Friday, April 2, 2010

Short Takes

Three workers are missing after a blast at a refinery in Washington state.

Security check rules at the airport are changing based on a passenger’s “certain characteristics.”

The president campaigned for the healthcare law in Maine.

Scott Roeder gets life in prison for killing Dr. George Tiller.

Job creation numbers are expected to look good for March.

Auto sales were up in March.

The mystery of a missing South Florida family has been solved after 11 years.

Once it was drought that threatened Lake Okeechobee; now it’s high water levels.