NUMBER 5 - FANS MEET NEW BREWERS' MASCOT
Milwaukee Brewers fans lined up Wednesday to meet the team's new mascot Hank! The stray dog wandered into Brewers training camp in Arizona a month ago, injured and dirty. The team nursed him back to health and made him an official member. Twenty-percent of all Hank merchandise will benefit the Wisconsin and Arizona Humane Societies.
NUMBER 4 - OPRAH TO SELL TEA AT STARBUCKS
Oprah Winfrey is bringing her love of tea to the masses. Soon you'll be able walk into Starbucks and order an Oprah Chai Tea. Winfrey teamed up with the coffee giant to develop the Teavana blend. It features an infusion of cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and cloves. The tea will be available at Starbucks and Teavana stores beginning April 29th. All proceeds from the tea sales will go to charities that help youth education.
NUMBER 3 - LAS VEGAS OK's MEDICAL MARIJUANA
Las Vegas city council voted to allow medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits Wednesday. The council members directed staff to draft regulations for people to set up medical marijuana businesses, including growing, testing and cultivating the drug for medical purposes. At the state-level, Nevada voters approved medical marijuana in 2000, but that law provided no legal way for patients to obtain the drug except to grow it themselves.
NUMBER 2 - POTUS SAYS RUSSIA VIOLATING INTERNATIONAL LAW
President Barack Obama says there is no military option on the table in Ukraine. In an interview with a Missouri TV station, Obama said the U.S. isn't trying to start a war with Russia, but it will stand by the Ukrainian people. Russia has taken over the Crimea region after voters approved a referendum on separating from Ukraine. The U.S. and European Union consider the vote illegal and say it won't be recognized by the international community.
NUMBER 1 - IMAGES SPOTTED IN INDIAN OCEAN
Officials in Australia are checking out two objects spotted in the southern Indian Ocean that may be linked to missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. An Australian official says the largest is about 79 feet long. Images of the objects were captured by satellite and were being assessed by the Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organization. The announcement raises hopes of finding parts of the plane amid a huge search that is now in its 13th day.