New this week: 'Turning Red,' Ryan Reynolds and Mooski album
This week’s new entertainment releases include albums from Canadian rocker Bryan Adams and a Stephen Sondheim tribute from Betty Buckley, Ryan Reynolds starring as a time-traveling pilot in Netflix’s “The Adam Project” and a small-town murder case gets some big-star wattage in NBC’s “The Thing About Pam” with Renée Zellweger.
Playing favorites? Hospital boards, donors get COVID shots
In Rhode Island, Attorney General Peter Neronha opened an inquiry after reports that two hospital systems offered their board members vaccinations. In Rhode Island, Attorney General Peter Neronha opened an inquiry after reports that two hospital systems offered their board members vaccinations. And in Kansas, members of a hospital board received vaccinations during the first phase of the state’s rollout, which was intended for people at greater risk for infection. Hospital donors should be banned, she said. Spokesman Matt Lara said workers got shots first, and board members received them because they govern the hospital and its daily operations.
Haunted house requires 40-page waiver to enter, but will hand you $20K to finish
McKamey Manor in Summertown (Tenn.) is so scary, no one has yet to complete the experience, WFLA reports. But if you do finish, the attraction's owner, Russ McKamey will gladly give you the $20,000 reward. If you pass the requirements to enter the haunted house, Russ will then tailor your experience based upon your fears. Some who have attempted the McKamey Manor tour have sued Russ believing things happened to them in the haunted house that didn't really occur. 'McKamey also requires guests to watch a two-hour film that shows every person who has ever entered the haunted house.
Baby dolphin found with shark bites receiving care in Galveston
EMBED >More News Videos Wildlife officials formed a human chain to help free four dolphins trapped in a canal in St. Petersburg, Florida. GALVESTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A baby dolphin who was found injured and stranded in Port O'Connor is now getting some tender loving care in Galveston.The bottlenose dolphin is about six months old.The Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network says a fisherman named Russell Gregg discovered the young dolphin Sunday morning in the shallow bays of Port O'Connor.Gregg called the TMMSN stranding hotline (1-800-9MAMMAL) who got help from Captain Will Granberry of Bay Fishing Port O'Connor Charters in loading the dolphin onto a boat.From there, the young dolphin, named Russ, was transported across the bay and eventually driven to TMMSN's rehab center in Galveston.The dolphin is named after the fisherman who found him and provided him first aid care for hours until the stranding network could help him.Russ has started swimming on his own and receives a special dolphin formula via bottle and tube every few hours.TMMSN said Russ is underweight because he's been separated from his mother and has been unable to eat for some time.He also has wounds all over his body, including shark bites.TMMSN says it is monitoring Russ 24 hours a day.If you find a stranded dolphin, the non-profit warns that you should not push it back into the water. The mammals typically end up stranded because they are injured or sick and need care.abc13.com
Q&A: UH head coach Kelvin Sampson on NCAA Basketball Academy, Westbrook with Rockets and more
KPRC2HOUSTON - The University of Houston is hosting the NCAA Basketball Academy July 22-28. Plenty of high-level Division I head coaches could be found at the Fertitta Center, including hosting coach Kelvin Sampson. Talked to Kelvin Sampson - who coached against Russell Westbrook & James Harden - on the fit for them. High, high character kid. At the end of the games, it was James, Russell, Kevin (Durant), Nick Collison and (Serge) Ibaka.