1. While the national dialogue on gun control is heating up, visitors to a Huntsville gun show this past weekend are speaking out.
2. Decatur and Morgan County leaders are accused of meeting monthly for private dinners to socialize at taxpayer expense. The last event reported to have cost $520.
3. The city of Guntersville is spending some cash to get business to the waterfront. City leaders hope these new floating break waters are the first step.
4. The Alabama House is expected to vote this week on a bill that would take the responsibility of annual gas pump inspections from the state and place it with business owners. Some pumps have not been inspected in five years because of cuts.
5. The tax deadline is Monday, April 15, 2013.
6. A two-year obstacle was cleared with the help of a crane. A retired American Airlines MD-80, donated back in 2011, will become a visitor center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
7. Great video was shot of a 34 year old building taken down in a matter of seconds. The former city hall in Texas was demolished with 214 pounds of dynamite to make way for a new baseball park.
8. In Indiana, canned goods are being turned into works of art. High school students put together these giant sculptures using non-perishable food items.
9. Volunteers and architects broke a Lincoln log world record in Lincoln, Nebraska. The 12'4" tower uses over 10,000 logs.