LAS VEGAS — A 21-year-old auburn-haired California girl has won the Miss USA crown in Las Vegas and will represent the nation in this year’s Miss Universe pageant.

Alyssa Campanella of Los Angeles topped a field of 51 to take the title Sunday night at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Campanella won after strutting across the stage in a blue bikini with white polka dots and a dark turquoise evening gown with beading on its top.

She also answered a question about legalizing marijuana by saying she didn’t think it should be fully legalized but it should be available to those who need it for medical purposes.

Miss Tennessee, Ashley Durham, was the first runner-up.

Miss Maine, Ashley-Lynn Marble, was eliminated after making it into the group of final eight contestants.

Winehouse cancels after Serbia concert

LONDON – Amy Winehouse canceled part of her European tour Sunday, a day after the British singer was heavily booed for being late and displaying erratic behavior on stage during a concert in Serbia.

The concert Saturday in Belgrade kicked off what was to be a 12-date tour of Europe. But Winehouse decided to cancel appearances in Istanbul today and Athens on Wednesday, according to a statement from publicity company Outside Organization. Winehouse would like to say sorry to fans expecting to see her in Turkey and Greece, but “feels that this is the right thing to do,” the statement said.

Winehouse, who has publicly struggled for years with drug and alcohol issues, was jeered as she performed in Belgrade. She arrived almost an hour late before stumbling to the stage and appearing unable to remember the lyrics to her songs. She dropped the microphone, mumbled through her songs and occasionally disappeared, leaving her band to keep on playing.

A video posted on YouTube shows Winehouse wildly staggering around while trying to sing and stopping several times in mid-verse, looking over to her bandmates for help. At one point, she calls over a backup singer to fill in for her.

John Walsh signs off from ‘America’s Most Wanted’

NEW YORK – John Walsh has said goodbye and thanked viewers of “America’s Most Wanted” for helping bring almost 1,200 fugitives to justice over more than two decades.

Walsh told his audience in brief farewell remarks: “You’ve saved lives and gotten people justice.”

The series aired its last weekly episode on Fox on Saturday. Fox has cited high production costs for pulling the plug on the series, which premiered in 1988. 

But Walsh said last week he has heard from other networks, including Fox News Channel.

Walsh, 65, launched his crime-busting crusade in the aftermath of the abduction and murder of his 6-year-old son, Adam, in 1981.

Tone Loc arrested

BURBANK, Calif. — The rapper Tone Loc has been arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence in Southern California.

Police said 45-year-old Anthony Smith was arrested Saturday.

Tone Loc is best known for the 1989 hip-hop hits “Wild Thing” and “Funky Cold Medina.”