Nelson pushes for dogfighting bill in Georgia
ATLANTA - Willie Nelson is looking to become dog's best friend.
The country music star has filmed a television spot supporting an anti-dogfighting bill that is moving through the Georgia Legislature.
In the ad, Nelson looks into the camera while 'Georgia on My Mind' plays in the background.
'Dogfighting is against the law in Georgia, but the laws are so weak, the beautiful state of Georgia has become a haven for dogfighters from around the country,' he says.
The bill would make it a felony for anyone to sell, trade or transport dogs for the purpose of dogfighting.
Linda Hogan files for divorce
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Linda Hogan has filed for divorce from her wrestler husband Hulk Hogan, a newspaper reported Friday.
Hulk Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, told the St. Petersburg Times that he had no idea his wife had filed for divorce. He was informed by a reporter that Pinellas County court records showed that the paperwork was submitted Tuesday.
'Thank you for the great information,' he said.
'Lost' star Kim pleads not guilty to drunken driving
HONOLULU - ABC's 'Lost' star Daniel Dae Kim entered an initial plea of not guilty to a drunken driving charge Friday.
Kim, 39, who plays Jin-Soo Kwon on the TV show, was arrested Oct. 25 when a Honolulu police officer spotted him driving erratically.
His driver's license was revoked Nov. 16 for six months, said Ronald Sakata, chief adjudicator for the Administrative Driver's License Revocation Office.
'He made an apology to the state, the people of Hawaii and his fans,' defense attorney Patrick McPherson said outside the courtroom. 'He pleaded not guilty and requested a trial date.' Kim did not appear at the arraignment.
Kim was the fourth actor on the series to run into trouble with the law while filming in Hawaii. Other stars who were arrested had their characters killed off on the show soon afterward.