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  • Discrimination complaint filed against college

    A vice president at the College of Southern Idaho put on paid leave until her contract expires has filed documents indicating her intention to bring a discrimination lawsuit against the school.


  • In this photo taken on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, Putnam Museum President Kim Findlay poses in a crime scene at the "CSI: The Experience" exhibit at the Putnam Museum in Davenport, Iowa. (AP Photo/The Quad City Times, Jeff Cook) MAGS OUT, TV OUT, NO SALES.

    CSI exhibit lets Davenport visitors solve crimes

    The tourism advertising slogan says that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.


  • Steven Tyler and Carrie Underwood perform this past April at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas. The singers will team up again the night before the Super Bowl for a "CMT Crossroads" special. (Associated Press)

    Tuning in to TV

    The NBC comedy "30 Rock" often finds laughs in real-life events in the show business world it inhabits.


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Ted Danson

    Danson finds 'perfect situation' on 'CSI'

    It was just three weeks ago that Ted Danson was announced as the new star of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," and now he's in production - and a bit dazed by the suddenness.


  • Suddenly, Ted Danson is hard at work on 'CSI'

    It was just three weeks ago that Ted Danson was announced as the new star of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," and now he's in production _ and a bit dazed by the suddenness.


  • Ted Danson

    Tuning In to TV

    It's a long way from running a bar on "Cheers," but Ted Danson this fall will join the cast of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS announced late Tuesday.


  • Ted Danson joins 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'

    It's a long way from running a bar on the sitcom "Cheers," but this fall Ted Danson will join the cast of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS announced late Tuesday.


  • Laurence Fishburne is leaving his role as Dr. Raymond Langston on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." (Associated Press)

    Tuning in to TV

    The story about U.S. Rep. Anthony D. Weiner's use of Twitter to send a lewd photo to a woman has been awkward for comic Jon Stewart, a friend of the congressman's. On Tuesday, it proved painful as well.


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