In the Big Lead -
Big Lead #1 - Democratic Rep. Roger Goodman says lawmakers have decided not to increase the mandatory minimum jail time for repeat offenders. Goodman says that proposal was expensive, although he says it may get more consideration in the future.
Big Lead #2 - Seattle student Molly Conley was shot and killed by a passing car while she was celebrating her 15th birthday with friends and walking along a road in Lake Stevens on June 1.
Big Lead #3 - Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL tight end charged with murder in the death last week of an acquaintance, is now being investigated in connection with a double slaying in Boston's South End in July 2012,
Trayvon Martin's witness turned out not to do Trayvon Martin any favors. George Zimmerman's defense attorney insisted during several testy exchanges with a key prosecution witness Thursday that Trayvon Martin injected race into their confrontation and insinuated the young woman was not believable because of inconsistencies in her story.
Representative Trey Gowdy gives a passionate opening statement at the House Oversight Committee Hearing on excessive conference spending by the IRS.
State DUI Laws - Democratic Rep. Roger Goodman says lawmakers have decided not to increase the mandatory minimum jail time for repeat offenders.