FILE - In this Feb. 15, 2014 file photo, singer Vanilla Ice performs during the skills competition at the NBA All Star basketball game, in New Orleans. Vanilla Ice has indefinitely postponed a Texas concert that had drawn fierce criticism due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 1990s rapper with the hit single “Ice Ice Baby” had been scheduled to play a lakeside concert just outside Austin on Friday, July 3, 2020, but he decided to postpone until a later date, the owner of the restaurant hosting the show said Thursday, July 2.

Coronavirus concerns freeze Vanilla Ice show

Rudolfo Anaya, ‘godfather’ of Chicano literature, dies at 82
FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2016, file photo, President Barack Obama shakes hands with author, Rudolfo Anaya, after presenting him with the 2015 National Humanities Medal during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington. Anaya, 82, who helped launch the 1970s Chicano Literature Movement with his novel

Carl Reiner, beloved creator of 'Dick Van Dyke Show,' dies
FILE - In this May 26, 1963 file photo, Carl Reiner shows holds two Emmy statuettes presented to him as best comedy writer for the

No smoking, drinking or eating as Atlantic City casinos open
In this June 24, 2020 photo, Dean Loveland, a worker at the Hard Rock casino in Atlantic City N.J., installs plexiglass barriers between player positions at a card table at the casino a week before it was to reopen amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Dr. Dre's wife of 24 years, Nicole Young, files for divorce
In a Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 file photo, Dr. Dre, left, and Nicole Young arrive at the City of Hope Gala, at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif.

AMC pushes back movie theater reopening by 2 weeks

AMC pushes back movie theater reopening by 2 weeks

Broadway shutdown due to virus extended again until January
BET Awards highlight Black voices as artists turn political
Rolling Stones threaten to sue Trump over using their songs
Milton Glaser, designer of 'I Love NY' logo, dies at 91
FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2007 file photo, musicians Emily Robison, left, Natalie Maines, center, and Martie Maguire of the group The Dixie Chicks pose with their awards for song of the year, for record of the year, for album of the year, for best country album, and for best country performance at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. The group have dropped the word dixie from their name and are now going by The Chicks. The move follows a decision by country group Lady Antebellum to change to Lady A after acknowledging the word's association to slavery.

The Dixie Chicks officially change their name to The Chicks

Adult film star Ron Jeremy charged with rape, sexual assault
Bill Cosby appeal will test scope of #MeToo prosecutions
Joel Schumacher, director of 'St. Elmo's Fire,' dies at 80
Amid pandemic, Live Nation announces drive-in concert series

Custom guitar from Prince's 1980s prime sells for $563,500

Beyoncé drops surprise single 'Black Parade' on Juneteenth

'Into the Wild' bus removed from Alaska backcountry

Jean Kennedy Smith, last surviving sibling of JFK, dies

'That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

Twin Cities Pride postpones virtual LGBTQ+ parade, vows to fight systemic racial inequality

Not so random acts: Science finds that being kind pays off
No injuries reported after North Minneapolis fire
Fuji Ya, 1st Japanese restaurant to open in Minnesota, closes its doors after over 60 years

Authorities seek missing 49-year-old man in Douglas County

423 new COVID-19 cases, 8 additional deaths reported by MDH

Hourslong standoff in Hastings ends with man in custody, children safe

KSTP's Fourth of July Guide

Police investigating what led up to Minneapolis shooting that hurt 2

Washington Redskins undergoing 'thorough review' of team name


St. Paul Verizon store persons of interest

Verizon St. Paul persons of interest

Springboard for the Arts persons of interest

Springboard for the arts person of interest

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Pinky Swear Foundation, Hy-Vee to host virtual triathlon

Pinky Swear Foundation, Hy-Vee to host virtual triathlon