NOON NUGGETS: March 18, 2013
WEATHER: It's currently 31 and overcast in Winchester at noon. Chance of precipitation in the afternoon with a high of 39. Overcast with a chance of rain after midnight. A low of 36. More rain Tuesday and a high of 52.
Get Those Muscles Back in Place
Young piper Gannon Vaughn, 10, with the Northeast Arkansas Caledonian Pipes and Drums out of Jonesboro, Ark., flexes his face muscles after a long song while playing for St. Patrick's Day revelers at Celtic Crossing in Memphis, Tenn., on Sunday.
(AP Photo/The Commercial Appeal, Jim Weber)
STOCKS: Stocks are declining on Wall Street as traders worry that a proposed bank bailout for the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus could cause the euro crisis to flare up again.
The Dow Jones industrial average was down 35 points, or 0.2 percent, at 14,479 at noon Monday. It has been down as much as 110 points.
The Standard & Poor's 500 fell six points, or 0.4 percent, to 1,554. The Nasdaq dropped 11 points, or 0.3 percent, to 3,238.
HEADLINES: Victim in N. Calif. race crash was driver's cousin
Weapons, explosives found in dorm on Fla. campus
Must voters have to prove citizenship to register?
Ohio city official: Community backs rape inquiry
Wildfire burns outside Great Smoky Mountains
Hillary Clinton announces support for gay marriage
Defense starts for companies in Gulf spill trial
NY stop and frisk challenge heads to federal court
GOP roadmap calls for immigration reform
Rockefeller impostor on trial for murder
SOMETHING STRANGE: Wisconsin man banned from all libraries on earth
RACINE, Wis. (AP) — A 20-year-old Racine man who's accused of engaging in lewd behavior in a library has been banned from "all the libraries on the face of the earth."
Tyree S. Carter is charged with misdemeanor counts of lewd behavior and disorderly conduct. He's due in court next month for a pre-trial conference.
Carter is accused of openly masturbating in the Racine Public Library last week. A witness told investigators Carter was out in the open, not trying to conceal his act.
The criminal complaint says he apologized to responding police officers.
His signature bond was set at $1,000. Court records say as a condition of his bond, he was told to "stay out of all the libraries on the face of the earth."
IN TODAY'S STAR: A double stabbing that sent two men to Winchester Medical Center early Saturday morning remains under investigation. STORY
A power failure Saturday evening disrupted more than 200 systems across Valley Health's six-hospital network. STORY
Tom Miller says beekeepers fall into two categories. "they either have bees right now or wish they had bees right now. Beekeepers of the Northern Shenandoah gathered at Miller's farm this weekend to show new members how to build hive boxes and extract honey. STORY
TUESDAY IN THE STAR: Wayside Theatre will move forward with its final production of the season and start selling subscriptions for the 52nd season. BREAKING
LOCAL MEETING OF NOTE: Clarke County School Board, 6:30 tonight, Johnson-Williams Middle School. AGENDA