Skylar Diggins: Notre Dame guards triple-double is the first in NCAA womens tournament since 2005. Shell lead the Irish against Connecticut on Sunday, the teams fourth meeting this season.
AEP: The big electric companys foundation, which includes contributions from I&M, gives Science Central $500,000 for a high-tech exhibit. The childrens science museum is in the former City Light power plant.
Jason Dowd: JetBlue co-pilot hailed as hero after calmly responding to his captains breakdown on a Las Vegas-bound flight.
Bees: Scientific studies say a common pesticide is causing a reduction in bumblebee queens and making honeybees disoriented, keeping them from returning to their hives. But the problem of colony collapse has been lessening, and the pesticides arent the only cause for the decline in bees.
Neighborhood Watch: Take Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and two other actors portraying bored family men and have them form a neighborhood watch group. This film comedy comes out in July, but this week, Fox pulled the ads and trailers from movie theaters in Florida – where a neighborhood watch volunteers slaying of an unarmed teenager is getting a lot of attention..
Geraldo Rivera: Fox News commentator weighs in on Florida slaying by suggesting Trayvon Martins decision to wear a hoodie is as much responsible as George Zimmerman was. Rivera later apologized.
Rick Santorum: GOP candidate loses his cool in confrontation with New York Times reporter, using profanity in his attack.
Scott Walker: Recall petition drive to oust Wisconsin governor is a go, prompting a special election.
Augusta National: Home of the Masters golf tournament is in a bind as its men-only tradition conflicts with practice of extending membership to sponsor CEOs. IBMs new CEO? Virginia Rometty.
Dodgers sale: Bankrupt team is sold to former Lakers star Magic Johnson and other investors for a record $2 billion. Previous record is the $845 million paid for the Chicago Cubs in 2009.
Earl Scruggs: He was probably best known, along with partner Lester Flatt, for The Ballad of the Beverly Hillbillies. But he was a bluegrass legend, an innovator in banjo picking and a fixture in the music scene in the 1950s and 60s. He died at 88.