News archive from 8 April 2016

N.W.A. won't perform at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony

N.W.A. won't perform at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony

N.W.A will reunite at their induction ceremony at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Friday, but they won't be performing, says Ice Cube. In an interview with the New York Times Thursday, Ice Cube said he expects the whole group to show up for the...

 
Anne Hathaway welcomes a baby boy

Anne Hathaway welcomes a baby boy

Anne Hathaway is officially a mom! The Oscar-winner, 33, welcomed a baby boy with husband Adam Shulman, her rep, Stephen Huvane, confirms to USA TODAY. E! News was the first to report the news, along with details that the couple named their...

 

Gov. Robert Bentley coming to Mobile for first time since scandal exploded

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley's visit to Mobile on Friday is his first since a sex tape and ethics scandal erupted three weeks ago. Bentley will be in the Port City for a 10 a.m. ceremonious signing of legislation that provides more tax incentives for...

 

Water system problems have cost Hobson City $15k in the last year

Hobson City has paid more than $15,000 in the last year to have leaking and burst water pipes repaired by crews from Anniston Water Works and Sewer Board, the town’s mayor said this week. “It’s tough, and some of that,” McCrory said by phone Monday,...

 
Jesus-preaching Indiana State Police trooper fired

Jesus-preaching Indiana State Police trooper fired

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana State Police on Thursday fired a trooper who has been accused of proselytizing citizens while on the job. Senior Trooper Brian Hamilton was a 14-year veteran of the agency. In a news release Thursday, the department said he was...

 
Developer Ellman backs out of Fountain Hills deal

Developer Ellman backs out of Fountain Hills deal

Glendale’s Westgate developer Ellman Cos. missed a $182 million payment to buy a chunk of vacant state-owned land in Fountain Hills and has bowed out of the deal to develop the site, both the developer and the State Land Department acknowledged...

 

Death row inmates could make innocence claim under Senate bill

The Alabama Senate today passed a bill to set up an Innocence Inquiry Commission that could review new evidence in some death penalty cases. Sen. Dick Brewbaker, R-Montgomery, said his bill came in response to the case of death row inmate William...

 

Wash. psychiatric hospital faulted for safety before escape of torture-murder suspect

SEATTLE — A man accused of torturing a woman to death but found too mentally ill for trial was on the loose Thursday after crawling out a window in a locked, lower-security unit of a Washington state psychiatric hospital already facing federal...

 

Fultondale detective recounts son's tale of father's slaying

A detective on Thursday testified about what witnesses told police about the Feb. 10 shooting of Ronald "Ronnie" Mark Fassina inside his Fultondale home where a safe was found open with gold coins inside. The 67-year-old Fassina died four...

 

NYC business could lose their licenses for not paying fines under new legislation passed by City Council

Businesses could lose their licenses for racking up big bucks in unpaid fines under legislation passed Thursday by the City Council. The city has more than $1.6 million in debt it’s never collected for quality of life violations like having trash on...

 
Are people sharing less on Facebook?

Are people sharing less on Facebook?

SAN FRANCISCO — Are people sharing less on Facebook? Facebook says no, but published reports allege the world's largest social network is battling steep declines in how much personal news people share. Facebook has set up a team in London to figure...

 
Former Knick Chris Copeland files suit against nightclub 1Oak for stabbing outside Manhattan nightclub

Former Knick Chris Copeland files suit against nightclub 1Oak for stabbing outside Manhattan nightclub

Chris Copeland, the former Indiana Pacers forward, and a girlfriend sued the owners and general manager of Manhattan hotspot 1Oak Thursday, along with an ex-girlfriend, for the knife injuries they both sustained outside the club last April. Katrine...

 
Lacey Spears, mom who killed her 5-year-old son via salt overdose, blames doctors for his death in jailhouse interview

Lacey Spears, mom who killed her 5-year-old son via salt overdose, blames doctors for his death in...

The mommy blogger convicted of killing her 5-year-old son with secret salt infusions has broken her silence in an angry jailhouse interview targeting doctors. Lacey Spears did not testify at her trial last year but sat down with CBS News’ “48 Hours”...

 

Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman welcome baby boy named Jonathan

The Princess of Geneva is now a mommy — and she’s been keeping secretive about the arrival of her new bundle of joy. Anne Hathaway and husband Adam Shulman are the new parents to a baby boy named Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman, a rep for the actress told...

 

Death row inmates could make innocence claim under Senate bill

The Alabama Senate today passed a bill to set up an Innocence Inquiry Commission that could review new evidence in some death penalty cases. Sen. Dick Brewbaker, R-Montgomery, said his bill came in response to the case of death row inmate William...

 

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