Number five -- Country music legend Dolly Parton kicked off her world tour in California Friday night. The superstar performed as part of the 'Blue Smoke World Tour,' and with more than 50 years in the business she has still got it. The tour will make stops in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Europe before wrapping up mid-July in Sweden.
Number four -- A growing number of pilot whales are being found dead off the coast of Southwest Florida. In all, 33 whales died just this week and based on markings, researchers can confirm it is the same group of whales that was spotted last weekend in Gordon Pass near Naples. Investigators are focusing on why the whales are dying and are even checking with the Navy on any recent sonar activity.
Number three -- President Obama is touting new plans to fight sexual assault and other violent crimes nationwide. Earlier this week, he announced a task force aimed at protecting students on college campuses from sexual assault. During his White House Address on Saturday, Obama spoke about the issue again, saying it is a problem that affects the entire nation.
Number two -- Russian security officials are building what they call a "ring of steel" around the site of the Sochi Winter Olympic Games. The U.S. State Department is also warning American athletes that they would be safer not wearing the USA uniforms when they venture out of the "ring of steel" set up to protect them. Less than two weeks to go and the threats keep coming.
Number one -- A scary scene at a mall in Columbia, Maryland when shots rang out. Police received a shots fired call around 11:15 Saturday morning and found three victims inside the mall. The shooting all took place in one store, leaving two employees dead, and authorities say it appears the gunman then killed himself after the shooting. No possible motive has been released.