March 4, 2019: What to Know 

BINGO BARNES
  • Bingo Barnes
  • Twenty-three people are dead after a rash of tornadoes scoured Lee County in rural Alabama, The New York Times reports. Three of the dead have been confirmed to be children. On Monday morning, search and rescue teams were still searching through rubble left behind by five separate tornadoes, one of which has been rated at an EF-3 storm, with wind speeds of 136 miles per hour.

  • Keith Flint, the vocalist and frontman of innovative British band Prodigy, has died, The Guardian reports. He was 49 years old. Flint joined Prodigy as a dancer, but soon rose to become a singer and one of the chart-topping band's most recognizable figures.

  • click to enlarge HARRISON BERRY
    • Harrison Berry
    Concordia Law School in Boise has, at last, received full accreditation from the American Bar Association. The first students began receiving their legal education at the Boise campus in 2012, but in 2014, the ABA denied full accreditation to the school, though it began to push out graduates on a provisional basis in 2015.

  • Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is the latest entry in the list of Democrats running for President. The two-time governor is one of the few candidates in the Democratic field with executive experience, and oversaw enviable growth in the Centennial State.
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