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  • Kix Brooks Shoots Video for "New to This Town"

    Kix Brooks Shoots Video for "New to This Town"

    Kix Brooks has been sidelined by a bleeding vocal cord in the past few days, but that doesn’t mean he can’t lip-synch. He’s shooting the video for his new single “New to This Town” this week and posted a picture of the shoot on Twitter. The scene in the phooto is set up at a New Year’s party complete with balloons and a live band. Based on the lyrics of the song, we’re guessing Kix’s character won’t be enjoying the party. “New to This Town” is the lead single from Kix’s solo album, due out later this year. Copyright 2012 […]

  • Teen Girls Arrested for Cabbie Murder Could Face Life in Prison

    Teen Girls Arrested for Cabbie Murder Could Face Life in Prison

    (CATAWBA COUNTY, N.C.) — Two 16-year-old girls arrested in connection with the murder of a North Carolina taxi driver could face life in prison if convicted. Emily Starnes and Consandra Tyree were arrested on Saturday afternoon and were being held Monday without bond at the Catawba County Jail. Both teens were charged with felony counts of murder, robbery with firearms and conspiracy to commit robbery in relation to the stabbing death of taxi driver Adam Williams. video platform video management video solutions video player “In North Carolina, for criminal court purposes, when you’re 16, you’re treated as an adult,” Hickory […]

  • Psych Patient Charged with Murder After Roommate Dies

    Psych Patient Charged with Murder After Roommate Dies

    (SAN DIEGO) — Charges against a psychiatric patient who allegedly stabbed his hospital roommate have been upgraded to murder after the victim died of his injuries. Robert King, 53, died Saturday, a week after he was found bloody at the County of San Diego Hospital. His body was found at about 2 p.m. March 17 when Bart Schafer, 32, told hospital staff that King had fallen and hurt himself. Staff called paramedics, but while EMS staff treated him, King went into cardiac arrest, said Lt. Kevin Rooney of the San Diego Police Department. “They got him to the trauma center […]

  • Woman Crashes Through Apple Store Door, Sues

    Woman Crashes Through Apple Store Door, Sues

    (NEW YORK) — An 83-year-old woman from Queens, New York wants a million dollars from Apple, after she said she recently smashed her face into the transparent door of an Apple Store on Long Island, New York, breaking her nose. According to the New York Post, Evelyn Paswell says Apple’s aesthetic is potentially hazardous to the elderly. The attorney who filed her lawsuit, Derek T. Smith, told the Post, “Apple wants to be cool and modern and have the type of architecture that would appeal to the tech crowd, but on the other hand, they have to appreciate the danger […]

  • Darius Rucker to Host ACM Lifting Lives Celebrity Golf Classic in Vegas Saturday

    Darius Rucker to Host ACM Lifting Lives Celebrity Golf Classic in Vegas Saturday

    Darius Rucker will take to the links for a good cause this weekend in Las Vegas. He’s signed on to host the 2012 ACM Lifting Lives Celebrity Golf Classic this Saturday at TPC Las Vegas to raise funds for the Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund, which helps music industry professionals quietly in times of crisis. The golf tournament will be played by country stars, record label executives and other members of the country music community. Darius is also slated to sing “Stuck on You” at next Monday night’s ACM Presents: Lionel Richie and Friends — In Concert taping. That special […]

  • Trayvon Martin Shooter Told Cops Teenager Went For His Gun

    Trayvon Martin Shooter Told Cops Teenager Went For His Gun

    (SANFORD, Fla.) — George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch crime captain who shot dead 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, originally told police in a written statement that Martin knocked him down with a punch to the nose, repeatedly slammed his head on the ground and tried to take his gun, a police source told ABC News. Zimmerman had claimed he had called police about Martin, whom he found suspicious, then went back to his car when Martin attacked him, punching him. The new information is the most complete version yet of what Zimmerman claims happened on the night of Feb. 26 when he […]

  • Health Care Law Challenger ‘Confident’ Exiting Court

    Health Care Law Challenger ‘Confident’ Exiting Court

    (WASHINGTON) — A key attorney general challenging the Affordable Care Act at the Supreme Court walked out of the building Monday morning predicting that the justices would rule the health care law unconstitutional. Pam Bondi, the Republican Attorney General of Florida, told reporters on the steps in front of the Supreme Court that all nine justices “expressed concern” about the so-called mandate in the law that requires Americans to buy health insurance or pay a fee. Supporters of the health care law say the fee is merely a tax, while its critics say the mandate unfairly makes people do something […]