1.      The Ohio Attorney General's Office said the investigation continues into whether a Strongsville police officer was justified when he shot and killed a man in front of three children and his girlfriend on Tuesday.  No weapons were found in the van belonging to Roy D. Evans Jr.  Evans led police on a chase at around 2:30 Tuesday morning after police said he refused to stop for a traffic violation on Pearl Road.  He then drove onto I-71 where police used stop sticks to disable the van.  The chase ended on 71 in Medina County near Route 3, where an officer fired at least one shot, killing Evans.  Evans' girlfriend and three children were also inside the van, but were not injured.  The BCI said the investigation into whether Evans used the vehicle as a weapon is ongoing.  Police say no officers were hurt. What are your thoughts on the latest news?

 

2.      It’s time to spring forward this weekend.  Don’t forget to change your clocks when you to go bed Saturday night as Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday at 2 in the morning. Do you sleep in longer the Sunday we spring forward to make up for the lost hour or do you lose an hour sleep?

 

3.      Houston Quarterback Brock Osweiler is coming to the Browns in exchange for a Cleveland Browns 4th round pick. The Browns also pick up his $16 million contract and a second round pick. What do you think of the former Denver Bronco quarterback coming to the Browns?

 

4.      Parma police and the FBI were searching the West Creek Reservation of the Metroparks and back yards of homes along Augustine Drive on Thursday, hoping to find clues about what happened to 17-year-old Katarina Bitterman.  She was last seen leaving her Augustine Drive home on Saturday, leaving her cellphone behind and her dogs playing outside.  Katarina is white, 5'5" and 120 pounds, with brown hair and eyes and her picture can be seen at WTAM.com.  Would a 17-year-old girl leave her cell phone at home?

 

5.      Actress Scarlett Johansson has filed for divorce from her husband Romain Dauriac.  They two have a three-year-old daughter, Rose Dorothy, and a custody battle appears to be forthcoming.  Some of her movies include  “Captain America: The Winter Solider”, “Chef”, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and “Captain America: Civil War”. In 2014, she was ranked #2 in Maxim’s “Hot 100” issue and twice she has been chosen by Esquire as “The Sexiest Woman” alive.  Is she?

 

6.   U.S. News and World Report have come out with their list of Best Countries In The World.  Switzerland is number one based on their progressive social systems, their protecting of human rights and a business friendly environment.  Rounding out the top ten are Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Sweden, the United States, Australia, France and Norway. Is Switzerland the best country in the world?  Do they make good clocks, knives and chocolate?

 

7.      Cleveland’s own celebrity chef, Michael Symon is bringing his airport based eatery, Bar Symon, to Hopkins in April.  The restaurant will take over the space on concourse C where Panini’s used to be.  Menu items include his famous Lola burger, pulled pork, and rosemary fries. The restaurant will be open at 4:30 am for breakfast and stay open till the last flight leaves in the evening.  Have you ever eaten at a Michael Symon restaurant?

 

8.      The Oakland Raiders might be Las Vegas bound after all. After Billionaire Sheldon Alderson and Goldman Sachs pulled out of their financial commitment to the project, the Raiders have found a new funding agent for the $1.9 billion deal for a new stadium. Enter Bank of America, who will put up the $650 million needed to complete the deal. Do you feel any sympathy for Oakland fans? If the Browns played a game in Vegas, would you make a special trip out to see the game?

 

9.      General Motors is calling it quits… in Europe. The maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars has agreed to purchase General Motor’s Opel Unit and UK sister company Vauxhall for 1.8 billion Euros, equivalent to 1.9 Billion Dollars. This deal ends GM’s 90 year ownership of Opel which has reported a total of $9 billion in losses since 2009. Will GM pulling out of their European market be better in the long run for their American market?

 

10.   The Reputation Institution has released their annual survey listing the top companies based on their worldwide reputation.  The top ten companies with the best reputations are:  Rolex, the Lego Group, the Walt Disney Company, Canon, Google, Bosch, Sony, Intel, Rolls-Royce and Adidas.  Do you agree with the top ten? Are there any other companies that deserve to be on the list?