- Al BawabaJul 23 12:14 AM
Legendary US radio DJ Casey Kasem died last June, leaving a long-reaching legacy in American modern music. He not only entertained radio listeners as the host of popular music countdown shows, but was also an effervescent voice-over actor. (He was Shaggy in the "Scooby-Doo" cartoon series!)
- My News LAJul 15 06:12 AM
Broadcasting legend Casey Kasem’s children and their fight to see their ailing father before he died inspired a bill signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Jerry Brown. The legislation, developed by Assemblyman Mike Gatto, D-Glendale, provides access for adult children who wish to visit a sick parent and offers legal recourse for children who are denied […]
- Los Angeles TimesJul 14 03:14 PM
Adult children barred from visiting an ailing parent will now have a way to seek legal recourse under a bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday.
- CBS 2 Los AngelesJul 14 07:13 PM
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation granting visiting rights to adult children of ailing parents, sparked by a family dispute over who could visit radio broadcasting legend Casey Kasem.
- MLive.comJul 30 03:38 AM
Read more in the current issue of Michigan History magazine.MLive.com The Historical Society of Michigan, nonprofit publisher of Michigan History magazine, is partnering with MLive to share excerpts of the magazine's content six times a year, coinciding with when the...
- The Sierra Vista HeraldJul 12 10:14 PM
This past weekend, while listening to a replay of July 1983 “American Top 40”, by Casey Kasem, on Mix FM (94.9), I heard a Long Distance Dedication from a listener to her cat of many years; it recently passed away. Her cat had been there for her in rough times. She just wanted to say thank-you. The 1971 hit by Diana Ross and the Supremes was dedicated to her friend, waiting for her in heaven ...
- The Wall Street JournalJul 08 04:25 PM
Despite glitches and a confusing interface, Apple Music stands to make as big an impact as the iPod, writes Joanna Stern.