Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
1. ROMNEY PICKS UP PRIMARY WINS IN NEBRASKA, OREGON: The victories come as an independent group favoring Romney is launching a $25 million, monthlong advertising campaign in 10 battleground states.
3. RECORDS SHOW ZIMMERMAN HAD TWO BLACK EYES AND A BROKEN NOSE: ABC News reports the records from Zimmerman's family doctor were part of the evidence against the neighborhood watch volunteer in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
4. NAPLES CITY COUNCIL MEETING BLOG: Discussion expected today about airport noise. City of Naples beat reporter Kristine Gill is blogging and tweeting from the Naples City Council meeting.
5. JPMORGAN LOSS LOOMS OVER HEARING ON BANK OVERSIGHT: The $2 billion trading loss at JPMorgan Chase could dominate debate today at a congressional hearing on how to regulate banks that are big enough to bring down the whole financial system.
6. MISCOMMUNICATION ABOUT FCAT CHANGES: Miscommunication about changes to the FCAT is to blame for drastically lower writing scores this year, creating temporary panic for local students, parents and educators, Collier and Lee county superintendents said.
7. OBAMA AWARDS MEDAL OF HONOR TO SOLDIER KILLED IN VIETNAM WAR: At a 3:10 p.m., the president gives the posthumous honor to Pennsylvania soldier Leslie Sabo Jr. for saving the lives of several fellow troops when his platoon was ambushed in Cambodia in 1970.
8. BATTER UP! CLEMENS CHIEF ACCUSER FACES CROSS-EXAMINATION: After 10 hours of testimony, strength trainer Brian McNamee returns at 9:15 a.m. to face defense questioning over statements that he injected Clemens with performance-enhancing drugs.
9. NATION'S NUCLEAR REGULATORS SCALE BACK EMERGENCY READINESS: An overhaul of emergency planning near U.S. reactors requires fewer exercises for accidents and recommends fewer people be evacuated right away.
10. WHITE WINE WITH WALLEYE? Which Naples area restaurants have walleye on the menu?