Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:
1. Trump Supporters Boost Bernie Sanders in W.Va
Things got weird in West Virginia on Tuesday night. Sanders won the state's primary over Hillary Clinton, and while the delegates he collects will do nothing to knock the front-runner off her path to the Democratic nomination, it will give the insurgent candidate a much-needed shot of adrenaline during what could be a good month for him. Read more in POLITICS.
2. Ten Injured as Tornadoes Rip Across Kentucky
A large tornado injured 10 people and damaged homes and businesses as it roared through western Kentucky on Tuesday, part of a severe spring storm that spun off more twisters and dropped hail across the state. Read more in NEWS.
3. Royal Heir? Prisoner Claims He's Prince's Son
A Colorado prison inmate has filed a paternity claim against the estate of Prince, alleging that the music legend is his biological father, according to court documents. Read more in POP CULTURE.
4. West Point Clears Cadets Who Raised Fists in Photo
The black female West Point cadets who took a photo with hands raised in fists — provoking questions about whether it was a political statement — were cleared Tuesday following a probe by the academy. Read more in NEWS.
5. Low-Tech Trap Might Help Fight Zika
A low-tech mosquito trap might help control the mosquitoes that spread Zika virus, as well as other viruses such as dengue and chikungunya, government researchers say. Read more in HEALTH.
6. Senate GOP Accuses Facebook of 'Bias'
The Senate's top Internet cop wants to haul Facebook employees before Congress after a tech site reported that the social-media giant allegedly squashes conservative views. Read more in TECH.
7. Two Dead After Stabbing Spree at Mall
Two people are dead after a stabbing and shooting at a mall and a home in Taunton, Massachusetts, and their attacker has also been killed after being shot by an off-duty police officer, state police said. Read more at NEW ENGLAND CABLE NEWS.
Kevin Morton, whose life was saved by a trauma surgeon nine years ago, has graduated from medical school and will begin his residency at the same hospital that treated him.