Tim Storrs, a former television reporter for KGTV who mysteriously left the station in early February, was found dead in his apartment March 5. He was 43.
Earl Wrightson, a singer and actor in musical comedies and the Emmy-winning host of the 1950s TV show "The American Musical Theatre," died March 7 at home in East Norwich on Long Island. He was 77.
Swing-era bandleader Bob Crosby, 79, younger brother of the late crooner Bing Crosby, died Tuesday of cancer at Scripps Memorial Torrey Pines Convalescent Hospital here.
Terry Frost, 86, actor in films, TV and on stage, died March 1 in Los Angeles from heart failure. Born in Minnesota, he started out in vaudeville and came to Hollywood in the 1930s.
Kate Kahn and Mason Williams, Feb. 23, L.A. Bride's a former dancer and Warner Bros. employee; groom's the recording artist.
Kevin Francis to London. Pauly Shore to Daytona, Fla. Lisa Donovan to Haifa, Israel.
Jerry Lisker, executive sports editor of the Fox TV network, died March 4 of brain cancer.
Richard Sale, a novelist, screenwriter and director who frequently turned his novels, including "The Oscar" and "The White Buffalo," into films, died March 4 from complications of a stroke.
Paul Richter Alley, a pioneering TV newscaster and producer who was the anchorman for NBC's 15-minute nightly program "The War as It Happens" during World War II, died March 2.
Delbert McClinton and Wendy Goldstein, a girl, Delaney Dyer McClinton, Feb. 25, Nashville. Father's a recording artist; mother is a personal manager.