Number five -- Hundreds of racers lined up in formal wear for the second annual "Running with the Bridesmaids" fun run. They did a lap around Boston Common in a benefit race for the Big Sister Association of greater Boston. When they were done, racers were treated to an after party featuring a wedding DJ, mimosa bar and brunch bites.
Number four -- Today is National Coffee Day and some favorite places participated. A free cup at Dunkin Donuts was offered if you downloaded their smart phone app. Krispy Kreme, Starbucks, and other coffee shops also offered deals.
Number three -- How do you get rid of 26,000 rotting fish? Recycle! That is what officials in hawaii are doing after a molasses spill killed thousands of sea animals. A company on the big island is turning the fish scraps into fertilizer that will be used by local farms.
Number two -- The founder of Biogenesis and Major League Baseball's "star witness" against Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is expected to testify on Monday. A-Rod is accused of doping and is fighting his 211 game suspension, which is baseball's longest doping punishment. Upholding the suspension would mean a significant financial loss for him. Overturning it could be seen as a major defeat for the league.
Number one -- Members of a Louisiana church are in shock after seeing their Pastor Ronald Harris gunned down during a service Friday night. The suspect, 53-year-old Woodrow Karey, was a deacon at the church and turned himself in to police. Witnesses told police Karey walked in to the church, shot the pastor once, then again at close range after Harris had fallen to the floor. Investigators said issues that occurred with the church may have been Karey's motive. He is now facing a charge of second degree murder.