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Title: Lights, Camera, Lynchburg
When: 11/16/2012
Description: This year's Light's, Camera,

Lynchburg video contest is

underway. Deadline for

entries is November 16, 2012.

More information available at

lynchburgva.gov/videocontest.
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  • Police ID Likely Homicide Victim Without Finding a Body

    iStock/Thinkstock(AUBURN, Wash.) -- Police have identified the victim of a likely homicide that has puzzled them for two weeks since a federal agent stumbled on a pile of ripped up flooring covered in blood by the side of a road in Auburn, Wash.

    Commander Mike Hirman of the Auburn Police Department said authorities have confirmed that blood on the material is from 30-year-old Brandon Zomalt.

    Hirman said police believe it is likely that Zomalt was killed in a homicide, although without a body or further evidence they cannot confirm anything.

    "Obviously it's...

  • Human Skull Donated to Texas Goodwill Store

    (iStock Editorial) Credit: dbdurden(AUSTIN, Texas) -- Police in Austin, Texas, are investigating an unusual donation to a local Goodwill store: a human skull.

    While odd, police do not believe the skull was the result of a crime. Instead, they told ABC News affiliate KVUE-TV that they believe the skull may have been part of someone's private collection.

    "We think it was probably something that belonged to the person who donated it, to a relative of the person who donated it and it was part of a collection or an anatomical model,"...

  • Lego Fingerprints Helped Solve Cold Case Murder

    iStock/Thinkstock(SALT LAKE CITY) -- Fingerprints found on Lego building blocks helped police crack a 23-year-old cold case murder mystery in Utah, authorities said.

    The gruesome murder of 78-year-old Lucille Johnson in Salt Lake City left police puzzled in 1991.

    The grandmother was strangled and beaten in her home and police found Legos in the entryway of her living room and driveway the floor, but were unable to discern who killed her, the Salt Lake Sheriff's Office said.

    When the case was reopened last year, investigators tested the residue found under Johnson's fingernails...

  • Lee Ann Womack and John Legend Team Up for CMT Crossroads

    Sugar Hill Lee Ann Womack teams up with John Legend for CMT's next episode of Crossroads. The pair will sing alternate versions of each other's hits and duet on others, in a taping outside Nashville in Franklin, Tennessee before the special  premieres in September.

    Legend won the 2005 Best New Artist Grammy and performed his most recent smash hit "All of Me" at June's CMT Awards with Jennifer Nettles and Hunter Hayes. Lee Ann's latest single is the title track from her new album The Way I'm Livin', her first in almost six...

  • Jason Aldean Rolls Out Steamy Clip for "Burnin' It Down"

    Image Courtesy Jim Wright/Broken BowYou can check out Jason Aldean's steamy new video for "Burnin' It Down" on E!'s Music Channel.  The sexy clip, shot in Nashville earlier this month, features a scantily-clad brunette seducing a guitar player at home, while Jason and his band perform the song amid a pyro-laced backdrop.

    Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are two of the song's co-writers. It's the first single from Jason's sixth studio album, titled Old Boots. It's due October 7, before Jason wraps his tour in Texas on October...

  • Brad Paisley Calls Out E! News over Taylor Swift Headline

    Arista NashvilleBrad Paisley is apparently not too happy with E! News. In response to E!'s online article titled Taylor Swift’s ‘Becoming More of a Product’ as a Pop Music Singer, Says Brad Paisley,” the singer tweeted, "Bulls**t headline, E. Nice interview. Go taylor.”

    Though the headline seems to indicate that Brad has some problem with Taylor’s acknowledgement that her forthcoming album 1989 will be her first full-blown pop effort, the article itself points out that she and Brad are longtime friends.  He goes on to call the crossover “admirable” and...