GARTH BROOKS TRIAL
CLAREMORE, Okla. (AP) -- Lawyers for Garth Brooks told jurors that a hospital's internal documents back his claim that a $500,000 donation in 2005 was meant for a women's center to be named after his late mother. Brooks has sued the Integris Canadian Valley Regional Hospital in his hometown of Yukon so they'll return the money. His lawyers say there's an internal document that the hospital president negotiated naming rights with the Brooks family. According to the document, the president told Brooks' father he'd name the center after Colleen Brooks if Garth Brooks made an appearance at a hospital foundation event. But in court the hospital president said he never had a deal with the family.