THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Danelle Umstead, the first-ever blind contestant on "Dancing with the Stars," was sent home this week.
Country singer Brad Paisley and his wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, have teamed with Belmont University to open The Store, a food pantry that is set up like a free grocery store for those in need.
Toys R Us has set the stage for a possible comeback by canceling a bankruptcy auction.
Four people have been arrested in Los Angeles in connection with a series of burglaries that targeted the homes of celebrities, including Rihanna, Christina Milian, Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig and Rams wide receiver Robert Woods.
Taylor Swift will open the 2018 American Music Awards next Tuesday night, her first awards show performance in three years.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, visited Sussex for the very first time together Wednesday since getting their titles.
An Ohio woman was arrested for allowing her 10-year-old son to get a tattoo by a teenage artist, because she was tired of him begging her for one.
The fashionistas are promoting the concept that more and more men are wearing stilettos. No, seriously.
A 16-year-old Turkish boy was sentenced to four years in prison for kissing his 13-year-old girlfriend.
Meanwhile, a Saudi woman was banned from marrying a man because he plays a musical instrument.
A report says the NBA is considering a ban Kanye West's Adidas basketball shoes.
It's the 25th anniversary of the movie, "Hocus Pocus", so the cable channel Freeform is going to show it throughout the month and then do a Hocus Pocus marathon on Halloween, which will also include interviews with the cast members. The film is also returning to movie theaters for a few select showings.
The Baltimore Orioles set a franchise record for most losses this season with 115, and first baseman Chris Davis set a record-low of his own in the process, posting a .168 batting average over the course of 128 games and 522 plate appearances. That batting average is the worst for any qualified hitter in Major League Baseball history since the league adopted the current 162-game schedule.