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Cloudy today, today's high is 71, rain is expected tonight


*One lane on each side is open at 44 and Shrewsbury where a tractor trailer crashed early this morning.  The driver lost control and went through the median.  No one was injured and it is unknown when it will be cleared, the tractor trailer is still on the highway


*Single tickets to see the hit musical "Hamilton" go on sale this morning at the Fabulous Fox Theatre.  Tickets will be available for the shows April 3rd–22nd, 2018. The best availability for single tickets is in week three (April 17th-22nd).



*More than 100 people are sick after an outbreak of salmonella poisoning in Louisiana.  The outbreak appears to be linked to a fundraiser held on October 16th in which contaminated jambalaya was served.  

(The Times-Picayune)

Bergdahl To Hear His Fate Today-

Sentencing begins today for Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Bergdahl pled guilty without any deal with the Army to limit his potential sentence. During pre-sentencing procedures, the judge is expected to hear a range of testimony from witnesses over several days.

Prosecutors will likely present evidence that three service members were severely injured during search-and-rescue missions for the missing soldier who was held by the Taliban after walking off his post. Meanwhile in an interview with the "Sunday Times of London," Bergdahl said his life back in the U.S. is as hard as being a Taliban prisoner.

Source: Time

Tampa Is On Edge Over A Possible Serial Murderer-

Police in Florida are trying to find a killer who is terrorizing one Tampa neighborhood.

Over the past two weeks, three people have been gunned down in the Seminole Heights neighborhood and police believe all three killings are connected. The first murder happened on October 9th and the most recent was last Thursday. The first was a 20-year-old autistic man, the second was 32-year-old Monica Hoffa, and the third. 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell.

All three victims were killed within a one-mile radius of each other.

Source: CNN


The CIA has forced a young agent into early retirement because over refusal to do the job. That would be bigger deal if the agent weren't a dog.  The agency says a black Labrador puppy named Lulu was part of the explosive-detection program, but had to be let go because she refused to sniff out explosives. Her handlers concluded that since she showed little interest, she wasn't enjoying the career path that had been chosen for her. The CIA tweeted, "Lulu wasn’t interested in searching for explosives. Even when motivated with food and play, she was clearly no longer enjoying herself." 

Lulu has since been adopted by her handler and is said to be enjoying a non-explosive-sniffing life at home. (


*The Blues lost to the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2, the Blues are off until Wednesday

*The match-up for the World Series the Astros will play the Los Angeles Dodgers, it starts Tuesday at 7pm at Dodger Stadium. 

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