Top Weekend Links: Michican gov. not expecting federal bailout for Detroit

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Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, left, Gov. Rick Snyder and Kevyn Orr, right, listen to a question during a news conference in Detroit, Thursday, March 14, 2013....
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, left, Gov. Rick Snyder and Kevyn Orr, right, listen to a question during a news conference in Detroit, Thursday, March 14, 2013....
AP Photo/Paul Sancya

From a continuing crisis in Detroit to healing in Colorado, here are some of the top stories from the weekend:

  • Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder told CBS Sunday morning that he is not expecting a bailout for Detroit. (NPR)
    • The Detroit Institute of Art, home to one of the most prestigious art collections in the world, must decide what to do with its collection. (CBS News)

  • In an interview on CNN Sunday morning, Sen. John McCain called for a nationwide review of “stand your ground” laws. (CNN)
  • An investigation is under way at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Tx. after a woman died while riding the Texas Giant roller coaster Friday evening. Witnesses report that the woman fell from the roller coaster. (NBC Dallas-Fort Worth)
  • Virginia held its first gubernatorial debate Saturday between Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe. (The Daily Rundown)
  • Students in Florida known as the Dream Defenders continued their sit-in through the weekend in Gov. Rick Scott’s office. The students are asking the governor to review the state’s “stand your ground” law. (Miami Herald)
  • This past weekend marked the one-year anniversary of the Aurora movie theater shooting that killed 12 and injured more than 70. (Denver Post)
  • Vigils were held across 100 cities this weekend in support for Trayvon Martin’s family. (PoliticsNation)
  • An earthquake struck the central province of Gansu in China early Monday morning (Sunday evening in the U.S.). Officials report there have been fatalities and severe injuries. (NBC News)
  • British cyclist Chris Froome won the 100th Tour de France on Sunday. (NBC Sports)
  • Helen Thomas, veteran White House reporter and a pioneer for women in the field of journalism, has died at the age of 92. (NBC News)

Top Weekend Links: Michican gov. not expecting federal bailout for Detroit

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