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LISTEN: Josh Turner Rolls Out Family Star Wars Halloween Photo

One of the reason I love this time of the year so much is because we get cool gems like this. According to Universal Music Group Nashville Pressroom, Josh Turner and his family enjoy dressing up as a family for Halloween. In fact, he recalls his favorite family costumes was a few years ago when they dressed up as Star Wars characters. ... Read More »

LISTEN: The BEST Halloween Candy!

It’s Halloween and how do you become the favorite trick or treat house? By giving away the best candy. So we helped you decide what to buy, by asking what’s the best Halloween candy? Read More »

LISTEN: Sweet Becca from the Country Mecca 10/23

Every morning at 6:36,7:36, 8:36 Becca updates us on what’s trending in country music. Carrie Underwood has chosen a baby name AND says her second pregnancy has been harder. Rascal Flatts working on singles vs. albums AND Dierks Bentley co-producing a TV show? Read More »

BIG 3: Hurricane Willa, West County Dove & Mega Jackpots

1. Hurricane Willa in the eastern Pacific Ocean is now a Category 5 storm. Hurricane Willa is expected to make landfall along the southwestern coast of mainland Mexico tomorrow afternoon or evening. 2. The dove that on top of the West County Mall will be back soon. It was taken down for a makeover, and when it comes back, it’ll ... Read More »

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  • Category 3 Willa makes landfall on Mexico’s Sinaloa coast

    MAZATLAN, Mexico (AP) — Hurricane Willa swept onto Mexico’s Pacific mainland with 120 mph (195 kph) winds Tuesday night, hitting an area of beach towns, fishing villages and farms after roaring over an offshore penal colony. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the dangerous Category 3 storm hit near Isla del Bosque in Sinaloa state. Federal officials said there were ...
  • Blake Griffin, Dario Saric

    Griffin scores 50 points, Pistons top 76ers 133-132 in OT

    DETROIT (AP) — Blake Griffin scored a career-high 50 points and had the game-winner after he was fouled on a driving layup with 1.8 seconds left as Detroit topped Philadelphia 133-132 in a wild overtime thriller on Tuesday night. JJ Redick’s four-point play with 5.6 seconds left in overtime set up Griffin’s dramatics, while Joel Embiid, who had 33 points ...
  • Stacey Abrams, Brian Kemp

    Abrams, Kemp spar over voting access in Georgia debate

    ATLANTA (AP) — Charges of voter suppression and counterclaims of encouraging illegal voting dominated the first debate between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp in the race for Georgia governor. Disputes over voting access took center stage at Tuesday evening’s debate, highlighting Abrams’ historic bid to become the first black female governor in American history and the long-simmering politics ...
  • The Latest: Red Sox starter Sale leaves in top of fifth

    BOSTON (AP) — The Latest on the World Series (all times local): 9:58 p.m. Boston Red Sox starter Chris Sale left in the top of the fifth inning of the World Series opener despite a 3-2 lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Sale walked Brian Dozier leading off the fifth and was replaced by Matt Barnes. Sale threw 91 pitches, ...
  • Police try to prevent retaliation after Chicago rapper shot

    CHICAGO (AP) — Police took steps on Tuesday to stave off retaliatory attacks by street gangs after a Chicago rapper known for taunting rivals on social media was shot in the head in a shootout during a funeral for his friend and a fellow rapper killed earlier in October. Five others were injured in the Monday afternoon shooting, though none ...
  • Rod Rosenstein

    Lawmakers postpone interview with Deputy AG Rosenstein

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Two House committees are postponing a closed-door interview with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that was expected to delve into reports that he discussed secretly recording President Donald Trump. Rosenstein was scheduled on Wednesday to meet with the top lawmakers on the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform panels. The meeting had been scheduled after weeks ...
  • Readers pick America’s best-loved novel in nationwide vote

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “To Kill a Mockingbird,” a coming-of-age story about racism and injustice, overcame wizards and time travelers to be voted America’s best-loved novel by readers nationwide. The 1961 book by Harper Lee emerged as No. 1 in PBS’ “The Great American Read” survey, whose results were announced Tuesday on the show’s finale. More than 4 million votes ...
  • Hawks offering plenty of other options in new-look arena

    ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Hawks may not win a lot of games this season. Not to worry. There will be plenty of options other than basketball for fans after a nearly $200 million arena renovation. Want to work on your swing? Check out the golf suites. Need a trim? Yep, there’s a barber shop. “This arena is for every ...
  • Tracy Chapman sues Nicki Minaj for copyright infringement

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rapper Nicki Minaj is being sued for sampling a Tracy Chapman song without permission. Chapman filed a copyright infringement lawsuit Monday in a Los Angeles federal court. The Grammy-winning singer says Minaj’s unreleased track “Sorry” incorporates the lyrics and vocal melody from her 1988 single “Baby Can I Hold You.” The lawsuit states the “Fast Car” ...
  • Sean Combs, P.Diddy

    Diddy pledges $1 million to new Bronx charter school

    NEW YORK (AP) — Sean “Diddy” Combs has pledged $1 million to a network of charter schools for a new location in the Bronx. Capital Preparatory Schools has been approved to open the school in September with 160 6th- and 7th-graders. The goal is to expand to 650 students in grades six through 11 over five years, according to an ...
  • Ricky Skaggs

    Ricky Skaggs, Dottie West enter Country Music Hall of Fame

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Bluegrass and country star Ricky Skaggs, singer Dottie West and fiddler Johnny Gimble are the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame. The three artists were inducted Sunday at the Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, in a ceremony featuring performances from Garth Brooks, Chris Stapleton, Connie Smith and Dierks Bentley. It ...
  • Murakami enjoys writing because he doesn’t know the ending

    TOKYO (AP) — Haruki Murakami says he enjoys writing novels because he doesn’t know how they’ll end. The Japanese author behind global best-sellers like his latest, “Killing Commendatore” hosted a special radio show on Sunday. He said he starts writing without deciding how the story should end. Ideas pop up as he writes, and he goes with the flow while ...
  • Garth Brooks’ concert at Notre Dame success despite weather

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Bad weather tested the devotion of 84,000 fans who went to see Garth Brooks at Notre Dame Stadium over the weekend. And it appears they really wanted to be at the event in northern Indiana. It was the first such concert in the stadium’s 88-year history. The Indianapolis Star reports that strong winds made it ...
  • Tom Petty

    Family, fans, of Tom Petty gather to name park in his honor

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida park was renamed after iconic rocker Tom Petty, who played at that park as a boy. The Gainesville Sun reports that hundreds of members of the Tom Petty Nation! fan club visited Gainesville on Saturday to celebrate the star’s birthday with his music and the dedication of the former Northeast Park as Tom Petty ...
  • Readers pick America’s best-loved novel in nationwide vote

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “To Kill a Mockingbird,” a coming-of-age story about racism and injustice, overcame wizards and time travelers to be voted America’s best-loved novel by readers nationwide. The 1961 book by Harper Lee emerged as No. 1 in PBS’ “The Great American Read” survey, whose results were announced Tuesday on the show’s finale. More than 4 million votes ...
  • Megyn Kelly

    Megyn Kelly apologizes for suggesting blackface OK

    NEW YORK (AP) — NBC’s Megyn Kelly swiftly apologized Tuesday for a morning show segment that questioned why dressing up in blackface for a Halloween costume is wrong. Following a social media backlash, Kelly wrote in an email to NBC News colleagues that she realized such behavior is wrong, that the history of blackface in culture is abhorrent. On her ...
  • CBS is the week’s top TV network, but faces more competition

    NEW YORK (AP) — CBS was television’s most popular network last week, but that status is no longer the slam-dunk that it has been for the last decade and a half. It was CBS’ second weekly victory of the young television season, matching NBC’s two victories, the Nielsen company said Tuesday. NBC handily won among viewers aged 18 to 49, ...
  • Man shot by guard in lobby of local Washington Fox station

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A security guard shot a man at Washington’s local Fox station Monday after he kicked through a pair of locked doors and tried to enter the lobby, police said. Commander Melvin Gresham of the Metropolitan Police Department told reporters that the man was apparently unarmed and was in stable condition at an area hospital. The incident just ...
  • PBS docuseries ‘Native America’ recreates cultures pre-1492

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The story of Native America taught in U.S. public schools usually begins at contact with European explorers. Children then get lessons about Thanksgiving, maybe the Trail of Tears or the 19th century wars over the removal of tribes in the American West. Rarely discussed is life in the Americas before Columbus’ 1492 voyage. A new four-part ...
  • Rowling, Tolkien, Austen novels vie for bragging rights

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The results are in for an impassioned national election that put the popularity of candidates Jane Austen, J.R.R. Tolkien and J.K. Rowling on the line. The effort to discover America’s best-loved novel — and promote reading — ends with the winner announced on Tuesday’s 8 p.m. EDT finale (check local listings) of PBS’ “The Great American ...
  • Richard Parsons

    Correction: CBS-Parsons story

    In some versions of a headline on a story Oct. 22 and 23 about an interim CBS chairman resigning, The Associated Press erroneously reported the last name of the chairman. It’s Parsons, not Parson. A corrected version of the story is below: Parsons resigning from CBS board for health reasons Richard Parsons resigning from CBS Corp. board of directors; Zelnick ...
  • Ed Catmull

    Disney animation and Pixar president Ed Catmull to retire

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ed Catmull, the president of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios since 2006, is retiring next year. The Walt Disney Company says Tuesday that the 73-year-old Pixar co-founder will remain in an advisory role through July 2019. Robert Iger, Disney’s chairman and CEO, said in a statement that Catmull’s impact on the entertainment industry is immeasurable. ...
  • Melania Trump

    Melania Trump hosts students for movie at the White House

    WASHINGTON (AP) — First lady Melania Trump invited sixth graders to the White House on Tuesday to watch a movie about kindness as part of her anti-bullying campaign — even as her office pushed back against one of the first lady’s own critics on Twitter. Earlier in the day, Andy Lassner, the executive producer for Ellen DeGeneres’ television show, tweeted ...
  • Ruth E. Carter

    ‘Black Panther’ costume designer to receive career award

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ruth E. Carter, the creator of the stunning costumes of “Black Panther” and numerous other Hollywood films, will receive the career achievement award at next year’s Costume Designers Guild Awards. The guild announced Tuesday that the two-time Academy Award nominee will receive the honor at the 21st annual ceremony held Feb. 19 in Beverly Hills. Carter’s ...
  • Movie Pass

    MoviePass to be jettisoned by parent company

    NEW YORK (AP) — MoviePass, the struggling discount movie ticket subscription service, is being spun off by the company that owns it. Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. did not try to obscure the reasons why on Tuesday. MoviePass has become a burden. MoviePass drew in millions of subscribers, luring them with a $10 monthly rate. But that proved costly. Because ...
  • Catherine Deneuve

    French film star Catherine Deneuve receives Japanese award

    TOKYO (AP) — French film star Catherine Deneuve received Japan’s most prestigious art award on Tuesday at a ceremony in Tokyo, where she was greeted by Emperor Akihito. Deneuve received the Praemium Imperiale for her achievement in film and theater performances. The 84-year-old Akihito, who is abdicating at the end of April, shook hands with Deneuve at a reception afterward ...
  • Anywhere but Washington: Why DC stories rarely film in DC

    WASHINGTON (AP) — It’s a hobby among District of Columbia locals: Picking apart glaring geographic and architectural inaccuracies in movies and television shows set in Washington. One of the most famous is the 1987 film “No Way Out,” where Kevin Costner escapes pursuers by taking a subway from Georgetown. No subway station has ever existed in the tony neighborhood. The ...
  • Amy Schumer, Chris Fischer

    Amy Schumer took long way around to announce she’s pregnant

    Amy Schumer took the long way around to announce she’s pregnant with husband Chris Fischer. The comedian and actress broke her baby news Monday on the Instagram stories of friend and journalist Jessica Yellin . Yellin, of the site NewsNotNoise.org, showed at the end of a list of Schumer’s recommended congressional and gubernatorial candidates the line: “I’m pregnant-Amy Schumer.” Schumer ...
  • Police try to prevent retaliation after Chicago rapper shot

    CHICAGO (AP) — Police took steps on Tuesday to stave off retaliatory attacks by street gangs after a Chicago rapper known for taunting rivals on social media was shot in the head in a shootout during a funeral for his friend and a fellow rapper killed earlier in October. Five others were injured in the Monday afternoon shooting, though none ...
  • Turkish president: Saudis must name masterminds of killing

    ISTANBUL (AP) — Saudi Arabia must identify those who ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and turn over the suspects for trial, the Turkish president said Tuesday in remarks that carefully ratcheted up pressure on a country that is a source of investment for Turkey, but also a rival for influence in the Middle East. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ...
  • Meghan rushed through dark market on royal visit to Fiji

    SUVA, Fiji (AP) — The Duchess of Sussex was rushed through her visit to an indoor market in Fiji’s capital over apparent concerns about the location’s security. Meghan on Wednesday visited the Suva Market with the intention of meeting some of the female vendors who have been involved in the U.N. Women’s project “Markets for Change.” But Meghan spent only ...
  • The Latest: Trump calls Khashoggi killing a ‘total fiasco’

    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — The Latest on the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi (all times local): 2 a.m. U.S. President Donald Trump says he will be briefed Wednesday afternoon by U.S. officials looking into the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi Arabian agents. After tomorrow, Trump says, “We’ll know pretty much everything there is to know.” He calls ...
  • Bill Cosby

    Cosby judge rejects new trial bid; Camille Cosby sees bias

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A judge on Tuesday rejected Bill Cosby’s bid for a new trial or sentencing hearing, leading the comedian’s wife, Camille, to again accuse the judge of bias against her husband. The ruling by the same judge that presided over Cosby’s trial also led the entertainer’s lawyers to file their appeal with the state Superior Court, the next ...
  • Tracy Chapman sues Nicki Minaj for copyright infringement

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rapper Nicki Minaj is being sued for sampling a Tracy Chapman song without permission. Chapman filed a copyright infringement lawsuit Monday in a Los Angeles federal court. The Grammy-winning singer says Minaj’s unreleased track “Sorry” incorporates the lyrics and vocal melody from her 1988 single “Baby Can I Hold You.” The lawsuit states the “Fast Car” ...
  • Saudi forum highlights crown prince’s shifting fortunes

    RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — A high-profile investment conference opened in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, providing an early indication of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s shifting fortunes after the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi. Top Western executives and officials withdrew from the conference after Saudi officials killed Khashoggi in their Istanbul consulate on Oct. 2, in circumstances that are ...