What we're reading today: truck sales expected to boom, Newtown discusses future of Sandy Hook, app shows the affects of drinking, Golden Globe winners
Here's some of the article's we're reading today:
- Analysts believe truck sales will increase in 2013 due to a recovering housing market. GM, Ford and Chrysler have been rolling out new models of the pickup trucks at the Detroit Auto Show to attract buyers.
- The Newtown, Conn., community is debating the future of Sandy Hook Elementary, where 26 people, mostly children, were killed by a gunman Dec. 14. Some say the school should reopen, while others say they do not want to send their children back to the school.
- The Scottish government has launched a “Drop a Glass Size” campaign, and now a smart phone app is available to help hammer home its message. The drinking mirror Android app shows how alcohol can affect someone over time by making one appear heavier, with deep wrinkles and red cheeks.
- Here’s a wrap-up of the Golden Globes. See if your favorite film or TV series brought home any hardware.