Here’s a look at what’s on the radar for tomorrow…
· Don Imus: We’ll be listening to Don Imus’ radio show to hear him explain his comment about Adam "Pacman" Jones. Imus told the New York Times he “meant he was being picked on because he’s black.’’ Will he say the same thing on air tomorrow? And will that explanation be accepted?
· Flooding in the Midwest: The water is still well above the banks of the upper Mississippi River, but residents of flooded towns and those protected by levees and sandbags can see an ending. The river is cresting. But folks in Winfield, Missouri, and Grafton, Illinois, will have to wait a little longer, as forecasters said the river would crest there on Wednesday.
· Raw politics: Sen. John McCain will be in Santa Barbara tomorrow talking about the environment. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will be there too. He’s a McCain supporter but the two men disagree on off shore drilling. Sen. Barack Obama will be in Las Vegas where he’ll be talking about energy issues.
· Crime and Punishment: Helen Golay is set to be sentenced tomorrow. She’s 77 years old and convicted of murdering two homeless men in a plot to collect $2.8 million in life insurance. Golay's faces a potential sentence of life in prison without possibility of parole.
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