A new song by Tejano star Selena has been released two decades after she was killed by her fan club president.
Selena's father, Abraham Quintanilla, says he found a recording of the song, "Oh No (I'll Never Fall in Love Again)," a few weeks ago.
Selena sang a verse a cappella during a radio interview, which was later posted on YouTube. Quintanilla says fans have been asking for a recording of the song to be released.
The tune was being arranged before Selena Quintanilla-Perez was fatally shot in Corpus Christi, Texas, in March 1995. Her fan club president was convicted in the killing and sentenced to life in prison. Quintanilla released the song on his production company's online station Selena Q Radio.
Kate Snow continues MSNBC shift
MSNBC on Thursday appointed Kate Snow to anchor an afternoon news broadcast, nearly completing a daytime refocus of the struggling network back to news that will be fully on display next week when Brian Williams returns to the air for coverage of Pope Francis' visit to the United States. Since Andy Lack returned this spring to take over the NBC News operation, he's spent much of his time plotting a reconfiguration of MSNBC into something similar to what was envisioned at its start two decades ago — a fully integrated arm of NBC News. "This is a page turn for MSNBC and all of NBC News," Lack said on Thursday. Snow, a veteran of both ABC News and CNN, will anchor each weekday from 3 to 5 p.m., followed by a one-hour political show hosted by "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd.
Delay: A judge delayed a hearing Thursday for Marion "Suge" Knight in which prosecutors planned to detail some of their evidence in a robbery case against the former rap music mogul. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ronald Coen granted a defense request for a continuance, pushing the hearing back to Oct. 13. Knight also is charged with murder in a separate case, and the judge postponed a pretrial hearing in that case, too.
jury duty: Kid Rock has been called for jury duty. The Detroit Free Press said the musician was among 160 potential jurors Thursday for a murder trial at Oakland County Circuit Court in Pontiac. Kid Rock, who was born Robert Ritchie and lives in suburban Detroit, read a paperback to pass the time as he waited with other potential jurors.
offer: A new buyer has offered $2 million for the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., home owned by former teen idol David Cassidy, surpassing the $1.8 million bid made at a recent auction. Cassidy, 65, filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case earlier this year. He bought the 7,000-square-foot waterfront home in 2001 for $1.1 million. A judge will be asked to approve the new offer.