1. Auburn University will turn portions of the poisoned oaks at Toomer's Corner into commemorative items. The trees will be removed April 23rd after the final rolling on the 20th.
2. The Mayor of Birmingham is promising to find out what caused an airport display board to fall on a child Friday and kill him. The 5th grader was with his family at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. His mother is in critical condition and two of his brothers are in the hospital.
3. A Boston family was forced to tell relieved relatives they are still alive. That's because some journalists misidentified the mother in online articles because she has the same name as the mother in the airport accident.
4. There is a winning ticket in the $338 million dollar Powerball jackpot. It was sold somewhere in New Jersey.
5. An Indiana man using great multi-tasking skills delivered his own son while driving his wife to the E.R. He says he "caught" the newborn about two miles from his home.
6. Pope Francis opened Holy Week at the Vatican, holding his first Palm Sunday. Saint Peter's square was overflowing with over 200,000 worshippers.
7. Dozens of people packed a Washington hotel for a Seminar on how to start a legal pot selling company. Selling marijuana just became legal in the state.
8. It was the slimiest day of the year as stars of all ages celebrated the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards. Categories ranged from favorite music group to favorite cartoon.
9. It was a special night for some special patients. Kids at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta traded in their hospital gowns for prom dresses.