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Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter Dead -- Boxer Dies at Age 76
Boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter -- whose wrongful murder conviction in the '60s became an international symbol for racial injustice -- has died. Carter died in his sleep Sunday at his home in Toronto where he had been getting treatments for prostate…

Too Short -- I'm Not a Hitler Hater
Too Short doesn't hate Hitler ... because things worked out and Jews are still alive and well.We got Short Saturday at The Forum in L.A. and asked the weed enthusiast if the joy of 4/20 was dampened by the fact it's also Hitler's birthday.Short…

Bryan Singer -- 'He Had Every Chance to Rape Me and Didn't' ... Says Gay Disney Star
A former Disney actor is calling BS on allegations Bryan Singer once sexually assaulted an underage actor ... telling us the "X-Men" director could have raped him plenty of times -- but never laid a hand on him.Matthew Smith -- a gay actor who…



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'Game Of Thrones': 7 Predictions For The Purple Wedding Aftermath

After Joffrey's demise, what can we expect from the HBO fantasy series?
By Josh Wigler

Look Again: Our 13 Favorite Movie Easter Eggs

Can you spot them?
By Kevin Sullivan and Kase Wickman

FOX Previews New 'X-Men' And 'Apes' Footage, First Look At 'Secret Service'

Packed WonderCon panel brings out stars and exclusive sneak peeks.
By Amber Lena

'Godzilla' Finally Shows His Face at WonderCon

Footage shown at WonderCon reveals what iconic monster looks like in new film.
By Amber Lena

'The Maze Runner': New Footage Gets Fans Hearts Racing At WonderCon

Fox panel debuts new look at the maze, featured stars Dylan O'Brien and Will Poulter.
By Amber Lena

The Best Outkast Album You've Never Heard

10 tracks plenty of tracks you probably haven't heard from Big Boi and Andre 3000.
By Phillip Mlynar

This Is What One Direction Would Look Like As A Punk Band

After their leather and studs one-off dress up for Record Store Day, MTV News tries other looks for 1D.
By Gil Kaufman, with artwork by Janelle Myers

Happy Anniversary, Illmatic: 20 Surprising Facts About Nas' Debut

We look back on Nas' legendary debut.
By Rob Markman and Adam Fleischer

Gwen Stefani May Replace Christina Aguilera On 'The Voice'

No Doubt singer will reportedly take Xtina's place for season eight.
By MTV News Staff

Watch Out Kendrick, Jay Electronica Says His 'Control' Verse Was Better

'He didn't really say anything,' Jay says of Kendrick's verse on Friday (April 18).
By Maurice Bobb

Miley Cyrus Pushes Back All U.S. Bangerz Stops To August

11 stops have been rescheduled as the singer remains in the hospital.
By Emily Blake

Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj And Tyga Go Crazy In 'Senile': Watch It Now

The new video for the latest Young Money single is here.
By Adam Fleischer

Eminem Has Something Big Planned In Texas: We've Got A Few Guesses

Slim Shady teased some intriguing news for Texas on Instagram.
By Adam Fleischer

Coachella Attendee Dies After Collapsing At Festival

24-year-old Kimchi Truong died on Thursday, five days after collapsing at the festival.
By Emily Blake

12 Times One Direction Made Our Knees Weak In Their 'You & I' Video

From scruffy beards to new haircuts to cozy sweaters, 1D make our hearts soar.
By Christina Garibaldi

Cam'ron Announces 'The First Of The Month' Series

Killa has plenty of new projects in the works.
By Adam Fleischer

Can Johnny Depp Find 'Transcendence' At The Box Office This Weekend?

Depp's latest will battle it out with reigning champs 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' and 'Rio 2.'
By Ryan J. Downey

Patrick Stewart Teases The Fate Of Professor X In New 'X-Men' Movie

Could the leader of the mutant team really die again?
By Kevin P. Sullivan

Justin Bieber Gets Revenge On Drake Bell By Crashing His Album Party

Bieber sends fans into a frenzy at Bell's release party.
By Christina Garibaldi

'Transcendence': The Reviews Are In

The Johnny Depp sci-fi thriller is having a hard time with the critics.
By MTV News Staff

Wiregrass News
Owner of car used in Trooper shooting found dead
Dothan rec sports still hanging on despite competition
First it’s the ping of the aluminum bat striking the ball.
Editorial: Sell the languishing armory property
Dothan Commissioner Taylor Barbaree hopes to get his colleagues motivated about dealing with a piece of property the city owns at one of Dothan’s most high-profile intersections, now being woefully un
Editorial: McDowell Lee, iconic Alabamian
Alabama lost an iconic figure last week with the death of McDowell Lee, whose faultless guidance kept the often pandemonius Alabama Senate within the established rules of parliamentary procedure for a
Letter: Terrorism charges: KKK leader but not Muslim shooter?
Under the current Obama regime, a Muslim can yell “Allahu Akbar” while killing soldiers and civilians and be charged with workplace violence only. A white American yelling, “Heil Hitler” can shoot and
Letter: Worried about wife, who was only sleeping
I want to give a big praise to the Dothan Police Department. I tried calling my wife at 3 a.m., which is the time she gets up to get ready for work. I tried until 4 a.m.; when I could not get a hold o
Letter: 'All of our leaders say they believe in God and do nothing'
There were some articles this past month questioning /discussing separation of church and state in relation to education. The following could be the answer.
Letter: Common Core doesn't make sense, unless ...
In the April 8 article entitled "State Continues to Implement Common Core Curriculum", Cindy Freeman, CCRS Roll Out Coordinator for the Alabama Department of Education, said the state has not done as
Two men charged with attempted murder in trooper shooting
Law enforcement responding to incident in Geneva County
Numerous law enforcement officers have responded to an incident in Geneva County.
Dothan man dies after vehicle crash on 431
Dale Sheriff wins national award
Dispatchers vital bridge to public safety
It would seem hard to get used to the rattle of keyboards, the din of multiple voices and the sound of police sirens in the background every day. Although Dothan Police Lt. Rachel David has only occup
Bail reduction denied for spice trafficking suspect
A Houston County judge denied a bail reduction for a 20-year-old man charged with trafficking synthetic marijuana, also known as spice.
Abbeville teen charged with threat to kill police
An Abbeville teenager faces a felony charge alleging he threatened to kill two law enforcement officers on Thursday.
Wedding affirms benefit of relationship classes
Rickie Johnson and Felicia Covington’s wedding wasn’t just their big day, it was also an important milestone for the Alfred Saliba Family Services Center.
Heavy rain leads to sewer overflows in Rock Creek area
Steady rain throughout Friday has led to sanitary sewer overflows at manholes located at 1128 Cornell Drive and in the 700 block of North Englewood Drive.
Covington County Sheriff's deputy killed in crash
A two-vehicle crash Friday morning claimed the life a Covington County Sheriff’s deputy.
Prosecutors call teenage burglary suspect flight risk
A Houston County judge denied a bail reduction for a Wicksburg teenager on Friday after prosecutors called him a flight risk.
Vivian B. Adams School closing at noon Friday
Officials at Vivian B. Adams School have decided to close the school at noon on Friday due to power issues.
Enterprise man shot in drug-related shooting
A man suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the abdomen Thursday night during a drug-related shooting in Enterprise.
Dothan police make five felony arrests and one for DUI
The Dothan Police Department arrested the following people and charged them with a felony crime. None of them have been convicted. Information was provided by the Dothan Police Department.
Man found guilty of abduction of three children
A Houston County judge ordered a man to serve three consecutive life prison sentences Thursday after a jury found him guilty of abducting three children and their mother for over six hours.
HCRU honors Ingrams
The Houston County Rescue Unit dedicated its headquarters Thursday to its founders, John C. and Frankie Ingram.
Police: sex assault occurred at youth treatment facility
Dothan police investigators told a Houston County judge that a 17-year-old boy punched another boy in the nose during an alleged sexual assault at the Laurel Oaks Behavioral Health Center.
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