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  • Trayvon Martin Case: Sharpton Vows to ‘Occupy’ Sanford Over Easter

    Trayvon Martin Case: Sharpton Vows to ‘Occupy’ Sanford Over Easter

    (SANFORD, Fla.) — Rev. Al Sharpton will camp out with protesters in front of City Hall in Sanford, Fla., over Easter weekend as part of a nationwide call for the arrest of George Zimmerman, the volunteer neighborhood watch captain who shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in February, he told ABC News. “We’re going to have a full blown occupation of Sanford with tents and everything over Easter weekend until [authorities] either arrest George Zimmerman, or arrest us for praying for his arrest,” Sharpton said. The civil rights leader and MSNBC talk show host said he’d be urging supporters of the cause […]

  • Rascal Flatts Performing Benefit Show for Folds of Honor Foundation

    Rascal Flatts Performing Benefit Show for Folds of Honor Foundation

    Rascal Flatts will perform a benefit concert for the Folds of Honor Foundation in Tulsa, OK coming up May 28.  The show will take place at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.  The Folds of Honor Foundation provides scholarships for family members of fallen U.S. military personnel.  So far, nearly 2,600 scholarships have gone out from Folds of Honor. Tickets for Rascal Flatts’ benefit show in Tulsa go on sale April 12.  You can get tickets at TulsaWorld.com/HardRockCasino or by calling 918-384-ROCK. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • County Star Trivia

    County Star Trivia

    Joe Don Rooney of Rascal Flatts hails from which tiny Oklahoma town? ANSWER: Picher. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Luke Bryan Continues His Video Mini-Series with "Drunk on You"

    Luke Bryan Continues His Video Mini-Series with "Drunk on You"

    Luke Bryan showed off his acting skills in his video for “I Don’t Want This Night to End.” The storyline of that clip had Luke meeting a mystery girl who wouldn’t tell him how to get in touch with her. The story continues in Luke’s latest video for “Drunk on You” with Luke leaving the mystery girl a ticket to each of his concerts. You’ll have to watch the video to find out if she ever shows up. In addition to coming up with a story to tie the songs together, Luke also enjoyed shooting both videos at the same time a few […]

  • Carrie Underwood Sends Words of Encouragement and Gifts to "American Idol" Hopefuls

    Carrie Underwood Sends Words of Encouragement and Gifts to "American Idol" Hopefuls

    It’s been quite a few years since Carrie Underwood was crowned the winner of American Idol, but she still makes a point to reach out to the contestants on the show every season. Idol season 11 contestant Hollie Cavanagh tweeted over the weekend thanking Carrie for a necklace the country star sent her. Hollie said, “I wear it everyday, and I almost cried reading the letter.” Carrie tweeted back, “You’re very welcome! I never miss a show! You guys are so good. Can’t wait to hear what you all come up with!” Country fans will definitely want to tune in […]

  • Supreme Court Readies to Hear Health Care Law Arguments

    Supreme Court Readies to Hear Health Care Law Arguments

    (WASHINGTON) — Hearings will get underway Monday at the U.S. Supreme Court for one of the most eagerly anticipated cases to reach the high court in decades. Justices will be determining the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, the health insurance reform law that President Obama muscled through Congress and signed two years ago this month.  Bringing suits against it are 26 states, four individuals and a small business group who say Congress over-reached by requiring everyone in the country who can afford it to purchase health insurance if it’s not provided by an employer.  Cynthia Magnuson with the National […]

  • Lead Prosecutor in Trayvon Martin Case Says Gunman Could Walk

    Lead Prosecutor in Trayvon Martin Case Says Gunman Could Walk

    (SANFORD, Fla.) — The lead prosecutor in the Trayvon Martin case tells ABC News that convicting his alleged killer, the neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, could prove difficult. “The ‘Stand Your Ground’ law is one portion of justifiable use of deadly force,” veteran State Attorney Angela Corey said.  “And what that means is that the state must go forward and be able to prove it’s case beyond a reasonable doubt… So it makes the case in general more difficult than a normal criminal case.” Zimmerman allegedly shot and killed Martin on the night of Feb. 26, after following him for […]