NUMBER 5 - YAHOO TO CREATE ORIGINAL COMEDY SERIES
Yahoo is taking a page from Netflix and developing original programming, creating two original comedies. One is a sci-fi adventure called "Other Space" set in the 22nd century. The other is called "Sin City Saints," about a fictional pro basketball expansion team. Both will be 30 minute shows with eight episodes each. Just like Netflix, Yahoo will release all the episodes at once. The new shows will launch next year.
NUMBER 4 - MISSING PLANE FOUND?
An Australian company says it's found debris that could be from missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. The company searched for the plane using technology originally created to find nuclear warheads and submarines. However, authorities are dismissing the claims because it's thousands of miles from the current search area. Families of Flight 370 passengers are urging investigators to explore every possible lead.
NUMBER 3 - DEADLY SEVERE STORMS
At least 35 people have been killed since Sunday in severe storms that have destroyed thousands of homes and buildings and left tens of thousands without power. In the small town of Tupelo, Mississippi, homes and businesses were destroyed when a debris-filled funnel cloud ripped through the city. Near Athens, Alabama two people were killed in a trailer park. Alabama Governor Robert Bentley declared a state of emergency for all counties.
NUMBER 2 - FedEx SHOOTING
A FedEx package handler went on a workplace shooting spree early Tuesday, injuring six people before turning a gun on himself. It happened at a FedEx facility in Kennesaw, Georgia, about 21 miles northwest of Atlanta. He has not yet been named, but witnesses say he worked as a baggage handler. The suspect's body was found in a loading bay. Police say he was armed with pistols and a shotgun.
NUMBER 1 - FANS PROTEST CLIPPERS OWNER
A protest against L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling was held Tuesday night outside the Staples Center. Demonstrators started gathering hours before the Clippers played the fifth game in the first-round playoff series. Sterling was banned from the league for life, is not allowed to take part in team business and was fined $2.5 million. The NBA commissioner will pressure Sterling to sell the team.