Bozo creator dies at 91
LOS ANGELES - Alan W. Livingston, the music executive who created Bozo the Clown and signed the Beatles during his tenure as president of Capitol Records, has died. He was 91.
Livingston died Friday of age-related causes in his Beverly Hills home, said his stepdaughter, Jennifer Lerner.
Livingston began his multifaceted career in show business as a writer and producer of children's read-along record albums for Capitol Records. He came up with the Bozo the Clown character for the 1946 album 'Bozo at the Circus,' which became a hit and spawned a cottage industry of merchandise and the television series featuring the wing-haired clown.
Court issues warrant for Lindsay Lohan
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - An arrest warrant was issued for actress Lindsay Lohan, possibly in connection with a 2007 drunken driving arrest after she crashed her Mercedes-Benz into a tree, police said Saturday.
A judge at Los Angeles Superior Court in Beverly Hills issued the warrant on Friday and it carries a bail amount of $50,000, Sgt. Mike Foxen said.
'We believe it has to do with her arrest for DUI,' Foxen said. He said he did not have any other details about the warrant.
Shawn Chapman Holley, Lohan's attorney, said in a statement Saturday that her client has complied with the terms of probation and all court orders.
Singer accused of assaulting ex
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Gospel singer BeBe Winans has been charged with misdemeanor domestic assault after a dispute with his ex-wife in Nashville.
An arrest warrant filed Wednesday said 46-year-old Benjamin 'BeBe' Winans got into an argument with his ex-wife about their children at her home on Feb 13.
The warrant said Debra Winans told authorities Benjamin Winans pushed her to the ground.
He was released from the Davidson County jail Thursday after posting $1,000 bond.