Today Paul Pepper welcomes KELLY SMITH; River City Habitat For Humanity is dedicating their 80th house (located on Stadium Blvd. in Jefferson City). Find out more. Also, DUSTIN ALLISON and JON SHELTMIRE talk about Capital City Players' latest production of "Moon Over Buffalo", opening this Friday.
As The Associated Press notes, the pace of construction — 1.04 million starts, at an annual rate — is the fastest in nearly five years and is another sign that the housing sector continues to recover from its 2007-08 crash.
Witnesses to yesterday's Boston Marathon explosions include David Abel. He's a reporter for the Boston Globe. He was at the finish line yesterday afternoon around 3 o'clock, and Mr. Abel, what did you see and feel?
FBI Special Agent in Charge Richard DesLauriers said that they believed the devices used in the attack may have been pressure-cooker bombs stuffed with BBs and nails. Investigators said the bombs may have been left inside nylon bags or backpacks.