ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart have tied the knot – in a wedding presided over by New Mexico’s governor.

Gov. Bill Richardson confirmed Wednesday that the couple, who have been together for several years and got engaged last year, were married at the governor’s mansion in Santa Fe.

Richardson presided over the ceremony Tuesday afternoon at the mansion on a hilltop along the northern edge of Santa Fe. Richardson has played host at the mansion to Spanish royalty, North Korean diplomats and other Hollywood stars, but this marked the first wedding there during his tenure.

Richardson isn’t ordained so he had some help from New Mexico Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Daniels to make Ford and Flockhart’s union official.

The governor and his staff were tightlipped about details of the ceremony, saying it was “a private matter.”

Known best to moviegoers as Han Solo or Indiana Jones, Ford’s career has spanned both acting and producing. In 1986, he was nominated for an Oscar for “Witness.”

Flockhart, the former “Ally McBeal” star, returned to series TV in 2006 with a role on the ABC drama “Brothers & Sisters.”

Man pleads not guilty to kidnapping of actor

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — A California man has pleaded not guilty to kidnapping actor Jeremy London and forcing him to use drugs.

The Riverside County district attorney’s office said Thursday that Brandon Adams, of Palm Springs, was arraigned Tuesday on five charges that include kidnapping and theft.

Office spokesman Michael Jeandron says the 26-year-old Adams remains jailed. It was not immediately known if he has retained a lawyer.

Palm Springs police says London was kidnapped while changing a flat tire on June 10. The 37-year-old actor told police that several men helped him and he offered them a ride home.

Police say one man later pulled a gun, forced London to drive around, buy alcohol and take drugs.

London had roles on TV’s “7th Heaven” and “Party of Five.”

Singer fined in gun charge

WACO, Texas — Texas country singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver has been fined $1,000 after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor gun charge.

The charge arose from a 2007 shooting outside a Waco-area saloon. In April, a jury acquitted the 70-year-old Shaver of aggravated assault in the wounding of Billy Coker outside the saloon near Lorena. Shaver contended he shot Coker in self-defense.

He pleaded no contest to the gun charge for allegedly having a .22-caliber pistol in the bar.

Ellen tapes fourth TV special, to air in June

LOS ANGELES — Ellen DeGeneres is bringing variety back to TV with the help of Kabuki Expert and the Flag Man.

They’re among the performers in DeGeneres’ fourth variety special for TBS, “Ellen’s Somewhat Special Special,” which was taped Wednesday at the Chicago Theatre. It will air later this month.

The show features Lady Antebellum, Australian magician James Galea, the Catwalk Acrobats and Nick Cannon. They join Japan’s Kabuki Expert, creators of the Matrix Ping Pong video seen online, and Dominic Lacasse, an acrobat known as the Flag Man.