Sunday, August 28, 2016
Entertainment
Winged Beyonce and her golden Blue Ivy take the VMA carpet

Accompanied by daughter Blue Ivy sporting a big tulle train, Beyonce was angel-winged and green-feathered Sunday night on the white carpet of the MTV Video Music Awards, one of the wildest celebrity fashion parades of the year.

Sparkling from head to toe in the shade of mint, huge green jewels hanging from her ears, the queen wore her hair back and braided. Her hive of fans was pleased, breathless on Twitter, as her 4-year-old princess walked in gold and showed off a dainty jeweled head band worn at the front with two long braids.

The Latest: Trump says he'll speak Wednesday on immigration

The Latest on the 2016 presidential campaign (all times EDT):

7:50 p.m.

2 Chicago men charged in shooting of NBA star Wade's cousin

Two brothers who were on parole for prior criminal activity have been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of the cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade, Chicago police announced Sunday.

Darwin Sorrells Jr., 26, and Derren Sorrells, 22, also were charged with attempted murder in Friday's shooting. They appeared in court Sunday and were ordered held without bail.

Larson takes advantage of late restart for first Cup victory

During the last couple laps of his first Sprint Cup victory, Kyle Larson was emotional.

"I think with two to go, I was starting to get choked up," he said. "We worked really, really hard to get a win, and just haven't done it. Finally all the hard work by everybody, hundreds of people at our race shop, people who have got me through to the Cup Series, it was all paying off."

Juan Gabriel, Mexican superstar singer-songwriter, has died

Juan Gabriel, a superstar Mexican songwriter and singer who was an icon in the Latin music world, died Sunday at his home in California at age 66, his publicist said.

Juan Gabriel was Mexico's leading singer-songwriter and top-selling artist. His ballads about love and heartbreak and bouncy mariachi tunes became hymns throughout Latin America and Spain and with Spanish speakers in the United States.

Burning Man gets mixed reaction in nearby small Nevada town

The start of Burning Man this week means a mix of excitement and bitterness to the tiny town of Gerlach.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2ckd1V1) that the 120 residents are divided over the value of the counterculture festival, which started Sunday.

Michigan art museum bringing art, films, music outdoors

The University of Michigan Museum of Art is planning a week of outdoor film screenings, performances and other events in an effort to expand arts and culture beyond its galleries.

"Nights at the Museum" is the Ann Arbor cultural institution's first outdoor media art initiative, which will be illuminated on its State Street facade. The public programming begins Friday as the university welcomes new students and runs nightly from 8:30 p.m. until dawn.

Longtime Associated Press TV columnist Jerry Buck dies at 85

William G. (Jerry) Buck, a columnist who chronicled the television industry for The Associated Press in New York and Los Angeles, died Friday at age 85.

During his career he wrote about the rise of cable television, the videocassette and the growth of political TV coverage, among many other topics. His son Scott Buck says his heart stopped Friday after a long decline in health.

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