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  • Alan Jackson Plays Hit After Hit for Crowd at Country Radio Seminar

    Alan Jackson Plays Hit After Hit for Crowd at Country Radio Seminar

    Alan Jackson performed at the annual Country Radio Seminar Thursday giving the convention goers a set filled with his biggest hits and his new single, “So You Don’t Have to Love Me Anymore.”  He recalled his early days at radio and performed bits of his early hits “Here in the Real World” and “Chattahoochee” during the show.  Alan also acknowledged all the hungover radio folks in the lunch-time crowd performing “Pop a Top,” “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” and his George Strait duet “Designated Drinker.” During the set, Alan told the story of Zac Brown pitching him the hit song “Chicken […]

  • CMT Gets the Jump on CMA Music Festival with Awards Show

    CMT Gets the Jump on CMA Music Festival with Awards Show

    CMT is polishing up a new batch of buckle trophies and getting ready to hand them out.  The 2012 CMT Music Awards will be Wednesday, June 6 in Nashville.  Typically held at the Bridgestone Arena, CMT’s show differs from other country award fests, as the winners are chosen exclusively by fans online.  The CMT Music Awards also typically include presenters and performers from other genres.  Last year, Kid Rock hosted, while Ludacris joined Jason Aldean for a rap-infused version of “Dirt Road Anthem.”  The show happens on the eve of the 2012 CMA Music Festival, which kicks off June 7 […]

  • Accused ‘WikiLeaker’ Bradley Manning Facing Arraignment

    Accused ‘WikiLeaker’ Bradley Manning Facing Arraignment

    UPDATE: Private First Class Bradley Manning, accused of having provided hundreds of thousands of classified military documents and State Department cables to WikiLeaks, deferred entering a plea at his arraignment Thursday. (FORT MEADE, Md.) — Accused “WikiLeaker” Bradley Manning’s arraignment is set to get underway Thursday in Maryland. The formal presentation of charges comes after December’s week-long, pre-trial hearing in which the investigating officer who presided recommended that Manning face a military court, which was approved by Army Maj. Gen. Michael Linnington of the Military District of Washington. Pfc. Manning is accused of providing online publisher WikiLeaks with hundreds of […]

  • Seven US Marines Killed in Helicopter Collision over Arizona

    Seven US Marines Killed in Helicopter Collision over Arizona

    (YUMA, Ariz.) — Seven U.S. Marines were killed Wednesday night in a helicopter collision in Yuma, Ariz., a Marine official has confirmed to ABC News. The crash involved two Marine helicopters — a two-seater AH-1W “Cobra” and an UH-1Y “Huey” — and took place at a training range at the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma. No other details are known at this time. video platform video management video solutions video player Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Scared Teen Calls 911 as Burglar Invades Home

    Scared Teen Calls 911 as Burglar Invades Home

    (OAKLAND PARK, Fla.) – “I don’t want to die please.” Chilling words from a 14-year-old Florida teen to a 911 operator as a burglar rummaged through her home. Kaylia Watson and her 12-year-old sister hid in one bedroom while their 11-year-old brother hid in another part of their Oakland Park home. Their mother, who was on her way to work, listened from a cell phone as Kaylia told her to calm down and simultaneously spoke with operators on the home landline. The burglary occurred last Friday and the tapes of the calls were publicly released Wednesday.  video platform video management […]

  • Van Containing Unmarked ATM Keys Stolen in Connecticut

    Van Containing Unmarked ATM Keys Stolen in Connecticut

    (BRIDGEPORT, Conn.) — A van containing keys to ATMs across Connecticut has been stolen, leading police to issue a lookout warning. The unmarked van was stolen from the train station in Bridgeport, Conn. on Wednesday. The vehicle, a white 2010 Ford E-150 van, belonged to workers installing an ATM at the train station, according to ABC News Connecticut affiliate WTNH. The van contained unmarked keys, which are used to access other ATMs throughout the Connecticut. Authorities said that they believe a large amount of cash was inside the van at the time it was stolen, the Connecticut Post reported. Later […]

  • The Stars Come Out for Lady Antebellum’s Music City Show

    The Stars Come Out for Lady Antebellum’s Music City Show

    Lady Antebellum fans got even more than they bargained for during the trio’s star-studded show at Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium Wednesday night.  Both Luke Bryan and Sara Evans made surprise appearances at the sold-out show.  Sara sang “Stronger,” which was co-written by Hillary Scott, while Luke performed the hit he wrote with Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, “Do I.”  Lady A continues their tour this weekend in Detroit and Evansville, Indiana. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio