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Katy on Miley’s Kiss: “God Knows Where That Tongue Has Been”

By ABC News Radio

Emma Summerton/EMI Music GroupKaty Perry says that smooch she shared with Miley Cyrus at the “Wrecking Ball” singer’s February 22 concert in L.A. was just going to be a “friendly girly kiss,” but she pulled away when Miley tried to “go deeper.”

Katy recalled the girl-on-girl moment during an appearance Wednesday morning on Australia’s TV show Sunrise. Katy told the hosts, “I just walked up to her to give her like a friendly girly kiss, you know, as girls do, and then she like tried to move her head and go deeper and I pulled away.”

“God knows where that tongue has been. We don’t know. That tongue is so infamous,” Katy added.

The singer managed to avoid discussing her love life and her rumored split from John Mayer when a young fan asked if she had a boyfriend. Katy declared, “All of my fans are my boyfriend,” and then turned to a koala bear on the live TV set and added, “This is my boyfriend.”

Also during her visit to the show, Katy tried her hand at being an Aussie meteorologist, prompting laughter from the hosts.

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From: Adult Contemporary Music News From ABC

East Grays Harbor County residents asked to report suspicious activity

The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department is warning Brady and Satsop residents of an increase in Burglaries, Thefts, and Vehicle Prowls. Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate tells us over the past week and a half, there have been four separate incidents in the area including burglaries on the 18th and 25th in Brady, a burglary in Satsop on the 20th, and aparrently someone stole batteries out of vehicles in the 500 block of the Monte Elma Road East of Montesano on Wednesday. Then just before 7 last night, Shumate reports residents in the 300 block of that road – closer to Brady, watched as a white or lighter colored Jeep Cherokee pull into their driveway and turn off it’s headlights. When asked, the occupants claimed to be lost, but sped away when the residents tried to help.

The driver was described as being a white male in his late 20’s to early 30’s with a skinny build and bald/shaved head. The Jeep was further described as being “beat up looking”. There was a white female passenger of about the same age who was described as having a bigger build than the male.

Anyone seeing a vehicle matching this description in that area is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at 360-249-3711 or the Grays Harbor Dispatch Center at 360-533-8765.

On 02/18/14 the department investigated a burglary that occurred at a residence in the 100 block of Winkleman Road (Brady). Suspect(s) broke into the residence and stole several items that included a large flat screen TV, a DVD player, a computer and a laptop. The victim also noticed metals had been taken from around his shop. Investigators eventually developed a suspect of the metal theft and he was located and arrested. It is unknown at this time if he was responsible for the burglary to the home. That investigation is ongoing.

On 02/20/14 the department investigated a burglary that occurred in the 1000 block of Monte Elma Road (Satsop). Suspect(s) burglarized a shed and stole items from the carport. Items included a 10 speed bike, a drill press, and miscellaneous tools. It was believed this crime occurred at night.

On 02/25/14 our agency investigated a burglary that occurred to a residence in the 500 block of Monte Elma Road (Brady). The home owners had only been gone a few hours mid day when they returned home and discovered that suspect(s) had forcefully entered their residence and shop and stole numerous items. Some of the stolen items included a flat screen TV, food, clothing, jewelry, and tools. Due to the extent of theft, detectives were called to assist deputies with this investigation. The sheriff’s department K-9 unit was also utilized however it was believed the suspect(s) arrived and left in a vehicle.

On 02/26/14 residents in the 500 block of Monte Elma Road (Montesano) discovered that someone had stolen the batteries out of their vehicles.
Anyone with information on the above referenced crimes are asked to call the sheriff’s department at 360-249-3711. We are also requesting residents in that area to report any unusual or suspicious activity.

Cut cable kills TV for up to 1,000 in the South Belfair, Allyn and Victor Cutoff Road areas

On Tuesday afternoon, February 25, 2014, construction workers accidentally cut through a cable television line belonging to the Century Link Cable company.

The cable was cut around the 23,000 block of State Route 3, Belfair, WA, and areas that may be affected by the cut cable are customers south of Belfair towards Allyn, WA, the Victor Cutoff Road area and on State Route 106, west of State Route 3.  This area may have between 300 to 1,000 customers residing in the north Mason County area.

Century Link Cable Company has advised the Mason County Emergency Communications Dispatchers that they have crews on site and will work around the clock if necessary to restore cable services.

If any customer has any questions regarding their cable service, they are asked not to call 9-1-1, but to contact their cable company.  The Washington State Patrol, the Mason County Emergency Communications Center and the Mason County Sheriff’s

George Michael Concert Special to Premiere on AXS TV in April in Conjunction Release of “Symphonica” Album

By Music News Group

Virgin EMIIn celebration of the release of George Michael‘s upcoming live album, Symphonica, a concert special filmed in Paris during the legendary pop singer’s 2011-2012 tour of the same name will premiere April 13 at 8 p.m. ET on the high-definition AXS TV channel. The show, which took place in September of 2012, marked the first time that a contemporary pop artist had ever performed at the city’s renowned Palais Garnier Opera House.

Symphonica, Michael’s sixth full-length album and his first since 2004’s Patience, is due out March 18. As previously reported, the 14-track collection was recorded during his Symphonica trek of the U.K. and mainland Europe, and contains a mix of original songs and covers. The album was co-produced by George and the late Phil Ramone, and was the legendary producer’s final project.

Fans who pre-order the digital version of the record will receive a bonus track, “I Remember You.” Earlier this month, George release the lead single from Symphonica, a rendition of Terence Trent D’Arby‘s 1993 piano-driven ballad “Let Her Down Easy.” In addition, separate promo videos have been created to …read more

From: Adult Contemporary Music News From ABC

Police: Man Shot at Posh NY Wedding Hall

Police: Man shot at posh NY wedding hall that’s been backdrop in movies, TV shows

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From: ABC US News

Thanks, JR: Ewing Energies Selling Gas for $1.98 in NYC

Manhattan drivers are hoping nobody shoots JR—at least not today. As a promotional stunt kicking off its new season, the TV series “Dallas” opened a Ewing Energies gas station in New York City selling gas at $1.98 a gallon for one day only.

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From: ABC US News

TV: Police Chief Says 4 Dead, 2 Injured in Shooting at American Indian Center in N. California

TV: Police chief says 4 dead, 2 injured in shooting at American Indian center in N. California

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From: ABC US News

Watch: TV Sportscaster Goes on Defense for Gay Athlete

WFAA’s Dale Hansen says it’s time for the NFL to “celebrate” Michael Sam.

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From: ABC US News


AP WAS THERE: The Beatles Invade America in 1964

Beatles arrive, make American TV debut, as reported by The Associated Press in February 1964

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From: ABC US News


On Russian TV, US Mom Urges Waiver to Adoption Ban

Minnesota mom makes emotional appeal on Russian TV for an exception to adoption ban

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From: ABC US News