportunities and could only find one: The Bob Hope USO at LAX, located at Los Angeles […]

  • ‘This is my highway’: Doctors challenge NRA after Chicago hospital shooting

    ‘This is my highway’: Doctors challenge NRA after Chicago hospital shooting

    (CHICAGO) — The medical community reignited a social media campaign against the National Rifle Association earlier this week after a gunman opened fire at Mercy Hospital and Medical Center on Chicago’s South Side, killing an ER doctor, a pharmacist and a police officer. Images of bloodied scrubs, shoes and hospital rooms flooded social media after the NRA suggested doctors who support a ban on semi-automatic firearms should “stay in their lane.” Dr. Regina Royan, an emergency medicine resident at the University of Chicago, tweeted a picture of an operating room with pools of blood on the floor: “I held this […]