This morning Rachel Ryder talked about the Plugged in Movie Review that we'll hear tomorrow, taking a look at The Great Gatsby. Plugged in Online keeps reviews for popular movies on their website, like Iron Man 3 and Oblivion. Check them out here.
Rachel loves spelling bees. As a 6th grade spelling bee champion herself, she's looking forward to her annual job hosting the Heritage Elementary School Bee in Stockbridge this afternoon.
The city of Leslie will be holding a Spring Clean-up and recycling day this weekend. Find out how you can jump in and volunteer here.
Christian music veteran Carman has a renewed energy to record all of the songs that have been written in the background over the years, along with some of his most popular ones of the past. He's recently been diagnosed with a cancer that gives him 3-5 good years. Find out more about his project here.
This morning the New Music Update took a look at the debut album from Steve Hare, called Heart Like Your Own.
There's a new bill in town- coming October 8. The new $100 US bills will feature an updated design and a 3D blue strip feature to ensure counterfeiters will have a more difficult time replicating cash.
Polls in Grass Lake and in the Northwest School District are open today to vote on their respective proposals. Get some better insight into each item on the ballot here.
A billboard in Spain is giving kids a different perspective. Depending on the height you are when you view the message, it gives different information, and is allowing kids to get a help line phone number if they're being abused or bullied to get help.
Trying to be more productive? Temporarily change where you're working. An alternate location can drastically boost your creative juices.
3D printers have been the latest development in production technology, and now priced in a way that many can afford to have one in their own home or business. A new pattern will allow the printing of a working 3D gun. Any concerns over this?