Here’s a look at some of the stories on our radar for tomorrow:
KEEPING THEM HONEST: When the International Olympic Committee awarded the Olympics to China there was controversy but the organization assured the world that a Beijing games would promote a more open society. Chinese officials said it would "enhance all social conditions, including education, health and human rights." Seven years later, has China lived up to its promises.
RAW POLITICS: Sen. McCain is spending the day in Ohio where he has a town hall meeting and a finance event on his schedule. Sen. Obama will be in Chicago with no scheduled public events.
U.S. AFRICAN EMBASSY BOMBINGS 10TH ANNIVERSARY: In 1998 bombs exploded outside of the U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, killing over 200 people.
JFK BOMB PLOT: Scheduled date of court hearing for Kareem Ibrahim, Abdul Kadir, Abdel Nur, and Russell Defreitas, accused of plotting to blow up fuel supplies at JKF Airport.
KWAME KILPATRICK CASE: Scheduled date of court hearing for Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who is embroiled in a sex scandal and charged with perjury, obstruction of justice and other charges.
ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON OUTLOOK UPDATE: NOAA is scheduled to issue its 2008 Atlantic hurricane season update.
NATIONAL BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL: It takes place in South Haven, MI. and events include a blueberry pie eating contest, a 5k run and an arts and craft sale.
HOPE WATERMELON FESTIVAL: This festival in Hope, AR. attracts over 50,000 and includes such events as the melon toss, watermelon eating and seed spitting.
GREAT RIVER TUG FEST: The highlight of this festival is the annual tug-a-war across the Mississippi River.
HUMONGOUS FUNGUS FEST: This annual festival celebrates the world’s largest fungus which covers 38 acres, weighs about 100 tons and is believed to be over 1000 years old. It's in Crystal Falls, MI.
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