1. A beached dolphin named Edna who is in critical care at the Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium is showing signs of improvement, according to Mote staff.
Staff says the Edna is swimming on her own, eating fish tossed into the pool instead of being hand-fed and interacting well with toys, or as Mote calls them "environmental enrichment devices."
2. The City Commission will receive an update to the ongoing computer spying investigation by Sylint at Monday's commission meeting. Specifically, Sylint will update the commission on its examination of city employee Sandra Coleman's personal laptop, which was found to have contain e-mails exempt from being able to be searched for public records, containing sensitive information. Coleman is not a suspect in the investigation, Sylint has said, they are inspecting the files to find more information for their investigation.
3. Fresh off his amazing walk across Niagara Falls and announcing he will walk across the Grand Canyon, Sarasota's Nik Wallenda will appear live on Good Morning America on ABC this morning, Wallenda announced via Twitter.
4. Supervisor of Elections Kathy Dent and staff will host a town hall meeting Tuesday night from 5:30-7 p.m. at Selby Library on voting precinct and polling location changes that will be effective beginning with the 2012 primary and general elections.
5. The Board of Education will hear a presentation Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the results of the Sarasota High School Construction Charrette. The board will not vote on the proposal during Tuesday's work session as plans will have to be finalized along with a guaranteed maximum price, which must be below $26.5 million, The Herald-Tribune reports.