Bobbi Kristina remains in coma, father issues statement
After being found unresponsive in a bathtub Saturday, Bobbi Kristina Brown (daughter of singers Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston) remained in a medically induced coma Monday. TMZ reported that Brown's brain tests indicated minimal response, enough to delay the life support discussion. TMZ also reported that it was told the family is discussing funeral arrangements. Brown, 21, was found by her husband and a friend in her Georgia home. Roswell Police Department confirmed to Us Weekly that there were no drugs out in the open when police searched the house, and nothing to suggest that anything "out of the ordinary" happened. "Privacy is requested in this matter," Bobby Brown said in a statement published by Us Weekly. "Please allow for my family to deal with this matter and give my daughter the love and support she needs at this time." Feb. 11 marks the three year anniversary that Houston was found dead in a bathtub in a Beverly Hills hotel. Read more about Bobbi Kristina on Page 3C.
"Power Rangers" actor arrested for murder
Ricardo Medina, Jr. — best known for his role as the red Power Ranger in the television series "Power Rangers Wild Force" — was arrested Saturday for the murder of his rommate Joshua Sutter. A statement released by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department states the two got into an argument and Medina went to his room with his girlfriend. Sutter forced his way in, and Medina stabbed him in the stomach with a sword he had in his room. Medina called 911 and Sutter was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The incident is under investigation. Meanwhile, Medina, 36, is in jail with bond set at $1 million.
Val Kilmer is tumor-free
Actor Val Kilmer took to Facebook over the weekend to clear up any confusion about his hospitalization. In a series of posts, he explains that he doesn't have a tumor and has not had any operations, and tells fans "please don't worry." In a separate, lengthy post he scolds USA Today for exaggerating his illness and adds that he has "been quiet about my health because it's my business."
Detroit's Pages finds home
Detroit's Grandmont-Rosedale Park neighborhood is about to get a permanent new bookstore. Susan Murphy's Pages, formerly on Livernois and currently sharing space with Always Brewing Detroit coffeehouse on Grand River, will reopen after 18 months of uncertainty in a building owned by the Grandmont Rosedale Development Corp. at 19564 Grand River.
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