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Calendar: KD Country
Title: Toys for Tots
When: 11/30/2012
Location: Team Nurse, 610 Broad ST, Altavista, VA
Description: Marine Corp is collecting Toys for Tots. Please drop off your items at Team Nurse in Altavista before December 4.
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  • Police in Missing UVA Student Case Search Rural Area Where Remains Found

    iStock/Thinkstock(ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va.) -- Police investigating the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham searched a wooded and sparsely populated area a day after human remains were found there.

    On Sunday forensic teams searched along a road in southern Albemarle County, Virginia, that runs near the vacant home where the remains were discovered. Investigators also interviewed residents in the area.

    A team of searchers on Saturday found a skull, bones and a pair of tight, dark-colored pants in a dried-up creek bed behind the home. The pants are similar to a pair...

  • Coaches Suspended in NJ High School Football Hazing Scandal

    iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Football coaches who also teach at the New Jersey high school embroiled in a hazing scandal have been suspended with pay from both positions, according to an official briefed on the situation.

    Among the teachers suspended at Sayreville War Memorial High School were five with tenure, reportedly including head football coach George Najjar.

    The suspensions were expected to be discussed Tuesday evening at the district's next school board meeting.

    Several of the seven football players at the school accused in the hazing scandal appeared in court Tuesday, the beginning...

  • Jurors in Polo Mogul John Goodman's Retrial Won't See Cars Involved in Fatal Crash

    iStock/Thinkstock(WELLINGTON, Fla.) -- Neither of the cars at the center of Florida polo mogul John Goodman's DUI manslaughter case will be seen by jurors during his retrial.

    The Palm Beach Attorney's Office ordered the release of the $200,000 Bentley driven by Goodman and the Hyundai driven by Scott Wilson after Goodman was convicted in the first trial. The two cars were to be crushed.

    Goodman was speeding when he crashed into Wilson's car in Wellington, Florida, sending it into a canal, prosecutors allege. Wilson, 23, drowned.

    Palm Beach Homicide Detective Troy Snelgrove testified earlier...

  • Kip Moore Rocking New Songs on His Up in Smoke Tour This Fall

    Image Courtesy MCA NashvilleKip Moore has been playing a ton of new music on his CMT Up in Smoke tour, including the rocking song, "Wild Ones." Even though the lyrics were inspired by the rowdy fans Kip sees in the crowd every night, he hesitated about adding the song to his set list.

    Kip tells The Tennessean, "So much of me wanted to hold this song back because I knew how slamming this song was and how excited people would be about it, but I couldn't. It’s just...

  • Thomas Rhett Headlining NASCAR Truck Series Post-Race Concert at Talledega Superspeedway

    Image Courtesy CMAThomas Rhett headlines the Fred's 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series post-race concert at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama Saturday. Getting to play a show at the legendary race track is a big deal for Thomas.

    He says, "Talladega is one of those iconic places that you grow up knowing about, whether you follow NASCAR or not. So, to be able to go there and perform…that definitely goes on the 'Things I'll tell my grandkids' list." 

    To see the rest of Thomas's tour dates, go to ThomasRhett.com.

  • Pistol Annies' Angaleena Presley Is Hiding Nothing on Her Solo Debut, "American Middle Class"

    Image Courtesy Blu Sanders/ShoreFireYou know Angaleena Presley as the brunette in Pistol Annies, the band she formed in 2011 with Miranda Lambert and Ashley Monroe. Now, Angaleena is stepping out with her debut album, American Middle Class, in stores now. As she did with the Annies, Angaleena is brutally honest in the lyrics of her new songs. "Pain Pills" takes on the epidemic of prescription medicine abuse in her native Kentucky while "Life of the Party" details the effects of getting drunk night after night. "Knocked Up" gives a look...