Reality show mom gives birth to 19th child
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- An Arkansas couple featured on the reality TV show ''18 Kids and Counting'' now has 19.
Cable network TLC says 43-year-old Michelle Duggar gave birth to a 1-pound, 6-ounce daughter Thursday night during an emergency cesarean section. She'd been due March 18.
TLC says the child is in stable condition at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.
The network airs the show starring Duggar, her 44-year-old husband and their brood. It says the Duggars named their 19th child and ninth daughter Josie Brooklyn. The Duggars' first grandchild was born Oct. 8.
Anna Nicole's doctors, lawyer plead not guilty
LOS ANGELES -- Anna Nicole Smith's two doctors and her lawyer-boyfriend pleaded not guilty Friday to drug conspiracy charges, and a judge rejected a belated move by the state attorney general and a medical board to suspend the physicians' medical licenses.
Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, Dr. Khristine Eroshevich and Howard K. Stern are accused of conspiring to illegally provide the former Playboy model with sedatives and opiates before she died. They are not charged with causing her death.
Superior Court Judge David Wesley rejected the effort to lift the medical licenses of Kapoor and Eroshevich, saying a yearslong delay in seeking that action undermined the claim of an imminent danger to the public if the doctors continued to practice.
Dapper TV hero Gene Barry dies at 90
LOSANGELES -- Always dapper, Gene Barry overcame his reluctance to take the starring role in the TV series ''Bat Masterson'' when he found out the Western lawman had worn a derby and carried a gold-handled cane in real life.
Barry, who also played other well-dressed men of action in the television series ''Burke's Law'' and ''The Name of the Game,'' died of undetermined causes Wednesday, his son Frederic James Barry said. He died at age 90 at a rest home in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Woodland Hills, the son said Thursday.