1. Hurricane Harvey barreled into Texas on Friday night, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake and the cities of Rockport and Port Aransas were both left devastated by the storm, which forced tens of thousands of people to flee the Gulf Coast. The American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, Samaritan's Purse, Save The Children and the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief are all assisting in relief efforts along with government agencies. What are your thoughts about Harvey and the situation in Texas?
2. The Indians took a weekend series from the Royals and head back out on the road to play the Yankees tonight. Are you concerned about the injuries to Brantley, Chisenhall, Tomlin, Kipnis and Miller as the Indians hit the stretch run of the season heading into the playoffs?
3. The trade between the Cavs and Celtics that involved Kyrie Irving and Isaiah Thomas could be in doubt. The Cavs are worried about Thomas's hip and could void the deal if Boston does not sweeten the deal by adding another player. Reportedly, the Cavs would like Jayson Tatum or Jaylen Brown in the trade to go with the original deal. Will the trade be voided?
4. Floyd Mayweather Jr. beat UFC champion Conor McGregor with a 10th round technical knockout as the referee stopped the fight giving the former champ a 50-0 lifetime record. The fight was more competitive than some people thought with Mayweather having a rough beginning before gaining control of the fight. Will Mayweather retire and join Rocky Marciano as one of the few undeated boxers in history? Do you think we could see a rematch fight?
5. A hearing for former Flint, Michigan officials charged in the water crisis case is scheduled for today. It’s a probable cause hearing for four former Flint officials with charges including involuntary manslaughter, false pretenses, and conspiracy to commit false pretenses in relation to the water crisis. What should happen to them?
6. Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich and Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper are reportedly considering a run for the White House as a unity ticket in 2020. Do you think it’s possible in American politics to see a Democrat and a Republican on the same ticket running for President of the United States?
7. The man once known as “America’s Toughest Sheriff”, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was found guilty of criminal contempt last month for disobeying a judge’s order to stop his immigration round ups looking for undocumented workers. He received a pardon from President Trump over the weekend. What do you think about the pardon?
8. The man accused of resisting arrest in a viral video posted to Facebook plead not guilty. Richard Hubbard III, 25, faced charges of resisting arrest and driving on a suspended license when he appeared in court for his initial arraignment. In the video above, officer Michael Amiott can be seen punching Hubbard several times after telling Hubbard to face away from him. It happened after Hubbard was pulled over on E. 228th Street earlier this month. Hubbard was wearing a neck brace during the court hearing, and said he feared for his life and did not resist the officer. Officer Amiott was suspended for 15 days without pay, removed from the SWAT team and will be undergoing further training. Do you think Hubbard will be cashing in from the city of Euclid?
9. From bad cop to good cop: The Cleveland Police have replaced school supplies for Sister Mary Jean Raymond who was robbed in her driveway last week in the Collinwood neighborhood. Cleveland Police Patrolman’s Association President Steve Loomis say the police union was able to double the supplies she lost. Police are still searching for the man who robbed Sister Raymond. Do the good cop stories not get reported on enough?
10. Bill Cosby has hired famed criminal defense attorney Tom Mesereau who has won some legendary cases including defending Michael Jackson during the singer’s child molestation trial. Will he be able to help Cosby beat it?