FLORIDA / Discovery blasts off Monday
Discovery, in one of four remaining shuttle flights, is scheduled to blast off at 6:21 a.m. Monday. Its crew of seven will deliver spare parts and science experiments to the International Space Station. Forecasters say the odds of good weather are 80 percent. The space station received three new residents Sunday aboard the Soyuz - one American and two Russians. They wished everyone a happy Easter after their Russian spacecraft docked.
CALIFORNIA / Shooting victims named
Authorities on Sunday identified the four men killed in a shooting at a San Fernando Valley restaurant, as the search for the gunman continues. Los Angeles police named those killed as Harut Baburyan, 28; Sarkis Karadjian, 26; Vardan Tofalyan, 31; and Hayk Yegnanyan, 25. No other information was released. Investigators believe the victims in Saturday's shooting at the Hot Spot Cafe in North Hollywood were targeted. Two other people were wounded and are expected to survive.
COLORADO / Charges in bus crash?
Denver police say investigators are considering charges against the driver of a city bus that ran a red light and struck two vehicles, killing two people. At least 12 others, including the bus driver, were injured in Saturday's crash. Witnesses say the bus hit a Volkswagen Rabbit, then pushed a pickup into a parking lot and against a billboard pole. Police say the two killed were riding in the Volkswagen.
VERMONT / Feds arrest Haitians
The U.S. Border Patrol says it's arrested more than 100 people from Haiti accused of illegally entering Vermont from Canada since the Jan. 12 massive earthquake devastated the Caribbean nation. Lawyers assigned to represent the Haitians told the Burlington Free Press that many are coming to the U.S. because they are desperate to be with relatives and loved ones after the quake.
Compiled from news reports