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Notice of the day The Peninsula Airport Commission is accepting bids for horse stables or an equestrian center. Details on Page 10. Check out today's legal ads on Page 10 of Classifieds. CELEBRITIES Tribune news services DON EMMERTGETTY-AFP Kelly Clarkson performs last month in New York. The singer is getting her own daytime talk show next fall. NBC-owned stations to air Clarkson show Kelly Clarkson is venturing into the daytime talk arena. NBC Owned Television Station Group, which includes 11 NBC stations, has picked up "The Kelly Clarkson Show" from NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. Clarkson will host. She and Brandon Blackstock will serve as executive producers. Clarkson, who is also a coach on NBC reality show "The Voice," teased the news Tuesday night on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Clarkson made reference to her upcoming talk show. Fallon then said. "This is a big announcement. It's not been announced yet, but you're getting your own talk show." Clarkson responded with, "Well, it's been leaked." She later added, "It's daytime, we're gonna be on right before 'Ellen.' " She said that her touring band will be her house band on the show. "We are very excited to have Kelly Clarkson on our air next fall," said Valari Staab, president, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, in a statement Wednesday. "She's genuine, warm, fun and interacts with her fans in a meaningful way. Throughout her career people of all ages and backgrounds have related to her openness, honesty and curiosity. She will be the perfect companion to 'Ellen,' providing an afternoon of great television." Variety Community contributor "snowden99" submitted this photo recently of the sunrise on the water. Create an account and share your photos at community.dailypress.com. FEEDBACK Locals, businesses send aid to help hurricane victims Country radio station US 106.1 asked listeners to donate items as part of the Hampton Roads Helps initiative. For four days, people brought cases of water, clothes and food to fill five tractor trailers and a box truck on Virginia Beach Boulevard. Zelma Fletcher: It's amazing the way people show love to those who are hurting and have lost so much. Prayers needed as well. Gives hope that all is well. Kavanaugh's accuser wants FBI to investigate Christine Blasey Ford wants the FBI to investigate her allegation that she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh before she testifies at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing next week, her lawyers said in a letter to the panel. Gary Beasley: Democrats would love to stretch this out till after November. I wonder how many of the Democratic senators could pass the test they are giving Kavanaugh? David Taylor: Putting forth a candidate with a questionable sex crime past isn't something new for the party that had Roy Moore as a Senate candidate. (I bet if he won, he'd have no qualms about voting for Kavanaugh.) Stacy Davis-Ruff: I don't know what to believe yet. I do think the third person in the room should be asked by the FBI what he remembers. Lying to the press isn't a crime. Lying to the FBI is and results in jail time. Peninsula's first food truck fest races into York County The lineup of 15 trucks includes Toano-based Matchsticks BBQ, Bali Bali Korean BBQ on the Run and El Coqui's Empanada Workshop, among others. More than 3,000 people have registered to attend online. Scotty Barr: We gotta go! ! Compiled from the Daily Press Facebook pages. To be part of the discussion, visit facebook.comdailypressnews. BERTRAND GUAYGETTY-AFP Fans petition for Prince death investigation: Thousands of Prince fans are asking federal authorities to open a grand jury investigation into his death. The petition to the US. attorney's office has been signed by more than 6,000 people. One of the petition's organizers, Nicole Welage, says more answers are needed about the rock star's accidental fentanyl overdose in 2016. Federal, state and county investigators spent nearly two years looking into Prince's death, but were unable to trace the source of the drug that killed him. Prosecutors have said there is no credible evidence that would lead to federal criminal charges. Weeknd, Daft Punk sued: Singersongwriter Yasminah has filed suit against The Weeknd and Daft Punk as she claims their 2016 hit "Starboy" bears an uncanny resemblance to her 2009 song "Hooyo." Yasminah claims in the documents that it has the same hook and key as "Hooyo," plus a similar tempo and the same claps on beats two and four. "Field of Dreams" vandalism: A man accused of driving onto and damaging the eastern Iowa baseball field made for the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams" has changed his plea to guilty. Dubuque County court records say Austin Pape, 2L of Dyersville, entered the plea Monday, the day his trial was to begin on a felony charge of criminal mischief. Sentencing is set for Nov. 13. Sept. 20 birthdays: Actress Sophia Loren is 84. Actress Kristen Johnston is 5L Singer The Dream is 4L Rapper Yung Joe is 36. GIVE US YOUR FEEDBACK! To comment on our news judgment, accuracy, quality, service, grammar and spelling, etc., call 247-4748 and leave a clear voice message, or send email to outfrontdailypress.com. CORRECTIONS The Daily Press is eager to correct errors published in the newspaper as soon as possible. If you think incorrect information has been published, call us at 247-4748. ALMANAC On Sept. 20,1870, Italian troops took control of the Papal States, leading to the unification of Italy. In 1881 Chester Arthur was sworn in as the 21st president of the United States, succeeding James Garfield, who had been assassinated. the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in the wake of railroad bond defaults and bank failures. In 1954 the live television drama "Twelve Angry Men" was presented as an episode of the CBS anthology series "Studio One." In 1873 panic swept In 1962 James Mere dith, an African-American, was blocked from enrolling at the University of Mississippi by Gov. Ross Barnett. (Later, Meredith succeeded in earning a degree from the school.) In 1973 Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in a $100,000 winner-take-all tennis match dubbed the "battle of the sexes" in Houston. In 1995 AT&T Corp. announced it was splitting into three companies. In 1998 after playing in a record 2,632 consecutive baseball games, Baltimore Oriole Cal Ripken Jr. sat out a game, ending his 16-year run. In 2017 Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, knocking out electricity to the island and triggering landslides and floods; at least 30 people were killed during the Category 4 storm's rampage through the Car-ribean. INDEX FRONT SECTION Business 7 Nation&World 10 Obituaries 5 Opinion 9 SECOND SECTION Baseball 4 Classifieds 10 Comics 6 Scoreboard 2 Sports 1 TV 9 Weather 12 HAMPTON ROADS REAL ESTATE Daily jJitss H WlT'TDN liOMW REAL ESTATE II II I! :: - New Day, New Look. Our Daily Press Real Estate & Homes section is getting a complete remodel! Look for our updated weekly real estate section dedicated to helping you buy, sell, rent and beautify your home.

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