Michael Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor are among the top-earning dead celebrities in the past 12 months, according to Forbes. Find out who else made this year's list.
No. 10: James Dean -- $7 million
No. 9 (tie): Bettie Page -- $9 million
No. 9 (tie): Steve McQueen -- $9 million
No. 9 (tie): Bruce Lee -- $9 million
No. 9 (tie): Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) -- $9 million
No. 8: Albert Einstein -- $11 million
No. 7: John Lennon -- $12 million
No. 6: Marilyn Monroe -- $17 million
No. 5: Bob Marley -- $20 million
No. 4: Elizabeth Taylor -- $25 million
No. 3: Charles M. Schulz -- $40 million
No. 2: Elvis Presley -- $55 million
No. 1: Michael Jackson -- $140 million
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A rash of rumors prompted administrators at Righetti High School Friday to close early for Thanksgiving.
Santa Barbara County sheriff's deputies are looking for a suspect responsible for a stabbing in downtown Goleta.
A group of highly trained search dogs are helping rescue crews in western New York. Many of the canine teams were trained in Ventura County at the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation.
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Ten volunteers helped collect trash from the illegal pot farm located on the side of a steep hill in Happy Canyon in the Santa Ynez Valley.
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Local resident Forrest Galante caught the Pacific Spiny lobster near Anacapa Island in the middle of the night.
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The National Disaster Search Dog Foundation is building a new training center and is getting help from local military men and women with its construction.
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Thomas Edison announces the phonograph, "Frankenstein" and "Rocky" premiere 45 years apart, Tweety Bird makes his debut, and millions tune in to find out "who shot J.R.," all on this day.
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