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  • NBC comedy trailers: 'Michael J. Fox,' 'Welcome to the Family,' 'Sean'

    NBC comedy trailers: 'Michael J. Fox,' 'Welcome to the Family,' 'Sean'
    NBC is relying on the star power of veteran sitcom performers with its 2013-14 lineup, announced Sunday in New York City. With "30 Rock" and "The Office" no longer on the schedule, the ailing network has added two new comedies, one starring Sean Hayes...
  • 2013 TV Upfronts: No shortage of NBC plugs in Michael J. Fox show

    2013 TV Upfronts: No shortage of NBC plugs in Michael J. Fox show
    NEW YORK -- Looks like there will be no shortage of plugs for NBC in the network's new sitcom starring Michael J. Fox. A preview clip that the network showed to advertisers during its upfront presentation Monday at Radio City Music Hall looked like...
  • 2013 TV upfronts: NBC revamps with family Thursday, Spader Monday

    2013 TV upfronts: NBC revamps with family Thursday, Spader Monday
    NEW YORK -- In a time long removed from Michael Scott and must-see TV, NBC is hoping Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes can help fill its Thursday night comedy void. The network on Monday unveiled its programming for the year ahead during its annual upfront...
  • 2013 TV Upfronts: NBC betting big on 'The Michael J. Fox Show'

    2013 TV Upfronts: NBC betting big on 'The Michael J. Fox Show'
    At NBC's Upfront presentation Monday at Radio City Hall in New York City, the beleaguered peacock network was betting big on Michael J. Fox.   In a sign of its importance to the network, "The Michael J. Fox Show" was the first new series to be showcased...
  • TV broadcasters are in suspense over their upfront ad haul

    TV broadcasters are in suspense over their upfront ad haul
    Can the return of Michael J. Fox, agent Jack Bauer and "Ironside" help vanquish the flesh-eating zombies that are threatening to take a bite out of television broadcasters' fortunes? ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC are unveiling their fall lineups this week...
  • Beverly Jeanne Badham Anderson

    Beverly Jeanne Badham Anderson
    Beverly Jeanne Badham Anderson, a radiant all-round Southern California bombshell, successful musical theater light opera singer and actress, and exceptional wife and mother of five children died April 28, at home. She was 81.     Anderson was born June...
  • Networks send SOS to Michael J. Fox, Robin Williams and other stars

    Networks send SOS to Michael J. Fox, Robin Williams and other stars
      If viewers are losing interest in broadcast TV, what can lure them back? Executives hope they have an answer: stars. Lifting the curtain on their 2013-14 schedules at the "upfronts" in New York this week, the networks behaved like smartphone-...
  • Steinberg: Athletes Speak might help find solution to concussion problem

    A new health epidemic looms on the horizon like a ticking time bomb. It is the spectre of cumulative brain damage suffered from repetitive sub-concussive hits to the head in football and other sports. A concussion does not necessitate being knocked...
  • Injured warrior breaks down barriers

    Injured warrior breaks down barriers
    Still feeling the effects of the nerve damage suffered when her arm broke in half while she was serving in Afghanistan, Marine Sgt. Lorie Yrigoyen stood on the podium on the first day of the Warrior Games, gold medal in hand. The following Thursday,...
  • Mom's Fight For Treatment And Diagnosis Changes Daughter's Life

    Sometimes parents hear an assessment or a diagnosis about their child that just doesn't feel right. But it can be easy to listen to a voice of authority, such as a principal or pediatrician, and doubt ourselves. But after countless visits to doctors,...
  • Pesticides again tied to Parkinson's disease

    Pesticides again tied to Parkinson's disease
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Exposure to pesticides and other chemicals is linked to an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to a fresh look at some past research. Dr. James Bower, a neurologist from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester,...