If you caught any of the 'Red Carpet' specials last night ahead of the '87th Academy Awards,' you saw Tim and Faith stroll the carpet on their way into the Dolby Theatre. I think Faith was one of the 'Best Dressed' of the evening. 

Faith was wearing designer, J.Mendel and Tim was wearing a tux by Lanvin.

Faith's husband, Tim gave a very emotional performance of the Oscar-nominated song, "I'm Not Going To Miss You," written by Glen Campbell. Campbell wrote the song for his wife and children after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Here's Tim and Faith at a post-Oscar party with Glen Campbell's wife, Kim.

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Brad Paisley Helping Out Firefighters

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Brad Paisley, Denis Leary and Guinness are joining together to help firefighters across the nation.

Weather

Skies become partly to mostly sunny today, breezy, with temps falling throughout the day. High 18...Partly to mostly cloudy, chance of a couple of early morning flurries or snow showers. Temps will fall throughout the day, high of 7. Clear and very cold tonight. Check your five day forecast. 

Top News Stories

Defense Sec in Kuwait to discuss IS
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Partial roof collapse at apartment complex, 60 evacuated
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FairPoint workers head back Wednesday
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Wake Up Winning

More prizes, fun and great music Tuesday with The Morning Waking Crew.