NUMBER 5 - PRINCES WILLIAM AND HARRY IN MEMPHIS
Prince Harry and Prince William were spotted at a restaurant in Memphis, Tennessee last night. The princes are in Memphis to serve as ushers in a friend's wedding on Saturday. They were seen at Charles Vergo's Rendezvous, a famous ribs restaurant. A crowd gathered outside early after word got out that the princes would be there. Sources say they may tour Graceland, but no public appearances are scheduled.
NUMBER 4 - KENTUCKY DERBY
The 140th Kentucky Derby, America's most prestigious horse race, kicks off tomorrow at Churchill Downs' historic dirt track in Louisville. This weekend's race has been overshadowed by some torrential downpours, but the race will go on. California Chrome has been made the early 5-2 favorite. If the horse wins, his trainer, 77-year-old Art Sherman, would become the oldest trainer to win the derby.
NUMBER 3 - FLOODING AFTERMATH IN FLORIDA
Folks in Florida are struggling with the aftermath of what's being called the worse flooding in a generation. Over 20 inches of rain covered Pensacola during the two-day storm. Streets are ripped up, bridges washed away and homes that quickly filled with water are being emptied of their water-logged furniture. Clean-up is underway, but it's expected to take a while. Pensacola's mayor estimates the storm caused at least $100 million in damages.
NUMBER 2 - NEW DETAILS ABOUT EARLY STAGES OF PLANE SEARCH
The families of the passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are learning more about the plane's disappearance. A new report from Malaysian officials shows that for 17 minutes officials failed to notice that the plane had gone "off radar" and did not activate a rescue operation for four hours. The plane disappeared in March with more than 200 people on board. Ships are still searching in the Indian Ocean to try to locate it.
NUMBER 1 - FLORIDA JAIL EXPLOSION
An explosion that rocked a Florida county jail sent 184 inmates and workers to the hospital. The damage from what's suspected to be a natural gas explosion is so bad that deputies haven't been able to get far into the building. Officials say parts of the jail had been flooded, but they don't know if the damage contributed to the explosion. Inmates who aren't in the hospital are now in nearby jails while the investigation continues.