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NAMES & FACES

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will stay home as her husband, Britain's Prince Charles, attends a memorial service for Princess Diana.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will stay home as her husband, Britain's Prince Charles, attends a memorial service for Princess Diana. (By Anthony Devlin -- Associated Press)

"Mr. Singleton stopped and identified himself as required by law and was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol," Lee said. "He was questioned and released."

The woman was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead Friday morning, Lee said. She was identified as Constance Russell, 57, of Los Angeles.

Hasselhoff's Victory

David Hasselhoff accepted "substantial" libel damages from the celebrity magazine OK! on Friday over reports he was drunk and abusive at a Los Angeles nightclub after winning a custody battle for his daughters.

"In the past, whenever false reports about me have surfaced I have done my best to ignore them," Hasselhoff said in a statement following the verdict by London High Court Justice Teare. "However, due to the completely false allegations published by OK! magazine and others I was encouraged this time -- by my children -- to take a stand."

The award of damages at London's High Court was against OK! publisher Northern & Shell PLC and Northern & Shell North America Ltd., which publishes OK! Weekly magazine. The publishers admit and "accept that their allegations were false."

End Notes

Here: Bob Dylan and Elvis Costello are teaming up for a 13-date tour of the East Coast, starting Sept. 22 in Duluth, Ga., and ending Oct. 9 in Rochester, N.Y. The tour will include a Sept. 28 stop at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia.

And There: Italian opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti,71, has returned home after a two-week hospital stay due to a high fever associated with his treatment for pancreatic cancer.

-- Jocelyn Aucoin from staff and wire reports


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