Chris Brown's service includes manual work
RICHMOND, Va. - Police in Virginia say singer Chris Brown will remove graffiti, pick up trash and wash cars as part of his sentence for beating ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
The 20-year-old Brown was sentenced in California last month to five years' probation, six months of community labor and a year of domestic violence counseling for the February attack. He is performing the labor in Richmond near his home.
In a letter to the judge, Richmond Police Chief Bryan Norwood outlined some of Brown's tasks. They include graffiti removal, trash pickup, washing cars, cleaning and maintaining grounds.
Norwood said Brown will be supervised during his service, but Brown would have to pay for any additional security if the public becomes aware of his presence.
John Glenn will dot the 'i' for Ohio State
TOLEDO, Ohio - The first American to orbit the Earth is joining another select group.
Former Navy fighter pilot and Ohio native John Glenn and his wife, Annie, will dot the 'i' Saturday when Ohio State hosts Navy.
The Glenns will get the honor at halftime during the Ohio State alumni band's script Ohio formation.
Only a handful of non-band members have dotted the 'i,' including comedian Bob Hope and legendary Buckeyes coach Woody Hayes.
Glenn said there's no question he'll be cheering for Ohio State on Saturday even though he was in the Naval Air Corps and then the Marines. Ohio State's public affairs school is named for Glenn and the retired U.S. senator delivered a commencement speech at the school this past spring.
Fox Business to simulcast Imus
NEW YORK - Don Imus is moving to Fox Business Network.
The young cable network, which has been struggling to find viewers, has agreed to simulcast Imus' radio show on weekdays from 6 to 9 a.m. It will start Oct. 5.
RFD-TV, a Nashville-based cable and satellite network, recently stopped showing Imus after two years.