Thursday's show has a report about a teenager who turned to Facebook to raise awareness about drunk driving. Her plea was reported in several other forms of media, from newspapers to TV.
How else could someone get the word out about drunk driving? What's the most effective way you can think of?
Carl Azuz, Anchor
The soccer ball had floated 3,000 miles across the Pacific to Alaska's Middleton Island, where a radar station technician found it. The words written on the ball led to a 16-year-old in Japan who said he'd lost everything in the tsunami that struck his town last year. He was happy to hear his ball would be returned to him.
This got our staff talking about the things we own that have sentimental value: a book, a piece of jewelry, an old coat, a letter from a first love. We're wondering what has sentimental value for you.
In the spirit of National Library week, we're asking what your favorite book is - and what it is about that book that made it unforgettable.
The Miami Marlins suspended Manager Ozzie Guillen for five games after his controversial comments about former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. A college law professor says Guillen was within his rights to say what he did. "The problem," says the professor, "is he's in Miami." Watch our Wednesday program to understand why Miami's Cuban community is particularly sensitive about Castro.
The anger caused by Guillen's words seems to be about where he made his comments, just as much as what those comments were. It raises the question, just because you CAN say something, SHOULD you?
Jordan Bienstock, Writer
The Augusta National Golf Club opened in 1932. Since that time, its membership has been for men only, and because it's a private club, it is not required to change that.
It's facing an interesting dilemma, though. One of the companies that sponsors the Masters Tournament guarantees membership for company officers. And the leader of that company is a woman.
The ultimate decision about whether to offer her membership - and essentially change club rules - is ultimately up to the club itself. What do you think it should do?
Could this make life easier for many Canadians? Yes. Could this lead to rounding up and possibly higher prices? Yes.
But it got us all wondering whether you think the penny should stick around where you live. Penny for your thoughts?
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