The Nintendo Wii is heading for retirement! Once considered the cutting edge of video game technology, Nintendo says it will replace the Wii with a new system in 2012. The video game maker will reveal the new system at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles in early June. Nintendo has sold more than 86,000,000 Wiis since it launched in 2006.
#4 - Lindsay Lohan Community Service
Actress Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to jail and community service Friday for violating her probation when she was charged with stealing a necklace in January. Lohan will work at the downtown Women's Center on Skid Row in Los Angeles, then later at the L.A. County Morgue. She has 480 hours of community service to complete. Lohan still faces a trial for the alleged necklace theft. Her lawyers are fighting the jail portion of her sentence.
#3 - Hide Your Kids, Hide Your Weed
Antoine Dodson, YouTube star, was picked up in Alabama for misdemeanor marijuana possession. The 24-year-old was also charged with speeding. Dodson wrote on Twitter, "Let me be the first to tell it! So just got out of jail off a weak charge." He faces up to a year in jail on the charges.
#2 - Tattoo Arrest
Gang member Anthony Garcia is not the brightest bulb. He tattooed evidence of a murder right on his chest. That led investigators right to him. A homicide investigator in Los Angeles recognized that Garcia's tattoo resembled the scene of a liquor store murder from 2004. An undercover cop got Garcia to confess. He now faces 65 years to life in prison when he's sentenced next month.
#1 - Gabrielle Giffords
The Congresswoman injured in the Tucson shooting is making remarkable progress and will attend this Friday's space shuttle launch. Her husband, Mark Kelly, is commanding that mission. Giffords can now stand on her own and is walking with some help. Her husband spoke with Katie Couric. "I've met with her doctors, her neurosurgeon, and they've given us permission to take her down to the launch." President Obama and his family will also attend the launch with Representative Giffords.