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  • Newcomer Dustin Lynch to Release Self-Titled Debut Album August 21

    Newcomer Dustin Lynch to Release Self-Titled Debut Album August 21

    Newcomer Dustin Lynch is climbing the country chart fast with his debut single, “Cowboys and Angels.” It’s the lead release from Dustin’s self-titled debut album, due out August 21. The video for the song has logged more than a million views on YouTube, and “Cowboys and Angels” is also halfway to being certified as a digital gold single. Dustin had a hand in writing “Cowboys and Angels,” and also wrote or co-wrote 10 of his new album 13 tracks.  Here is the track list for the album: “She Cranks My Tractor”“Waiting”“Cowboys and Angels”“Wild in Your Smile”“Last Lap”“Sittin’ Pretty”“Yeah Yeah Yeah”“Rock You […]

  • Jerry Sandusky Could Get Pension in Prison Unless Bill Passes

    Jerry Sandusky Could Get Pension in Prison Unless Bill Passes

    (HARRISBURG, Pa.) — Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky will likely receive his $58,898-a-year state pension while in prison, unless a bill stalled in Pennsylvania’s senate finance committee is quickly passed by the legislature and signed by the governor. The bill would prevent employees convicted of sexual offenses related to their jobs from receiving their state pensions, said Cameron Kline, a spokesperson for State Sen. Larry Farnese, D-Philadelphia, who introduced the bill before Sandusky was charged with sexually abusing boys in his Second Mile program. “This was introduced on Oct. 18, 2011, well before Sandusky’s crimes came to light,” […]

  • Obama Visits Wounded Troops

    Obama Visits Wounded Troops

    (WASHINGTON) — Following Thursday morning’s health care victory in the Supreme Court, President Obama spent the afternoon visiting wounded service members at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. The president awarded one Purple Heart and met with 52 wounded service members during his nearly three hour long visit, including 39 soldiers, nine marines, two sailors, an airman and a member of the Romanian Armed Forces, according to the White House. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Tim McGraw and Curb Records’ Breach of Contract Trial Date Postponed

    Tim McGraw and Curb Records’ Breach of Contract Trial Date Postponed

    Tim McGraw has a new record deal with Big Machine Records, but he is also still involved in a breach of contract lawsuit with his old record label, Curb. The judge in the lawsuit between Curb and Tim McGraw granted a continuance Thursday to allow both sides to gather further evidence in the case. The case was supposed to go to trial in July. The judge also ruled that Tim was free to record new music with a new label in a hearing last November in Nashville.  Curb is also appealing that decision in a hearing set for next month. […]

  • Kip Moore Performing on Today July 4, Releasing New Single

    Kip Moore Performing on Today July 4, Releasing New Single

    Kip Moore has lined up a July 4 performance on NBC’s Today. The Wednesday appearance comes just days before his new single, “Beer Money,” hits the country airwaves on Monday, July 9. Kip co-wrote that song with a little inspiration from his small hometown of Tifton, GA. “There was nothing to do, nothing to choose from, and a lot of times you felt like banging your fist against the wall, and the only release that you had was the weekend to go have a good time with your friends and your girlfriend, and you wanted to go and have some […]

  • House Votes to Hold Attorney General Eric Holder in Contempt of Congress

    House Votes to Hold Attorney General Eric Holder in Contempt of Congress

    (WASHINGTON) — The House of Representatives has voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt for withholding documents in relation to the Fast and Furious gun walking operation. The vote was 255-67, with 17 Democrats voting with Republicans to hold the attorney general in contempt of Congress, and one Republican voting no. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Colorado Wildfires Destroy ‘Hundreds’ of Homes

    Colorado Wildfires Destroy ‘Hundreds’ of Homes

    (COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.) — Rows of homes have been wiped out by the Waldo Canyon fire that continues to blanket the mountain town of Colorado Springs with thick smoke, officials said today. “We now know hundreds of homes have been destroyed,” Mayor Steve Bach said today. “We are working through the process, which is very painstaking, of assessing every address to make sure that we have absolutely accurate information on each address.” More than 1,000 firefighters are now battling the blaze, which has reportedly burned 18,500 acres. It remains at 5 percent contained, but fire officials said they expected that […]