(PHILADELPHIA) -- The city of Philadelphia has agreed to pay $2 million to Rickia Young, who was pulled from her vehicle, beaten by police and separated from her 2-year-old son in October 2020, according to the mayor's office. "She's still dealing with the trauma, even... Read More.
Kelsea Ballerini kicked off her opening slot on the Jonas Brothers' tour with a tribute to Taylor Swift. During the opening night of The Remember This Tour in Las Vegas on Friday, Kelsea dedicated part of her set to a medley of songs by her favorite artists, including... Read More.
(GEORGIA) -- A Georgia teen honored his late mother through a graduation photoshoot. KJ Morgan's mother Teresa Colbert died from cancer on May 19, 2019, near the end of his freshman year at Northside High School. In preparation for his graduation this May, Morgan, 17,... Read More.
Legendary record executive Walter Yetnikoff, who died on Sunday, would have been 88 on Wednesday, August 11. As the head of CBS Records from 1975 to 1990, Yetnikoff guided the careers of Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand and Billy Joel, who
Luke Combs paid his respects to the three fans who died at Michigan's Faster Horses Festival by paying for their funerals. Combs was one of the festival's headliners. ABC affiliate WXYZ in Detroit reports that the three victims -- identified as Kole Sova, 19, Dawson Brown, 20, and Richie Mays... Read More.
(NOTE LANGUAGE) While Amazon's skewed-view superhero show The Boys may have been a natural fit for Emmys' visual effects categories, its nominations Tuesday morning in the Best Drama category turned some heads. Based on Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's very graphic graphic novel series, the show centers on an Avengers-like group of superheroes... Read More.
Dierks Bentley is paying homage to a young fan who passed away from cancer. In May, Dierks shared photos and videos from his visit with Baylee Barradas, a fan in his home state of Arizona battling sarcoma, who he performed a private concert for at her home.... Read More.