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  • Kenny Chesney on Track for Big Debut with "Welcome to the Fishbowl"

    Kenny Chesney on Track for Big Debut with "Welcome to the Fishbowl"

    Kenny Chesney is on track for a big debut with his new album, Welcome to the Fishbowl. Billboard projects the new set will sell around 200,000 copies and debut just behind Justin Bieber‘s Believe album on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. That means Kenny will score his 10th top-10 album on that tally and his 11th #1 on Billboard‘s Country Albums chart. Kenny’s last album, Hemingway’s Whiskey, debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 in 2010 with 183,000 copies sold. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Buses explode at school bus garage

    SANFORD–At least three buses are destroyed after some type of explosion at the school bus garage on Cox Maddox Road.  According to reports from the Superintendent’s office, workers at the garage heard a loud boom and looked out to see thick smoke pouring from the buses.  At least three buses exploded and two were still burning.  Numerous firefighters and other emergency personnel are on the scene, and the area has been barricaded. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies.

  • Charges Dropped Against Jerry Sandusky Ahead of Jury Deliberations

    Charges Dropped Against Jerry Sandusky Ahead of Jury Deliberations

    (BELLEFONTE, Pa.) — “It is not necessarily a crime for an adult to touch a child,” Judge John Cleland told the jury on Thursday before they began to deliberate the fate Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State coach charged with molesting 10 boys. Cleland charged the jury ahead of closing arguments, which are expected to be wrapped up by 12:30 p.m.  The jury will then begin its deliberations. The judge also dismissed three charges, lowering the number of counts against Sandusky to 48. “It is not necessarily a crime for a man to take a shower with a boy, wash […]

  • Family of Baltimore Girl Struck by Bullet Sues Ankle Monitoring Company

    Family of Baltimore Girl Struck by Bullet Sues Ankle Monitoring Company

    (BALTIMORE, Md.) — The mother of a Baltimore girl who was shot in the head by a juvenile offender wearing an ankle monitor while under house arrest is suing the state supplier of monitoring anklets, claiming the company was aware that its technology had flaws. Raven Wyatt was 5-years-old when she was struck by a bullet in July 2009 that was a result of a juvenile offender escaping from his home while under GPS surveillance. The event left Raven with permanent brain damage. “She’s functional, she can sort of talk, she can play,” said W. Charles Bailey Jr., the family’s […]

  • Lonestar Is Back with New Music and Tour Celebrating 20th Anniversary

    Lonestar Is Back with New Music and Tour Celebrating 20th Anniversary

    Lonestar is back and celebrating their 20th anniversary with a new tour and new music. Their new single, “The Countdown,” hits the airwaves next month featuring lead singer Richie McDonald back at the mic. It’s the lead release from a new album, expected in stores in October. Lonestar kicked off 2012 on a European tour with Reba and Ricky Skaggs. They resume their U.S. trek Thursday in Del Mar, CA. Visit LonestarNow.com for a full list of tour dates. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Boy, 11, Leads Church As Ordained Minister

    Boy, 11, Leads Church As Ordained Minister

    (TEMPLE HILLS, Md.) — Just last month, Ezekiel Stoddard, 11, of Temple Hills, Md., was ordained as a minister in his family’s independent Pentecostal church, where his parents are also pastors. Stoddard said he was motivated to become a minister after God spoke to him in a dream and told him to read Psalm 23. “God gave me that particular scripture because a lot of people, they try to draw you away from the lord, trying to get you on the wrong path,” he said. “People come to you, they ask you questions about why you should act like a […]

  • George Zimmerman’s Reenactment of Trayvon Martin Shooting Released

    George Zimmerman’s Reenactment of Trayvon Martin Shooting Released

    (MIAMI) — “He took my head and slammed it against the concrete several times, and each time I thought my head was going to explode and I thought I was going to lose consciousness,” George Zimmerman told police the day after he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. “I started screaming for help,” but Martin pressed his hands over Zimmerman’s mouth and nose, he said.  “He told me to shut the f*** up, and I was suffocating.” Zimmerman told police he was lying on the ground, but his head was on the concrete. “I didn’t want him to keep slamming my […]