News@Noon: Super Tuesday 3; the prosecutor and the prostitute

The Detroit News

Today is Tuesday, March 15, 2016, and it's an important day in the Flint water crisis saga as several key players, including the former emergency manager and mayor, are testifying before Congress. That has inspired our question of the day: Does Gov. Rick Snyder need to resign over the scandal? Tell us in the comments section or tweet us @detroitnews.

Here's what else is going on today:

Super Tuesday the three-quel 

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., gives a thumbs up to supporters as he boards his campaign bus during a stop at the Maple Street Biscuit Co. in Jacksonville, Fla., Monday, March 14, 2016.

A brush with terror, twice

  • Patrick Anderson knows what it’s like to experience an act of terrorism. On Sept. 11, 2001, the East Lansing economist escaped from the Marriott Hotel in World Trade Center Tower 3 when the first plane struck. On Sunday, Anderson found himself in another brush with terrorism.

Kalamazoo shooter admission

  • Jason Dalton, the Uber driver charged with killing six people in a series of shootings near Kalamazoo, told investigators he was being controlled by the ride-hailing app through his cellphone. The admission gives police a better grasp on what motivated him to shoot at people he didn't know outside an apartment complex, a restaurant and at a car lot over a five-hour period.

'Racially intolerant language'

Prostitution and the prosecutor

Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III

  • Longtime Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings was arrested early Monday and charged with 15 criminal counts, including engaging with prostitutes, pandering and willful neglect of duty. Dunnings allegedly paid to have sex with prostitutes hundreds of times between 2010 and 2015. He is also accused of convincing one woman to become a prostitute, prompting a charge of pandering, a felony which can result in up to 20 years in prison.

Happening in sports 

Daniel Norris

Autos attention

The lighter side

In this undated photo made available by Blue Water Recoveries company on March 15, 2016, divers excavate the wreck site of the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama's ship, Esmeralda which sank in a storm in May 1503 off the coast of Al Hallaniyah island in Oman's Dhofar region.

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