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The grandson of the founder of an Ohio hot dog diner made famous on TV's "M-A-S-H" has pleaded not guilty to charges of stealing from the family business.
Simon Cowell is making a return to British TV screens, announcing that he is returning as a full-time judge on the upcoming ITV1 show "Britain's Got Talent" in the spring, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The sale of an Ohio hot dog diner made famous on TV's "M-A-S-H" has fallen through, with the potential buyer saying he will not complete the $5.5 million deal because of bank-required changes.
CNN celebrity interviewer Piers Morgan refused to disclose details Tuesday about his most damning link to Britain's phone hacking scandal - his acknowledgment that he once listened to a phone message left by Paul McCartney for his wife at the time, Heather Mills.
A hot dog eatery made famous on the TV series "M-A-S-H" is getting a new owner, but the role of its founding family is still unsettled.
An Ohio hot dog eatery made famous on the TV series "M.A.S.H" is getting a new owner.
The grandson of the founder of a hot dog diner in Ohio made famous on TV's "M.A.S.H." was charged Wednesday with stealing more than $100,000 from the family business.
A family feud is simmering over an Ohio restaurant whose hot dogs were made famous by the 1970s television series "M.A.S.H."