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  • Christine McVie Is Back with Fleetwood Mac

    Christine McVie Is Back with Fleetwood Mac

    Christine McVie is officially back with Fleetwood Mac.  The band’s publicist, Liz Rosenberg, told ABC News Radio, “I can officially confirm that Christine McVie has rejoined Fleetwood Mac and we hope to have information regarding a potential tour with all the Macsters soon.” Christine retired from Fleetwood Mac in 1998, but sat in with her old band mates during a couple of their shows in the U.K this past fall.  Soon after those concerts, she told British newspaper The Guardian, “I like being with the band, the whole idea of playing music with them.  I miss them all.  If they… Read more

  • Kanye West Is Battery Suspect After 'Shaken' Kim Kardashian Was Called a Racial Slur

    Kanye West Is Battery Suspect After 'Shaken' Kim Kardashian Was Called a Racial Slur

    (LOS ANGELES) — Kim Kardashian was verbally attacked Monday in Beverly Hills, sources said, and it may result in the arrest of her fiance, Kanye West. According to a source close to Kardashian, a man called the reality TV star a “n—– lover” and hurled obscenities at her. Kardashian, who was en route to a meeting at that time in Beverly Hills, was left “shaken,” the source said. Meanwhile, according to the Beverly Hills Police Department, West, 35, is a suspect in a misdemeanor battery that also occurred in Beverly Hills. According to TMZ, the rapper punched the man who… Read more

  • Texting Triggers Fatal Movie Theater Shooting

    Texting Triggers Fatal Movie Theater Shooting

    (WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla.) — An argument between a retired police officer and a couple who was texting inside of a Florida movie theater erupted into gunfire Monday that left one man dead and a woman wounded. Police said that two couples began arguing before a showing of Lone Survivor over one couple’s text messaging. The shooting suspect, identified as retired Tampa police officer Curtis Reeves, 71, became annoyed when a couple sitting in front of him was texting during the movie’s previews, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. Police said that Reeves asked Chad and Nichole Oulson several times… Read more

  • 'Octomom' Nadya Suleman Charged with Welfare Fraud

    'Octomom' Nadya Suleman Charged with Welfare Fraud

    (LOS ANGELES) — The California woman who became known as “Octomom” has been charged with welfare fraud in Los Angeles. Nadya Suleman, the 38-year-old mother of 14, who became the focus of worldwide attention after she gave birth to octuplets, failed to report $30,000 in earnings when she applied for welfare, according to Los Angeles County prosecutors.   The district attorney says Suleman did not disclose that she’s been getting paid for personal appearances and residuals from videos. If convicted, she could get close to six years in prison. Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio © ABC News Radio

  • Water Ban Lifted for Part of W. Va. After Chemical Spill

    Water Ban Lifted for Part of W. Va. After Chemical Spill

    (CHARLESTON, W. Va.) — After five days forsaking showers and brushing their teeth with bottled water, an estimated 300,000 residents around Charleston, W. Va., will once again have access to safe tap water. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Monday a “do not use” order is being lifted in zones after extensive testing deemed the water safe to drink. Officials said the ban was being lifted in a “strict, methodical manner” to ensure the water system isn’t overwhelmed with demand. Customers are also being advised by West Virginia American Water to flush out their pipes before using tap water again. Over… Read more

  • Dead Woman's Family Denies Suicide, Says Cops Blew It

    Dead Woman's Family Denies Suicide, Says Cops Blew It

    (DETROIT) — The family of a Michigan woman found dead in a river four years ago says local police were wrong to rule her death a suicide, citing new evidence uncovered by a private investigator. JoAnn Matouk Romain, 55, disappeared after leaving a Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich., church January 2010. Her body was discovered more than two months later floating in the Detroit River near Canada. Police ruled Romain’s death a suicide, claiming she drowned herself. But Michelle Romain says she thinks someone killed her mother. Romain said she believes someone followed her mother, perhaps someone with a vendetta against… Read more

  • Art Garfunkel Officially Announces Plans to Return to Touring

    Art Garfunkel Officially Announces Plans to Return to Touring

    After recently scheduling an initial series of 2014 concerts, legendary pop-rock singer Art Garfunkel has officially announced his plans to return to touring this year.  The ex-Simon & Garfunkel star, who in recent years battled a vocal-cord ailment that affected his ability to sing, will kick off his trek with a January 29-31 engagement at the Franklin Theatre in Franklin, Tennessee. Garfunkel’s current itinerary includes 14 shows and runs through a March 1 performance in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  More dates are expected to be added soon.  In addition to performing Simon & Garfunkel classics and selections from his long… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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