Voters head to the polls in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia tomorrow.
While Mitt Romney is the frontrunner, his challengers are not wavering.
Romney showed confidence and took many aims at the president while campaigning in Wisconsin yesterday.
Newt Gingrich scaled back his campaign infrastructure last week but focused his attacks on Romney.
Rick Santorum compared the republican race to the Final Four games, saying the candidates aren't even at half-time.
As for Congressman Ron Paul, he has no intention of throwing in the towel.
After tomorrow's contests there will be a three-week gap before the next round of voting.
Students Affected by Tornado in Henryville Head Back to Class
Some students affected by the tornado in Henryville, Indiana last month head back to class.
Tornado damage took out much of Henryville's Junior and Senior High School last month, leaving students out of class for nearly a month.
Administrators are currently working to decide what needs to be demolished and what needs to be rebuilt.
Starting today, students will finish out the school year at Mid-America Science Park in nearby Scottsburg.
The school will have to pay a rental fee to use the space.
Fans Riot Following U.K. Win Against Louisville
A rowdy crowd riots after the University of Kentucky trounces rival Louisville in the Final Four.
Thousands of fans swarmed the streets near the Kentucky campus in Lexington Saturday night, overturning cars and setting couches on fire.
Police arrested a few people and some injuries were reported.