Hollywood Hookup

The Care Bears are back!

HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – The Care Bears are returning to the small screen this weekend. The Hub network will air a new series at 7:00pm. It’s all to celebrate the Care Bears 30th anniversary.

Amy Winehouse's London home up for sale

Ten months following Amy Winehouse's death, the late singer's family has decided to sell the London home in which she lived.

Folk musician Doc Watson passed away at 89

HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – Grammy award winning Folk musician Doc Watson has died at 89-years-old. Watson passed away Tuesday in a North Carolina hospital.

Phillip Phillips to undergo surgery again

HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – The latest "American Idol" winner, Philip Phillips, is going under the knife again.

Jenna Jameson gets DUI

HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – Jenna Jameson had a run in with the law. Authorities in Westminster California say on Friday the X-rated actress crashed into a light pole.

Photog makes battery allegations against Bieber

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS (CNN) -- Detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department are investigating claims against pop star Justin Bieber by a paparazzo who says the 18-year-old got into a scuffle with him Sunday.

Actress Keira Knightley engaged to British rocker

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS (CNN) -- Actress Keira Knightley is engaged to James Righton, the keyboardist and singer with British rock band Klaxons, her publicist said Monday.

Snooki is having a boy!

HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – The "Jersey Shore" star Snooki is having a boy. She is reportedly due in September and she plans on naming him either Lorenzo or Jionni Junior, after his daddy.

Egypt, Pakistan, China, England, United States

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Egypt, nearly a year and a half after the removal of Dictator Hosni Mubarak. Millions of Egyptian men and women are standing in lines anxious to cast their vote in the country's historic presidential race.

'House' adviser: Why we didn't dumb down the medicine

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS (CNN) -- I'm proud of the medical work we did on "House." Each week (for a total of 177), we showed millions of people a different, insidious way the human body can malfunction and how physicians might figure ou