Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Spring Begins as Midwest and Northeast Dig Out
Even though spring starts this morning at 7:02 EDT, most of the Midwest and northeast is still digging out of a foot to a foot and a half of snow, and the cold weather could last into April. For parts of the Midwest, this will be the coldest first day of spring since 1965.
2. Suspected Hacking Investigated in South Korea
Police in South Korea are investigating reported computer network outages of several broadcasters and banks. Early reports indicate that some suspect the outages could be part of a hacking attack on the country.
3. Ammunition Delivered to Florida Shooter
Authorities announced at a press conference at the University of Central Florida that two packages addressed to the would-be UCF shooter were found in a dorm mailroom on Tuesday. Inside, police found two 22-round magazines, a sling for the weapon and a DVD on how to shoot properly.
4. 19 Miners Rescued in Poland
Nineteen copper miners in Poland were rescued after being trapped underground for seven hours following a small earthquake. Only one suffered minor head cuts.
5. CVS Reportedly Requiring Employee Weight, BMI
A new policy at CVS pharmacies reportedly requires workers to disclose information such as weight, body fat and glucose levels. According to "The Boston Herald," workers have until May to disclose the information or else they will have to pay more for medical coverage and pay a $600 fine.