John PopperJohn Popper Arrested In Washington
Blues Traveler singer and harmonica player John Popper was arrested after the vehicle he was riding in was clocked going 111 mph, the Washington State Patrol said Wednesday.
|ICE Raid On Janitors Snags Hundreds|
In a nationwide investigation, federal agents arrested 193 illegal immigrants working as janitors.
Jim Jones12 Arrested At UAlbany Concert
After several fights broke out at a talent show that was to feature controversial rapper Jim Jones as a headliner at the University of Albany’s SEFCU Arena, police used pepper spray, Tasers and physical restraints to restore order, eventually shutting dow
|Wolfgang’s Vault Counter Sues Labels, Rock Bands|
Entrepreneur William Sagan, owner of WolfgangsVault.com, has filed a counter suit against several rock legends and two record labels this week.
|Hendrix Family Sues Over Vodka Marketing|
Jimi Hendrix's family filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday over the use of the guitar legend's name to market a brand of vodka.
|Three Acquitted In E2 Nightclub Stampede|
A judge on Friday acquitted three men accused of involuntary manslaughter in a 2003 stampede at Chicago's E2 nightclub that killed 21 people, prosecutors said.
DiddySean Combs Sued For Assault By Partygoer
A lawsuit has been filed against Sean "Diddy" Combs, alleging the music mogul punched and pushed the plaintiff and his girlfriend at a Hollywood nightclub.
El TriTwo Men Arrested In Melee After Canceled El Tri Concert
Watsonville police arrested two local men believed to be responsible for causing thousands of dollars in damages during a riot.
Kelis (AP Photo)Kelis Charged With Disorderly Conduct
Kelis was charged early Friday with trying to disrupt an undercover police operation, authorities said.
Miller (AP Photo)Louisiana Judge Eases Rapper's Gag Order
A rapper under house arrest can promote his new CD but cannot talk about the murder charge against him, a state judge has ruled.
The O'Jays (AP Photo)Sammy Strain Of O'Jays Sues Ex-Partners
A longtime member of the O'Jays has sued his former partners and record label over royalties.