Jackson doctor could face foreclosure
LAS VEGAS - A title company official says Michael Jackson's personal physician could face foreclosure on the luxury Las Vegas home that authorities searched in a manslaughter investigation into the singer's death.
Stewart Title foreclosure official Mary Hunt said Wednesday that Dr. Conrad Murray has racked up a debt of more than $100,000 plus penalties since his last $15,000 payment in January.
Coroner delays release of Jackson autopsy results
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles County coroner's office says release of Michael Jackson's autopsy results will be delayed.
Coroner's officials had said they were going to release the results this week but Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter said Wednesday the announcement will probably not come until next week.
Winter did not discuss reasons for the delay.
Wilson to start own label
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Gretchen Wilson plans to start her own record label, and she'd like to call it, naturally, Redneck Records.
Wilson, who became a country sensation with her 2004 down-home anthem 'Redneck Woman,' said Wednesday that if things go well she'll release a new single in September and a new album in November.
'I feel like I've learned so much in the last four or five years,' she said by phone from Deming, Wash.
Wilson's longtime label group, Sony Music Nashville, announced Tuesday that she and the company parted ways after three albums. Sony described the split as mutual.
Wilson, 36, said she's grateful for her time at Sony, but after the company merged with BMG in 2004, the team of people who'd worked with her began turning over.
'Today, maybe three of those original people I was working with are there,' Wilson said. 'It started feeling like it wasn't my family anymore. I didn't feel as comfortable as I wanted to.'