Here's what we're talking about this morning on the show:

 

NEWS
The two men charged in the New Year's Day 2013 murder of a
Columbus State University student will find out their fates
as their sentence hearing begins this week.
Georgia lottery officials are receiving large raises at a time
when state lawmakers had to slash the state's HOPE Scholarship
program, which is paid out of ticket sales.
The suspects taken into custody for their alleged involvment in last
week's robbery that led to an officer involved shooting made
their first court appearance yesterday.
A Columbus woman has been arrested for allegedly embezzling close to
$80,000 from a hotel chain where she was employed as an Asst. Manager.
93-yr-old Ophelia Devore-Mitchell died on Friday in New York City,
she founded the Columbus Times Newspaper.

 

SPORTS
Kevin Harvick wins 2nd Sprint Cup race of the season at Phoenix
International Speedway. We hear from Harvick on the win.
Hawks fall 129-120 to the Suns. We hear from Hawks Coach Mike Budenholzer
on the loss. He talks about the transition defense and the struggle
the big hole they dug before the half.
Cougars baseball take 2 of 3 from the Priates over the weekend.
Host tuskegee tomorrow at 4.
Lady Cougars Tennis team on the road wednesday at North Georgia
Mens tennis beat Francis Marion sit at perfect 3-0 in PBC.
Softball team split 6 games in tournament in NC.
CSU Womens track team finishes 2nd yesterday, set 4 school records
on the day.
PBC brackets are all set today. We hear Coach Jonathan Norton talk
about women's team playing in quarter-finals and the difference of
tournament basketball.
Men's quarter-finals begin Friday, take on USC Aiken. We hear from Coach
Robert Moore on the tournament and doing their best.