• Lleyton Hewitt to be honored at 2016 Australian Open

    MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Former world No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt has a wild card into January’s Australian Open to mark a record 20th-straight appearance in his national tennis Grand Slam, which is also likely to be his last.

  • Correction: People-Randy Quaid story

    HIGHGATE, Vt. (AP) — In a story Oct. 10 about the arrest of actor Randy Quaid and his wife, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by the Vermont State Police, reported erroneously the border crossing where they were detained. They were detained at the West Berkshire crossing, not the Highgate Springs crossing.

  • Attorney Gloria Allred makes a statement regarding Friday's deposition of comedian Bill Cosby during a news conference at the Omni Parker House Hotel in Boston, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

    Lawyer: Cosby deposition lasted hours, 2nd will be sought

    BOSTON (AP) — The lawyer for a woman who’s accused Bill Cosby of sexually abusing her at the Playboy Mansion when she was 15 says she’ll seek a second deposition of the comedian.

  • In this Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015,  photo, curator and actor-comedian Steve Martin poses for a portrait in a gallery for the exhibit "The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris" at The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. The man who brought bluegrass music to mainstream audiences and introduced the banjo and balloon animals to comedy routines has a new passion: He wants to imbue in U.S. audiences the same deep admiration he has for the works of Lawren Harris, arguably Canada's most revered artist and one almost completely unknown in the U.S. The show, which travels to Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts and Canada’s Art Gallery of Ontario next year, opens Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015. (Photo by Casey Curry/Invision/AP)

    Steve Martin gets serious as curator of artist Lawren Harris

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Comedian, actor, writer, musician, and now we can add art curator to that long list of titles placed alongside Steve Martin’s name.

  • Services Monday for Chef Paul Prudhomme

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Visitation and funeral arrangements for famed chef Paul Prudhomme have been scheduled.

  • NBA legend leads impromptu auction, raises $95k for college

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Former NBA star Earvin “Magic” Johnson recently orchestrated an impromptu auction at Cuyahoga Community College’s annual Presidential Scholarship Luncheon that raised nearly $100,000.

  • Queen Latifah, Smokey Robinson to help Obamas celebrate arts

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Queen Latifah, Smokey Robinson and Trombone Shorty are among the performing artists who will help celebrate the arts at the White House on Wednesday.

  • In this Jan. 1974, file photo, UCLA's Dave Meyers looks for the ball after losing it against Notre Dame's Adrian Dantley during an NCAA college basketball game in South Bend, Ind. Meyers, the star forward who led UCLA to the 1975 NCAA basketball championship as the team's lone senior in coach John Wooden's final season and later played for the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks, died Friday, Oct. 9, 2015. He was 62. (AP Photo/File)

    Former UCLA, NBA player Dave Meyers dies at 62

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dave Meyers, the star forward who led UCLA to the 1975 NCAA basketball championship as the lone senior in coach John Wooden’s final season and later played for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, died Friday. He was 62.

  • In this Oct. 14, 2008 file photo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs smiles during a product announcement at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.  Jobs became renowned for conjuring a “reality distortion field” that made people believe whatever he wanted. If he were still around, it’s easy to imagine that Jobs would be summoning all his powers of persuasion to protect a legacy that’s getting muddied with each cinematic take on his fascinating life. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)

    Steve Jobs plays dual role of hero, villain in the movies

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple co-founder Steve Jobs became renowned for conjuring a “reality distortion field” that made people believe whatever he wanted.

  • Thabo Sefolosha receives congratulations outside the criminal courts in New York, Friday, Oct. 9, 2015. The Atlanta Hawks' player was acquitted Friday in a case stemming from a police fracas outside a trendy New York City nightclub. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

    NYC jury acquits Atlanta Hawks’ Sefolosha in police fracas

    NEW YORK (AP) — Atlanta Hawks player Thabo Sefolosha was acquitted Friday of charges stemming from a struggle with police outside a trendy New York City nightclub that left him with a broken leg and ended his NBA season.