DAY AT DISNEYLAND NOW MORE THAN $90: ANAHEIM (AP) — When you wish upon a star, be sure to bring your wallet. Disneyland has raised its ticket prices.
Disney said in a statement that starting Sunday, a one-day adult ticket to one park will cost $92, a $5 increase. Kids' tickets also jumped $5, to $87.
The prices apply to either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park. Buyers of annual passes will see similar increases.
The Disneyland statement says the price hikes were brought on by a variety of factors, but the tickets represent a great value given the breadth and quality of attractions and entertainment at the parks.
Prices also changed at DisneyWorld in Florida.
DISCOVERY TO AIR SPECIAL HONORING 3 STORM CHASERS: LOS ANGELES (AP) — Discovery Channel says it will honor three veteran storm chasers who died in Oklahoma with a special airing this week.
The program, "Mile Wide Tornado: Stormchasers Tribute," will feature scenes of Tim Samaras, his son Paul and Carl Young from the former series "Stormchasers." It airs at 10 p.m. EDT Wednesday.
The men spent years capturing and sharing storm videos with TV viewers and weather researchers. They died Friday when a tornado with winds of up to 165 mph turned on them in the Oklahoma City area. The storm and flooding claimed more than a dozen other lives.
"Mile Wide Tornado" originally aired Sunday and focuses on the May 20 tornado that devastated a wide swatch of Oklahoma. Discovery says it has been updated with "Stormchasers" footage of the researchers.
JENNIFER LOPEZ GOES OFF-CAMERA FOR NEW TV DRAMA: LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jennifer Lopez isn't on screen for the debut of her new TV series, but she will be on Twitter.
Lopez is an executive producer of ABC Family's drama "The Fosters," which debuts at 9 p.m. EDT Monday. The channel says the actress and singer will be live-tweeting from her (at)JLo account during the episode.
"The Fosters" is about a lesbian couple who are parents to a brood that includes adopted twins and a foster child. The cast includes Teri Polo of the "Meet the Parents" movie franchise.
Lopez says the drama reflects the changing nature of families today. She says she may appear on the show or provide music for it in later episodes.
SHARON JONES DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER, CANCELS ALBUM: NEW YORK (AP) — Soul singer Sharon Jones has cancer and has canceled plans for an album and tour in 2013.
A Monday news release says Jones has stage-one bile duct cancer and needs immediate surgery.
Jones and her band, the Dap-Kings, had planned to release "Give the People What They Want" on Aug. 6 and were already touring. The singer was forced to miss a few shows recently while looking for a cause of her illness.
The release says that doctors caught the tumor early and that the cancer hasn't spread. They expect the 57-year-old to make a full recovery.
FAMILY CELEBRATES RELEASE OF NEW JOHNNY CASH STAMP: NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A yearlong celebration of Johnny Cash's legacy will come to an end this week with the issue of a new postal stamp and free public concert.
The new Johnny Cash Forever stamp goes on sale Wednesday and to celebrate Cash's son, John Carter Cash, and several friends and family members will gather at Ryman Auditorium. The stamp is based around a promotional shot for the 1963 album "Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash." To Cash it looks like a 45 or 78 RPM record cover and is unlike the usual offerings — matching his father's legacy.