All-new episodes of CMT Crossroads will light up back-to-back Fridays this summer with an all-star mix of country and pop acts. Thomas Rhett and Nick Jonas will share the stage with special guests Danielle Bradbery and John Oates on CMT Crossroads: Nick Jonas and Thomas Rhett, airing June 24 at 10 p.m. ET. The hour-long... Read more »
There used to be a line in the sand. Fans were on one side, and stars were on the other. But now, thanks in part to social media and the willingness to make that social media part of everyday life, that line seems to be fading. âIn the past, artists used to kind of put... Read more »
One of the bills awaiting a decision by Governor Jay Nixon (D) would protect anyone who frees a child trapped in a hot car. According to San Jose State University, so far this year eight children have died of heatstroke in the U.S. because they were left in a hot car. Since 1998, an average […]
A billÂ awaiting a decision by Governor Nixon would protect anyone who frees a child trapped in a hot car. Bill Wise reports.
Showers along the northern Atlantic Coast will end later Tuesday. Meanwhile, stormy weather will gradually shift from the Plains into the Midwest and mid-South. Five-day rainfall totals should reach 2 to 5 inches from central and eastern Texas into the upper Mississippi Valley. Meanwhile, spotty showers will linger in the Northwest, where 5-day totals could... Read more »
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Across the Corn Belt, scattered showers are slowing fieldwork mainly along and west of a line from Wisconsin to Missouri. Fieldwork continues to progress at a rapid pace in the eastern Corn Belt. During the week ending May 22, Michigan planted nearly one-third (31%) of its intended corn acreageâreaching 65% planted overall. On the Plains,... Read more »
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