THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Tim Conway, star of "The Carol Burnett Show," has died at 85 following battle with dementia.
- Shooting on the next Bond movie has been suspended after Daniel Craig was injured on the set and flown to a hospital in the U.S.
- New research from Parks Associates shows that approximately 22% of U.S. broadband households use an antenna to watch over-the-air broadcasts.
- Days after NBC canceled Steve Harvey's daytime talk show, they replaced him as the host of "Little Big Shots" with Melissa McCarthy.
- The long-running show "Arthur" on PBS is mixing things up going into its 22nd season. This week, the show hosted a wedding between beloved teacher Mr. Ratburn and Patrick, a chocolatier.
- U.S. News and World Report has called Washington the best state in the country.
- "American Idol" will return for a 3rd season on ABC, but there may be new judges as the current panel is pretty darn expensive.
- Michael Jackson's son, Prince, graduated from Loyola Marymount University over the weekend with a degree in business administration. Jackson's other son, 17-year-old Blanket, made a rare public appearance to support his brother.
- An heir to the Coca-Cola fortune was arrested on the Caribbean Island of St. Kitts after a search of his private jet uncovered more than $1.3 million worth of cannabis on board.
- Scientists say that the moon is shrinking because of tectonic plates colliding and causing moon-shakes.
- Terry Bradshaw is apologizing for saying that he lost "The Masked Singer" because of the judges Alan Thicke and "that little short guy from Japan." He was referring to Dr. Ken Jeong, the Korean American comedian.
- Lisa Kudrow says she doesn't watch "Friends" reruns because she "might not like myself on the show." September 22nd is the 25th anniversary of the show's debut on NBC.
- Seattle's Russell Wilson, currently, the highest-paid NFL quarterback, bought his mom a new house for Mother's Day.
- Cuba is experiencing rationing of chicken, eggs, beans and rice.
- NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says the "one and done" rule will end in time for the 2022 draft. So, three years from now, high school students will be allowed to go directly to the N.B.A. without attending a college first.
- Doris Day made her wishes known when she passed-no funeral, no memorial, no grave marker with all of her estate going to protect animals.
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