Wednesday, July 5, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Adele canceled her last two shows at Wembley Stadium because of vocal problems. She was hinting that may have been her last tour ever. Ticket-holding fans are said to be upset about her "zero work ethic." 
  • 12 greyhounds tested positive for cocaine at a Florida dog track. 
  • Police in Michigan are one the lookout for a bald man who is stealing Rogaine. 
  • Jerrod Carmichael is reportedly leaving NBC's "The Carmichael Show" after the third season. 
  • 88-year-old Joe Jackson, patriarch of the Jackson family was injured in a car crash in Las Vegas. He was hospitalized, but has been released. 
  • Steph Curry has signed a 5-year, $201 million contract with the Golden State Warriors. 
  • Major League Baseball says June saw the most home runs ever in a month at 1,101. 
  • Japan has announced a plan to land a man on the Moon by 2030. 
  • A study says the happiest years in a person's life are usually between 23 and 69. 
  • Maria Menounos says she has been diagnosed with a benign brain tumor and has announced her resignation from E! News. At the same time, her mom is battling brain cancer. 
  • Tesla will begin production of its $35,000 Model 3 this month. 
  • Rumer Willis says she's been sober six months now and she's very proud of it. 
  • CBS' Hawaii Five-0 will be missing a couple of characters from its season eight premiere. Grace Park and Daniel Dae Kim, who play Kono Kalakaua and Chin Ho Kelly, have officially left the show and will not be returning for more episodes. 
  • Airbnb is planning to launch a luxury service for mansions. 
  • A Florida fisherman landed a 771-pound blue marlin that took 3-1/2 hours to bring on the boat. 
  • The eyes of the world will be on Hamburg, Germany this week, where President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet face-to-face for the first time

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