Obama to help 'Most Wanted' mark milestone
President Barack Obama is going to help TV's "America's Most Wanted" mark the milestone broadcast of its 1,000th episode, The Associated Press reports. Obama will be interviewed by the show's host, John Walsh, on the episode airing 9 p.m. Saturday on Fox. The president will discuss the show's impact in its 22 years as well as his administration's anti-crime initiatives, including those involving white-collar crime, Fox said Wednesday. Walsh, whose 6-year-old son Adam was abducted and killed in 1981, has been host of "America's Most Wanted" since its start. According to Fox, the show has helped capture more than 1,100 fugitives and reunited 43 missing children with their families.
Keyshia Cole, fiance Daniel Gibson have son
R&B singer Keyshia Cole and Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Daniel Gibson have announced the birth of their son, The Associated Press reports. Cole's publicist, Tresa Sanders, says in a statement to The Associated Press that Daniel Hiram Gibson Jr. was born Tuesday evening. He weighs 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Sanders says "mother and baby are doing great" and Cole would especially like to thank her fans. The couple is engaged to be married.
Rydell on probation after drunken driving charge
Bobby Rydell, the 1960s teen pop idol, has resolved a Pennsylvania drunken-driving charge by entering a program for nonviolent first-time offenders, The Associated Press reports. Under the terms of the program, the 67-year-old Rydell will be on probation for a year and lose his license for two months. In a year, Rydell can apply to have the drunken-driving charge expunged. Police say Rydell's 1969 Bentley jumped a curb and struck a wall in the Philadelphia suburb of Narberth in August. No injuries were reported. Prosecutors say Rydell's blood-alcohol level was twice the legal limit at the time of the crash.